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Said El-Busaidy, Bernd Baumann, Marcus Wolff, Lars Duggen und Henry Bruhns
Experimental and Numerical Investigation of a Photoacoustic Resonator for Solid Samples: Towards a Non-Invasive Glucose Sensor
Sensors, 19(13)
29 Juni 2019

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Zusammenfassung: T-cell resonators have been used lately for non-invasive blood glucose measurements for photoacoustic spectroscopy on skin samples. A resonator has a significant role in determining the strength of the measured signal and the overall sensitivity of the sensor. Here we present results of the measurement of the photoacoustic signal of such a T-cell resonator. The signal is also modelled using the amplitude mode expansion method, which is based on eigenmode expansion and the introduction of losses in the form of loss factors. The measurement reproduced almost all the calculated resonances from the numerical models with fairly good agreement. The cause of the differences between the measured and the simulated resonances are explained. In addition, the amplitude mode expansion simulation model is established as a faster and computationally less demanding photoacoustic simulation alternative to the viscothermal model. The resonance frequencies from the two models differ by less than 1.8%. It is noted that the relative height of the amplitudes from the two models depends on the location of the antinodes within the different parts of the resonator. The amplitude mode expansion model provides a quick simulation tool for the optimization and design of macro resonators.

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Stephan Meyerding, Alexander Bauchrowitz und Mira Lehberger
Consumer preferences for beet attributes in Germany: A conjoint and latent class approach
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services, 47:229-240
März 2019
englisch

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Andrä Jörg, Florian Bleibaum, Anselm Sommer, Martin Veit, Björn Rabe, Karl Kunzelmann, Christian Nehls, Wilmar Correa, Thomas Gutsmann, Joachim Grötzinger, Sucharit Bhakdi und Karina Reiss
ADAM10 sheddase activation is controlled by cell membrane asymmetry
Journal of Molecular Cell Biology, 11(11):979-993
12 Februar 2019
englisch

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M. Schröder, J. Lüdtke, E. Fux, Y. Izat, M. Bolten, G. Gloger-Tippelt, G.J. Suess und M. Schmid
Attachment Disorder and Attachment Theory - two sides of one medal or two different coins
Comprehensive Psychiatry,
2019

Schlüsselwörter: Attachment Disorder, Attachment Quality

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Michael F. Aktas, Anja Mähler, Michael Hamm, Gabriele Perger, Frank Simon, Joachim Westenhöfer, Friedrich C. Luft und Michael Boschmann
Lifestyle interventions in Muslim patients with metabolic syndrome-a feasibility study
European Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 75(5):805-808
2019

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Zusammenfassung: Obesity, metabolic syndrome, and type-2 diabetes mellitus are common in Muslim patients living in Germany, most of whom are of Turkish origin. Lifestyle interventions must be tailored to religion and ethnicity. We tested the body weight-reducing effect of a 30% calorie-reduced intake diet, adjusted to individual energy expenditure, eating habits, and food preferences in a Turkish-background cohort. Eighty subjects were randomized to activity advice only or to a step-count device to monitor and document physical activity before and after the 12-week intervention. Fifty-three patients completed the study. Lifestyle interventions were effective in these Muslim subjects. Body weight was reduced by 6%; activity monitoring provided a modestly increased effect to 8%. Blood glucose, HbA1c, triglycerides and cholesterol improved also substantially. Subjects receiving metformin could reduce their dosage. Our data show that Muslim Turkish patients respond to interventions if these are tailored to their needs.

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Christian Berger, Mari Bieri, Karen Bradshaw, Christian Brümmer, Thomas Clemen, Thomas Hickler, Werner Leo Kutsch, Ulfia A Lenfers, Carola Martens, Guy F Midgley, Kanisios Mukwashi und Victor Odipo
Linking scales and disciplines : an interdisciplinary cross-scale approach to supporting climate-relevant ecosystem management
Climatic Change, 156:139-150
2019

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P. Buczek, S. Thomas, A. Marmodoro, N. Buczek, X. Zubizarreta, M. Hoffmann, K. Zakeri und A. Ernst
Magnons in nonstoichiometric low-dimensional magnets
Psi-k Highlight, 7:1-
2019

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P. Buczek, S. Thomas, A. Marmodoro, N. Buczek, X. Zubizarreta, M. Hoffmann, T. Balashov, W. Wulfhekel, K. Zakeri und A. Ernst
Spin waves in disordered materials
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, (30):423001-
2019

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V. Andrees, J. Westenhöfer, C. Blome, C. Heesen, C. Augustin und J. Topp
Towards patients’ understanding of health-related quality of life—a mixed-method study in psoriasis and multiple sclerosis.
Quality of Life Research, 28:2717-2729
2019

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Torge Hinrichs und Bettina Buth
Applying Safety Methods to Sensor Networks
A. Rocha; H. Adeli; L. P. Reis; S. Costanzo (Hrsg.) New Knowledge in Information Systems and Technologies - Volume 3
Seite 295-303.
Verlag: Springer,
2019

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