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A NEW FUNGUS ON CYPERUS IRIA
Duosporium cyperi gen. et sp. nov., collected on Cyperus iria Linn., is characterized by the production of 2 types of conidia, macroconidia and microconidia. The macroconidia are straight,Expand
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Antibody formation against Vibrio cholerae by mesenteric lymph node cell transfer.
The intravenous transfer of mesenteric lymph node cells from intragastrically immunized donors led to the appearance of agglutinins in the sera of recipients. Other lymph node cells from these donorsExpand
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Occupational exposure of electrical utility linemen to pentachlorophenol.
Occupational exposure to pentachlorophenol (PCP) for a crew of electrical utility linemen was monitored over a 6-month period by using total PCP in urine per gram of creatinine as a biologicalExpand
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Trace element studies on six species of helminthosporium
Trace element studies were carried out on six species ofHelminthosporium—H. sativum P. K. B.,H. avenae Eidam,H. teres Sacc.,H. oryzae Br. de Haan,H. turcicum Pass., andH. sacchari (Br. de Haan)Expand
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Antibody formation against vibrio cholerae by mesenteric lymph node cells maintained in vitro.
  • K. S. Thind
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Japanese journal of medical science & biology
  • 1 August 1972
Studies conducted by us have revealed that sensitized mesenteric lymph node (MLN) cells from donors, when put into tissue culture system, proceed to form antibody in vitro. The antibody produced byExpand
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Cytopathogenicity of influenza viruses in chick mesoderm cell culture.
  • K. S. Thind
  • Medicine
  • The Indian journal of medical research
  • 1971
Effect of various trace elements on the growth and sporulation ofClaviceps Microcephala andMicroxyphiella hibiscifolia
Out of fifteen trace elements tested, Fe, Zn, Mn and Cu were found to be essential for the growth as well as sporulation ofClaviceps microcephala andMicroxyphiella hibiscifolia; Mo forC. microcephalaExpand
Influenza hemagglutination inhibition antibodies in Northern India.
  • K. S. Thind
  • Medicine
  • The Indian journal of medical research
  • 1971
A Synthetic Medium for Vibrio cholerae.
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