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Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks (MWSNs) are a current encouraged technology which is used to help many civilian, military and industrial services. Energy saving is the critical issue while designing the wireless sensor networks. In order to enhance the network life time there are many routing protocols have been developed. One of these is clustering based(More)
PURPOSE P53 gene mutations are the common genetic changes encountered in human cancers, and there is extensive evidence that the P53 status may determine tumor response to therapy. This study was carried out to investigate whether there is any correlation between accumulation (overexpression) of P53 protein and poor prognosis in patients with head and neck(More)
Between 1983 and 1985 111 patients with hemispheric gliomas were treated with whole brain irradiation in the Department of Clinical Oncology in Edinburgh. Of these, 52 patients were treated with mixed photons and neutrons and 51 patients with photons only. The 5-year actuarial survival is 6.1%. Age and tumour grade were confirmed as significant prognostic(More)
The prognostic value of the expression of the cyclin-dependent kinase inhibitor p21 and the p53 tumour suppressor gene was examined using immunohistochemistry in 60 patients with laryngeal cancer. Multivariate analysis using Cox's proportional hazard method, showed that p21 expression (P = 0.02) and advanced T stage (P = 0.003) significantly predicted(More)
The technological advances in wireless communication, micro-electro-mechanical system (MEMS) technologies and digital electronics over the past few years have enabled the development of wireless sensor networks (WSN). In some applications, the WSN nodes are dedicated to be mobile rather than static. This requirement poses new and interesting challenges for(More)
AIMS The natural history of ovarian cancer has changed over the last 10 years due to more effective drug treatments. The aim of this multicentre audit of the management of recurrent ovarian cancer was to examine the usage of newer drugs in light of the publication of National Institute of Clinical Excellence guidance. MATERIALS AND METHODS All patients(More)
In wireless sensor network, high packet loss occurs due to the mobile sensor nodes. Energy consumption is also one of the main challenges in mobile sensor nodes. To overcome these problems, a new algorithm is proposed named as Improved Cluster Based Routing Protocol. This routing protocol follows the routing process similar to CBR-Mobile WSN. In addition,(More)
Ten infants and children suffering from Thalassaemia major, proven by clinical, hematological and biochemical criteria, were subjected to intestinal biopsy. Specimens were studied for histological and histochemical patterns. The histological picture showed shortening and fusion of villi with cellular infiltration. Reduced mucopolysaccharides and relatively(More)