V. Ravichandran

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Estimates on the initial coefficients are obtained for normalized analytic functions f in the open unit disk with f and its inverse g = f −1 satisfying the conditions that zf ′ (z)/f (z) and zg ′ (z)/g(z) are both subordinate to a starlike univalent function whose range is symmetric with respect to the real axis. Several related classes of functions are(More)
BACKGROUND XMRV is a gammaretrovirus first identified in prostate tissues of Prostate Cancer (PC) patients and later in the blood cells of patients with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS). Although XMRV is thought to use XPR1 for cell entry, it infects A549 cells that do not express XPR1, suggesting usage of other receptors or co-receptors. METHODS To study(More)
Let q 1 and q 2 belong to a certain class of normalized analytic univalent functions in the open unit disk of the complex plane. Sufficient conditions are obtained for normalized analytic functions p to satisfy the double subordination chain q 1 (z) ≺ p(z) ≺ q 2 (z). The differential sandwich-type result obtained is applied to normalized univalent functions(More)
In the present investigation, we obtain certain sufficient conditions for a normalized analytic function f(z) defined by the Dziok–Srivastava linear operator H l m ½a 1 Š to satisfy the certain subordination. Our results extend corresponding previously known results on starlikeness, convexity, and close to convexity.
We obtain several results concerning the differential subordination between analytic functions and a linear operator defined for a certain family of analytic functions which are introduced here by means of these linear operators. Also, some special cases are considered. 1. Introduction. Let Ꮽ 0 be the class of normalized analytic functions f (z) with f (0)(More)
Keywords: Analytic functions Differential subordination Ma–Minda type starlike and convex functions Integral operators a b s t r a c t Two integral operators on the classes consisting of normalized p-valent Ma–Minda type starlike and convex functions are considered. Functions in these classes have the form zf ′ (z)/f (z) ≺ pϕ(z) and 1 + zf ′′ (z)/f ′ (z) ≺(More)