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Vol. 113, Issue 2, February 2010, pp. 158-166

 

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A Model Linked to E. Coli Related to Electrostrictive Energy in Cancer Cell

 

*T. K. BASAK, T. RAMANUJAM, Suman HALDER, Poonam GOYAL,
Prachi Mohan KULSHESTHA, Arpita GUPTA, **S. JEYBALAN,
***V. CYRILRAJ, **Sudhir PATIL, **Narendra MUSTARE

Krishna Engineering College, Ghaziabad, UP, India

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E-mail: tkb20042001@yahoo.co.in

 

 

Received: 18 December 2009   /Accepted: 19 February 2010   /Published: 26 February 2010

 

Abstract: The paper has focused on a new concept in respect of the status of oxidant/antioxidant in cancer cell following radiation therapy. And in this respect a model has been developed linked with an environment of E.Coli in which TrpRS II is induced after radiation damage. It is interesting to note that Electrostrictive energy is the input to the model the output of which is the oxidant/antioxidant ratio. This ratio is related to the status of Electrostrictive energy derived from capacitance relaxation phenomenon (US patent No. US Patent No. TK Basak 5691178, 1997) in cancer cell. The oxidant/antioxidant ratio is linked to Electrostrictive energy with increasing pH. This paper discusses about the status of phosphorylation and dephosphorylation after radiation therapy linked to E.Coli environment against the pH gradient is indicative for the treatment of cancer.

 

Keywords: Oxidant/antioxidant, Electrostrictive energy of cancer cell, pH, TrpRS II, E.Coli

 

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