K. Jain

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Several new approaches for detecting malicious attacks on computer systems and/or confining untrusted or malicious applications have emerged over the past several years. These techniques often rely on the fact that when a system is attacked from a remote location over a network, damage can ultimately be inflicted only via system calls made by processes(More)
  • S. J. Anthony, J. A. St. Leger, E. Liang, A. L. Hicks, M. D. Sanchez-Leon, K. Jain +8 others
  • 2015
UNLABELLED Describing the viral diversity of wildlife can provide interesting and useful insights into the natural history of established human pathogens. In this study, we describe a previously unknown picornavirus in harbor seals (tentatively named phopivirus) that is related to human hepatitis A virus (HAV). We show that phopivirus shares several genetic(More)
BACKGROUND Circadian variation in renal toxicity of aminoglycosides has been demonstrated in animal and human studies. People with CF are frequently prescribed aminoglycosides. Altered pharmacokinetics of aminoglycosides are predictive of toxicity. AIM To investigate whether the time of day of aminoglycoside administration modulates renal excretion of(More)
Aspergillus niger FETL FT3, a local extracellular tannase producer strain that was isolated from one of dumping sites of tannin-rich barks of Rhizophora apiculata in Perak, Malaysia. This fungus was cultivated in 250 mL Erlenmeyer flask under submerged fermentation system. Various physical parameters were studied in order to maximize the tannase production.(More)
Grid computing provides the effective sharing of computational and storage resources among geographically distributed users. In most of the organizations, there are large amounts of underutilized computing power and storage existing. On the other hand most desktop machines are busy less than 5 percent of the time. Grid computing provides a framework for(More)
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