Dorairaj Sudarsanam

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Frontline research progresses the applicability of bone marrow and adipose tissue in regenerative medicine, but fails to account for the functional improvement of the diseased. The justification for the failure in terms of stem cell survival, proliferation and regeneration is unclear. However, hyperglycemia rising during pathological conditions might be one(More)
The immense potency of nutritional components of human breast milk and importance of breastfeeding is known worldwide. Recent researches had identified stem cells as integral component of human breast milk. Nevertheless, there is little proof of evidence on the stem cell constituents of breast milk. It is imperative to explore the cellular constituents of(More)
Diabetes mellitus is a lifestyle disorder that is rapidly becoming a major threat to populations all over the globe. Over the past 30 years, the status of diabetes has changed from being considered as a mild lifestyle disorder of the elderly to one of the major causes of morbidity and mortality, affecting people of all ages. India is slated to be the(More)
Diabetes mellitus, a widespread metabolic disorder, is caused by a deficiency of insulin or by a resistance to insulin and characterized by hyperglycemia. G-proteins, a class of signaling molecules, are involved in the signaling pathway of insulin. Any defect in the G-proteins leads to a defect in the GNB3 gene, coding for a Gprotein that has been(More)
Schatzki first reported a ring-like structure at the esophagogastric mucosal junction in 1953. There is still no uniform agreement as to its exact location, etiology, or clinical importance. We found an esophagogastric ring in 15% to 18% of 22,368 patients having routine upper gastrointestinal examinations. It was present only in patients with cephalad(More)
Histological examination of lymph-node biopsy specimens in 12 patients with erythema nodosum leprosum showed almost complete replacement of the node by lepromatous granuloma, together with considerable polymorph infiltration. Ziehl-Neelsen staining demonstrated numerous Mycobacterium leprae present in the nodes. The majority of these patients were very ill,(More)