A Comparative Study of Bacterial and Parasitic Intestinal Infections in India DC01-DC04
Surgical Site Infections Due to Rapidly Growing Mycobacteria in Puducherry, India DC05-DC08
Study of Biofilm in Bacteria from Water Pipelines DC09-DC11
Comparative Study in Early Neonates with Septicemia by Blood Culture, Staining Techniques and C – Reactive Protein (CRP) DC12-DC15
Kodameae ohmeri – An Emerging Yeast: Two Cases and Literature Review DD01-DD03
Teixobactin: A Novel Antibiotic in Treatment of Gram Positive Bacterial Infections DL01-
Is Scrub Typhus a Cause of Febrile Illness Among Paediatric Population of Delhi? DL02-
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