Ijen Bhattacharya

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Material & Method: 60 MI subjects (age group 30-60 years) were taken for the study and 60 healthy individuals served as controls. In-vitro vitamin E supplementation in the blood samples of MI subjects were performed and above mentioned parameters were estimated by using standard methods. Data was compared statistically by using student t-test. Result:(More)
Free radicals and subsequent damage in the form of lipid peroxidation have been implicated in the pathogenesis of variety of cardiovascular diseases including essential hypertension. However, its precise etiology is unknown. These free radicals are effectively controlled by antioxidants but under pathophysiological condition these antioxidant level changes(More)
Background: Physical exercise is the performance of some activity in order to develop or maintain physical fitness and overall health. Exercise induce proteinuria is generally benign and a function of the intensityrather than the duration of the exercise. Quantification using a 24 hours urine collection for protein is being replaced by the urine protein(More)
Calpain-10 (CAPN10) is a cysteine protease that is known to hydrolyze specific substrates significant for calcium-regulated signaling pathways and it's activated by intracellular calcium (Ca). The calpain10 is known to be involved in the cellular degenerative processes that characterize several diseases such as cancer, stroke and heart attack. The role of(More)
The prevalence of allergic rhinitis (AR) increases continuously worldwide. Among various factors, excessive production of free radicals has been implicated in the development of allergic rhinitis. The objectives of present study were to ascertain the plasma total antioxidant activity (TAA) and erythrocyte malondialdehyde (MDA) levels in allergic rhinitis,(More)
It has been well accepted that oxidative stress plays a crucial role in the pathogenesis of various chronic diseases including rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Although some studies suggest that uric acid as an important factor in precipitation of disease process by inducing inflammation, there is no satisfactory explanation for its role in disease complexity.(More)
Objectives: Ethnic heterogeneity is reported to be one of the causes of variation regarding the effect of obesity as a risk of chronic diseases. Indians with their unique ethnic background may prove to be good subjects of study to demonstrate whether serum adiponectin level could act as a marker of ethnic diversity. Materials and Methods: Among the 1500(More)
Background: Diabetes is a metabolic epidemic that causes vascular complications. The presence of oxidative stress in diabetes patients and the preventive role of vitamins therapy have been reported by many researchers. Vitamins supplementation improves antioxidant defense system in diabetes patients. Aim: To study the effect of vitamin E and C(More)