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Issue 1 (December)

Vol. 1 (2022), BAB

3 articles

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Open Access Journal Article
Detection of 16 kDa Protein from Mycobacterium Tuberculosis Using Interdigitated Electrode
by S.S. Rani  and  Subash C.B. Gopinath
BAB  2022, 1; 1(1), 1; 10.58567/bab01010001 - 26 December 2022
 In the past, researchers investigated the immune response acting against mycobacterial antigens in tuberculosis (TB). Several ELISA tests have been conducted for the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Other researchers manipulated 16 kDa antigen from Mycobacterium Tuberculosis to develop a tuberculosis diagnostic test while some others studied the subspecies of M. [...] Read more
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Polymers containing natural plant phenolic compounds for peripheral nerve injury
by Tong Zheng , Shuoke Qiu , Lei Li , Binglong Li  and  Meng Zhang
BAB  2022, 4; 1(1), 4; 10.58567/bab01010004 - 26 December 2022
Peripheral nerve injury is a serious and disabling disease prevalent in the world. It caused by trauma is often accompanied with soft tissue injuries, fractures, infections, etc., and can cause permanent damage. The treatment methods of peripheral nerve injury mainly include traditional microsurgical repair, neurotrophic drug treatment, as well as cuttingedge nerve conduit trea [...] Read more
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Noninvasive Deep-Tissue Temperature Monitoring Based on Magnetic Mediated Thermoacoustics
by Siyu Liu
BAB  2022, 5; 1(1), 5; 10.58567/bab01010005 - 26 December 2022
Noninvasive acquisition of deep tissue temperature has important applications in home health monitoring, hyperthermia safety control, and other domains. In this work, we present here a novel magnetically mediated thermoacoustic temperature measurement method. Utilizing coil to stimulate amplitude modulated magnetic field and ultrasound transducer to receive the generated thermo [...] Read more
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