Arijit Sarkar

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An experimental model of massive small bowel resection and colonic autograft in an antiperistaltic fashion in between the remnants of jejunum and ileum was developed in Rhesus monkeys. The gross morphological changes showed significant (p less than 0.001) lengthening and dilatation of the remnant jejunum, ileum and the colonic graft. Hypertrophy and(More)
The intestinal uptake of zinc was studied in Rhesus monkeys, after 80% small bowel resection and colon interposition in between the remnant jejunum and the ileum. The hair and serum zinc levels decreased in the early postoperative period and gradually attained normal values after three months postoperatively. A significant increase in the zinc uptake was(More)
The efficacy and toxicity of free and liposome intercalated amphotericin-B (Amp-B) in controlling Aspergillosis, caused byAspergillus fumigatus in BALB/c mice were studied. Liposomal Amp-B had higher LD50 (8.1 mg/kg) as compared to that of the free drug (1.2 mg/kg). An improvement in the therapeutic index of the drug was observed with liposomal formulation(More)
BACKGROUND Gingival biotype is the thickness of the gingiva in the faciopalatal dimension. It has a significant impact on the outcome of the restorative, regenerative and implant therapy. It has been suggested that a direct co-relation exists with the susceptibility of gingival recession followed by any surgical procedure. So, the study was aimed to assess(More)
We consider the drying of latex dispersions containing submicrometer-sized particles dispersed in water. It is well known that the consolidation of colloidal particles is influenced by a number of factors such as particle size and shape and interparticle potential. In this work, we focus on the effect of surface charge on the consolidation front. Recent(More)
The pattern of oxalate uptake in various segments of the bowel has been studied after 80% small bowel resection and antiperistaltic colon interposition in Rhesus monkeys. The levels of urinary oxalate excretion were significantly raised in the immediate postoperative period, with progressive reduction at six and 12 months. None of the animals developed(More)