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Soft Matter, ISSN 1744-683X, 11/2014, Volume 1, Issue 48, pp. 9626 - 9636
We have determined bulk rheology of β-lactoglobulin (BLG) foams and surface viscoelasticity of corresponding protein solutions by varying pH as well as type,... 
Foams | Viscoelasticity | Lamellar structure | Shear | Volume fraction | Rheology | Droplets
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Soft Matter, ISSN 1744-683X, 12/2014, Volume 10, Issue 48, pp. 9626 - 9636
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Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, ISSN 0927-7757, 10/2014, Volume 459, pp. 177 - 185
•We discuss the influence of liquid phase viscosity on yield stress and storage modulus of aqueous foams.•We investigate the correlation between foam rheology... 
Foams | Proteins | Interfaces | Surfactants | Rheology | GLYCEROL | STABILIZATION | BEHAVIOR | CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL | BETA-LACTOGLOBULIN | LAYERS | SHEAR RHEOLOGY | PRESSURE | FILMS | CASEIN | HIGHLY CONCENTRATED EMULSIONS | Surface active agents
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Journal of the European Ceramic Society, ISSN 0955-2219, 12/2017, Volume 37, Issue 15, pp. 4833 - 4842
We present a novel processing route for manufacturing highly open porous, hierarchically structured ceramics via direct ink writing. We manufactured cellular... 
Capillary suspensions | Open-porous ceramics | Direct ink writing | Mechanical strength | 3D printing | FABRICATION | COMPOSITES | LIGHTWEIGHT | MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES | MATERIALS SCIENCE, CERAMICS | INKS | Porosity | Ceramics | Mechanical engineering | Ceramic materials | Sintering
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2/2011, Volume 331, Issue 6019, pp. 897 - 900
The rheology of suspensions (solid particles dispersed in a fluid) is controlled primarly through the volume fraction of solids. We show that the addition of... 
Viscosity | Material concentration | Fluids | Liquids | Wetting | Rheology | Suspended solids | REPORTS | Solids | Dehydration | Chemical suspensions | LIQUID BRIDGE | CONCENTRATED SUSPENSIONS | PARTICLES | SPHERES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | COLLOIDAL SUSPENSIONS | MEDIA | EMULSIONS | WATER | Mechanical properties | Suspensions (Chemistry) | Research | Capillarity
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Separation and Purification Technology, ISSN 1383-5866, 07/2015, Volume 149, pp. 470 - 478
[Display omitted] •Fabrication of porous glass filters with porosities ⩾50% and pore sizes between 1 and 50μm.•Sintered glass filters are manufactured by... 
Porous glass filters | Permeability coefficient | Capillary suspension processing | Pore structure | Mechanical strength | ENGINEERING, CHEMICAL | MEMBRANE FILTERS | Pore size | Capillarity | Glass | Mathematical models | Ceramics | Permeability | Porosity | Strength
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by Mohty, Mohamad and Terpos, Evangelos and Mateos, Maria-Victoria and Cavo, Michele and Lejniece, Sandra and Beksac, Meral and Bekadja, Mohamed Amine and Legiec, Wojciech and Dimopoulos, Meletios and Stankovic, Svetlana and Durán, Maria Soledad and De Stefano, Valerio and Corso, Alessandro and Kochkareva, Yulia and Laane, Edward and Berthou, Christian and Salwender, Hans and Masliak, Zvenyslava and Pečeliūnas, Valdas and Willenbacher, Wolfgang and Silva, João and Louw, Vernon and Nemet, Damir and Borbényi, Zita and Abadi, Uri and Pedersen, Robert Schou and Černelč, Peter and Potamianou, Anna and Couturier, Catherine and Feys, Caroline and Thoret-Bauchet, Florence and Boccadoro, Mario and Bekadja, Mohamed and Hamladji, Rose-Marie and Ali, Hocine Ait and Hamdi, Selma and Touhami, Hadj and Mansour, Nourredine Sidi and Willenbacher, Wolfgang and Linkesch, Werner and Nemet, Damir and Pedersen, Robert Shou and Abildgaard, Niels and Laane, Edward and Hein, Marju and Mohty, Mohamad and Eveillard, Jean Richard and Yamani, Abderrazak el and Moreau, Philippe and Sanhes, Laurence and Lepeu, Gérard and Laribi, Kamel and Jourdan, Eric and Fitoussi, Olivier and Allangba, Olivier and Fleury, Joël and Escoffre, Martine and Benramdane, Riad and Cartron, Guillaume and Dine, Gérard and Legouffe, Eric and Harich, Hanns-Detlev and Illmer, Thomas and Dörfel, Steffen and Hannig, Carla Verena and Koenigsmann, Michael and Prange-Krex, Gabriele and Salwender, Hans and Tamm, Ingo and Zeller, Wolfgang and Maasberg, Michael and Schlag, Rudolf and Klausmann, Martine and Uhlig, Jens and Alkemper, Burkhard and Schütz, Stefan and Tessen, Hans-Werner and Mohr, Benno and Schmidt, Peter and Heinrich, Bernhard and Hebart, Holger and Seipelt, Gernot and Zoeller, Thomas and Heits, Frank and Müller-Naendrup, Clemens and Hansen, Richard and Repp, Roland and Von Weikersthal, Ludwig Fischer and Schmits, Rudolf and Heßling, Jörg and Krammer-Steiner, B and Janzen, Viktor and Schauer, Michael and Grüner, Marcus W and Kisro, Jens and Denzlinger, Claudio and Freier, Werner and Junghanss, Christian and Görner, Martin and Laichinger, Katharina and ... and EMMOS Investigators
Clinical Lymphoma, Myeloma and Leukemia, ISSN 2152-2650, 10/2018, Volume 18, Issue 10, pp. e401 - e419
Multiple myeloma (MM) remains an incurable disease, with little information available on its management in real-world clinical practice. The results of the... 
Stem cell transplantation | Observational study | Bortezomib | Routine practice | Global | UNITED-STATES | SURVIVAL | GUIDELINES | INDUCTION | PLUS DEXAMETHASONE | ONCOLOGY | TREATMENT PATTERNS | THERAPIES | STEM-CELL TRANSPLANTATION | HEMATOLOGY
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