Indranil Chattopadhyay

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Matter accreting onto black holes has long been known to have standing or oscillating shock waves. The post-shock matter puffs up in the form of a torus, which intercepts soft photons from the outer Keplerian disc and inverse Comptonizes to produce hard photons. The post-shock region also produces jets. We study the interaction of both hard photons and soft(More)
Progression of prostate cancer (PC) to castration-recurrent growth (CRPC) remains dependent on sustained expression and transcriptional activity of the androgen receptor (AR). A major mechanism contributing to CRPC progression is through the direct phosphorylation and activation of AR by Src-family (SFK) and ACK1 tyrosine kinases. However, the AR-dependent(More)
The susceptibility of an individual to oral cancer is mediated by genetic factors and carcinogen-exposure behaviors such as betel quid chewing, tobacco use, and alcohol consumption. This pilot study was aimed to identify the genetic alteration in 100 bp upstream and downstream flanking regions in addition to the exonic regions of 169 cancer-associated genes(More)
Bulk motion Comptonization utilizes properties of both matter and radiation close to the horizon of a black hole. Computation with these considerations produce hard tails of energy spectral slope ∼ 1.5 − 1.7. These are the most direct evidence of the horizon of a black hole. We argue that even in presence of winds and outflows this property is not likely to(More)
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