Chhanda Datta

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Salmonella typhi in the bowel of a patient with enteric fever treated with chloramphenicol and later co-trimoxazole acquired resistance to these drugs. Chloramphenicol and sulphonamide resistances were determined by one plasmid, of IncH, whose carriage also changed the Vi phage type. Trimethoprim resistance was determined by a transposon, Tn7, carried in(More)
Lewandowsky and Lutz dysplasia, also known as epidermodysplasia verruciformis (EV), is an inherited disorder in which there is widespread and persistent infection with human papilloma virus, defect in cell-mediated immunity and propensity for malignant transformation. Differential clinical and histopathologic evolutions of lesions in two cases of familial(More)
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