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Consumer Response to Information and Second-Generation Genetically Modified Food in India
This study investigates the Indian market for GM wheat. First, we address the obvious valuation and acceptance questions for Indian consumers. Then we investigate the extent to which the provision ofExpand
Prostate-specific membrane antigen-based imaging.
Ab and small molecule imaging exemplified by PSMA targeting have the greatest potential to improve diagnostic sensitivity and specificity in CaP imaging. Expand
Risk Factors for MDR and XDR-TB in a Tertiary Referral Hospital in India
Analysis of clinical and demographic risk factors associated with isolation of MDR and XDR TB as compared to susceptible controls in India found local patients and those requiring financial subsidies may be at lower risk of XDR-TB. Expand
Rifampcin-induced Thrombocytopaenia Purpura.
A 28-year-old resident doctor with no past history of having taken rifampicin presented with thrombocytoapaenic purpura occurring after the initiation of anti-tuberculosis therapy for tubercular lymphadenopathy. Expand
Isolated Splenic Metastasis from Rectal Carcinoma: A Rare Occurrence
The case of a young woman, in whom an isolated metastatic lesion in the spleen was discovered 9 months after adjuvant chemotherapy for stage III rectal adenocarcinoma, is reported, the fourth reported case in the English literature. Expand
Prostate Specific Membrane Antigen-Based Diagnostics
In the absence of a clinically useful initial diagnostic imaging modality, biochemical tests (prostate specific antigen (PSA), digital rectal exam, and TRUS (Transrectal Ultrasound)-guided biopsy have been widely adopted for initial diagnosis. Expand
Percutaneous Cryoablation of Renal Masses