V. S. Bamane

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In this study the risk of photochemotherapeutic dose levels of long wave ultraviolet radiation (UVA) was assessed by employing a laboratory animal system, C17 brown mice. The experimental group was subjected to three UVA dose levels, 1000, 2000 and 3500 J/cm2. The dose regimen 50 J/cm2 per day for five days a week was completed in 4, 8 and 14 weeks(More)
Dear sir, We read with interest an article by Baierl et al. [1] on Magnetic Resonance Imaging of normal and pathological white matter maturation in Pediatr Radiol (1988) 18: 183. The major finding of this paper is a sequential decrease of T~ and proton density as a function of increasing age. In Vivo relaxation times of white matter steadily decreased from(More)
Trace element concentrations were determined in surgically resected, cancerous human oesophageal tissue by proton-induced X-ray emission (PIXE) analysis. Each sample was divided into six zones, E3 and E4 formed the central tumour region, E1 and E2 were proximal to the oesophagus and E5 and E6 distal to the oesophagus. Malignancy was confirmed(More)
Measurements of solar UV radiation (UVR) at Bombay, India, lattitude 18.5 North and longitude 72.5 East were recorded using Eppley UV radiometer for a 2-year period. The UV irradiance is calculated and presented. The annual and diurual trends in the quantitation of UVR are examined. The consequences of solar UVR and its projected increase are discussed with(More)
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