ABSTRACT: Immunoaffinity capillary electrophoresis is one of the important analytical technologies for complicated samples. It combines the advantages of both immunoassay and capillary electrophoresis, such as high specificity, high separation efficiency, rapid and low consumption. With the aid of laser-induced fluorescence detector and immuno-enrichment, the sensitivity of the method can meet the requirement for trace detection. In this paper, the research progress. of homogenous capillary electrophoresis immunoassay (CEIA) and immunoaffinity capillary electrophoresis (IACE) is reviewed based on the research of the author's group.
Se pu = Chinese journal of chromatography / Zhongguo hua xue hui 09/2009; 27(5):631-41.
ABSTRACT: In the future many networking services for B-ISDN such as video transmission, teleconferencing etc. will require multicast support. Usually a multicast switch is formed by cascading a copy network and a routing network. This paper proposes a multicast ATM switch design based on the reverse knockout switch. No copy network is needed. It allows unicast and multicast packets to coexist without competing. The bus interface in the knockout switch is restructured to implement the copy and routing function. A parallel buffer strategy is adopted to achieve high performance. A fast table lookup with CAM technique is used to achieve cell duplication and cell routing easily. A special relay ring controller is introduced to solve the contention problem associated with multiple cells destined for the same output link. The switch design has a simple topology and operating principle and is easy to implement. A performance analysis shows that this switch architecture achieves low cell loss rate together with high throughput
Global Telecommunications Conference, 1998. GLOBECOM 98. The Bridge to Global Integration. IEEE; 02/1998
ABSTRACT: Multistage networks are strong candidates for implementation of
ATM switching fabrics in B-ISDN networks. Among a number of proposed
multistage networks, the Banyan network with its self-routing property,
modular structure and suitability for VLSI implementation has received
much attention. But the Banyan network suffers from internal link
blocking and output port blocking. The Batcher sorting network was
proposed to prevent internal link blocking, but it cannot prevent output
port blocking. We present a new “Relay Chain” (RC)
contention control network to prevent output port blocking. A parallel
input buffer is adopted, with a special relay chain controller to solve
the head of line (HOL) blocking problem normally associated with the
input buffer strategy. The relay chain bus structure has a simple
topology and makes the contention control network easy to implement.
Performance analysis shows that this switch architecture achieves low
cell loss rate together with the high throughput normally associated
with output buffering
Global Telecommunications Conference, 1995. GLOBECOM '95., IEEE; 12/1995