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Research Interest:

Effects of physical agents such as temperature , electric fields, and ultrasound on biological systems; interactions between ultrasonic devices and biological tissues.

Dr. Mumtaz A. Dinno

Mumtaz A. Dinno
  • Professor
  • PhD., University of Louisville, 1973
  • Office Location: Howell E103A
  • Telephone: (252) 328-6934
  • Email: dinnom@ecu.edu


Publications:

Goodman, C., Joyce, J., Jalickee, S., Dinno, M. A., "Thermal and nonthermal effects of ultrasound",FASEB J., 10, A663 (1996)

Carrasquer, A., Yang, S., Shen, C., Schwartz, M., Dinno, M. A., Effect of Melittin on electrophysiological parameters in the frog cornea epithelium",Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. & Med.,211, 205 (1996)

Dinno, M. A., Al-Karmi, A. M., Stoltz, D. A., Matthews, J. C. and Crum, L. A. "Effect of free radical scavengers on changes in ionic conductance during exposure to therapeutic ultrasound.",Membrane Biochem.,10, 237 (1994).

Al-Karmi, A. M., Dinno, M. A., Stoltz, D. A., Crum, L. A., and Matthews, J. C., "Calcium and the effects of ultrasound on frog skin.",J.Ultrasound in Med. Bio.,20, 73 (1994.)

Crum, L.A., Roy, R. A., Dinno, M. A., Church, C. C., Apfel, R. E., Holland, C. K., and Madanshetty, S. I., "Acoustic cavitation produced by microsecond pulses of ultrasound: adiscussion of some selected results",Acoust.. Soc. Am.,91, 1113 (1992).

Dinno, M.A. and Armstrong, W. McD., ed., "Membrane Biophysics III: Biological Transport." New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.; 1988. 

Dinno, M.A., Callahan, A.B., and Rozzell, T.C.,ed., "Membrane Biophysics II: Physical Methods in the Study of Epithelia.", New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.; 1983 

Dinno, M.A. and Callahan, A. B., ed., "Membrane Biophysics I: Structure and Function in Epithelia.", New York: Alan R. Liss, Inc.; 1981