Seema H. Jadhav

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BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE The antigen H present on the surface of red cells in varying concentration, is maximum in O group red cells, but absent in Bombay phenotype individuals. This differentiation is generally detected by seed extracts of Ulex europaeus. The titre of such an extract is usually low and is subjected to batch variation. Hence, we carried out(More)
BACKGROUND & OBJECTIVE Monoclonal antibodies against red blood cell antigens used in research and as diagnostics in India are commercially procured from western countries. Indigenously generated potent clones are not available in India. Hence, the objective of the present study was to raise potent murine monoclonal antibodies against A, B and H blood group(More)
Content based image retrieval system is a fast growing research area, where the visual content of a query image is used to search images from large scale image databases. In this proposed an effective system, both the semantically and visually relevant features are used to retrieve the related images. The challenge for the CBIR system is how to efficiently(More)
While studying the serologic characteristics of certain monoclonal blood group antibodies, we observed a hybridoma clone (5A-11E10) with anti-N-like serologic specificity that was dependent on the presence of the bicarbonate anion. The diluted cell culture supernatant preferentially agglutinated M-N+ RBCs by immediate spin. This supernatant also(More)
One of the most important processes in image processing is image retrieval. The main process of image retrieval is retrieval of image from the database based on the query. Basically, retrieval is done based on low level features such as shape, texture and colour. If a shape based query image is given, all images related to the given query image are(More)
In many morphological shape decomposition algorithms, either a shape can only be decomposed into shape components of extremely simple forms or a time consuming search process is employed to determine decomposition. In our paper, we present a morphological shape approximation algorithm that decomposes a two dimensional (2D) binary shape into a collection of(More)
Red blood cell alloimmunization occurs due to the genetic disparity of red cell antigens between donor and recipient. In the present study, we report a spectrum of red cell alloantibodies characterized in patients with different clinical conditions in a reference center in India. Majority of the antibodies identified were against the blood group antigens c,(More)
Nanolithography is the art and science of etching, writing, or printing at the nanoscopic level, in which the dimensions of characters are on the order of nanometers. The direct physical interactions between the atomic-force microscopy (AFM) tip and the sample allow local surface modification, allowing use of the AFM tip for scanning-probe lithography.(More)