Tomasz Panczyk

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In the realm of drug delivery, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have gained tremendous attention as promising nanocarriers, owing to their distinct characteristics, such as high surface area, enhanced cellular uptake and the possibility to be easily conjugated with many therapeutics, including both small molecules and biologics, displaying superior efficacy,(More)
Recovering adsorption energy distribution from experimental data belongs to most difficult problems of adsorption science. In the case when thermodesorption data are used as a source of information, that difficult problem is overcome by the common use of the Arrhenius plot methods. So, we decided to carry out an extensive model investigation to show, how(More)
Carbon nanotubes' (CNTs) hollow interior space has been explored for biomedical applications, such as drug repository against undesirable inactivation. To further devise CNTs as smart material for controlled release of cargo molecules, we propose the concept of "gold-carbon nanobottles". After encapsulating cis-diammineplatinum(II) dichloride (cisplatin,(More)
Caesarean sections complicated with peritonitis were analysed in a period of 10 years. In the whole group of 2238 caesarean sections done in the years 1977-1986 peritonitis developed in 8 cases (0.36%). In this group total or supracervical hysterectomy was done between the 4th and the 7th days of puerperium. Diagnostic difficulties in puerperal peritonitis(More)
An attempt has been made to evaluate the behaviour of triglycerides in the perfusional liquid of the human placenta under the influence of orciprenaline in the quantity of 40 micrograms/min and papaverine in quantity of 320 micrograms/min. In own experiments the authors discovered that these drugs which are given in the above mentioned doses increase the(More)
The statistical rate theory (SRT) fundamental kinetic equation for the Langmuir model of adsorption reveals some features which are difficult to understand. These are the infinitely high adsorption rate for zero coverage limit, infinitely high desorption rate at full saturation of the surface and dependence of the desorption rate on the adsorbate pressure.(More)