• Publications
  • Influence
Nonobese population in a developing country has a high prevalence of nonalcoholic fatty liver and significant liver disease
There is a significant prevalence of NAFL and potentially significant liver disease, including cryptogenic cirrhosis, in this predominantly nonobese, nonaffluent population in a developing country and NAFL will be a major determinant of future liver disease burden in countries of the developing world. Expand
Clouding behaviour in surfactant systems.
The systems containing anionic, cationic, nonionic surfactants as well as microemulsions have been reviewed with respect to their clouding phenomena and the effects of structural variation in the surfactant systems have been incorporated. Expand
Combustion-Derived Nanoparticles in Key Brain Target Cells and Organelles in Young Urbanites: Culprit Hidden in Plain Sight in Alzheimer's Disease Development.
Highly oxidative, ubiquitous CDNPs constitute a novel path into AD pathogenesis and exposed children and young adults need early neuroprotection and multidisciplinary prevention efforts to modify the course of AD at early stages. Expand
Concentration of precious metals during their recovery from electronic waste.
The generation of precious metals rich metallic phases demonstrates high temperature pyrolysis as a viable approach towards the recovery of precious metal from e-waste. Expand
3-D Image Denoising by Local Smoothing and Nonparametric Regression
This article proposes a novel 3-D image denoising procedure, based on nonparametric estimation of a3-D jump surface from noisy data, that works well in various applications and can preserve edges and major edge structures. Expand
Supramolecular coordination: self-assembly of finite two- and three-dimensional ensembles.
Fascination with supramolecular chemistry over the last few decades has led to the synthesis of an ever-increasing number of elegant and intricate functional structures with sizes that approachExpand
Prefrontal white matter pathology in air pollution exposed Mexico City young urbanites and their potential impact on neurovascular unit dysfunction and the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Characterizing the early NVU damage and identifying biomarkers of neurovascular dysfunction may provide a fresh insight into Alzheimer pathogenesis and open opportunities for pediatric neuroprotection. Expand
Cerebrospinal Fluid Biomarkers in Highly Exposed PM2.5 Urbanites: The Risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Diseases in Young Mexico City Residents.
CSF Aβ1-42, BDNF, α-synuclein, and TPrP changes are evolving in young Mexico City Metropolitan Area urbanites historically showing underperformance in cognitive processes, odor identification deficits, downregulation of frontal cellular PrP, and neuropathological AD and PD hallmarks. Expand
Comparative Study of Various Methods of Fetal Weight Estimation in Term Pregnancy
Easily measurable obstetric parameters with simple instruments requiring minimal manpower training are equally accurate as USG in predicting fetal weight. Expand
Structure and properties of some vegetable fibres
The mechanical properties of palmyrah and talipot fibres have been evaluated. Like other natural fibres, these fibres were also found to be viscoelastic in nature. The variation of the initialExpand