Krzysztof Wiktorowicz

Danuta Frackowiak2
Aneta Waszkowiak2
Anna Rychlewska-Hańczewska1
Barbara Poniedziałek1
2Danuta Frackowiak
2Aneta Waszkowiak
1Anna Rychlewska-Hańczewska
1Barbara Poniedziałek
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Three phthalocyanine dyes-sensitizers were incorporated into two types of human T leukemia cells from two cell-lines: CCRF and MOLT 4. The efficiency of the dye incorporation into cells and photochemical properties of stained cells were investigated using fluorescence spectroscopy. The dyes exhibited different properties in each of the two cell-lines. Small(More)
Human peripheral blood cells stimulated by phytohemagglutinin (which serve as a model of cancerous cells) and resting cells were incubated in dimethyl sulfoxide solutions of various phthalocyanines. In order to diminish the influence of atmospheric oxygen the cells were embedded in a polymer (polyvinyl alcohol) film. Fluorescence spectra of the samples were(More)
This paper presents the use of linear and nonlinear multivariable models as tools to support training process of race walkers. These models are calculated using data collected from race walkers' training events and they are used to predict the result over a 3 km race based on training loads. The material consists of 122 training plans for 21 athletes. In(More)
INTRODUCTION Cigarette smoking is considered an important risk factor for developing Crohn's disease (CD), contributing to a more severe course of the disease. Conversely, smoking is believed to have a beneficial effect on the course of ulcerative colitis (UC), a second major condition of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). AIM To investigate the effect of(More)
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