Banibrata Mukherjee

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17 examples of genetically controlled variation of LDH have been encountered in a survey of 1331 Indian blood samples collected in Calcutta and Madras. 15 of the variants (10 in Calcutta and 5 in Madras) were identical and have been given the trivial name ‘Calcutta-1’. The other 2 examples were found in Madras and have been called ‘Madras-1’. ‘Calcutta-1’(More)
A survey of serum Pi, Cp, Hp and Tf was carried out in 104 Bengali Hindu Mahishya and 123 Bengali Muslim of West Bengal, India. The frequency of PiM allel was very high (over 99%) in both populations. The alleles CpA or CpB are rare in Indian populations, but have been detected in the present study. The Hp1 gene frequencies obtained in both populations was(More)
In continuing our studies on the incidence of the genetically determined variants of Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) among the Indian populations, it has been possible to collect some suitable material presented here to examine the question of caste and age variations in the incidence rates of the commonly occurring variant, LDH Cal-1, among the Bengali Hindu.(More)
In this paper a study on reduction of mutual coupling of two element microstrip antenna array with rectangular split ring shaped defected ground structure(DGS) is presented. The proposed DGS antenna is simulated by MOM based IE3D simulation software. An observation is made on S12 by changing the dimension of the defects and distance between the antenna(More)
Over 900 individuals from ten endogamous groups in the Indian states of Maharashtra and West Bengal were studied for G-6-PD deficiency and haemoglobin variants. The incidence of G-6-PD varied from nil to 17.3%, while that of Hb-S varied from nil to 22.3%. In general, the tribal populations of Maharashtra are characterized by the presence of a high incidence(More)
LDH variants were tested for in 392 bloods samples taken from Christian and non-Christian Munda groups, of Ranchi, Bihar by the “filter paper technique”. Six cases of LDH Cal-1 variant were detected (1.53%). This result is compared with that obtained in Hindu upper caste and Hindu lower caste of West Bengal, and the Munda population was found to be closer(More)
A total of 1241 blood samples from 15 Dhangar groups — a semi-nomadic population, were studied by starch gel electrophoresis for haptoglobin and acid phosphatase types. The gene frequencies for Hp1 in 12 of the 15 groups studied are between 0.0715 - U. 1913 and they are homogeneous-among themselves, but significantly differ from the remaining three. The(More)
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