Linyun Zhao

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Hyperthermia is a promising treatment for human cervical cancer. However, little is known about whether and under what conditions heat treatment exerts tumor inhibition effects on cervical cancer, and the molecular mechanisms behind these cellular responses have yet to be elucidated. We employed the human cervical cancer cell line CaSki as a cellular model(More)
Functionalized superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs) can play crucial roles for medical applications such as cancer magnetic induction hyperthermia, magnetic resonance imaging, and magnetofection. Gene therapy is an emerging area of biomedicine and has the potential to revolutionize the treatment of human disease. Herein we report the results(More)
We investigated the relative contributions of temperature and a 300 kHz alternating magnetic field (AMF) on magnetic hyperthermia treatment (MHT). Our system consisted of an induction coil, which generated AMF by electric current flow, and a newly developed, temperature-controlled circulating water-jacketed glass bottle placed inside the coil. The AMF(More)
The research on engineering experiment is a key step in translating technical development to industrial application. Wuhan University of Technology (WUT) and its spin-off, WUTOS Company is among the main roles of optical fiber sensing development in China. According to our practical experience for more than 30 years and some applications of the fire alarm(More)
A Compton back-scatter tomographical imaging model with minimal constraints was imposed as a potential contender for on-line portable imaging. The line-scan method based on scattered photon energy spectra can obtain a fairly high scan speed and spatial resolution. As such, radiation scattering imaging (or density reconstruction) is viewed as a nonlinear(More)
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