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   2008| July  | Volume 128 | Issue 1  
    Online since May 4, 2011

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Isolation of Mycobacterium bovis & M. tuberculosis from cattle of some farms in north India--possible relevance in human health
K Srivastava, DS Chauhan, P Gupta, HB Singh, VD Sharma, VS Yadav, Sreekumaran , SS Thakral, JS Dharamdheeran, P Nigam, HK Prasad, VM Katoch
July 2008, 128(1):26-31
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Incidence of Haemophilus influenzae type b meningitis in India
S Minz, V Balraj, MK Lalitha, N Murali, T Cherian, G Manoharan, S Kadirvan, A Joseph, MC Steinhoff
July 2008, 128(1):57-64
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Antifilarial activity of Caesalpinia bonducella against experimental filarial infections
RL Gaur, MK Sahoo, S Dixit, N Fatma, S Rastogi, DK Kulshreshtha, RK Chatterjee, PK Murthy
July 2008, 128(1):65-70
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Targeting protein acetylation for improving cancer therapy
BS Dwarakanath, A Verma, AN Bhatt, VS Parmar, HG Raj
July 2008, 128(1):13-21
Acetylation is one of the most important post-translational modification of proteins determining the structure, function and intracellular localization that plays an important role in the signal transduction pathways related to diverse cell functions, both during unstimulated and stress conditions. Protein acetylation in cells is regulated by a co-ordinated action of histone acetyl transferases (HAT) and histone deacetylases(HDAC) that ensures the maintenance of homeostasis and execution of activities related to damage response viz. DNA repair, cell cycle delay, apoptosis and senescence. Since inhibition of histone deacetylation, stalls the progress of many nuclear events including proliferation and damage response events on the one hand and the levels of deacetylases are elevated in many tumours on the other. Histone deacetylase has been among the targets for the development of anticancer drugs and adjuvant. The recent observation showing acetylation of proteins by calreticulin (an endoplasmic reticulum resident protein) with a high efficiency when polyphenolic acetates are the acetyl group donating molecules and acetyl CoA as weak substrate extends the realm of protein acetylation beyond HAT/HDAC combination. Elucidation of the relative roles of HAT/HDAC mediated acetylation viz. a calreticulin mediated acetylation in cell function under a variety of stress conditions would hold key to the design of drugs targeting protein acetylation system.
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Biological control of mosquito populations through frogs : opportunities & constrains
K Raghavendra, P Sharma, AP Dash
July 2008, 128(1):22-25
The use of frogs and tadpoles for disease vector control is still largely unexplored. Frogs are an important part of the ecosystem with a role for insect and pest control including mosquitoes. Available information suggests the existence of many direct and indirect factors affecting the growth and survival of both prey and predators. Other controphic species that have influence on this relationship also show considerable effect. Still, the associations of different prey and predator relationships in the environment to assess the feasibility of use of a species as biocontrol agent for vector control and management. However, frogs cannot be used as an independent intervention for disease vector control and more research is needed to use them effectively for mosquito control.
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Detection & management of anaemia in pregnancy in an urban primary health care institution
Anshu Sharma, Rita Patnaik, Suman Garg, Prema Ramachandran
July 2008, 128(1):45-51
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Impact of amphotericin-B in the treatment of kala-azar on the incidence of PKDL in Bihar, India
CP Thakur, A Kumar, G Mitra, S Thakur, PK Sinha, P Das, SK Bhattacharya, A Sinha
July 2008, 128(1):38-44
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PKDL - a drug related phenomenon?
Simon L Croft
July 2008, 128(1):10-11
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Investigation of a hepatitis A outbreak in children in an urban slum in Vellore, Tamil Nadu, using geographic information systems
Thuppal V Sowmyanarayanan, A Mukhopadhya, BP Gladstone, R Sarkar, G Kang
July 2008, 128(1):32-37
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Prevalence & predictors of alcohol use among college students in Ludhiana, Punjab, India
V Khosla, KR Thankappan, GK Mini, PS Sarma
July 2008, 128(1):79-81
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NACO must clean up phony NGOs in India
D Gene Pace, O Bagasra
July 2008, 128(1):87-88
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Malaria in the South-East Asia region : myth & the reality
Jai P Narain
July 2008, 128(1):1-3
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Detection & molecular confirmation of a focus of Plasmodium malariae in Arunachal Pradesh, India
PK Mohapatra, A Prakash, DR Bhattacharyya, BK Goswami, A Ahmed, B Sarmah, J Mahanta
July 2008, 128(1):52-56
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Expression of cell surface markers on methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus stimulated lymphocytes
I Fidan, E Yesilyurt, B Erdal, S Yolbakan, T Imir
July 2008, 128(1):71-78
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Changing epidemiology of hepatitis A infection
A Gupta, Y Chawla
July 2008, 128(1):7-9
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Solution to contentious issue of Article 31(f) of TRIPS agreement
MD Janodia, D Sreedhar, VS Ligade, N Udupa
July 2008, 128(1):84-85
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Natural reservoir, zoonotic tuberculosis & interface with human tuberculosis : an unsolved question
Mridula Bose
July 2008, 128(1):4-6
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Rolling back malaria is possible
V Dev, GC Doley, AP Dash
July 2008, 128(1):82-83
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Amendment of Article 31(f) is far from a 'solution'
Sadhana Srivastava, K Satyanarayana
July 2008, 128(1):85-86
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Some forthcoming scientific events

July 2008, 128(1):91-91
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Global tuberculosis control 2008: Surveillance, planning, financing
D Behera
July 2008, 128(1):89-90
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July 2008, 128(1):91-91
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