stress sensor

stress sensor

[′stres ‚sen·sər]
(control systems)
A contact sensor that responds to the forces produced by mechanical contact.
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Data from a stress sensor measuring the force applied to the rudder of the 470, installed by Yamaha Motor, and data on wind speed and direction at sea collected by wind speed and direction sensors attached to an accompanying observation boat will be recorded in Fujitsu's cloud.
The findings have revealed shown for the first time that IRE1, a cellular stress sensor that normally acts to alleviate shortterm stresses within cells, such as lack of nutrients or oxygen, is a central driver of treatment-related relapse.
Then the output voltage of a van der Pauw stress sensor would be [V.sub.out] [congruent to] [R.sub.sh][I.sub.in][[??].sub.12][G.sub.H0] analogous to (3), whereby the [congruent to] sign denotes small stress and there we may neglect the stress dependence of [R.sub.sh].
The normal interfacial stress sensor cannot measure a stress range less than 11 kPa.
V (Otugen, "Wall shear stress sensor based on the optical resonances of dielectric microspheres," Measurement Science and Technology, vol.
[18.] Yoshikawa G, Akiyama T, Gautsch S, Vettiger P, Rohrer H (2011) Nanomechanical membrane-type surface stress sensor. Nano Lett 11(3): 1044-1048.
Advancing drug development in the stress response field has potential translational and commercial opportunities for the participants and will benefit European society as a whole from economic and health perspectives.IRE1 is a stress sensor and signal transducer, activated in response to the accumulation of misfolded proteins in the endoplasmic reticulum (ER).
Pantaleo et al., in their original article entitled "Band 3 Erythrocyte Membrane Protein Acts as Redox Stress Sensor Leading to Its Phosphorylation by [p.sup.72] Syk," present experimental data to support the hypothesis that band 3 acts as redox sensor regulating its own phosphorylation and that substances leading to protracted phosphorylation of band 3 may trigger a cascade of events culminating in hemolysis.
Molecular cloning of the IRE1 gene encoding ER stress sensor Ire1p
This property creates many versatile applications for the material: for example, it can be utilised also as a shear stress sensor.
No matter how fast or accurate a crop stress sensor may be, or how accurate a crop water use model is, much of the problem lies with limitations of the irrigation system itself.