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From probabilistic functionalism to a mental simulation of innovation: by collaboration from vulnerabilities to resilient societal systems

Universtiy Krems, Faculty of Business and Globalization , Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30, 3500 Krems an der Donau , Austria 1 Gerald Steiner In this commentary, I build on the Theory of Probabilistic Functionalism

Living sustainability, or merely pretending? From explicit self-report measures to implicit cognition

of Business and Globalization, Danube University Krems , Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30, 3500 Krems , Austria 2 Handled by Annamaria Di Fabio, Universita degli Studi di Firenze , Italy 3 Gerald Steiner

Sexing of chicken eggs by fluorescence and Raman spectroscopy through the shell membrane

Krautwald-Junghanns, Edmund Koch, Gerald Steiner. Data curation: Roberta Galli, Grit Preusse, Christian Schnabel, Kerstin Cramer. Formal analysis: Roberta Galli, Grit Preusse, Thomas Bartels, Gerald Steiner ... . Funding acquisition: Maria-Elisabeth Krautwald-Junghanns, Edmund Koch, Gerald Steiner. Investigation: Roberta Galli, Grit Preusse, Christian Schnabel. Methodology: Roberta Galli, Grit Preusse, Gerald

Correction: Biochemical Monitoring of Spinal Cord Injury by FT-IR Spectroscopy—Effects of Therapeutic Alginate Implant in Rat Models

H. Sitoci-Ficici Robert Later Rudolf Beiermeister Falko Doberenz Michael Gelinsky Elke Leipnitz Gabriele Schackert Edmund Koch Valdas Sablinskas Gerald Steiner Matthias Kirsch The terms “cranial” and

Prozess- und Zustandsüberwachung

unausweichlich. Viele Errungenschaften des modernen Lebens sind geradezu von solchen Dr. Gerald Steiner Systemen abha¨ ngig. Man denke nur an die k u¨rzlich wieder stark ins Bewusstsein geru¨ ckte ... ergibt sich bei der Durchsicht der Dr. Gerald Steiner Anton Paar GmbH, Institut f u¨r Elektrische Messtechnik und Messsignalverarbeitung, Technische Universita¨ t Graz - folgenden Artikel, wo Sensoren

Intrinsic Indicator of Photodamage during Label-Free Multiphoton Microscopy of Cells and Tissues

Multiphoton imaging has evolved as an indispensable tool in cell biology and holds prospects for clinical applications. When addressing endogenous signals such as coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) or second harmonic generation, it requires intense laser irradiation that may cause photodamage. We report that increasing endogenous fluorescence signal upon multiphoton...

Label-Free Delineation of Brain Tumors by Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering Microscopy in an Orthotopic Mouse Model and Human Glioblastoma

Background Coherent anti-Stokes Raman scattering (CARS) microscopy provides fine resolution imaging and displays morphochemical properties of unstained tissue. Here, we evaluated this technique to delineate and identify brain tumors. Methods Different human tumors (glioblastoma, brain metastases of melanoma and breast cancer) were induced in an orthotopic mouse model...

Biochemical Monitoring of Spinal Cord Injury by FT-IR Spectroscopy—Effects of Therapeutic Alginate Implant in Rat Models

Spinal cord injury (SCI) induces complex biochemical changes, which result in inhibition of nervous tissue regeneration abilities. In this study, Fourier-transform infrared (FT-IR) spectroscopy was applied to assess the outcomes of implants made of a novel type of non-functionalized soft calcium alginate hydrogel in a rat model of spinal cord hemisection (n = 28). Using FT-IR...

Infrared Spectroscopic Studies of Cells and Tissues: Triple Helix Proteins as a Potential Biomarker for Tumors

In this work, the infrared (IR) spectra of living neural cells in suspension, native brain tissue, and native brain tumor tissue were investigated. Methods were developed to overcome the strong IR signal of liquid water so that the signal from the cellular biochemicals could be seen. Measurements could be performed during surgeries, within minutes after resection. Comparison...

PATHOLOGY

, Kathrin Geiger, Gabriele Schackert, and Gerald Steiner; Universita tsklinikum Dresden, Dresden, Germany INTRODUCTION: Hormone active pituitary adenomas have severe systemic morbidities independent of local

Pathology

, Gabriele Schackert 1, and Gerald Steiner 1; 1Universita¨ tsklinikum Dresden; 2Technische Universita¨ t Dresden; 3Technische Universita¨ t Dresden OBJECTIVE: Optical spectroscopy, namely Fourier-transformed

Tumor Models (In Vivo/In Vitro)

OPTIC RAMAN MAPPING OF BRAIN TUMORS IN A MURINE MODEL OF HEMATOGENOUS BRAIN METASTASES Matthias Kirsch 1, Allison Stelling 2, Reiner Salzer 2, Christoph Krafft 2, Gabriele Schackert 1, and Gerald Steiner