Study of blood plasma optical properties in mice grafted with Ehrlich carcinoma in the frequency range 0.1 – 1.0 THz*

In the course of in vitro studies of blood of laboratory
animals with progressing Ehrlich carcinoma, we have revealed the
change of the blood plasma optical properties in the THz range,
which can be used for developing the express diagnostics of the
presence of oncological diseases. An applied software package is
elaborated that allows the phantoms of biological samples having a
complex structure to be numerically simulated and the parameters
of the electromagnetic wave reflected from these samples in the
THz frequency range to be calculated.

Smolyanskaya, O. G. A., Kravtsenyuk, O. V., Panchenko, A. V., Odlyanitskiy, E. L. V., Guillet, J. P., Cherkasova, O. P., & Khodzitsky, M. K. (2017). Study of blood plasma optical properties in mice grafted with Ehrlich carcinoma in the frequency range 0.1–1.0 THz. Quantum Electronics47(11), 1031.

Link to the paper : https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Jean-Paul_Guillet/publication/320982607_Investigation_of_optical_properties_of_blood_plasma_of_mice_with_Ehrlich_carcinoma_in_the_frequency_range_01_to_10_THz/links/5a52633fa6fdcc769002698c/Investigation-of-optical-properties-of-blood-plasma-of-mice-with-Ehrlich-carcinoma-in-the-frequency-range-01-to-10-THz.pdf

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