K . Senthilvel

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A cross-sectional study was conducted using 150 blood samples collected from apparently normal / healthy crossbred cattle of Northern Kerala, South India, for detection of haemoprotozoan infections using staining techniques (Giemsa and Acridine Orange) and specific PCR. Theileria like piroplasms and Babesia bigemina were the only protozoan organisms(More)
The objective of the present study is to determine the phylogenetic position of the Theileria organisms in blood of cattle of southern India using molecular tools. Theileria annulata (Namakkal isolate, Tamil Nadu) and three Theileria field isolates (free of T. annulata) from Wayanad, Kerala (Wayanad 1, 2, 3) were used. The small subunit ribosomal RNA (SSU(More)
-Mining frequent itemsets is an active area in data mining that aims at searching interesting relationships between items in databases. It can be used to address to a wide variety of problems such as discovering association rules, sequential patterns, correlations and much more. Existing methods often generate a huge set of potential high utility item sets(More)
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