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  • Enterobious vermicularis induced infectious keratitis following penetrating keratoplasty. [Case Reports]
    Indian J Ophthalmol 2019; 67(10):1738-1740Handa S, Moharana B, … Gupta P
  • A 28-year-old man with a prior history of penetrating keratoplasty in the left eye for total corneal melt presented with a 3-day history of a red, painful left eye. On examination, he was found to have graft infiltrates. Microscopic examination of wet mount preparation of corneal scrapings revealed the presence of embryonated eggs of E. vermicularis. Cellophane (scotch) tape preparation from peri…
  • Mid- to long-wave infrared computational spectroscopy using a subwavelength coaxial aperture array. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):13537Craig BJ, Meng J, … Crozier KB
  • Miniaturized spectrometers are advantageous for many applications and can be achieved by what we term the filter-array detector-array (FADA) approach. In this method, each element of an optical filter array filters the light that is transmitted to the matching element of a photodetector array. By providing the outputs of the photodetector array and the filter transmission functions to a reconstru…
  • Occurrence of microplastics in landfill systems and their fate with landfill age. [Journal Article]
    Water Res 2019; 164:114968Su Y, Zhang Z, … Xie B
  • Microplastics (MPs) are emerging pollutants that have been extensively detected in marine and terrestrial environments. Landfills are receptacles for cumulative loading of plastic waste derived from industry and households, but data on MPs occurrences in landfill systems are lacking. In the current study, the occurrence, characteristics and distribution patterns of MPs in landfills (including lea…
  • Appressorium: The Breakthrough in Dikarya. [Journal Article]
    J Fungi (Basel) 2019; 5(3)Demoor A, Silar P, Brun S
  • Phytopathogenic and mycorrhizal fungi often penetrate living hosts by using appressoria and related structures. The differentiation of similar structures in saprotrophic fungi to penetrate dead plant biomass has seldom been investigated and has been reported only in the model fungus Podospora anserina. Here, we report on the ability of many saprotrophs from a large range of taxa to produce appres…
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