Puthiya Mundayat Gopinath

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Studies were carried out in a group of 20 young male subjects to investigate the changes in chemoreceptor sensitivity during acclimatization to altitude. Their hypoxic sensitivity and carbon dioxide sensitivity were studied at Delhi, during acclimatization at 3500 m, and on return to sea level. Similar studies were also done in a group of 10 acclimatized(More)
This study was undertaken to investigate the mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) variation in non-malignant and malignant cervical tissue samples. We have identified 229 and 739 variations non-malignant and malignant tissues respectively distributed over 321 locations in the D-loop (50 in non-malignant and 166 in malignant; 216 variations), coding region (139 in(More)
BACKGROUND The human papillomavirus (HPV) and its variants show wide geographical distribution and have been reported to cause cervical lesions. With cervical neoplasia as the leading cancer in Indian women, the aim of the present study was to evaluate the multiple infection HPV type distribution and variant genotypes in cervical samples from the coastal(More)
Effect of systematic physical training at moderate altitude (1850 m) on hypoxic tolerance was estimated on a group of young soldiers, by determining the Time of Useful Consciousness (TUC) at a simulated altitude of 7620 m in a hypobaric chamber together with the Critical Flicker Frequency (CFF) test. The subjects, after initial testing at Delhi (near sea(More)