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The SoftHand Pro: Functional evaluation of a novel, flexible, and robust myoelectric prosthesis

. Author Contributions Data curation: Amanda Theuer. Formal analysis: Ryan Lennon. Conceptualization: Sasha Blue Godfrey, Kristin D. Zhao, Amanda Theuer, Manuel G. Catalano, Giorgio Grioli, Marco Santello ... , Antonio Bicchi, Karen Andrews. Santello, Antonio Bicchi, Karen Andrews. Andrews. Funding acquisition: Kristin D. Zhao, Marco Santello, Antonio Bicchi, Karen Andrews. Investigation: Sasha Blue Godfrey

SoftHand at the CYBATHLON: a user’s experience

Roughly one-quarter of upper limb prosthesis users reject their prosthesis. Reasons for rejection range from comfort, to cost, aesthetics, function, and more. This paper follows a single user from training with and testing of a novel upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis (the SoftHand Pro) for participation in the CYBATHLON rehearsal to training for and competing in the CYBATHLON...

SoftHand at the CYBATHLON: a user’s experience

Roughly one-quarter of upper limb prosthesis users reject their prosthesis. Reasons for rejection range from comfort, to cost, aesthetics, function, and more. This paper follows a single user from training with and testing of a novel upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis (the SoftHand Pro) for participation in the CYBATHLON rehearsal to training for and competing in the CYBATHLON...

SoftHand at the CYBATHLON: a user’s experience

Roughly one-quarter of upper limb prosthesis users reject their prosthesis. Reasons for rejection range from comfort, to cost, aesthetics, function, and more. This paper follows a single user from training with and testing of a novel upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis (the SoftHand Pro) for participation in the CYBATHLON rehearsal to training for and competing in the CYBATHLON...

SoftHand at the CYBATHLON: a user’s experience

Roughly one-quarter of upper limb prosthesis users reject their prosthesis. Reasons for rejection range from comfort, to cost, aesthetics, function, and more. This paper follows a single user from training with and testing of a novel upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis (the SoftHand Pro) for participation in the CYBATHLON rehearsal to training for and competing in the CYBATHLON...

SoftHand at the CYBATHLON: a user’s experience

Roughly one-quarter of upper limb prosthesis users reject their prosthesis. Reasons for rejection range from comfort, to cost, aesthetics, function, and more. This paper follows a single user from training with and testing of a novel upper-limb myoelectric prosthesis (the SoftHand Pro) for participation in the CYBATHLON rehearsal to training for and competing in the CYBATHLON...

Differential HIV Epitope Processing in Monocytes and CD4 T Cells Affects Cytotoxic T Lymphocyte Recognition

The ability of cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTLs) to clear virus-infected cells is dependent on the presentation of viral peptides processed intracellularly and displayed by major histocompatibility complex class I. Most CTL functional assays use exogenously added peptides, a practice that does not account for the kinetics and quantity of antigenic peptides produced by infectable...