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Automated And Unsupervised Method For Electroencephalogram Artifact Minimazation And Rejection

UCLA researchers have developed an automated and unsupervised digital signal processing method to quickly and efficiently minimize and reject artifacts from scalp Electroencephalogram (EEG) and intracranial EEG recordings.

Revolutionizing Micro-Array Technologies: A Microscopy Method and System Incorporating Nanofeatures

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel lensfree incoherent holographic microscope using a plasmonic aperture.

Lensfree Wide-Field Fluorescent Imaging On A Chip Using Compressive Decoding

UCLA researchers have developed a compressive sampling algorithm for on-chip fluorescent imaging over an ultra-large field-of-view without the need for any lenses or mechanical scanning.

Holographic Opto-Fluidic Microscopy

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a system for holographic opto-fluidic microscopy.

Lensfree Super-Resolution Holographic Microscopy Using Wetting Films On A Chip

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel lensfree super-resolution holographic microscope using wetting films on a chip.

Quantum Dot Enabled Detection Of Escherichia Coli Using A Cell-Phone

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a platform that can detect E. coli using a cell phone.

Diagnostic Gene Signature For Cancer Vascular Mimicry in Solid Tumors

One of the characteristic trademarks of tumorigenesis is the need for an extensive vascular system to supply blood for the tumor to grow and disseminate from the original node to distant sites via the process of metastasis. This involves the growth of new vessels from existing vessels, as well as the migration of tumor cells through the extracellular matrix (ECM) and into the lymphatic or vascular systems. However, some very aggressive solid tumors can form vascular channels by themselves, which is termed vascular mimicry (VM). Moreover, only certain cells in these tumors have the ability to produce blood-transporting channels, contributing to metastasis. There is growing evidence that supports the idea that VM can be a prognostic factor for poor clinical outcomes in various types of cancer. Currently, VM is identified by a pathologist’s evaluation of histological slides, wherein vascular-like structures that do not stain positive for endothelial cells are identified as VM. Thus far, conserved molecular biomarkers that define this phenotype have remained unknown.

A Personalized Food Allergen Testing Platform On A Cellphone

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a personalized food allergen testing platform, running on a cellphone that images and automatically analyzes colorimetric assays performed in test tubes toward sensitive and specific detection of allergens in food samples.