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  1. Characterization of Beta-Hemolytic Streptococci from Clinical Isolates in a Tertiary Care Centre in North-East India.
    Elantamilan D, Annie Bakorlin Khyriem, Wihiwot Valarie Lyngdoh, Jyotismita Rajbongshi, Debahuti Sabhapandit
    IJHSR. 2016; 6(1): 165-175.
  2. Bacteriological Profile of Pleural Fluid among the Pediatric Population In A Tertiary Care Centre - A Retrospective Analysis.
    Vikramjeet Dutta, Annie Bakorlin Khyriem, Ishani Bora, Himesh Barman, Wihiwot Valarie Lyngdoh,
    IJHSR. 2015; 5(9): 167-174.
  3. High Level Aminoglycoside Resistance among Clinical Enterococcal Isolates in a Tertiary Care Centre of North East India.
    Basabdatta Choudhury, Amit Banik, Valarie W Lyngdoh, Jeetendra Gurung, Annie B Khyriem, Purnima Rajkhowa
    IJHSR. 2015; 5(7): 140-145.
  4. Study of intestinal parasites among the immunosuppressed patients attending a tertiary-care center in Northeast India
    Ishani Bora, Vikramjeet Dutta, Wihiwot Valarie Lyngdoh, Annie Bakorlin Khyriem, Elantamilian Durairaj, Anil Chandra Phukan
    Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2016; 5(5): 924-929.
  5. A Rare Pseudotumor of the Ovary.
    Rajaratnam Annie, Lyngdoh Raphael Hart, Kuruvilla Thomas.S, Zevita Furtado
    IJHSR. 2014; 4(12): 376-378.
  6. The role of brain in the regulation of glucose homeostasis
    John A Lyngdoh, Evarisalin Marbaniang, Kyrshanlang G Lynrah, Monaliza Lyngdoh
    Int J Med Sci Public Health. 2015; 4(11): 1477-1480.
  7. Reactive oxygen species signaling influences feeding behaviour
    John Amote Lyngdoh, Julie B. Wahlang, Banylla Nongkynrih
    Int J Res Med Sci. 2015; 3(11): 2998-3003.





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