E3S Web of Conferences
The article describes the formation of low-frequency currents in ferromagnetic oscillatory circuits. As a result of parallel and serial connection of multi-loop ferroresonance circuits, the frequencies of harmonics of the second-order amplitude of soft excitation are considered. Each of the schemes in the article is analyzed, and taking into accoun...
Innominate grooves (IGs) in the colon are ubiquitous structures limiting anthemic folds. The histology of the crypts in anthemic folds is well known but the histology of IGs has remained unattended. In this study, IG crypts in the normal mucosa and in ulcerative colitis (UC) were analyzed. IGs displayed a single central-lumen with merging tributary...
Hearing results of endoscopic and microscopic tympanoplasty have been compared using the average pure tone threshold which could conceal subtle differences at a specific frequency. To compare frequency-specific hearing outcomes of endoscopic and microscopic tympanoplasty. The study included 42 patients who underwent endoscopic or microscopic type I...
Risk of urinary incontinence (UI) increases with age and can have detrimental effects on patients and caregivers. UI should not be considered a normal part of aging and warrants a comprehensive evaluation. Treatment of UI in the aging male requires special consideration, particularly when it comes to comorbid conditions and potential side effects o...
Continuous cultures assure the invariability of environmental conditions and the metabolic state of cultured microorganisms, whereas batch-cultured cells undergo constant changes in nutrients availability. For that reason, continuous culture is sometimes employed in the whole transcriptome, whole proteome, or whole metabolome studies. However, the ...
Neuromodulation : journal of the International Neuromodulation Society
Dorsal root ganglion neurostimulation (DRG-S) is effective in treating various refractory chronic pain syndromes. In preclinical studies, DRG-S at very low frequencies (
Human brain mapping
Tactile stimuli can be distinguished based on their temporal features (e.g., duration, local frequency, and number of pulses), which are fundamental for vibrotactile frequency perception. Characterizing how the hemodynamic response changes in shape across experimental conditions is important for designing and interpreting fMRI studies on tactile in...
In this paper, the dielectric properties of a series of glyceryl monoolein/ water liquid crystal systems containing 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45, and 50 wt.-% water are measured between 90 and 140 GHz. An IEEE standard WR-08 waveguide shim is used as a sample holder. The holder is filled with the monoolein/water liquid crystal system during measureme...
Foods (Basel, Switzerland)
The dielectric properties of food materials is used to describe the interaction of foods with electromagnetic energy for food technology and engineering. To quantify the relationship between dielectric properties and influencing factors, regression analysis is used in our study. Many linear or polynomial regression equations are proposed. However, ...
Frontiers in Neuroscience
The blood-brain barrier (BBB) plays an important role in both the physiological state and pharmacological state of the brain. Transiently enhancing the permeability of the BBB may allow the use of more types of medications for neuropsychiatric diseases. Our previous research revealed that electroacupuncture (EA) stimulation at certain parameters ca...