Fischell Department of Bioengineering Research Works

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  • Parsed synthesis of pyocyanin via co-culture enables context-dependent intercellular redox communication 

    Chun, Kayla; Stephens, Kristina; Wang, Sally; Tsao, Chen-Yu; Payne, Gregory F.; Bentley, William E. (Springer Nature, 2021-11-24)
    Microbial co-cultures and consortia are of interest in cell-based molecular production and even as “smart” therapeutics in that one can take advantage of division of labor and specialization to expand both the range of ...
  • Decrease of resistance to air flow with nasal strips as measured with the airflow perturbation device 

    Wong, Lily S; Johnson, Arthur T (Springer Nature, 2004-10-22)
    Nasal strips are used by athletes, people who snore, and asthmatics to ease the burden of breathing. Although there are some published studies that demonstrate higher flow with nasal strips, none had directly measured the ...
  • Maximum static inspiratory and expiratory pressures with different lung volumes 

    Lausted, Christopher G; Johnson, Arthur T; Scott, William H; Johnson, Monique M; Coyne, Karen M; Coursey, Derya C (Springer Nature, 2006-05-05)
    Maximum pressures developed by the respiratory muscles can indicate the health of the respiratory system, help to determine maximum respiratory flow rates, and contribute to respiratory power development. Past measurements ...
  • A finite element model for protein transport in vivo 

    Sadegh Zadeh, Kouroush; Elman, Howard C; Montas, Hubert J; Shirmohammadi, Adel (Springer Nature, 2007-06-28)
    Biological mass transport processes determine the behavior and function of cells, regulate interactions between synthetic agents and recipient targets, and are key elements in the design and use of biosensors. Accurately ...
  • Synthetic biology: enormous possibility, exaggerated perils 

    Russ, Zachary N (Springer Nature, 2008-04-25)
    The following essay was written by a freshman undergraduate student majoring in Bioengineering at the University of Maryland, Mr. Zachary Russ. Mr. Russ was one of 94 students who submitted a 1000 to 1200 word essay to the ...

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