Prabir Mukhopadhyay

Simit Kumar3
Mitali Chatterjee3
Maitreyi Bandyopadhyay2
Parthajit Banerjee2
Sumon Poddar2
3Simit Kumar
3Mitali Chatterjee
2Maitreyi Bandyopadhyay
2Parthajit Banerjee
2Sumon Poddar
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Aeromonads are rarely associated with human intestinal and extra-intestinal diseases and syndromes, ranging from relatively mild illnesses such as acute gastroenteritis to life-threatening conditions, including septicemia, necrotizing fasciitis, and myonecrosis. Among the aeromonas species known to cause human infection, Aeromonas caviae has been associated(More)
Twenty-seven right-handed male university students participated in this study, which comprised a full factorial model consisting of three forearm rotation angles (60% prone and supine and neutral range of motion), three elbow angles (45 degrees , 90 degrees and 135 degrees ), three upper arm angles (45 degrees flexion/extension and neutral), one exertion(More)
Linezolid provides high rates of the clinical cure and microbiological success in complicated infections due to Enterococcus spp., including vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium. However, the emergence of resistance during linezolid treatment has been reported for clinical strains of Enterococcus, which is alarming given the fact that, this leaves the(More)
There have been only a few reported human cases of infections caused by Serratia rubidae in literature. Among these sparse cases there is only one reported case of urinary tract infection (UTI) due to S. rubidae in literature. The organism is known to produce a red pigment known as prodigiosin. We report a case of UTI caused by S. rubidae in a diabetic(More)
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