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Role of Gist and PHOG Features in Computer-Aided Diagnosis of Tuberculosis without Segmentation
Purpose Effective diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) relies on accurate interpretation of radiological patterns found in a chest radiograph (CXR). Lack of skilled radiologists and other resources,Expand
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Inhibition of store-operated calcium entry in microglia by helminth factors: implications for immune suppression in neurocysticercosis
BackgroundNeurocysticercosis (NCC) is a disease of the central nervous system (CNS) caused by the cestode Taenia solium. The infection exhibits a long asymptomatic phase, typically lasting 3 to 5Expand
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Techno-functional differentiation of two vitamin B12 producing Lactobacillus plantarum strains: an elucidation for diverse future use
An appropriate selection of Lactobacillus strain (probiotic/starter/functional) on the basis of its techno-functional characteristics is required before developing a novel fermented functional food.Expand
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Epigenetic Modulation of Microglial Inflammatory Gene Loci in Helminth-Induced Immune Suppression
In neurocysticercosis, parasite-induced immune suppressive effects are thought to play an important role in enabling site-specific inhibition of inflammatory responses to infections. It is axiomaticExpand
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Laboratory evaluation for the use of moorum and Ganga sand in wet mix macadam unbound base course
Moorum is fragmented weathered rock naturally occurring with varying proportions of silt and clay. It is considered as a low grade marginal material for road construction by codes and has generally aExpand
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Galectin-3 in M2 Macrophages Plays a Protective Role in Resolution of Neuropathology in Brain Parasitic Infection by Regulating Neutrophil Turnover
Macrophages/microglia with M2-activation phenotype are thought to play important anti-inflammatory and tissue reparative functions in the brain, yet the molecular bases of their functions in the CNSExpand
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Design, synthesis and in vitro anticancer evaluation of a stearic acid-based ester conjugate.
AIM Chemical synthesis and characterization of a lipophilic ester conjugate, propofol stearate and evaluation of its anticancer efficacy on human breast cancer cell lines MDA-MB-361, MCF-7 andExpand
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Helminth Induced Suppression of Macrophage Activation Is Correlated with Inhibition of Calcium Channel Activity
Helminth parasites cause persistent infections in humans and yet many infected individuals are asymptomatic. Neurocysticercosis (NCC), a disease of the central nervous system (CNS) caused by theExpand
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M1 Macrophage Polarization Is Dependent on TRPC1-Mediated Calcium Entry
Summary Macrophage plasticity is essential for innate immunity, but in-depth signaling mechanism(s) regulating their functional phenotypes are ill-defined. Here we report that interferon (IFN) γExpand
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Biophysical Interactions of Novel Oleic Acid Conjugate and its Anticancer Potential in HeLa Cells
Novel conjugate 2,6-Diisopropylphenol-Oleic acid (2,6P-OLA) has shown potent anticancer activity on various cancer cell lines (Khan et al. Lipids 47:973–986, 2012). In the present study, theExpand
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