iodine cell

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iodine cell

iodine cell

Iodine-Cell Spectroscopy at Okayama Astrophysical Observatory: First Results

Evolutionary roots of iodine and thyroid hormones in cell–cell signaling

Comment: Evolutionary Roots of Iodine and Thyroid Hormones in Cell–Cell Signaling

Antineoplastic activity of povidone-iodine on different mesothelioma cell lines: results of in vitro study

The stability of DNA triplexes inside cells as studied by iodine-125 radioprinting

Repeat treatment with iodine-131-rituximab is safe and effective in patients with relapsed indolent B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma who had previously responded to iodine-131-rituximab

Reply to Comment on “Evolutionary Roots of Iodine and Thyroid Hormones in Cell–Cell Signaling (Crockford 2009)” Lars Olaf Björn

Development of Iodine Cells for the Subaru HDS and the Okayama HIDES: I. Instrumentation and Performance of the Spectrographs

Development of Iodine Cells for the Subaru HDS and the Okayama HIDES: II. New Software for Precise Radial Velocity Measurements

Multicolour FISH detection of radioactive iodine-induced 17cen–p53 chromosomal breakage in buccal cells from therapeutically exposed patients

Development of Iodine Cells for Subaru HDS and Okayama HIDES. III. An Improvement on the Radial-Velocity Measurement Technique

The conjectured S-type retrograde planet in ν Octantis: more evidence including four years of iodine-cell radial velocities

A systematic approach to determining the properties of an iodine absorption cell for high-precision radial velocity measurements

FISH analysis of 1cen–1q12 breakage, chromosome 1 numerical abnormalities and centromeric content of micronuclei in buccal cells from thyroid cancer and hyperthyroidism patients treated with radioactive iodine


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A glass cell containing iodine gas placed in the light path through a spectrograph, superimposing many strong, sharp absorption lines on the spectra of astronomical sources. These lines provide a reference frame that allows extremely accurate velocity measurements, such as are required when searching for slight changes in radial velocities of stars due to the presence of orbiting planets.

Subjects: Astronomy and Astrophysics.

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