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Circulatory Cells as Carriers for Photo-Activated Bioregulators

Circulatory cells as carriers for photo-activated small molecule bioregulator releasing compounds and systems.

Portable Breath Sampler for Diagnostic Testing

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a portable, human exhaled breath sample collector for use in breath tests.

Metal-Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition Growth Technique for III-Nitride Tunnel Junction Devices

A growth technique for III-nitride tunnel junction devices using metal-organic chemical vapor deposition.

Small Molecule Treatment for Androgen Inhibitor-Resistant Cancers

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed small molecule inhibitors of androgen receptor variants for the treatment of androgen inhibitor-resistant cancers.

Deep Brain Stimulation for the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Anxiety Disorders, and Disorders with Psychotic Features

UCLA researchers have developed a novel therapeutic strategy to alleviate post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms via deep brain stimulation.

Non-Invasive Bladder Volume Sensing Device

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed an apparatus and methods for non-invasive bladder volume sensing, to determine when a patient’s bladder is full.

Endoscopic, Laparoscopic, Robotic And Minimally Invasive Force Sensor And Monitoring System

Minimally invasive ureteroscopy is a common procedure in adults, with over 10,000 procedures conducted annually in California alone. The ureteral access sheath (“UAS”), a highly effective device used to facilitate minimally invasive ureteroscopy, can injure the patient when excessive force is used during its placement. Inventors at UCI have developed a minimally invasive force sensor and monitoring system that measures force during UAS placement and can preclude injury by alerting the physician when the threshold for injury is being approached. It thus can be used for medical personnel safety training, quality control and standardization of minimally invasive ureteroscopy, as well as being applied to the passage of other catheters into natural orifices or channels./

Breast Milk as a Source, Incubation/Storage Medium, and Delivery System for Infant Mucosal Immunity Bacteriophage

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a method to harvest and enrich symbiotic bacteriophage to promote bacterial immunity.