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[Wiley Series in Probability and Statistics] Order Statistics (David/Order Statistics) || Basic Distribution Theory
THE EFFECT OF REPEATED SWIMMING STRESS ON ORGAN WEIGHTS AND LIPID PEROXIDATION IN RATS
Stressful situations induce physiological and behavioral changes in an organism to maintain the homeostasis. Chronic stress exposure has detrimental effect on several cell functions. The present… Expand
Frequency and Significance of Minor Clinical Features in Various Age‐Related Subgroups of Atopic Dermatitis in Children
The frequency and significance of minor clinical features for the diagnosis of atopic dermatitis (AD) were evaluated in different age‐related subgroups of 100 children (up to 12 yrs) with AD and an… Expand
Molecular phylogeny of the nasuta subgroup of Drosophila based on 12S rRNA, 16S rRNA and CoI mitochondrial genes, RAPD and ISSR polymorphisms.
The nasuta subgroup is a cluster of morphologically almost similar forms with a wide range of geographic distribution. During the last three decades nature of inter-relationship among the members has… Expand
STRESS RESPONSES IN ALBINO RATS
Since antiquity, people have observed a complex relationship between alcohol and stress. Apart from stress response dampening effect, long-term ethanol is known to produce remarkable morphological… Expand
Leprosy presenting as macrocheilia.
Primary cutaneous cryptococcosis in an immune competent patient.
A 50-year-old female developed a swelling in the epigastrium which later ruptured to form a sinus. A diagnosis of primary cutaneous cryptococcosis was made with the help of histopathology and… Expand
An accurate and simple method for setting the magic angle for solid state NMR studies
Use of the deuterium NMR spectrum of a deuteriated solute dissolved in the nematic phase of a liquid crystal is suggested for setting the magic angle in solid state NMR. The use of the method as a… Expand
DOTS Awareness and the Myths and Misconceptions about DOTS among Medical Practitioners in Mysore
Background: Annually 2 million people in India develop Tuberculosis and 330,000 die. WHO-recommended DOTS strategy was pilot-tested in 1993 and launched as Revised National Tuberculosis Control… Expand
TAENIA INDUCED ILEAL PERFORATION AND PERITONITIS – A CASE REPORT
Taeniasolium induced ileal perforation is an unusual case of acute abdomen with confusing and non-specific clinical picture. This is a very common parasite in Tropical areas of the world, where pig… Expand