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Articles by S. Mittal
Total Records ( 3 ) for S. Mittal
  M. Datta , S. Mittal and D. Goyal
  Pseudomonas striata cell mass was immobilized in polyvinylchloride (PVC), a neutral carrier to prepare zinc selective membranes using Dibutyl-phthalate as the plasticizer. Membranes were prepared using 1, 2, 3, 5 and 7% of bacterial biomass, of which the highest response was obtained for 5%. Potentiometric response of the electrode was studied for Zn, Cd and Cu in the concentration range of 10-7 to 10-1 M. A linear trend between the electrode response and the varying metal concentrations was seen only for Zn2+ ions in the range of 10-4 to 10-1 M. Calibration slope of 22 mV/decade and detection limit of 510-4 M was obtained for zinc. Electrode showed a sharp response time of 6 sec and pH optima of 3. Thus, the PVC membrane containing the bacterial biomass was found to selectively bind the Zn2+ ions and generate the corresponding potential response at different zinc concentrations.
  S. Mittal and S. C. L. Gough
  Since the first pancreas transplants in the early 1960s, whole-organ pancreas transplantation, either alone or combined with kidney transplantation, has become commonplace in many countries around the world. Whole-organ pancreas transplantation is available in the UK, with ~200 transplants currently carried out per year. Patient survival and pancreas graft outcome rates are now similar to other solid organ transplant programmes, with high rates of long-term insulin independence. In the present review, we will discuss whole-pancreas transplantation as a treatment for diabetes, focusing on indications for transplantation, the nature of the procedure performed, graft survival rates and the consequences of pancreas transplantation on metabolic variables and the progression of diabetes-related complications.
  P. Kumar , N. P. Shah , A. Singhal , D. S. Chauhan , V. M. Katoch , S. Mittal , S. Kumar , M. K. Singh , S. Datta Gupta and H. K. Prasad
  Endometrial biopsy samples derived from 393 patients with assorted gynecological complaints were investigated for mycobacterial infection. By employment of four different techniques, mycobacterial pathogens were detected irrespective of the nature/type of clinical complaint. Mycobacterium tuberculosis was the predominant pathogen detected among the samples investigated.
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