Subject Areas on Research
- 20th Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms (PRIMO 20): Global issues and fundamental mechanisms caused by pollutant stress in marine and freshwater organisms.
- A backbone lever-arm effect enhances polymer mechanochemistry.
- Applications and societal benefits of plastics.
- Bacterial colonization of intravenous catheter materials in vitro and in vivo.
- Biliary self-expandable metal stents do not adversely affect pancreaticoduodenectomy.
- Binding of hexabrachion (tenascin) to the extracellular matrix and substratum and its effect on cell adhesion.
- Can procedure time for paracentesis be optimized based on bottle selection?
- Chemoreception drives plastic consumption in a hard coral.
- Commissioning an Exradin W2 plastic scintillation detector for clinical use in small radiation fields.
- Controlled clinical comparison of plastic and glass bottles of BacT/ALERT FA medium for culturing organisms from blood of adult patients.
- Controlled clinical comparison of plastic versus glass bottles of BacT/ALERT PF medium for culturing blood from children.
- Covalent immobilization of stem cell factor and stromal derived factor 1α for in vitro culture of hematopoietic progenitor cells.
- Design of a plastic minicolpostat applicator with shields.
- Effects of Toxic Leachate from Commercial Plastics on Larval Survival and Settlement of the Barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite.
- Endothelial cells adhere to the RGD domain and the fibrinogen-like terminal knob of tenascin.
- Environmental aspects of fibrous glass production and utilization.
- Evaluation of Op-Site as a total parenteral nutrition dressing.
- From bottle to microplastics: Can we estimate how our plastic products are breaking down?
- Functional insufficiency of the system responsible for reactive oxygen species generation by blood neutrophils.
- Heat loss prevention in the delivery room for preterm infants: a national survey of newborn intensive care units.
- Hydrogel implants for refractive keratoplasty: corneal morphology.
- Influence of storage vial material on measurement of organophosphate flame retardant metabolites in urine.
- Management of occluded metal stents in malignant biliary obstruction: similar outcomes with second metal stents compared to plastic stents.
- Microplastics in Small Waterbodies and Tadpoles from Yangtze River Delta, China.
- Microplastics in oysters Saccostrea cucullata along the Pearl River Estuary, China.
- Nanoplastics Decrease the Toxicity of a Complex PAH Mixture but Impair Mitochondrial Energy Production in Developing Zebrafish.
- PENETRATING INJURY FROM PLASTIC AIRSOFT PELLET SHOWS BEAM-HARDENING ARTIFACT ON COMPUTER TOMOGRAPHY.
- Plastic pollution solutions: emerging technologies to prevent and collectmarineplastic pollution.
- Plastic-based acoustofluidic devices for high-throughput, biocompatible platelet separation.
- Post-fabrication QAC-functionalized thermoplastic polyurethane for contact-killing catheter applications.
- Quantifying Mechanical Abrasion of MWCNT Nanocomposites Used in 3D Printing: Influence of CNT Content on Abrasion Products and Rate of Microplastic Production.
- Recyclable plastics as substrata for settlement and growth of bryozoans Bugula neritina and barnacles Amphibalanus amphitrite.
- Review of contaminant levels and effects in shorebirds: Knowledge gaps and conservation priorities.
- Straw lung.
- The Anthropocene is functionally and stratigraphically distinct from the Holocene.
- The synthesis and coating of long, thin copper nanowires to make flexible, transparent conducting films on plastic substrates.
- Toxic effects of pristine and aged polystyrene microplastics on selective and continuous larval culture of acorn barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite.
- Validation of performance of plastic versus glass bottles for culturing anaerobes from blood in BacT/ALERT SN medium.
Keywords of People
- Dement, John McCray, Professor Emeritus in Family Medicine and Community Health, Family Medicine & Community Health,Occupational & Environmental Medicine
- Erickson, Harold Paul, James B. Duke Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Cell Biology