Application of FTIR Imaging on Healthy (Donor Age Effect) and Disease (Beta Thalassemia Major) States

Aksoy, Ceren
Uckan, Duygu
Severcan, Feride


Investigation of Gender Effect on Obesity using a Model of Inbreed Obese Mouse Lines by Fourier Transform Infrared Imaging
Baloglu, Fatma Kucuk; Brockmann, Gudrun; Heise, Sebastian; Garip, Sebnem; Severcan, Feride (2015-01-27)
Lipid accumulation and storage of lipids in adipocytes during obesity cause structural and functional changes in adipose tissue conformation. The expansion of visceral (VAT) and subcutaneous (SCAT) adipose tissue mass in the body is the main reason of obesity and many times it results in disturbed lipid and glucose metabolism. Gender is an important factor for the research in obesity and other metabolic diseases because it leads to different fat distribution and the pathophysiology. This study aims to deter...
Characterization of Sodium Butyrate Induced Differentiation in Colon Cancer Cells by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy and Microscopy
Ozek, Nihal Simsek; Sade, Asli; Banerjee, Sreeparna; Severcan, Feride (2013-01-29)
Possible Therapeutic Effects of Gamma-Tocotrienol Conjugation Therapy with Doxorubicin on Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Line HEPG2
Sevinc, Akin; Ozyurt, Ipek; Severcan, Feride (2017-02-03)
Electrical impedance tomography using induced and injected currents
Gençer, Nevzat Güneri; Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa (IOP Publishing, 1992-01-01)
A two-dimensional forward problem formulation is introduced for electrical impedance tomography (EIT) using induced currents. The forward problem is linearised around a certain resistivity distribution and the inverse problem is formulated as a solution of a linear system of equations. Sensitivity of boundary measurements to resistivity variations arc analysed for spatially uniform, linear and quadratic fields. The formulation, however, is suitable for studying the effects of a general magnetic field applie...
Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa; IDER, YZ (IOP Publishing, 1992-01-01)
In electrical impedance tomography, two-dimensional (2D) finite element solutions are used in the imaging algorithms. It is assumed that a major part of the current flowing through the object is restricted to the measurement plane (i.e. the plane determined by the electrodes which are used for measuring voltage differences) and the current flowing elsewhere is negligible. However, there is usually a three-dimensional (3D) variation of the conductivity distribution and if there are regions of high contrast c...
Citation Formats
C. Aksoy, D. Uckan, and F. Severcan, “Application of FTIR Imaging on Healthy (Donor Age Effect) and Disease (Beta Thalassemia Major) States,” Philadelphia, PA, 2013, vol. 104, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: