Subject: Sodium Compounds
Number of records: 8.
Indhumathy, B.S. and Krishnaveni, M. (2006) Yavatcharam: a comparative study. In: Standardisation of Metallic and Mineral Siddha Preparations-Role of Modern Instruments, 11 - 12 Feb 2006, Chennai, India.
Chauhan, M.M.; Mahadev, B; Balasangameshwara, V.H. and Srikantaramu, N. (1999) Assessment of trisodium phosphate for storage and isolation of mycrobacteria in single step culture method. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 46. pp. 29-36.
Vasanthakumari, R.; Jagannath, K. and Rajashekaran, Mr. (1987) The effect of storage of tubercle bacilli in transport medium and simplified culture technique. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 37 (3). pp. 143-146.
Khanna, B.K. (1973) Tolerance to sodium PAS adminitered intravesously. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 20 (3). pp. 134-135.
Pathak, S.K.; Deshmukh, P.A. and Menon, C.R.N. (1973) A comparision of different culture techniques. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 20 (2). pp. 85-92.
Narasiman, R.; Mathur, G.P. and Pamra, S.P. (1972) Sodium lauryl sulphate method of culturing sputum for Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 19 (4). pp. 125-130.
Thomas, K.L; Ramamurthy, V. and Ramamurthy, V.V. (1962) A method of cleaning microscope slides for their repeated use in the examination of sputum for tubercle bacilli. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 9 (3). 181.
Ranga Rao, A. (1957) A new technique for the primary isolation of tubercle bacilli from sputum by using sputum swabs and permanganate sulphuric acid mixture. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 4 (4). pp. 169-175.
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