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Malignancy Induced Subtle Perturbation Sensitive Raman Scattering for Glioma Detection and Grading

@article{Kaushik2020MalignancyIS,
  title={Malignancy Induced Subtle Perturbation Sensitive Raman Scattering for Glioma Detection and Grading},
  author={Ritika Kaushik and Chanchal Rani and Km Neeshu and Manushree Tanwar and Devesh K. Pathak and Anjali Chaudhary and Fouzia Siraj and Hem Chandra Jha and Rituparna Kumar},
  journal={arXiv: Applied Physics},
  year={2020}
}
Subtle changes in Raman spectral line-shape have been observed from malignant human brain cells and its possibility for being used in detection and grading of Glioma has been explored here. The latter has been developed as a result of the fact that the width of the Raman spectra is more sensitive, as compared to the peak position, to the brain tumors. The perturbations induced by the cell-modification, as a consequence to the cancerous growth, may be responsible for the widths variation in the… 

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