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MIT develops camera for the blind

...rough the SLO, and for the first time she saw his face. But although the slo held promise for the broader blind public, it had serious drawbacks includ...vice is relatively inexpensive in part because it replaces the laser of the slo with light-emitting diodes (LEDs), another source of high-intensity light t...

AIDS Action Applauds Introduction of a New Bill Allowing Federal Funds to Support Syringe Exchange Programs

...ct Los Angeles Los Angeles, CA AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI AIDS Support Network and slo Hepatitis C Project San Luis Obispo, CA AIDS Taskforce of Greater Cleveland Cleveland, OH AIDS Treatment Data Network ...

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SLO in Medical Products

Spectral OCT/SLO

Description:...s of up to 27,000 A-Scans per second and provide images with a resolution of 5-6 microns. The unique dual optical coherence tomography (OCT) and slo imaging of OTI's system provides a confocal fundus image allowing for accurate point to point registration and orientation of the B-Scan image in real...
Company:OTI Ophthalmic Technologies Inc.

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SLO in Medical Dictionary

In situ

... be hazardous for some patients, however, and is not necessary in all cases of shortness of breath. In situ es cncer que empieza y que est presente slo en la capa de clulas en donde empez. Localizado es cncer que se limita al rgano en donde empez, sin evidencia de diseminacin. in situ cancer Ear...

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SLO in Biological News

Where optics meets medicine

...intervention once frames were chosen for alignment," Burns says. Presentation FWW6, "Constructing Human Retinal Capillary Maps from Adaptive Optics slo Imaging," Wednesday, Oct. 22, 5:15 p.m., Highland E, Rochester Riverside Convention Center THE OPTICS OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE One of the hallma...

Story tips from the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory, June 2008

...l gyroscopes for navigation and other purposes. The proprietary system of MEMS gyroscope arrays being developed by a team consisting of Panos Datskos, slo Rajic and Nickolay Lavrik of Oak Ridge National Laboratory is radically different than today's gyroscopes, which are big and costly. Instead, this sys...

Tolerance to inhalants may be caused by changes in gene expression

...ted with an organic solvent, the expression of the slo K+ channel gene increases. Increased expression of...m sedation. This gene is very similar to the human slo gene. Wang and colleagues sedated fruit flies w... grip" of the DNA to the histones in a part of the slo gene that controls its expression. When the chr...

MIT 'seeing machine' offers hope to blind

... them easier to see and read. But although the slo held promise as more than a diagnostic device, it ...rawbacks. In addition to the prohibitive cost, the slo is large and bulky. Goldring determined to develop... new seeing machine also replaces the laser of the slo with light-emitting diodes, another source of high...

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