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Cutaneous Sarcoidosis
Rupali Bargotra , Jyotsna Suri, Yudhvir Gupta
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2010,
Abstract: We present a case of exclusive cutaneous sarcoidosis with no clinical or radiological evidence of diseaseanywhere else in the body.Exclusive cutaneous involvement is rare and is reported in about 4.5%patientsof sarcoidosis.
Inflammatory Fibroid Polyp of Ileum
Jyotsna Suri, Subhash Bhardwaj, Vivek Gandotra*
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2006,
Abstract: Inflammatory fibroid polyps are uncommon but well documented solitary polypoid lesions occurringin gastrointestinal tract ; most commonly in stomach followed by ileum and rarely in colon ,duodenumand oesophagus. Polyps in ileum most commonly present with acute intestinal obstruction asaresult of intussusception. The lesions are characterized by variable proliferation of fibroblasts andsmall vessels which may involve the whole thickness of the bowel wall .Mast cells and Eosinophilsare also seen in the polyp.
Congenital Leukemia
Rupali Bargotra , Jyotsna Suri, Yudhvir Gupta
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2010,
Abstract: Congenital leukemia is a rare disease that can manifest soon after birth. Cutaneous involvement consistsof red, brown or purple papules or nodules and purpura. We present a case of congenital myelomonblasticleukemia in a seven week old infant who had petechiae and subcutaneous nodules. Diagnosis was establishedby the presence of leukemic cells in bone marrow and involved skin along with cytochemical characterizationof these cells.
Primary Adenocarcinoma of Appendix Presenting as Omental Metastasis
Arun Gupta, Subhash Bhardwaj, Jyotsna Suri
JK Science : Journal of Medical Education & Research , 2001,
Abstract: The adenocarcinoma of appendix is a rare entity The patients present usually with symptoms ofappendicitis, a palpable abdominal mass or rarely as a complication of pseudomyxoma peritonei,We report a case who presented with lump abdomen and ascitis and revealed a tiny infiltrativegrowth at the base of appendix at laparotomy
A New Approach to Software Development Fusion Process Model  [PDF]
Rupinder Kaur, Jyotsna Sengupta
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2010.310117
Abstract: There are several software process models that have been proposed and are based on task involved in developing and maintaining software product. The large number of software projects not meeting their expectation in terms of functionality, cost, delivery schedule and effective project management appears to be lacking. In this paper, we present a new software fusion process model, which depicts the essential phases of a software project from initiate stage until the product is retired. Fusion is component based software process model, where each component implements a problem solving model. This approach reduces the risk associated with cost and time, as these risks will be limited to a component only and ensure the overall quality of software system by considering the changing requirements of customer, risk assessment, identification, evaluation and composition of relative concerns at each phase of development process.
Cosine Modulated Non-Uniform Filter Banks  [PDF]
Jyotsna Ogale, Samrat Ashok
Journal of Signal and Information Processing (JSIP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jsip.2011.23024
Abstract: Traditional designs for non-uniform filter bank (NUFB) are usually complex; involve complicated nonlinear optimization with a large number of parameters and lack of linear phase ([LP) property. In this paper, we describe a simple design method for multirate near perfect reconstruction (NPR) cosine modulated filter banks with non-uniform frequency spacing and linear phase property that involves optimization of only single parameter. It is derived from the uniform cosine modulated filter bank (CMFB) by merging some relevant band pass filters. The design procedure and the structure of the uniform CMFB are mostly preserved in the non-uniform implementation. Compared to other design methods our method provides very good design and converges very rapidly but the method is applicable, only if the upper band edge frequency of each non-uniform filter is an integral multiple of the bandwidth of the corresponding band. The design examples are presented to show the superiority of the proposed method over existing one.
Analysis of Fusion Process Model—Case Study  [PDF]
Rupinder Kaur, Jyotsna Sengupta
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2012.53019
Abstract: Fusion Process Model is a software process model to enhance the software development process. Fusion process model have five fundamental phases and one fusion process controller to control and co-ordinate the overall development process. Fusion Process Model uses 3C-Model to generalize the process of solving the problem in each phase. 3C-Model, which helps in implementing component based development approach and provides firmer control over the software development process. Because of the component driven approach, the risk associated with cost and time is limited to component only and ensure the overall quality of software system, reduce the development cost and time by considering the changing requirements of customer, risk assessment, identification, evaluation and composition of relative concerns at each phase of development process. We have implemented Fusion Process Model to the design of a real world information system and evaluated this implementation with the initial project estimation.
Efficiency of microsatellite isolation from orchids via next generation sequencing  [PDF]
Madhav Pandey, Jyotsna Sharma
Open Journal of Genetics (OJGen) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojgen.2012.24022
Abstract: Microsatellites, or simple sequence repeats (SSRs), are highly polymorphic, co-dominant genetic markers commonly used for population genetics analyses although de novo development of species specific microsatellites is cost-and time-intensive. Orchidaceae is one of the most species-rich families of angiosperms with more than 30,000 species estimated. Despite its high species-diversity, microsatellites are available only for a few species and all were developed by only using Sanger sequencing methods. For the first time in orchids, we used 454 GS-FLX sequencing to isolate microsatellites in two species (Cypripedium kentuckiense and Pogonia ophioglossoides), and report preliminary results of the study. From 1/16th plate that was subjected to sequencing, 32,665 reads were generated, from which 15,473 fragments contained at least one SSR. We selected 20,697 SSRs representing di-, tri-, and tetra-nucleotides. While 3,674 microsatellites had flanking regions on both sides, useable primer pairs could be designed for 255 SSRs. The mean numbers of reads, SSRs, and SSR-containing reads useful for primer design estimated for other 15 orchid species using Sanger sequencing method were 166, 78 and 31, respectively. Results demonstrate that the efficiency of microsatellite isolation in orchids is substantially higher with 454 GS-FLX sequencing technique in comparison to the Sanger sequencing methods.
Disjunct Populations of a Locally Common North American Orchid Exhibit High Genetic Variation and Restricted Gene Flow  [PDF]
Madhav Pandey, Jyotsna Sharma
Open Journal of Genetics (OJGen) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojgen.2015.54012
Abstract: Whether the persistence of natural plant populations is limited by genetic diversity, gene flow, or other ecological and evolutionary factors is an important question in plant population genetics. An assessment of the distribution of genetic variation within and among populations is thus useful for understanding broad-scale gene flow patterns in plants with diverse pollination syndromes. We studied Pogonia ophioglossoides (L.) Ker Gawl., which is self-compatible but a primarily outcrossing species in the Tribe Pogonieae in the family Orchidaceae. Using three self-developed, highly polymorphic nuclear microsatellite (simple sequence repeat, or SSR) markers and two chloroplast microsatellites, we assessed genetic variation in eight populations representing its natural distribution. Relatively high within-population genetic variation (mean An = 9.08, Ho = 0.44, and He = 0.71) was detected in P. ophioglossoides. Eleven different alleles and 13 unique haplotypes were detected for two cpDNA microsatellites. Genetic differentiation based on the hierarchical AMOVA showed that 21% (ФPT = 0.21, P = 0.000) and 63% (ФPT = 0.63, P = 0.000) of the nuclear and cpDNA microsatellite allelic diversity, respectively, was distributed among populations. Pairwise FST values ranged from 0.041 to 0.224 and each was statistically significant at P ≤ 0.05. The isolation by distance estimate did not show an association between genetic differentiation and geographic distance indicating that populations were diverging independently. We documented fine-scale spatial genetic structure (FSGS) up to 40 m distance in Texas. Overall, gene flow across the sampled populations of P. ophioglossoides appears restricted, and the short-distance SGS suggests localized seed dispersal in this locally common North American terrestrial orchid.
Preventing steroid induced osteoporosis
Oak Jyotsna
Indian Journal of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprology , 2008,
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