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Oral lichen planus (OLP) is a chronic mucocutaneous disease with an unknown aetiology, affecting 0.5-2% of the population and with a predilection for females in fourth to fifth decade of life. Most oral lichen planus lesions are asymptomatic but the atrophic and erosive forms of OLP can cause symptoms ranging from spontaneous soreness to severe pain(More)
Traditional opioids, mainly alkaloids, have been used in the clinical management of pain for a number of years but are often associated with numerous side-effects including sedation, dizziness, physical dependence, tolerance, addiction, nausea, vomiting, constipation and respiratory depression which prevent their effective use. Opioid peptides derived from(More)
Use of next-generation sequencing to detect somatic variants in DNA extracted from formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded tumor tissues poses a challenge for clinical molecular diagnostic laboratories because of variable DNA quality and quantity, and the potential to detect low allele frequency somatic variants difficult to verify by non-next-generation(More)
UNLABELLED Wheat, the major source of vegetable protein in human diet, provides staple food globally for a large proportion of the human population. With higher protein content than other major cereals, wheat has great socio- economic importance. Nonetheless for wheat, three important fungal pathogens i.e. rust, smut and bunt are major cause of significant(More)
We propose an N-gram based approach to make predictions about the next event in a sequence of hospital admissions. To predict the value of a variable in the next admission (e.g. length of stay), we use only the sequence of values of the same variable for all hospital admissions of the same patient so far (e.g. the length of all previous hospital stays) and(More)
Speed and power consumption are one of the most important parameters to judge the performance of a computational method. In this paper, we compare two algorithms for 8 Bit multiplication namely Vedic Multiplication Algorithm and Booth algorithm. This paper aims in bringing to the fore the differences in compilation speeds and the chip area consumption of(More)
CONTEXT - Detection of variants in hematologic malignancies is increasingly important because of a growing number of variants impacting diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment response, and as potential therapeutic targets. The use of next-generation sequencing technologies to detect variants in hematologic malignancies in a clinical diagnostic laboratory(More)
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