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Neuronal cell damage following ischaemia is postulated to be due to free radical induced lipid peroxidation, and ascorbic acid is supposedly an important non-enzymatic scavenger of such free radicals. This study was undertaken to evaluate the protective effect of ascorbic acid on the brain in a primate model after focal cerebral ischaemia. Consumption of(More)
31 Background: Low-temperature-sensitive liposomes (LTSLs) release their encapsulated drug into targeted tissue when activated by a source of hyperthermia. The efficacy of an LTSL formulation of docetaxel (DOC) or doxorubicin (DOX) was compared against prostate cancer in a xenograft mouse model. METHODS Under an approved IACUC protocol, Luciferase(More)
In this paper we report on the outcomes of a research and demonstration project on human intrusion detection in a large secure space using an ad hoc wireless sensor network. This project has been * SmartDetect is a research and demonstration project funded by the ER&IPR Division of the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Government of(More)
We propose a system for real-time animation of eyes that can be interactively controlled in a WebGL enabled device using a small number of animation parameters, including gaze. These animation parameters can be obtained using traditional keyframed animation curves, measured from an actor's performance using off-the-shelf eye tracking methods, or estimated(More)
We present a data driven model of eye movement, that includes movement of the globes, the periorbital soft tissues and eyelids and also the formation of wrinkles in the tissues. We describe a pipeline for measurement and estimation of tissue movement around the eyes using monocular high speed video capture. We use dense optical flow techniques to(More)
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