S. A. S. Biraj Mohan Das Gupta

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distant resemblances to yellow fever, to icterohsemorrhagic jaundice and to the relapsing fevers; to its proved Acdes (Stegomyia) transmission (Cleland, Bradley and McDonald, 1916; and Chandler and Rice, 1923) and possible Calex transmission (Graham, 1903; Craig, 1907); to the very considerable volume of experimental work upon the virus of dengue attended(More)
Moving object detection has been widely used in diverse discipline such as intelligent transportation systems, airport security systems, video monitoring systems, and so on. In this paper, we propose an efficient moving object detection method using enhanced edge localization mechanism and gradient directional masking for video surveillance system. In our(More)
This paper has described use of different types of planar electromagnetic sensors to test integrity of currency coins from several different countries. Three types of planar electromagnetic sensors, Mesh, Meander and Interdigital configuration have been used for testing. An effective method to test the integrity of coins using these three types of sensors(More)
To address how eukaryotic replication forks respond to fork stalling caused by strong noncovalent protein–DNA barriers, we engineered the controllable Fob-block system in Saccharomyces cerevisiae. This system allows us to strongly induce and control replication fork barriers (RFB) at their natural location within the rDNA. We discover a pivotal role for the(More)
TABAK, HENRY H. (Robert A. Taft Sanitary Engineering Center, Cincinnati, Ohio), CECIL W. CHAMBERS, AND PAUL W. KABLER. Microbial metabolism of aromatic carbon compounds. I. Decomposition of phenolic compounds and aromatic hydrocarbons by phenol-adapted bacteria. J. Bacteriol. 87:910-919. 1964.-Bacteria from soil and related environments were selected or(More)
S. A. S. BIRAJ MOHAN DAS GUPTA, Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. A paper read at the Medical Research Section of the Indian Science Congress, Lucknow, January 1923. Now that the earlier views of Schaudinn (1902) on malarial relapse as being due to a production of merozoites by parthenogenesis on the part of the macrogametocytes,? (a process(More)