Subramanyam Dasari

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Cervical cancer is a major gynecological cancer which involves uncontrolled cell division and tissue invasiveness of the female uterine cervix. With the availability of new technologies researchers have increased their efforts to develop novel biomarkers for early diagnosis, and evaluation and monitoring of therapeutic treatments. This approach will help in(More)
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the role of microbial enzymes in normal and abnormal cervicovaginal fluids of cervical dysplasia. The cervicovaginal infections were evaluated through the estimation of microbial enzymes in patients with and without abnormal cervical cytology like bacterial and fungal infections. The patients were categorized(More)
OBJECTIVES To evaluate the effectiveness of radiochemotherapy and chemotherapy on human papilloma virus induced cervical cancer patients by the estimation of serum proteins and magnetic resonance imaging. METHODS HPV 16/18 viral DNA was detected in the plasma of cervical cancer patients (n=50) by PCR using HPV consensus primers. Of the 50 cervical cancer(More)
PURPOSE Clinical research addressing the issue of donor globe decontamination is yet to establish convincing data for the optimal choice of an antimicrobial agent. METHODS In a donor-globe decontamination study, the antimicrobial effectiveness of a fluoroquinolone antibiotic (ciprofloxacin, 0.3%) was evaluated for the first time and compared with(More)
The main objective of the present study was to estimate the levels of soluble CD44 in cervical cancer patients by determining whether it consistently discriminates the carcinoma of the cervix from early or premalignant stage of the cervical cancer. Serum concentrations of sCD44s in cervical cancer patients were determined by an enzyme-linked immunosorbent(More)
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