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- Arora, Jyoti, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Public health nutrition 2014 v.17 no.2 pp. 376-382
- case-control studies; children; congenital abnormalities; drinking water; eating habits; fruits; hospitals; infants; milk; milk consumption; mothers; multivariate analysis; neural tube defects; nutrition risk assessment; phenotypic variation; risk factors; vegetable consumption; vegetarian diet; India
- ... To assess the role of sociodemographic and nutritional factors in the incidence of births affected by neural tube defects (NTD) in the North Indian population. Case–control study. Government hospitals of Delhi, India. Subjects comprised 284 mothers of NTD children (cases) and 568 mothers of healthy children (controls). Significant differences were found between case and control mothers with respec ...
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- Hydrobiologia 2009 v.626 no.1 pp. 27-40
- nutrient content; cations; watersheds; seasonal variation; Microcystis aeruginosa; groundwater; biochemical oxygen demand; zooplankton; interspecific variation; lakes; Mesocyclops; multivariate analysis; surface water; water quality; community structure; species diversity; chemical oxygen demand; Brachionus; silicates; physicochemical properties; environmental factors; rain; nitrates; India
- ... Old Fort Lake, a small (1.6 ha), shallow, and recreational water body in Delhi (India) was studied through monthly surveys in two consecutive years (January, 2000-December, 2001). Precipitation is the major source of water for this closed basin lake. In addition, ground water is used for replenishing the lake regularly. This alkaline, hyposaline hard water lake contains very high ionic concentrati ...
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- Canadian journal of microbiology 2015 v.61 no.4 pp. 293-296
- Mycobacterium avium complex; Mycobacterium chelonae; diagnostic techniques; disease control; genes; microscopy; polymerase chain reaction; restriction mapping; species identification
- ... Nowadays, nontuberculous mycobacteria (NTM) often cause pulmonary and extrapulmonary disease. Species identification of NTM determines the line of treatment and management of the disease. The routine diagnostic methods, i.e., smear microscopy and biochemical identification, of nontuberculous mycobacteria are tedious and time consuming and not all laboratories can perform these tests on a routine b ...