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Indian Council of Medical Research: then and now.
  • S. Pandya
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Indian journal of medical ethics
  • 1 July 2013
[ 159 ] [Internet]. 2011 Sep 17[cited 2013 Jun 4]. Available from: http://www. gainesville.com/article/20110917/ZNYT04/109173020 20. Bhalla A. How they made the NRHM sick. Tehelka.com [Internet].Expand
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Pathogenesis of unusual intracranial tuberculomas and tuberculous space-occupying lesions.
lcranial tuberculomas in India has to a number of studies analyzing brain tumors that document this group in detail. Dastur and Iyer, 5 Ramamurthi and Varadarajan/2 and Dastur and Desai 7 have eachExpand
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Correlation of quantitative tests of nerve and target organ dysfunction with skin immunohistology in leprosy.
Loss of nociception and hypohidrosis in skin are hallmarks of leprosy, attributed to early invasion by Mycobacterium leprae of Schwann cells related to unmyelinated nerve fibres. We have studied skinExpand
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Stem cell transplantation in India: tall claims, questionable ethics.
  • S. Pandya
  • Medicine
  • Indian journal of medical ethics
  • 2008
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Pharmacokinetics and tolerance of liposomal amphotericin B in patients.
Amphotericin B incorporated into small unilamellar liposomes prepared from soya phosphatidylcholine and cholesterol in a molar ratio of 7:3 was administered to 12 patients with suspected orExpand
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Guidelines for stem cell science and clinical translation.
  • S. Pandya
  • Medicine
  • Indian journal of medical ethics
  • 6 June 2016
The International Society for Stem Cell Research has released its updated guidelines for stem cell research in order to provide "assurance that stem cell research is conducted with scientific andExpand
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