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Inventi Impact - Infectious Diseases & Immunology
(Formerly Inventi Rapid/Impact: Infection)

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Infectious Diseases & Immunology (Formerly Inventi Rapid/Impact: Infection)’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on etiology, pathogenesis, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases in outpatient and inpatient settings. Special emphasis is laid on reporting of new resistances and abuses of anti-infective agents.

  • A BASIC INSIGHT OF IMMUNODIAGNOSTICS
    Sanjay Mendiratta*, Kamalika Mojumdar, Gaurav Pratap Singh Jadaun    Download Full Text

    Immunodiagnostics is the use of immunoassays for diagnostic purposes. The immunoassay utilizes the highly specific antigen-antibody interaction as the basis of the detection. The term diagnosis usually implies disease diagnosis; however, advances in the field of immunoassays have made them extensively applicable to a variety of fields other than the clinical. Immunodiagnostics are now mainstays in...

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  • INCIDENCE AND HISTOPATHOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SHEEP POX AFFECTED LUNGS
    Srinivas Naik H, Srilatha Ch, Sujatha K, Suresh Kumar R V, Ramana Murthy R V *    Download Full Text

    Sheep pox is a highly contagious disease of sheep caused by sheep pox virus. In the present study, 3698 lungs were collected from slaughtered sheep in and around Tirupati, AP, India and examined morphologically. 396 lungs were showed different pneumonic lesions. Among 396 lung lesions, 04 (1.01%) were diagnosed as sheep pox. Grossly, the lungs revealed small to pea sized consolidated greyish white...

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  • ABORTION DUE TO TRYPANOSOMOSIS IN A BUFFALO
    S Sivajothi*, B Sudhakara Reddy, Y V Pridhvidhar Reddy, V C Rayulu    Download Full Text

    Six years old buffalo was presented to the clinic with history of abortion at fourth month gestation. Up on clinical examination buffalo had fever, anorexia, bilateral ocular discharges, respiratory distress and emaciation. Laboratory examination of blood revealed presence of trypanosomes in the peripheral blood smears. Buffalo was treated with diminazine aceturate along with fluid and supportive ...

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  • UNUSUAL OCCURRENCE OF STOMACH TUMOUR (GASTRINOMA) IN GOLD SPOT MULLET (LIZA PARSIA) FROM SOUTH EAST COAST OF INDIA
    R Vijayakumar, K Raja, A Gopalakrishnan*    Download Full Text

    Stomach tumour in gold-spot mullet (Liza parsia) was recorded in India for the first time. The visceral organs like, intestine, spleen, liver and ovaries were entirely fused by tumour tissue. The tumour weight was 97.6 g, length and width was 7.9 cm and 4.2 cm respectively, ovary not mature, eggs were absent, liquid content present in the entire ovary. The histopathology has been evidence of stoma...

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  • SYNERGISTIC IMPACT OF CADMIUM AND NICKEL ON IONOREGULATION OF FISH, LATES CALCARIFER (BLOCH, 1970)
    K Rajalakshmi, R Ezhilmathy, A Chezhian, D Senthamilselvan, N Kabilan    Download Full Text

    Fingerlings of estuarine fish, Lates calcarifer were exposed to sub lethal concentration of cadmium, nickel and cadmium plus nickel (4.0 ppm, 3.8 ppm and 3.0 ppm) respectively, for a period of 35 days. After 7th day of treatment the plasma sodium, potassium and chloride level of all the three experiments were estimated. In all the three treatments the sodium and chloride level were decreased th...

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  • AN OUTBREAK OF HEPATIC COCCIDIOSIS IN RABBITS (ORYCTOLAGUS CUNICULUS)
    N Sailaja, V Gnani Charitha, P Amaravathi, P Revathi, A Anand Kumar, I Hemanth, N Sasidhar Babu    Download Full Text

    In recent years there has been increasing commercial production of rabbits as an important livestock enterprise for fur and meat production. These rabbits are susceptible to many diseases among them parasitic diseases are most important. In the present study an outbreak of hepatic coccidiosis was reported with an aim to study pathological changes in liver. Three rabbits submitted for postmortem...

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