Search for dissertations about: "multi-probe"

Found 3 swedish dissertations containing the word multi-probe.

  1. 1. Verification of wireless communication performance and robustness for automotive applications

    Author : Mikael Nilsson; Kommunikationsteknologi; []
    Keywords : Vehicle-to-Vehicle; V2V; channel modeling; path loss; two-ray; obstruction; large scale fading; shadow fading; multiple links; diversity; correlation; over-the-air; OTA; multi-probe; multipath propagation simulator; fading emulation;

    Abstract : Today's test methods used for verifying the performance and robustness of automotive applications using wireless communication are often based on fieldtrails, which are time consuming, costly, and not repeatable. Therefore, there is an urgent need for new verification methods that can be performed in lab environment, where the realistic radio propagation environment can be emulated. READ MORE

  2. 2. Biomolecular Analysis by Dual-Tag Microarrays and Single Molecule Amplification

    Author : Olle Ericsson; Ulf Landegren; Mats Nilsson; Edwin Southern; Uppsala universitet; []
    Keywords : Molecular medicine; Microarray; proximity ligation; Padlock probe; Rolling circle amplification; Splicing; single molecule; Molekylärmedicin;

    Abstract : Padlock probes and proximity ligation are two powerful molecular tools for detection of nucleic acids and proteins, respectively. Both methods result in the formation of DNA reporter molecules upon recognition of specific target molecules. READ MORE

  3. 3. Methods development for the investigation of the mammalian genome radial architecture : the quantitative side

    Author : Gabriele Girelli; Karolinska Institutet; Karolinska Institutet; []
    Keywords : MEDICAL AND HEALTH SCIENCES; MEDICIN OCH HÄLSOVETENSKAP;

    Abstract : The nucleus of mammalian cells cradles the genome, an ensemble of nucleic acid macromolecular polymers that store information in a physical form. For a cell to perform life-sustaining processes, reading and utilizing the information encoded in the genome monomers’ sequence is necessary. READ MORE