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Inventi Rapid - 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Rapid/Impact: Infectious Diseases & Immunology (Formerly Inventi Rapid/Impact: Infection)’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals.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.

  • THE NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) - A SHORT REVIEW
    Venkata Rama Rao Nallani*, Rama Rao Nadendla, Sharmila Nirojini P, Kavuri Naga Swathi Sree, Nani Babu k, Ravi Naga Lekhini    Download Full Text

    Coronavirus disease is an infectious viral disease emerged in 2019 which is caused by novel corona virus. Corona viruses are a large group of viruses. Research has shown that the virus is transmitted through birds and mammals in earlier days. Recent evidence shows that humans being are vulnerable to infection and transmission of the virus. On March 11th 2020, the WHO declared the novel coronavirus...

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  • GLOBAL EMERGENCE OF AEDES ARBOVIRAL DISEASES: MANAGEMENT AND TREATMENT
    Deepika Sharma, Md Habban Akhter, Bhavna*    Download Full Text

    Arboviral diseases are caused by bite of infectious arthropod, mostly mosquitoes and ticks. Conventionally, less importance has been given to arboviral research. In past 50 years, the occurrence of epidemic arboviral diseases such as dengue, yellow fever, zika virus infection has changed insights about their impact to worldwide disability and mortality. Throughout the world and in the United State...

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  • REVIEW ON IMMUNITY AND SCREENING METHODS OF IMMUNITY
    Salma A Bagwan*, N S Naikwade, Manure Md Javeed    Download Full Text

    The immune system is one of our most complex biological systems in the body. Immunization may be active or passive. The active immunization involves stimulation with an antigen to develop immunological defenses against a future exposure and passive immunization involves administration of preformed antibodies to an individual who is already exposed to be exposed to an antigen. The organs of immune ...

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  • A REVIEW ON NUEVO VIRUS - ZIKA
    Naga Swathi Sree Kavuri*, Lakshmi Durga G, Rama Rao Nadendla    Download Full Text

    Zika virus (ZIKV) is mosquito-borne emerging Flavivirus. Which was first identified in Zika forest at Uganda in 1947 in rhesus monkey. It was caused by a bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. Primarily Aedes aegypti and later Aedes albopictus is also a potential vector of ZIKV, based on data from experimental infections. The virus belongs to family Flaviviridae. Generally 80% of patients with Zika ...

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  • INFECTION CONTROL COMMITTEE: OVERVIEW
    Languluri Reddenna, Sree Naga Valli, Dinesh R    Download Full Text

    Antibiotic consumption in India has increased between six and seven per cent annually in the past 5 years. The great majority - up to 90% - of injections is estimated to be unnecessary.Raising concerns over drug resistance; a new study has revealed that 53 per cent Indians take antibiotics without a doctor''s prescription. There is an urgent need for establishing a proper infection control committ...

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  • EVALUATION OF WEEKLY RELATIVE BODY WEIGHT GAIN IN JAPANESE QUAILS UNDER LONG TERM SELECTION
    K Sakunthala Devi, B Ramesh Gupta, M Gnana Prakash, A Rajasekhar Reddy    Download Full Text

    An investigation was made on weekly relative body weight gain (RWG) in two strains of Japanese quails, Black (3,438) and Brown (3,710) which were under selection for high 4-week body weight in 8th, 9th and 10th generations. The strain had significant (P<0.01) influence on relative weight gain; Black quails recorded higher relative weight gain (%) of 262.70+1.39, 128.56+0.85, 73.64+0.44 and 44.09+0...

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