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Multiple different approaches are being used to activate the immune system against breast cancer. Vaccine therapy in general follows the principle that injections of various substances ultimately result in the presentation of tumor peptides to the patient’s immune system. We proposed a potential in silico DNA vaccine against breast cancer by integrating… (More)
In most cases authors are permitted to post their version of the article (e.g. in Word or Tex form) to their personal website or institutional repository. Authors requiring further information regarding Elsevier's archiving and manuscript policies are encouraged to visit: Abstract Three-dimensional (3D) compound semiconductor architectures can be formed… (More)
In order to evolve a quick method for smooth and optimum germination for Withania somnifera- a medicinally efficacious multipurpose plant, present investigation was carried to study the effect of physico-chemical treatments, storage, temperature, photoperiod and growth regulators (GA3, IAA, IBA, 2–4 D and BA) on germinability. The most effective treatment… (More)
—We report on the fabrication and characterization of an edge-emitting semiconductor laser with a gain medium consisting of two layers of patterned, self-aligned, vertically coupled quantum dots (QDs) using a wet-etching and regrowth technique. A threshold current density of 300 A/cm 2 is demonstrated at 77 K. The presence of emission from QD excited states… (More)
Genetic diversity among 14 Withania accessions were studied using morphological, chemical, and RAPD (Rapid Amplification of Polymorphic DNA) markers. On the basis of morphological variation and maximum assimilation of chemical constituents, wild accessions were considered elite as compared to cultivated. The molecular study showed that a total of 12 DNA… (More)
A monolithically integrated dual wavelength semiconductor laser for optical heterodyning is presented. We present a novel laser design which employs surface etched DBR gratings in order to obtain lasing at very narrow line widths.
A semiconductor laser with active layer consisting of a patterned quantum dot lattice demonstrates evidence of miniband formation resulting from inter-dot coupling. Excited state lasing is thought to result from a phonon bottleneck-like effect.