R. Sinha

C. E. Perrone2
J. Plummer2
T. Cooper2
I. Sinha2
F. Perodin2
2C. E. Perrone
2J. Plummer
2T. Cooper
2I. Sinha
2F. Perodin
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Pseudomonas putida is an uncommon opportunistic pathogen, usually susceptible to antimicrobial agents. Data concerning resistance to antimicrobial agents in clinical P. putida isolates are limited. To the best of our knowledge we report for the first time the isolation of NDM-1-producing multidrug-resistant P. putida from a case of acute gastroenteritis.(More)
Dietary methionine restriction (MR) improves healthspan in part by reducing adiposity and by increasing insulin sensitivity in rodent models. The purpose of this study was to determine whether MR inhibits tumor progression in breast cancer xenograft model and breast cancer cell lines. Athymic nude mice were injected with MCF10AT1 cells in Matrigel® and fed(More)
Frothy bloat is a serious metabolic disorder that affects stocker cattle grazing hard red winter wheat forage in the Southern Great Plains causing reduced performance, morbidity, and mortality. We hypothesize that a microbial dysbiosis develops in the rumen microbiome of stocker cattle when grazing on high quality winter wheat pasture that predisposes them(More)
Burkitt's lymphoma is the most frequent subtype of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in childhood. Radiographic findings are protean and can often overlap with other neoplastic and nonneoplastic processes. We present an unusual case of Burkitt's lymphoma in a 12-year-old boy presenting with a one-week history of urinary retention, dysuria, and "tailbone pain," as well(More)
Extended spectrum beta lactamase (ESBL) producing bacteria that are capable of hydrolyzing even third generation cephalosporin are emerging as a potent threat. We report a seven-year-old child on continuous ambulatory peritoneal dialysis, who developed ESBL producing Klebsiella pneumoniae peritonitis. The bacterium was resistant to the usual intraperitoneal(More)