R. CAROLINE NIRMALA

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Epilepsy is a second common neurological disorders characterized by repeated seizures. This is a genetic disorder caused by mutation in Laforin, encoded by the EPM2Agene. Laforin is a protein mutated in patients with Lafora disease. This contains a dual specificity phosphatase domain (DSP) and a carbohydrate binding module subtype 20 (CBM20). To develop(More)
BACKGROUND While dealing with mixed in vitro lymphocyte cultures one is faced with the problem of relative contributions of different populations to the activity being studied. This is especially true in the controversy relating to the contributions of lymphocyte sub-populations to the Lymphokine Activated Killer (LAK) phenomenon. Flowcytometry can be used(More)
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