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Date Image 6 September 2021 Vol. No. 10; Issue No. 491

1. Jain H, Sengar M, Goli VB, Thorat J, Tembhare P, Shetty D, Bonda A, Nayak L, Subramanian P, Bagal B, Patkar N, Sharma N, Gupta H, Gujral S (2021). Bortezomib and Rituximab in de-novo adolescent/adult CD20-positive, Ph-negative Pre B-cell acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Blood Advances.

2. Suman S, Parghane RV, Joshi A, Prabhash K, Talole S, Basu S (2021). Combined 177 Lu-PSMA-617 PRLT and abiraterone acetate versus 177 Lu-PSMA-617 PRLT monotherapy in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer: An observational study comparing the response and durability. Prostate.

3. Damast S, Fields E, Kidd E, Harkenrider M, Chopra S, Chino J (2021). Reports From Four International Clinical Trials for Cancers of the Cervix, Uterus and Vulva, and a New Guideline for Cervical Cancer. International Journal of Radiation Oncology Biology Physics. 111(2):299-306.

4. Ho KYL, Khadilkar RJ, Carr RL, Tanentzapf G (2021). A gap-junction-mediated, calcium-signaling network controls blood progenitor fate decisions in hematopoiesis. Current Biology.

5. Dhawan V, Joshi G, Sutariya B, Shah J, Ashtikar M, Nagarsekar K, Steiniger F, Lokras A, Fahr A, Krishnapriya M, Warawdekar U, Saraf M, Nagarsenker M (2021). Polysaccharide conjugates surpass monosaccharide ligands in hepatospecific targeting - Synthesis and comparative in silico and in vitro assessment. Carbohydrate Research. 509: 108417.

Aniketh Bishnu (2021). A Study on understanding the modulation in MAPK/ERK and PI3KCA/Akt signaling during acquirement of drug resistance. ( HBNI: LIFE09201504006) ( Guide: Dr. Pritha Ray)

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Raj Mal Kasliwal Raj Mal Kasliwal

Raj Mal Kasliwal obtained his MD from the University of Lucknow in 1934. He specialized in Gastroenterology. He described the clinical amaebiasis syndrome and its unusual manifestations, like arthritis and chronic hepatitis. He described the pathogenocity of Entamoeba Coli on clinical grounds. Dr. Kasliwal was Director, Medical Services, Rajasthan. He received Certificate of Merit by International Academy of Proctology, USA in 1969. Tamra Patra in 1972. He was a fellow of International Medical Sciences, National College of Chest Physicians, Indian College of Allergy and Immunology, American College of Chest Physicians.

Kumarapuram Vythilinga Krishnan Kumarapuram Vythilinga Krishnan

K V Krishnan obtained his DSc degree from the John Hopkins University, USA. He specialized in Microbiology. His significant work included sand fly as a vector for transmission of Kala-azar, immunity in malaria, standardization of antigens for flocculation test in syphills. He did meritorious work in public health and hygiene. He was Member, Commission of Assam; Director, All India Insitute of Hygiene and Public Health, Kolkatta. He was WHO consultant for preventive and social medicine, Kabul University, Afghanistan from 1952 to 1964. Dr. Krishnan was a recipient of Alpha-Omega Gold Key of John Hopkins University, Barclay Medal of Asiatic Society. He was a Fellow of Alfa Omega Society, Baltimore, USA; Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh; Indian Medical Association; Indian Association of History of Medicine.

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