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Sensing and Bio-Sensing Research, ISSN 2214-1804, 12/2015, Volume 6, pp. 51 - 58
This work presents a lab-on-chip system, which combines a glass-polydimethilsiloxane microfluidic network and an array of amorphous silicon photosensors for... 
Amorphous silicon photosensors | Celiac disease | Lab-on-chip | On-chip detection | Microfluidics | ELISA
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ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS, ISSN 1432-0746, 05/2019, Volume 625, p. A25
We have investigated the relation between the two modes of outflow (wind and jet) in radio-loud active galactic nuclei (AGN). For this study we have carried... 
PHOTON IMAGING CAMERA | galaxies: Seyfert | accretion, accretion disks | X-rays: galaxies | X-RAY-ABSORPTION | BLACK-HOLE MASSES | SAMPLE | ACTIVE GALACTIC NUCLEI | OUTFLOWS | techniques: spectroscopic | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | LINE | WARM ABSORBERS | quasars: supermassive black holes | ACCRETION DISK WINDS | XMM-NEWTON | radio continuum: galaxies
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by Aharonian, Felix and Akamatsu, Hiroki and Akimoto, Fumie and Allen, Steven W and Anabuki, Naohisa and Angelini, Lorella and Arnaud, Keith and Audard, Marc and Awaki, Hisamitsu and Axelsson, Magnus and Bamba, Aya and Bautz, Marshall and Blandford, Roger and Brenneman, Laura and Brown, Gregory V and Bulbul, Esra and Cackett, Edward and Chernyakova, Maria and Chiao, Meng and Coppi, Paolo and Costantini, Elisa and De Plaa, Jelle and Den Herder, Jan-Willem and Done, Chris and Dotani, Tadayasu and Ebisawa, Ken and Eckart, Megan and Enoto, Teruaki and Ezoe, Yuichiro and Fabian, Andrew C and Ferrigno, Carlo and Foster, Adam and Fujimoto, Ryuichi and Fukazawa, Yasushi and Furuzawa, Akihiro and Galeazzi, Massimiliano and Gallo, Luigi and Gandhi, Poshak and Giustini, Margherita and Goldwurm, Andrea and Gu, Liyi and Guainazzi, Matteo and Haba, Yoshito and Hagino, Kouichi and Hamaguchi, Kenji and Harrus, Ilana and Hatsukade, Isamu and Hayashi, Katsuhiro and Hayashi, Takayuki and Hayashida, Kiyoshi and Hiraga, Junko and Hornschemeier, Ann and Hoshino, Akio and Hughes, John and Iizuka, Ryo and Inoue, Hajime and Inoue, Yoshiyuki and Ishibashi, Kazunori and Ishida, Manabu and Ishikawa, Kumi and Ishisaki, Yoshitaka and Itoh, Masayuki and Iyomoto, Naoko and Kaastra, Jelle and Kallman, Timothy and Kamae, Tuneyoshi and Kara, Erin and Kataoka, Jun and Katsuda, Satoru and Katsuta, Junichiro and Kawaharada, Madoka and Kawai, Nobuyuki and Kelley, Richard and Khangulyan, Dmitry and Kilbourne, Caroline and King, Ashley and Kitaguchi, Takao and Kitamoto, Shunji and Kitayama, Tetsu and Kohmura, Takayoshi and Kokubun, Motohide and Koyama, Shu and Koyama, Katsuji and Kretschmar, Peter and Krimm, Hans and Kubota, Aya and Kunieda, Hideyo and Laurent, Philippe and Lebrun, François and Lee, Shiu-Hang and Leutenegger, Maurice and Limousin, Olivier and Loewenstein, Michael and Long, Knox S and Lumb, David and Madejski, Grzegorz and Maeda, Yoshitomo and Maier, Daniel and Makishima, Kazuo and Markevitch, Maxim and ... and Hitomi Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States)
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 07/2016, Volume 535, Issue 7610, pp. 117 - 121
Clusters of galaxies are the most massive gravitationally bound objects in the Universe and are still forming. They are thus important probes(1) of... 
NGC 1275 | GALAXY CLUSTERS | TURBULENT VELOCITY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | LINE | GAS | NGC-1275 | CONSTRAINTS | X-RAY SPECTROSCOPY | XMM-NEWTON | FEEDBACK | Clusters | Observations | Stars | Cosmology | Astrophysics | Velocity | Stars & galaxies | ASTRONOMY AND ASTROPHYSICS | GRQC | ASTRO
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PLoS ONE, ISSN 1932-6203, 01/2019, Volume 14, Issue 1, pp. e0208536 - e0208536
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