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Fractional Bloch's Equations Approach to Magnetic Relaxation

D., Wazwaz A-M. (2012). A review of the Adomian decomposition method and its applications to fractional differential equations., Communications in Fractional Calculus 3 (2), 73-99. Duarte V. (2005) ninteger/ninteger.htm. Duarte V. & Sa da Costa J.(2013). An Introduction to Fractional Control. The Institution of Engineering and Technology. London, United Kingdom. Feldman Y., Puzenko A. & Ryabov Y. (2006). Dielectric Relaxation Phenomena [In:] Coffey W.T & Kalmykov Y.P. (eds.) Complex Materials Fractals, Diffusion

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Biomarkers development for early detection of cancer: Reducing the burden of cancer in the ageing society


The ageing process in the European society will become one of the key driving forces of change over the next decades. The specific demands of older generations constitute a key market of the future, and the pressure to improve and expand health services increases, especially as far as chronic diseases, such as cancer. Availability of cost effective cancer early detection protocols, based on predictive biomarkers, will improve patients management reducing consequently the high costs associated to treating patients when the disease is at an advanced stage.

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Contributions of biotechnology to meeting future food and environmental security needs

production is wasted ( 4 ). Biotechnology can play an important role in addressing many of the issues associated with these challenges. Conventional crop technology, when allied to biotechnology can address these matters. Increased crop productivity, including the use of genetically modified and other forms of biotechnology crops, leads to more affordable food through reduced production costs, less pesticide spraying, decreased soil damage, fuel use and carbon dioxide release through reduced ploughing. Farm income gains through the use of biotechnology crops for 1996

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Artificial intelligence used in genome analysis studies

models can be used to solve artificial intelligence engineering problems in different technological fields (e.g., information technology, biology, genomics, proteomics, and metabolomics). In practical terms, neural networks are non-linear statistical structures organized as modelling tools ( 36 , 37 ). The networks can be used to simulate complex relationships between inputs and outputs. An artificial neural network consists of numerous nodes (neurons) connected to each other. There are two types of neurons: input and elaboration neurons. The weight value indicates the

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Real time human micro-organisms biotyping based on Water-Assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization

for bacteria biotyping ( 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 ). Bacterial typing by MS is based on the fingerprinting of bacteria ribosomal proteins profiles using Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization (MALDI) Mass Spectrometry (MS) through interrogation of a database of reference profiles ( 5 , 6 ). The technology was shown to be highly efficient after several inter-laboratory cross-validation( 7 ) and MALDI MS biotyping has become a conventional method for hospital routine biotyping due to its speed, simple handling, cost-effectiveness and high-throughput capabilities( 8

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Future Biotechnology

Introduction The field of biotechnology is large and could be considered tritely as simply the development of technology that is based on biology. For example, the long history of utilizing the biological processes of microorganisms to produce bread or cheese. Nonetheless, modern biotechnology provides breakthrough products and technologies to fight debilitating and rare diseases, to reduce people’s environmental footprint, to provide solutions for enhancing the world’s food supply; to use less and cleaner sources of energy, and to have safer, cleaner and

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Nanobiotechnology medical applications: Overcoming challenges through innovation

), which focuses on the development of nano-based therapeutics, therapies, and diagnostic techniques that will advance health care. Currently, only a few nanomedicines out of the thousands in research and development (R&D) are FDA approved, but many BNT-based applications are being applied to the laboratory setting, such as diagnostic assays, imaging technologies, biosensors, and in vitro tissue generation ( 9 ). These innovations are enhancing the accuracy and precision of scientific research by lowering the detection limits, enabling high-throughput screening (HTS

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Differences in organic matter quality, chemical and microbiological characteristics of two Phaeozems under natural and anthropic influence

. Vasu A, Neacşu M, Daniliuc D. Ecopedological Characterization of grassland representative units from mountain regions, for establishing requirements for improvement technologies, Lucr St ICPCP Măgurele, Braşov, Vol.IX, Bucharest, 1986. 21. Florea N, Bălăceanu V, Răuță C, Canarache A. (red coord) Methodology for elaboration of pedologic studies Part III Ecopedological Parameters (in Romanian), MA, ASAS, ICPA Bucharest, 1987. 22. Ponomarenko EV, Anderson DW. Importance of charred organic matter in Black Chernozem soils of Saskatchewan”. Can J Soil Sci 2001

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