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  • A Rare Case of Fungal Burn Wound Infection Caused by Fusarium solani in Vietnam. [Journal Article]
    J Investig Med High Impact Case Rep. 2020 Jan-Dec; 8:2324709620912122.Tram QA, Minh NTN, … Tran-Anh L
  • A patient with extensive burn injuries was admitted to the National Hospital of Burns in Hanoi, Vietnam, and diagnosed with fungal wound infection by histological examination of skin biopsy samples. Fusarium solani was isolated and identified by analysis of its morphological features and the sequence of the internal transcribed spacer region. The isolation showed in vitro resistant to fluconazole…
  • Status of signalized intersection safety-A case study of Kolkata. [Journal Article]
    Accid Anal Prev. 2020 Apr 22; 141:105525.Mitra S, Bhowmick D
  • Urban signalized intersections in Indian cities experience a high share of fatalities and serious injuries. However, assessment of safety using rigorous statistical technique is still in an early stage in India, primarily due to challenges in obtaining crash data, road geometric and traffic data. This study intended to focus on safety issues associated with the planning, design, and operation of …
  • Hippocampal granule cell dispersion: a non-specific finding in pediatric patients with no history of seizures. [Journal Article]
    Acta Neuropathol Commun. 2020 Apr 21; 8(1):54.Roy A, Millen KJ, Kapur RP
  • Chronic epilepsy has been associated with hippocampal abnormalities like neuronal loss, gliosis and granule cell dispersion. The granule cell layer of a normal human hippocampal dentate gyrus is traditionally regarded as a compact neuron-dense layer. Histopathological studies of surgically resected or autopsied hippocampal samples primarily from temporal lobe epilepsy patients, as well as animal …
  • Modification of Adenovirus vaccine vector-induced immune responses by expression of a signalling molecule. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep. 2020 Mar 31; 10(1):5716.Rollier CS, Spencer AJ, … Hill AVS
  • Adenoviral vectors are being developed as vaccines against infectious agents and tumour-associated antigens, because of their ability to induce cellular immunity. However, the protection afforded in animal models has not easily translated into primates and clinical trials, underlying the need for improving adenoviral vaccines-induced immunogenicity. A Toll-like receptor signalling molecule, TRAM,…
  • Bridging the Gap: A Role for Campylobacterjejuni Biofilms. [Review]
    Microorganisms. 2020 Mar 23; 8(3)Tram G, Day CJ, Korolik V
  • Campylobacter jejuni is the leading cause of bacterial gastroenteritis in the developed world. Cases of Campylobacteriosis are common, as the organism is an avian commensal and is passed on to humans through contaminated poultry meat, water, and food preparation areas. Although typically a fastidious organism, C. jejuni can survive outside the avian intestinal tract until it is able to reach a hu…
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