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Structural Health Monitoring Fastener

Researchers at Stanford University's Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics have developed a fully integrated, in-situ sensor system for detecting fatigue cracks at fastener thru-hole locations in layered metallic joints. Hole locations are a leading ...
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Diagnosis of CML and other leukemias using beta-catenin biomarker

The tightly regulated balance between cell death and proliferation is essential for tissues to function normally. Loss of the balance between apoptosis and the ability of progenitor and stem cells to self-renew results in cancer. Beta-Catenin is a pivot...
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