, including the sun's corona, that exist only in a vacuum and reach temperatures of thousands to millions of degrees, the newly demonstrated bactericidal plasma
forms in room-temperature gas.
These effects also result in modifications of some other metabolite concentrations in urine (ALA-U), blood, (ALA-B) and plasma
(ALA-P), coproporphyrin in urine (CP).
can be created from adding most any gas," says Tasch, who explains its job is to absorb the microwaves and prevent their reflection back to the magnetron.
systems, and surface preparation: the applications are endless and the options vast.
Pioneer released the world's first high-definition plasma
TVs equipped with XGA screens at the end of 1997.
Hitachi's proprietary ALiS (Alternate Lighting of Surfaces) technology enables a high display resolution of 1024 x 1024 to create stunning images and combines with Hitachi's industry-leading PC graphics processor to provide significantly smoother, sharper images than conventional plasma
Rousseau, University of Paris-Sud; "Optical diagnostics of plasma
cell granuloma is a non-neoplastic proliferation of polyclonal plasma
cells within a fibrous stroma.
At NIST, a plasma
model has recently been developed to predict ion energy distributions.
Linking a therapeutic plasma
protein with albumin may provide a number of product advantages, including the possibility of a longer acting form of the molecule for use in the human body, through extended circulating half life and consistent maintenance of therapeutic levels of the drug.
Advantages of corona over vacuum plasma
are that coronas readily lend themselves to continuous production, whereas vacuum plasma
is primarily a batch process.
General Motors Corp and Westinghouse have teamed up to develop a cleaner, more efficient plasma
melting system at GM's Central Foundry Div.
The introduction of low temperature plasma
technology to medical research and to the healthcare arena in general is set to revolutionise the way we cure diseases.
0 mg/kg) to the plasma
of nursing neonatal rats and an overall longer DA retention in milk than in plasma
after 8 hr in exposed dams.
Suslick of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign report light emissions suggestive of a plasma