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Magnetoresistance studies of two-dimensional Fe 3 GeTe 2 nano-flake.

"The magneto-transport properties of two-dimensional Fe 3 GeTe 2 nano-flakes are thoroughly investigated with the change of the temperature and direction of applied magnetic field. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35675805


Dynamical Effects of S N 2 Reactivity Suppression by Microsolvation: Dynamics Simulations of the F - (H 2 O) + CH 3 I Reaction on a 21-Dimensional Potential Energy Surface.

"A comparison of atomistic dynamics between microsolvated and unsolvated reactions can reveal the precise role of solvent molecules and provide valuable insight into how solvation influences chemical reactions. " The monosolvated F - + CH 3 I reaction relative to the unsolved F - + CH 3 I reaction as a result of collision energy first rises and then falls gradually, resulting in an inverted-V shape, owing to the combined dynamical consequences of interaction time, steric hindrance, and collision-induced dehydration. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35674277


Predicting the Raman spectra of ferroelectric phases in two-dimensional Ga 2 O 3 monolayer.

Two major Raman peaks in both FE-WZ and FE-ZB Ga 2 O 3 monolayers are estimated for the polarization of scattered light, parallel and perpendicular to that of the incident light, as measured by Raman tensor and angle-dependent Raman intensities. " The minor peaks in FE-WZ and FE-BZ are compared to those of major peaks A11 and A21" in the average non-resonant Raman spectra.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35611966


Glenoid Bone Loss Directly Affects Hill-Sachs Morphology: An Advanced 3-Dimensional Analysis.

"Background" While the glenoid track model gives a reliable forecast for recurrent glenohumeral turmoil, little is known about the humeral head bony architecture in the case of bipolar bone loss. Objectives: In a cohort of patients with anterior instability using 3-dimensional imaging software, we qualitatively and quantitatively investigate the relationship between glenoid bone loss and Hill-Sachs lesions, as well as the correlation between GBL and HSL characteristics. Patients were found with anterior shoulder pains with a minimum 5% GBL and evidence of HSL on computed tomography. The presence of GBL and associated HSL parameters was then determined by analysis of variance, which was then used to determine the relationship between severity of GBL and related HSL parameters. Among groups, there were 32 patients with low-grade GBL, 38 with moderate grade, 17 with high grade, and 13 with extensive, with a total mean GBL of 18. 1%. Patients with 5%-10% GBL had significantly narrower HSLs and deeper HSLs as compared to all other GBL groups, though more GBL was associated with wider and shallower HSLs. Conclusion HSLs had drastically different morphological appearances depending on the severity of GBL, indicating that GBL was specifically related to HSLs' characteristics. Patients with smaller glenoid defects had significantly narrower and deeper HSLs with less humeral head surface area loss, while more GBL was associated with wider and shallower HSLs.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35666123


Scan body system to translate natural head position and virtual mounting into a 3-dimensional virtual patient: A dental technique.

"In the current manuscript, a scan body method is described that helps with the translation of the patient's horizon orientation within the NHP of the patient's computer-aided design software package. " This scan body system facilitates the integration of the 3D virtual patient into the 3D virtual patient and minimizes chair and laboratory time. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35672165


Robust Formation of Optimal Single Spheroids towards Cost-Effective In-Vitro 3-Dimensional Tumor Models

"Spheroids, a multilayered structure that mimics in vivo tumor formation, replication, metabolism, differentiation, and many anti-tumor drugs, are among the many in vivo outcomes that can be more accurate of in vivo results. In a 96-round bottom well plate, the protocol herein describes a fast and high-throughput process for the generation of single spheroids from various cancer cell lines, including brain tumor cells, prostate cancer cells, and breast cancer cells. Proliferating cells were tracked in the rim by using confocal microscopy and the IncuCyte live imaging system, but dead cells were discovered inside the spheroid's central region. H&E staining of spheroid sections was used to determine the cell packaging's tightness, and Western blotting studies revealed that these spheroid sections had adopted a stem cell-like phenotype.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR501616


Do low-cost 3-dimensional printers produce suitable dental models?

"Introduction" is a product of the United Kingdom The cost-benefit ratio should be determined when selecting a 3-dimensional printer for dental models. DLP printer Moonray, DLP printer Anycubic, DLP printer Moonray, DLP printer Anycubic, DLP printer Moonray, Filament printer UpMini 2, and Polyjet printer Objet Eden500V were all printed for this purpose. Results The results indicated that all printers produced similar results, except Moonray with Anycubic resin lost accuracy, and Anycubic showed inconsistent vertical dimensions. Conclusions Polyjet printing was deemed the fastest method, but it came at a higher price. FFF printing had the lowest printing and input costs, but it was more labor intensive. Both DLP printers had a balance, and they were considered the best value-benefit ratio for small independent dental offices with a low balance.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35636876


Definition and quantification of 3-dimensional imaging targets to phenotype pre-eclampsia subtypes: an exploratory study

"Objective: Pre-eclampsia is a significant placenta-related complication of pregnancy and aetiological expertise, with limited early diagnostic and therapeutic options available. " Phenotyping of native placental three-dimensional morphology provides a new way to improve our knowledge of the pathologic and skeletal abnormalities that underlie this clinical disorder. This project's goal was to create a 3D placental imaging kit using multiphoton microscopy and establish quantifiable imaging goals for phenotyping 3D features of pre-eclampsia. Formalin fixed placental biopsies from: term control, pre-eclampsia, pre-term birth, the second trimester placenta, and intra-uterine growth restriction cases without pre-eclampsia have been found in cases without pre-eclampsia. Methods: Using MPM, placental slabs were simulated. Results: Pre-eclamptic placentas had disorganized trophoblast assembly, reduced vascular fraction, and altered vessel diameters, in comparison to control placentas. Conclusion: Our preliminary findings show that the use of the newly developed quantification scheme for phenotyping pre-eclampsia may have the ability to aid future disease stratification. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/PPR/PPR499630

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