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*  Alginic acid
"Nanofibrous gelatin scaffolds integrated with NGF-loaded alginate microspheres for brain tissue engineering". J. Tissue Eng. ...
*  Expandable microsphere
The expanded microspheres are white, can be 15 to 90 micrometers in average diameter and can have a density of 15 to 70 kg/m³. ... The expandable microsphere is a material that can act as a blowing agent when mixed in a product and subsequently heated to ... The expandable microspheres are off-white, can be 6 to 40 micrometers in average diameter and have a density of 900 to 1400 kg/ ... The expanded microsphere is a material that has been heated to cause expansion. The product acts as a light weight filler in ...
*  Glass microsphere
Dispensing of microspheres can be a difficult task. When utilizing microspheres as a filler for standard mixing and dispensing ... Customized dispensers for microsphere-filled materials may reduce the microsphere breakage rate to a minimal amount. A ... are commonly added to the surface of hollow glass microspheres to increase the matrix/microspheres interfacial strength (the ... Glass microspheres are also produced as waste product in coal-fired power stations. In this case the product would be generally ...
*  Microsphere (disambiguation)
... luminiscent microspheres, and Optical microsphere. Microsphere may also refer to: Microsphere (software company), a 1980s ... Specific types include Glass microsphere, Polyethylene microspheres, Expandable microsphere, microbeads, microbead (research), ... Microsphere are small spherical microparticles, with diameters typically ranging from 1 μm to 1000 μm (1 mm). ...
*  Optical microsphere
Optical microspheres (photonic atoms) are one of the types of optical microresonators (also microcavities) employed commonly in ...
*  Microsphere (software company)
Microsphere was a small British software company formed in Muswell Hill, north London in 1982 by husband and wife team David ...
*  Perfusion
"Fluorescent Microspheres" (PDF). Fluorescent Microsphere Resource Center. Huettel, S. A.; Song, A. W.; McCarthy, G. (2009), ... Microspheres that are labeled with radioactive isotopes have been widely used since the 1960s. Radioactively labeled particles ... In the 1990s, methods for using fluorescent microspheres became a common substitute for radioactive particles. Perfusion of ... Studies of the Circulation with Radioactive Microspheres., Wagner et al, Invest. Radiol., 1969. 4(6): p. 374-386. " ...
*  Perfusion scanning
Microspheres CT MRI Nuclear medicine or NM Using radioactive microspheres is an older method of measuring perfusion than the ... "Fluorescent Microspheres" (PDF). Fluorescent Microsphere Resource Center. L. Axel. Cerebral blood flow determination by rapid- ... Later, techniques were developed to substitute radioactively labeled microspheres for fluorescent microspheres. The method by ... This process involves labeling microspheres with radioactive isotopes and injecting these into the test subject. Perfusion ...
*  Cenosphere
glass microspheres. Cenospheres are hard and rigid, light, waterproof, innoxious[citation needed], and insulative. This makes ... Syntactic foam Cores of sandwich structure Glass microsphere Microbead (research) H. S. Kim and M. Islam, "Syntactic foams as ... The refractory cenosphere as defined above is synonymous with microballoons or glass microspheres and excludes the traditional ... building materials consisting of inorganic hollow microspheres and starch binder", Chapter 1 in "Building Materials: Properties ...
*  Proteinoid
Fox called these "microspheres". His protobionts were not cells, although they formed clumps and chains reminiscent of bacteria ... Proteinoid microspheres and methods for preparation and use thereof. Patent US 5601846 A (1997) Woodward, Robert J., Photo ... Proteinoid microspheres are today being considered for use in pharmaceuticals, providing microscopic biodegradable capsules in ... When present in certain concentrations in aqueous solutions, proteinoids form small microspheres. This is because some of the ...
*  Sidney W. Fox
Microspheres are made from the addition of water or salt solution to the appropriate proteinoids. To prepare microspheres, Fox ... The microspheres were able to asexually divide via binary fission, could form junctions with other microspheres, and developed ... Microspheres have multiple properties that are similar to those of cells. The microspheres produced were mostly uniformly ... Fox says that the assembly of microspheres takes about twenty minutes and is more immediate and produces better microspheres if ...
*  Nanosensors (company)
ISBN 978-1-4244-8031-9. Bolopion, A.; Hui Xie; Haliyo, D. S.; Regnier, S. (2010). "3D haptic handling of microspheres". 2010 ...
*  Sirtex
Hollow Microspheres - Sirtex has exclusive worldwide rights to hollow, biodegradable microsphere technology developed by the ... SIR-Spheres microspheres are regulated as a Medical Device. The product was approved for sale in the US in March 2002. The US ... "SIR-Spheres® microspheres as Effective and Safe in the Elderly as they are in Younger Patients with Colorectal Liver Metastases ... The radioactive microspheres have a half-life of about 64 hours. They are administered by a trained interventional radiologist ...
*  Microbead (research)
"Microspheres for biomedical applications: preparation of reactive and labelled microspheres", Biomaterials, 14(1):5-15. Fonnum ... Microspheres that appear to be invisible in the daylight can be illuminated to display a bright fluorescent response under UV ... Black polyethylene microspheres can have magnetic or conductive functionality, and have uses in electronic devices, EMI ... Microspheres Kemshead, JT, Ugelstad, J (1985). "Magnetic separation techniques:their application to medicine", Mol Cell Biochem ...
*  Microbead
Cenosphere Expandable microsphere Glass microsphere Microplastics Glitter Plastic particle water pollution Arthur et al. (eds ... Colored microspheres add visual appeal to cosmetic products. Microbeads are washed down the drain, can pass unfiltered through ... Solid Polyethylene Microspheres for effects in color cosmetics Archived 2012-03-04 at the Wayback Machine. Cosmetics and ... "Opaque Polyethylene Microspheres for Coatings Applications". Kieler, Ashlee (2015-12-29). "Say Goodbye To Microbeads: President ...
*  Nanopsis
"The Microsphere People , Manchester , LIG Nanowise". The Microsphere People , Manchester , LIG Nanowise. Retrieved 2017-07-23 ... Super Resolution Microsphere Amplifying Lens) The microscope is the first commercial system to use microspheres with no need ... "Nanopsis , The World's First Microsphere Nanoscope". Nanopsis. Retrieved 2017-07-23. Nanowise, LIG. "NANOPSIS Launch - 29 June ... "Label-free super-resolution imaging of adenoviruses by submerged microsphere optical nanoscopy". Light: Science & Applications ...
*  Microparticle
Glass microspheres, polymer microspheres and ceramic microspheres are commercially available. Solid and hollow microspheres ... Expandable microspheres are polymer microspheres that are used as a blowing agent in e.g. puff ink, automotive underbody ... Hollow microspheres are typically used as additives to lower the density of a material. Solid microspheres have numerous ... Ceramic microspheres are used primarily as grinding media. Hollow microspheres loaded with drug in their outer polymer shell ...
*  Stephen Arnold (scientist)
Stephen Arnold (2001). "Microspheres, Photonic Atoms and the Physics of Nothing". American Scientist. 89: 414-421. doi:10.1511/ ... S. Arnold; M. Khoshsima; I. Teraoka; S. Holler; F. Vollmer (2003). "Shift of whispering gallery modes in microspheres by ... CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Arnold Stephen (2001). "Microspheres, Photonic Atoms and the Physics of Nothing ... of Photons Orbiting within a Microsphere). He was a vising scholar at Harvard University from January until June 2013. Arnold ...
*  Selective internal radiation therapy
The microspheres themselves are made of glass or resin. Inside the microspheres is the isotope yttrium-90, which has beta- ... the 90Y microspheres are infused. The radiation dose absorbed is dependent on microsphere distribution within the tumor ... In the 1980s, the safety and feasibility of Y-90 microsphere therapy for liver cancer were validated in a canine model. ... Glass microspheres are FDA approved under a humanitarian device exemption for hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC). Resin ...
*  United Minerals Group
Microspheres are the most fast-moving ASM product. In 2014, a modern factory for microsphere production and processing was ... In this area UMG specializes in the processing, production and sale of microspheres, dry ash, an ash and slag mix, granulated ... Apart from Ukraine, ASM, including microspheres, are delivered to Belarus, the Netherlands, the USA, Argentina, Germany, ...
*  Polycaprolactone
Sinha VR, Bansal K, Kaushik R, Kumria R, Trehan A (June 2004). "Poly-epsilon-caprolactone microspheres and nanospheres: an ... "Development of Novel Biodegradable Polymeric Nanoparticles-in-Microsphere Formulation for Local Plasmid DNA Delivery in the ...
*  Physics of magnetic resonance imaging
Widder DJ; Greif WL; Widder KJ; Edelman RR; Brady TJ (1987). "Magnetite albumin microspheres: A new MR contrast material". ...
*  Droplet-based microfluidics
Some examples of possible syntheses are the creation of semiconductor microspheres and nanoparticles. Chemical detection is ... "Fabrication of conducting polyaniline microspheres using droplet microfluidics". RSC Advances. 3 (46). doi:10.1039/C3RA44808H. ...
*  Uterine artery embolization
Misembolization from microspheres or polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) particles flowing or drifting into organs or tissues where they ... "Fatal Sepss after Uterine Artery Embolization with Microspheres". Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology. 14 (6): 779 ...
*  Brachytherapy
Microspheres and electronic brachytherapy comprised the remaining 30%. One analysis predicts that the brachytherapy market may ... Microspheres and electronic brachytherapy commanded the remaining 30%. CSIntell. "Brachytherapy Market Recovery to Reach US$ ... mainly driven by the microspheres market as well as electronic brachytherapy, which is gaining significant interest worldwide ... reach over US$2.4 billion in 2030, growing by 8% annually, mainly driven by the microspheres market as well as electronic ...