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Identifying Adverse Remodeling in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Phenotypes Role of Left Atrial Parameters

Dutt S, Tandon R, Sondh MS, Bansal N, Singh G, Mohan B, Singh B, Wander GS

Objective: Documenting adverse remodeling in absence of left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) obstruction and mitral regurgitation in a classical hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCMP) phenotype is difficult. Changes in the left atrium...
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Acute Intestinal Ischemia in a Patient with COVID-19 Infection

Singh B, Mechineni A, Kaur P, Ajdir N, Maroules M, Shamoon F, Bikkina M

The World Health Organization has declared novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) a global public health emergency. Although respiratory symptoms predominate in COVID-19, thrombosis can occur in patients with COVID-19. This...
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Comparison Between Sodium Acetate and Sodium Chloride in Parenteral Nutrition for Very Preterm Infants on the Acid-Base Status and Neonatal Outcomes

Ali A, Ong EY, Singh BKS, Cheah FC

Purpose: To compare between sodium acetate (SA) and sodium chloride (SC) in parenteral nutrition (PN) with associated metabolic acidosis and neonatal morbidities in preterm infants. Methods: Preterm infants below 33 weeks...
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Omega 3 Fatty Acids and COVID-19:A Comprehensive Review

Hathaway III D, Pandav K, Patel M, Riva-Moscoso A, Singh BM, Patel A, Chi Min Z, Singh-Makkar S, Khawar Sana M, Sanchez-Dopazo R, Desir R, Mourad Fahem MM, Manella S, Rodriguez I, Alvarez A, Abreu R

The rapid international spread of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 responsible for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) has posed a global health emergency in 2020. It has affected over 52...
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Diagnostic Evaluation of Non-Interpretable Results Associated with rpoB Gene in Genotype MTBDRplus Ver 2.0

Singh BK, Sharma R, Kodan P, Soneja M, Jorwal P, Nischal N, Biswas A, Sarin S, Ramachandran R, Wig N

Background: Line probe assay (LPA) is standard diagnostic tool to detect multidrug resistant tuberculosis. Noninterpretable (NI) results in LPA (complete missing or light wild-type 3 and 8 bands with no...
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Oral Immunization of FMDV Vaccine Using pH-Sensitive and Mucoadhesive Thiolated Cellulose Acetate Phthalate Microparticles

Lee HB, Yoon SY, Singh B, Oh SH, Cui L, Yan C, Kang SK, Choi YJ, Cho CS

Several barriers such as gastric pH, enzymatic degradation and rapid transit should be overcome to orally deliver antigens for taking up by epithelial microfold cells in Peyer's patches of small...
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Local Delivery of CTGF siRNA with Poly(sorbitol-co-PEI) Reduces Scar Contraction in Cutaneous Wound Healing

Cho KH, Singh B, Maharjan1 , Jang Y, Choi YJ, Cho CS

Healing process in scarring inevitably produces a considerable amount of non-organized dense collagen-rich matrix called scar thus impairing the native structure of skin. Connective tissue growth factor (CTGF) overexpression within...
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Expression of von Willebrand factor, pulmonary intravascular macrophages, and Toll-like receptors in lungs of septic foals

Harrison J, Quanstrom , Robinson A, Wobeser B, Anderson S, Singh B

Sepsis causes significant mortality in neonatal foals; however, there is little data describing the cellular and molecular pathways of lung inflammation in septic foals. This study was conducted to characterize...
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Mycoherbicidal Potential of Phaeoacremonium italicum, A New Pathogen of Eichhornia crassipes Infesting Harike Wetland, India

Singh B, Saxena S, Meshram V, Kumar M

Mycoherbicides are exclusive biotechnology products which offer a non-chemical solution to control noxious weeds on the land as well as aquatic in systems, viz a viz saving environment from hazardous...
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Gene Therapy for Bone Tissue Engineering

Kim YD, Pofali P, Park TE, Singh B, Cho K, Maharjan S, Dandekar P, Jain R, Choi YJ, Arote R, Cho CS

Gene therapy holds a great promise and has been extensively investigated to improve bone formation and regeneration therapies in bone tissue engineering. A variety of osteogenic genes can be delivered...
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Kojic Acid Peptide: A New Compound with Anti-Tyrosinase Potential

Singh BK, Park SH, Lee HB, Goo YA, Kim HS, Cho SH, Lee JH, Ahn GW, Kim JP, Kang SM, Kim EK

BACKGROUND: Kojic acid was used for decades in the cosmetic industry as an antimelanogenic agent. However, there are two major drawbacks of Kojic acid, one is cytotoxicity and second are...
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Assessment of swallowing and masticatory performance in obturator wearers: a clinical study

Vero N, Mishra N, Singh BP, Singh K, Jurel SK, Kumar V

PURPOSE: To assess function by identifying changes in swallowing and masticatory performance in maxillary obturator prosthesis wearers. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Sixty subjects were recruited for the study, of which 20 were...
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A rare variant angioarchitecture of upper abdomen

Singh B, Anand M, Gupta S

Vascular anomalies are frequently encountered in abdomen. But they are usually asymptomatic and diagnosed accidently during angiography or surgery leading into severe complications. Thus knowledge of angioarchitecture in abdomen, whether...
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Assessment of the quality of life in maxillectomy patients: A longitudinal study

Kumar P, Alvi HA, Rao J, Singh BP, Jurel SK, Kumar L, Aggarwal H

PURPOSE: To longitudinally assess the quality of life in maxillectomy patients rehabilitated with obturator prosthesis. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Thirty-six subjects were enrolled in the span of 16 months, out of which...
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Isolation and genetic characterization of Japanese encephalitis virus from equines in India

Gulati BR, Singha H, Singh BK, Virmani N, Kumar S, Singh RK

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is an important vector-borne viral disease of humans and horses in Asia. JE outbreaks occur regularly amongst humans in certain parts of India and sporadic cases occur...
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Effect of sociodemographic variables on complete denture satisfaction

Singh BP, Pradhan KN, Tripathi A, Tua R, Tripathi S

PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of sociodemographic factors on quality of satisfaction towards denture treatment. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One hundred subjects (filling inclusion criteria) who...
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Serosurveillance for Japanese encephalitis virus infection among equines in India

Gulati BR, Singha H, Singh BK, Virmani N, Khurana SK, Singh RK

The seroprevalence of Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) among equines was evaluated from January 2006 to December 2009 in 13 different states of India by hemagglutination inhibition (HI) test and virus...
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Multiple Skeletal Muscle Metastases in a Case of Transitional Cell Carcinoma of Bladder Detected by F-18 FDG PET/CT

Kashyap R, Mittal BR, Chakraborty D, Bhattacharya A, Singh B

  • KMID: 2313127
  • Nucl Med Mol Imaging.
  • 2010 Dec;44(4):297-299.
We present a case of poorly differentiated muscle invasive transitional cell carcinoma in a 64-year-old male diagnosed with FDG-avid mass in the urinary bladder wall and multiple skeletal muscles visualised...
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Artificial Screening for Black Rot Resistance Based on Different Disease Parameter in Early Cauliflower

Pandey KK, Pandey PK, Singh B

India has maximum genetic materials in early cauliflower, which grow in subtropical conditions. Different disease parameters like linear growth, maximum growth rate per day, AUDPC, apparent infection rate and percent...
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