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    The Differential Diagnosis of Crohn's Disease and Celiac Disease Using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

    , Article Applied Magnetic Resonance ; Volume 45, Issue 5 , May , 2014 , Pages 451-459 Fathi, F ; Kasmaee, L. M ; Sohrabzadeh, K ; Nejad, M. R ; Tafazzoli, M ; Oskouie, A. A ; Sharif University of Technology
    Abstract
    Crohn's disease and celiac disease belong to a group of autoimmune conditions that affect the digestive system, specifically the small intestine. They both attack the digestive tract and share many symptoms. Thus, the discovery of proper methods would be a major step toward differentiating celiac disease from Crohn's disease. The aim of this study was to search for the metabolic biomarkers to differentiate between these two diseases. Proton nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H NMR) was employed as the metabolic profiling method to look for serum metabolites that differentiate between celiac disease and Crohn's disease. Classification of celiac disease and Crohn's disease was done... 

    A novel hybrid BCI speller based on RSVP and SSVEP paradigm

    , Article Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine ; Volume 187 , April , 2020 Jalilpour, S ; Hajipour Sardouie, S ; Mijani, A ; Sharif University of Technology
    Elsevier Ireland Ltd  2020
    Abstract
    Background and objective: Steady-state visual evoked potential (SSVEP) and rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) are useful methods in the brain-computer interface (BCI) systems. Hybrid BCI systems that combine these two approaches can enhance the proficiency of the P300 spellers. Methods: In this study, a new hybrid RSVP/SSVEP BCI is proposed to increase the classification accuracy and information transfer rate (ITR) as compared with the other RSVP speller paradigms. In this paradigm, RSVP (eliciting a P300 response) and SSVEP stimulations are presented in such a way that the target group of characters is identified by RSVP stimuli, and the target character is recognized by SSVEP stimuli....