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Malignant gliomas, especially glioblastoma multiforme, are composed of cells that contain various amounts of DNA. We characterized cells dissociated from biopsy specimen of human gliomas by sorting vital cell populations on the basis of DNA content, determined the sensitivity of sorted cells to BCNU, and did the follow-up study using subpopulations(More)
Malignant gliomas, especially glioblastoma multiforme, are composed of a considerable number of cells undergoing DNA synthesis and cells that contain various amounts of DNA. We have characterized cells dissociated from biopsy specimens of such tumors by sorting vital cell populations on the basis of DNA content and have determined the sensitivity of sorted(More)
It is important to have information about physical property of the brain in order to elucidate both the physical changes of the morbid brain and the physical mechanism of the traumatic brain injury. Under the hypothesis that reaction of the active brain to the dynamic load can be compared to the Maxwell-Voigt three dimensional model, elastic property of the(More)
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