Ranjan Satapathy

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A study of 131 patients with homozygous sickle cell (SS) disease in Orissa State, India, indicated that, compared with Jamaican patients, Indian patients have higher frequencies of alpha thalassaemia, higher fetal haemoglobin, total haemoglobin, and red cell counts, and lower mean cell volume, mean cell haemoglobin concentration, and reticulocyte counts.(More)
To further explore the cause for variation in hemoglobin F (Hb F) levels in sickle cell disease, the beta globin restriction-fragment length polymorphism haplotypes were determined in a total of 303 (126 SS, 141 AS, 17 S beta(0), 7 A beta, (0) and 12 AA) Indians from the state of Orissa. The beta(s) globin gene was found to be linked almost exclusively to a(More)
Serum creatine kinase levels were determined in 75 girls (age range, one month to 15 years) and 200 normal adult women (age range, 18 to 50 years). The values ranged from 12.5 to 80 IU/1 in girls and 19 to 155 IU/1 in adult females. The SCK level appeared to increase with age from 1 to 15 years, after which the level remained fairly constant. These data(More)
In the domain of Bio medical Natural Language Processing (Bio-NLP), the information extraction and context sentiment identification are treated as emerging tasks. Several linguistic features like negation, uni-gram, bi-gram, Part-of-Speech (POS) have been used to extract the medical concepts and their sense-based context level information. Thus, in the(More)
BACKGROUND The antiglobulin test is used to determine red blood cells (RBCs) having surface-bound immunoglobulin G (IgG) and/or complement (C3b, C3d, C4b, and C4d) free in serum or attached to antigens on RBCs. In such circumstances, the quality of the anti-human globulin (AHG) which is used in routine cross-match/indirect agglutination test plays a vital(More)