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Laser Raman Spectroscopic Studies on Hemeproteins in Epileptic Children

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Laser Raman spectroscopic studies were carried out on hemoproteins with special reference to epilepsy and compared the data with those of controls. Some of the bands were found approximately at 368.45 cm-1, 424.90 cm-1, 625.27 cm-1 and 807.38 cm-1 in case of normal children and at 1749.00 cm-1, 1795 cm-1 and 2000 cm-1 in epileptic children cases. A clear cut picture of the hemoproteins has already given in the literature and very interesting bands were found in the range from 300 cm-1 to 1800 cm-1. Our Raman lines are very effective and peculiar. We did not say anything about the detailing of these bands at this juncture.

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S. Kumar, V. Kumar and D. Jain, "Laser Raman Spectroscopic Studies on Hemeproteins in Epileptic Children," Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol. 3 No. 1, 2013, pp. 123-135. doi: 10.4236/ojapps.2013.31018.

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