Katie M. Kern

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As part of a larger study synthesizing a more directed form of chemotherapy, we have begun to assess the efficacy of different potential toxins that could be delivered locally rather than systemically. In doing so, we hope to reduce the systemic side effects commonly observed, while maintaining a high level of toxicity and eliminating the need for metabolic(More)
Here we present Australia Telescope Compact Array H i maps of 16 H i sources in six Group Evolution Multiwavelength Study (GEMS) groups that were previously observed with the Parkes telescope. The higher spatial resolution of the ATCA allows us to clearly identify the optical counterparts for the first time – most being associated with low surface(More)
We have conducted wide-field H i mapping of a ∼ 5.5 × 5.5 region surrounding the NGC 3783 galaxy group, to an H i mass limit of ∼ 4 × 108M⊙. The observations were made using the multibeam system on the Parkes 64-m radiotelescope, as part of the Galaxy Evolution Multiwavelength Study (GEMS). We find twelve H i detections in our Parkes data, four more than(More)
Galaxy groups have been under-studied relative to their richer counterparts – clusters. The Group Evolution Multiwavelength Study (GEMS) aims to redress some the balance. Here we describe the GEMS sample selection and resulting sample of 60 nearby (distance < 130 Mpc) galaxy groups and our multiwavelength dataset of X-ray, optical and HI imaging. ROSAT(More)
We investigate the neutral hydrogen (H i) content of sixteen groups for which we have multi-wavelength data including X-ray observations. Wide-field imaging of the groups was obtained with the 20-cm multibeam system on the 64-m Parkes telescope. We have detected ten previously uncatalogued H i sources, one of which has no visible optical counterpart. We(More)
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