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    Nanosecond electric pulses differentially affect inward and outward currents in patch clamped adrenal chromaffin cells 

    Yang, Lisha; Craviso, Gale L.; Vernier, P. Thomas; Chatterjee, Indira; Leblanc, Normand (2017)
    This study examined the effect of 5 ns electric pulses on macroscopic ionic currents in whole-cell voltage-clamped adrenal chromaffin cells. Current-voltage (I-V) relationships first established that the early peak inward ...
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    On-Chip Sensing of Thermoelectric Thin Film’s Merit 

    Xiao, Zhigang; Zhu, Xiaoshan (7/16/2015)
    Thermoelectric thin films have been widely explored for thermal-to-electrical energy conversion or solid-state cooling, because they can remove heat from integrated circuit (IC) chips or micro-electromechanical systems ...
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    Power Spectra of Ionospheric Scintillations 

    Jandieri, George; Ishimaru, Akira; Rawat, Banmali; Kharshiladze, Oleg; Diasamidze, Zhuzhuna (2017)
    Second order statistical moments of the phase fluctuations are obtained taking into account the boundary condition, diffraction effects and polarization coefficients of the ordinary and extraordinary waves. The variance ...
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    Statistical Moments and Scintillation Level of Scattered Electromagnetic Waves in the Magnetized plasma 

    Jandieri, George; Ishimaru, Akira; Rawat, Banmali; Gavrilenko, Vladimir; Kharshiladze, Oleg (2018)
    Statistical characteristics of scattered ordinary and extraordinary electromagnetic waves in the magnetized plasma are considered using the smooth perturbation method. Diffraction effects and polarization coefficients are ...
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    Test bed for applications of heterogeneous unmanned vehicles 

    Munoz Palacios, Filiberto; Espinoza Quesada, Eduardo Steed; Sanahuja, Guillaume; Salazar, Sergio; Garcia Salazar, Octavio; Garcia Carrillo, Luis Rodolfo (2017)
    This article addresses the development and implementation of a test bed for applications of heterogeneous unmanned vehicle systems. The test bed consists of unmanned aerial vehicles (Parrot AR. Drones versions 1 or 2, ...
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    Using a hybrid neuron in physiologically inspired models of the basal ganglia 

    Thibeault, Corey Michael; Srinivasa, Narayan (2013)
    Our current understanding of the basal ganglia has facilitated the creation of computational models that have contributed novel theories, explored new functional anatomy and demonstrated results complementing physiological ...