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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.

Fluorescent Imaging Of Single Nano-Particles And Viruses On A Smart-Phone

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a novel field portable fluorescence microscope that can be used as a smart phone accessory.

High-Throughput And Label-Free Single Nanoparticle Sizing Based On Time-Resolved On-Chip Microscopy

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a rapid, low-cost, and label-free methodology for nanoparticle sizing.

Pixel Super-Resolution Using Wavelength Scanning

UCLA researchers have developed a novel way to significantly improve the resolution of an undersampled or pixelated image.

Microscopic Color Imaging And Calibration

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a color calibration method for lens-free and mobile-phone microscopy images allowing for high resolution and accurate color reproduction.

Demosaiced Pixel Super-Resolution For Multiplexed Holographic Color Imaging

UCLA researchers have developed a new high-resolution color microscopy technique termed Demosaiced Pixel Super-Resolution (D-PSR), which significantly improves the performance of holographic high-resolution color imaging.

Wide-Field Imaging Of Birefringent Crystals In Synovial Fluid Using Lens-Free Polarized Microscopy For Crystal Arthropathy Diagnosis

UCLA researchers in the Department of Electrical Engineering have developed a new diagnostic tool for arthropathic diseases, such as gout.

A Method For Measuring Cardiac Timing From A Ballistocardiogram

UCLA researchers have developed an algorithm to directly measure the cardiac timing from Ballistocardiogram (BCG) to help cleaning the BCG from the Electroencephalogram (EEG) recording.

Fully Automated Localization Of EEG Electrodes

UCLA researchers have developed an algorithm for precisely locating EEG electrodes with respect to the patient’s brain.

Live Cell Detection by Near-Infrared Fluorogenic Tetrazine Uncaging Oligo Probes

There is significant interest in developing methods that visualize and detect RNA in live cells. Bioorthogonal template driven tetrazine ligations are quickly becoming a powerful route to visualizing nucleic acids in native cells, yet past work has been limited with respect to the diversity of fluorogens and existing tetrazine-reactive fluorogenic probes are quenched by through‐bond energy transfer (TBET) or Fӧrster resonance energy transfer (FRET) between the donor fluorophore and acceptor tetrazine.

Methods For The Identification And Targeting Of Brain Regions And Structures

A UCLA physician has developed a method to identify regions of the brain using Diffusion Tensor Imaging MRI to locate afferent and efferent neural tracts that lead to and from the specific region of interest. This technique will improve the accuracy and safety of brain treatments, such as electrical brain stimulation and ultrasound imaging.

Quantum Dot Incorporated Bacillus Spore As Nanosensor For Viral Detection

Researchers at UCLA and collaborating institutions have developed a simple and high-throughput method for preparing spore-based monodisperse microparticles (SMMs) from Bacillus subtilis. This new method enables them to form nanocomposites of CdTe quantum dot (QD)-loaded SMMs in a greener, more cost-effective manner.

Label Free Assessment Of Embryo Vitality

Researchers at UC Irvine developed an independent non-invasive method to distinguish between healthy and unhealthy embryos.

Novel Radiotracers for Imaging Glucocorticoid Receptor in Treatment-resistant Cancer Patients

UCSF researchers have invented novel radiotracers that allow imaging of glucocorticoid receptor (GR) expression using positron emission tomography (PET) in patients with treatment-resistant solid cancer, including prostate, breast, ovarian and lung cancer.

Transabdominal Fetal Blood Oximetry

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a method and apparatus for clinical-grade transabdominal fetal blood oximetry.

Genetically Encoded Fluorescent Sensors for Probing the Action of G-Protein Coupled Receptors (GPCRs)

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed a genetically encoded fluorescent sensor toolbox for the probing of G-protein coupled receptors.

Stationary X-Ray Source

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed an integrated method of providing a long lived, high output stationary X-ray source.

Phasor camera for efficient spectral imaging

Researchers at the University of California, Davis have developed an imaging system for quickly capturing and analyzing spectral images.

A Method Of Computational Image Analysis For Predicting Tissue Infarction After Acute Ischemic Stroke

UCLA researchers in the Departments of Radiological Sciences and Neurology have designed an algorithm to predict tissue infarctions using pre-therapy magnetic resonance (MR) perfusion-weighted images (pre-PWIs) acquired from patients with acute ischemic stroke. The predictions generated by the algorithm provide information that may assist in physicians’ treatment decisions.

Rapid And Selective Cycloaddition Reaction For Applications In Molecular Imaging

UCLA researchers in the Department of Molecular and Medical Pharmacology, and Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry have designed a new reaction with 18F-chemistry platform, allowing a highly selective, efficient and rapid approach to label biomolecules with a chemical reporter (i.e. radionuclide, fluorescent dye) for molecular imaging.

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