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Profile of β‐thalassemia in eastern India and its prenatal diagnosis
To control the birth of thalassemic children in India.
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Enhanced oxidative cross-linking of hemoglobin E with spectrin and loss of erythrocyte membrane asymmetry in hemoglobin Ebeta-thalassemia.
Oxidative stress to the erythrocytes is associated with formation of large molecular complexes of hemoglobin and the skeletal protein, spectrin. In this work, such complexes are formed withExpand
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A novel 33·3 kb deletion (‐ ‐KOL) in the alpha‐globin gene cluster: a brief report on deletional alpha‐thalassaemia in the heterogeneous eastern Indian population
We have detected, in three unrelated eastern Indian individuals, a hitherto unreported alpha zero deletion, ‐ ‐KOL, in the heterozygous state, encompassing the embryonic zeta2‐globin and theExpand
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Profile of beta-thalassemia in eastern India and its prenatal diagnosis.
OBJECTIVE To control the birth of thalassemic children in India. METHODS Mutations present in the population of eastern India and in carrier parents seeking prenatal diagnosis were detected by theExpand
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Co‐inheritance of the Hb Sun Prairie mutation with a point mutation at 5′‐UTR in the eastern Indian population
Haemoglobin (Hb) Sun Prairie (α2‐globin cd130, GCT→CCT, Ala→Pro) is detected in three unrelated chromosomes, in association with a C→T transition in the 5′‐untranslated region (UTR), two basesExpand
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Sex Steroid Priming for Induction of Puberty in Thalassemia Patients with Pulsatile Reversible Hypogonadotrophic Hypogonadism
Growth and pubertal disturbances are the most common causes of morbidity, affecting 60–80% β-thalassemia major (β-TM) patients worldwide, due mainly to hypogonadotrophic hypogonadism (HH). WeExpand
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Experience of Conventional Cytogenetics in Elderly Cytopenic Indian Patients Suspected with Myelodysplastic Syndromes
Idiopathic cytopenia of undetermined significance (ICUS) includes a highly heterogeneous population with unknown natural history; however, some patients develop clonal mutations of 1/2/3Expand
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Differential allelic distribution of V-ets erythroblastosis virus E26 oncogene homolog2 (ETS2) functional polymorphisms in different group of patients.
V-ets erythroblastosis virus E26 oncogene homolog2 (ETS2), located at chromosome 21 and overexpressed in Down's syndrome (DS), has known cancer regulatory functions. Because leukemia is of commonExpand
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The Vulnerable Mining Community
India is a country richly endowed with mineral deposits. In India, the mining sector is a core industrial sector and is crucial for the economic growth of the country. Since almost all the mineralExpand