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Methods And Devices for Continuous Analyte Sensing with Microporous Annealed Particle Gels

UCLA researchers in the Department of Bioengineering have developed novel microporous annealed particle gels for long-term continuous monitoring of blood metabolites.

Methods For High-Throughput Screening and Sorting of Hyperproducing Single Cells

UCLA researchers from the Department of Bioengineering have developed a novel approach to screen and sort single cells and colonies while preserving them in viable culture environments. This innovative technology employs a liquid to gel solution that changes phase under mild conditions to compartmentalize biological components.

Pairwise-Learning Framework for Image Quality Assessment

A data-driven, machine-learning approach called the Pairwise-Learning Framework (PLF) that can automatically compute visual error between two images of a given scene in a manner that is consistent with human visual perception.

Fully Human Antibody Fragments Against Human N-Cadherin

UCLA researchers at the Department of Molecular & Medical Pharmacology have developed fully human antibody fragments against human N-cadherin that can potentially be used to evaluate EMT (epithelial-mesenchymal transition) status for diagnostic and prognostic purposes.

Electrochemical Molecular Intercalation for Synthesis of Monolayer Atomic Crystal Molecular Superlattices

UCLA researchers in the Department of Chemistry and Department of Materials Science and Engineering have developed a high-yielding and reproducible synthesis of monolayer atomic crystal molecular superlattices via electrochemical intercalation.

Bioorthogonal Ligation Mediated Rare-Cell Capture in Microfluidic Devices

Researchers at the UCLA Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology have developed a novel NanoVelcro microfluidic chip that is capable of not only effectively enriching circulating tumor cells (CTCs) but also quickly recovering CTCs with well-preserved mRNA and minimal level of white blood cell contamination.

Cross-Linked Fluorescent Supramolecular Nanoparticles as Finite Tattoo Pigments with Controllable Intradermal Retention Times

UCLA researchers in the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology have developed a new type of fluorescent dermal pigment.

Misfit Dislocation Free Quantum Dot Lasers

A way to epitaxially grow quantum dot lasers on Si that are free of misfit dislocation.