G Rajasekharan Pillai

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Pharmacometricians are virtually nonexistent in Africa and the developing world. The unrelenting burden of infectious diseases, which are often treated using medicines with narrow effectiveness and safety dose ranges, and the growing prevalence and recognition of non-communicable diseases represent significant threats for the patients, although affording an(More)
Collagenous spherulosis is a rare entity usually seen in association with benign breast lesions. It is often picked up incidentally with a reported incidence of about 0.2% in cytological material. There are very few reports describing cytomorphological features of collagenous spherulosis. To the best of our knowledge this is the only case reported from the(More)
Ultraviolet (UV) treatment of water is known to be an effective means for reducing bacterial concentrations. While previous research has typically focused on UV treatment efficiency for disinfection of drinking water, the utility of this technology in treating more turbid samples is less clear. This study investigates the use of UV treatment for the(More)
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