Praveen Kishore Sahu

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Cerebral malaria is a severe neuropathological complication of Plasmodium falciparum infection. It results in high mortality and post-recovery neuro-cognitive disorders in children, even after appropriate treatment with effective anti-parasitic drugs. While the complete landscape of the pathogenesis of cerebral malaria still remains to be elucidated,(More)
Tardive dyskinesia is hyperkinetic movement disorder in which repetitive involuntary movements. Preclinical studies for tardive dyskinesia require use of large amount of animals. In order to reduce animal use, principle of refinement is used in the present research. Albino rats were used as animal model. Different drugs were used to induce orofacial(More)
Coexistence of thalassemia, hemoglobinopathies and malaria has interested geneticists over many decades. The present study represents such a population from the eastern Indian state of Orissa. Children and their siblings (n=38) were genotyped for β-thalassemia mutations and genotype-phenotype correlation was determined. The major genotype was IVS 1.5(More)
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