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Theta Defensin Inhibits Inflammation

The invention provides compositions and methods in which a theta-defensin is used to suppress expression of genes encoding two or more pro-inflammatory moderators. Such pro-inflammatory moderators can include cytokines and/or chemokines. This gene suppression results in a reduction or elimination of inflammation.

Highly Stretchable Electronic Tactile Sensors

A stretchable electronic tactile sensor that can be stretched over 50% in at least two axial directions.

Mesenchymal Stem Cell Derived Exosomes for Treating Peripheral Artery Disease

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a method to isolate exosomes from mesenchymal stem cells that contain signaling molecules that induce angiogenesis. The isolated exosomes can be used for treating peripheral arterial disease.

Synthesis Technique to Achieve High-Anisotropy FeNi

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed an innovative synthesis approach to achieve high anisotropy L1 FeNi by combining physical vapor deposition and a high speed rapid thermal annealing (RTA).

Production of Glycolipid PEFAs from Yeasts

Method of using basidiomycetous yeasts to convert carbohydrates to glycolipid biosurfactants 

Computer Model for Preoperative Planning and Surgical Design for Reconstructive Surgery

Historically, in a time-honored tradition, surgical procedures are learned by watching and doing in an operating room under the supervision of a board certified surgeon. While these methods are well-established and a core part of training, there is certainly an opportunity to provide new modalities and tools to enhance the teaching and learning for surgical residents in training.

Modular and Flexible Thermal Energy Storage System

UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering have developed a novel modular and flexible thermal energy storage system that anticipates lower costs and higher performance than current state of the art thermal energy storage systems.

Non-Anthropomorphic Bi-Ped Robot With Speed And Stability (Nabiross)

UCLA researchers in the Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering have developed a low cost, low complexity bi-pedal robot that does not require sensor feedback.