This invention enables the production of improved magnesium alloys, which are particularly interesting as lightweight materials in the automotive, aerospace and medical technology industries.
This new type of knee orthosis prevents the orthosis from shifting between the upper and lower leg segments during wearing due to axial incrugation, as is often the case with common knee orthoses. In addition, it minimizes both the constraining forces and the strain on the soft tissue.
The method uses electromagnetic radiation to determine oxygen saturation in the blood more accurately than conventional methods.
Unlike conventional drug-coated stents, which are used to maintain or restore the size of vessels in the human body, this novel microstructured polymer stent prevents late effects of stents such as increased risk of bleeding, acute intoxication or the formation of tumors.
This invention enables fast, precise and highly dynamic dosing of the smallest quantities of liquid, as required, for example, in medical technology.
This invention offers the highly precise acquisition of several bioelectric and biooptic brain and body signals simultaneously and is used in research and clinical processes as well as in automotive safety electronics or virtual reality applications.
This bioadhesive can be used in medicine to treat bone fractures or in wound treatment.
This invention enables the production of an oncolytic virus variante, enabling a novel specific treatment of malignant cancer.
The innovative micropump enables precise dosing and exact control of the smallest quantities of liquid in the nanoliter range, as is often required in applications in medicine, biochemistry or chemistry.
This Innovation enables the easy marking and separating of different Proteins in a single sample.
This Invention enables the Synthesis of Omphalotin A and modified secundary metabolites for the development of novel antibiotics.
This Invention contains the process of synthesis of secondary metabolites in fungal host organisms for the production of novel antibiotics.
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