Kiran T. Nath

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The effect of a sub-lethal concentration of 64 ppm (2.279 x 10(-4) mol l-1) of nickel sulphate (NiSO4.7H2O) on the gill of a freshwater tropical perch, Colisa fasciatus, was investigated after 96 h exposure. Prominent changes noticed were: hypertrophy of respiratory and mucous cells; separation of the epithelial layer from the pillar cell system;(More)
In this paper, we propose a distributed load balancing using association control, especially for Tactical Information Communication Networks (TICNs). We develop a scheme for effectively balancing the load at the Base Stations (BSs), where a BS’s load represents the amount of resources utilized by a BS, thus minimizing the blocking probability as well as the(More)
The effect of hexavalent chromium on the static bioassay was examined. The LC0, LC50 and LC100 values at 24, 48, 72 and 96 h were determined. At 96 h, the LC50 value was found to be 60 mg l-1 or 6.000 x 10(-4) mol l-1. The impact of a sublethal concentration of 48 ppm on the liver glycogen and blood glucose levels was investigated during 3-96 h. Liver(More)
Introduction: Melanoma is an increasingly common, potentially fatal form of skin cancer; it accounts for approximately 4% of skin cancer cases but for 80% of all skin cancer deaths (1). In general, this disease is not responsive to radiation therapy or most forms of chemotherapy. Surgical excision is the only proven therapy that leads to cureif the cancer(More)
We report a case of a fifty-two-year old gentleman who presented with a history of early satiety after meals altered bowel habits for 1 month and fever for 2 weeks. On local examination, an intra-abdominal, non-tender, variegated swelling was found extending from left hypochondrium to the epigastric region. Contrast enhanced CT scan showed a heterogeneous(More)
In 1953, Poulsen described the remarkable case of a woman with type I diabetes mellitus who experienced resolution of her retinopathy following postpartum pituitary necrosis. Since that time, many investigators have pursued the hypothesis that anterior pituitary hormones, particularly growth hormone, play a role in the pathogenesis of the microvascular(More)
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