Electron spin resonance studies on normal and tumurous human whole blood, plasma and cellular blood.

Erson, Cevher Kudrettin


Electron spin resonance spectra of certain gamma-irradiated organic crystals.
Kılıç, Soner; Baysal, Bahattin; Department of Chemistry (1980)
Functional characterization of 15-lipoxygenase-1 expression in human colorectal carcinoma cell line ht-29
Tunçay, Seda; Banerjee, Sreeparna; Department of Biology (2009)
Colorectal carcinoma (CRC) is often lethal when invasion and/or metastasis occur. 15-lipoxygenase-1 (15-LO-1), an enzyme of the inflammatory eicosanoid pathway, oxidatively metabolizes linoleic acid and its expression is repressed in CRC. In the present study, the hypothesis that the lack of 15-LO-1 expression in CRC cells may contribute to the tumorigenesis was investigated. Therefore 15-LO-1 was introduced to colon cancer cell line HT-29 that does not have detectable levels of the 15-LO-1. The HT-29 cells...
Investigation of paramagnetic properties of tooth enamels by electron spin resonance (ESR) technique
Bulur, Enver; Özer, Ay Melek; Department of Physics (1998)
Synthesizing germanium and silicon nanocrystals embedded in silicon dioxide by magnetron sputtering technique
Alagöz, Arif Sinan; Turan, Raşit; Department of Physics (2007)
Applications of semiconductor nanocrystal in electronics are promising. Various techniques were developed to synthesize and analyze semiconductor nanocrystals for integrated circuit applications. In this study, silicon and germanium nanocrystals were synthesized in silicon dioxide matrix by magnetron sputtering deposition and following high temperature furnace annealing. Multilayer and single layer samples were prepared by co-sputtering depositions. Transmission electron microscopy measurements were carried...
Electromagnetic Scattering from Obstacles in the Near Field Region of Electrically Large Arrays
Cetin, Ramazan; Aydın Çivi, Hatice Özlem; Nepa, Paolo; Manara, Giuliano (2009-09-18)
In this paper, an efficient method for the analysis of electromagnetic scattering/radiation from the obstacles nearby electrically large array antennas, with nonuniform excitation, is proposed. The approach is based on the combination of a ray field representation of electrically large arrays and a DFT (Discrete Fourier Transform) based representation of array current distribution. Proposed method is applied to a 2D problem: Radiation of a linear array of 2N+1 infinitely long current elements with tapered c...
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C. K. Erson, “Electron spin resonance studies on normal and tumurous human whole blood, plasma and cellular blood.,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1980.