2014-2018

Name of Reprint

Author’s Name

Reprint From

“Restructuring social infrastructure as a detriment of urban TB control in Delhi”

Nishi Aggarwal, Shivani Chandra, Nandini Sharma

Health Research Policy and Systems 2014,12:3.

“Changing role of Tuberculosis Association of India in 75 years”

K.K. Chopra and

V.K. Arora

Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 2014.

Tuberculosis and Drug Addicts”

K.K. Chopra

Newsletter of National Tuberculosis Institute, Bangalore 2014.

“TB in Special Situations”   

K.K. Chopra

Newsletter of National Tuberculosis Institute, Bangalore 2014.

“Nurses Role in care of TB patients”

Gurpreet Kaur

Delhi TB Association Newsletter 2014

Institutional framework for managing financial resources: mapping of fund flow under Revised National Tuberculosis Control Program, India

Nishi Aggarwal, Shivani Chandra

Newsletter Daily DOTS

“Molecular diagnostics in tuberculosis revisited with clinician’s perspective”

Sanjay Rajpal and V.K.Arora

Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 2014..IJT; 2014:61:277-280.

“Information and communication technology – application in Health sector”

Nishi Aggarwal

Tuberculosis Association of India on the occasion of TB seal release.

“Challenges in Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Management: Recommendations of Expert Panel”

V.K. Arora and

K.K. Chopra

journal of Laboratory Physician/Jan-June2015/Vol 7/Issue1

Tuberculosis control in India : Journey so far and ahead. 

K.K.Chopra,

Sunil Khaparde

Editorial in Indian J of Tuberculosis 62, 193-194,2015.

‘Standards of TB care in India : A tool for universal access to TB Care.’ 

Sreenivas Achauthan Nair, K.S. Sachdeva, Parmar Malik,

S. Chandra,

R. Ramachandan, N. Kulshrestha, K.K.Chopra.

Review article published in Indian J of Tuberculosis, 62,2015.

‘Drug resistance among TB cases and its clinical implications’:

K.K.Chopra, 

Indian J of Tuberculosis 62, 151-155, July, 2015.

Accelerating TB notification from Private Health Sector in Delhi India’.

‘Debashish Kundu, K.K.Chopra, Ashwani Khanna. 

Indian J. of Tuberculosis

‘Universal Access to DOTS in Delhi Prisons: where we stand’. 

Meera Dhuria, K.K.Chopra, Nandini Sharma, Ashwani Khanna, S. Chandra. 

Indian J. of Tuberculosis

‘Piloting upfront Xpert MTB/RIF testing on various specimens under Programmatic conditions for diagnosis of TB & Dr. TB in pediatric population’

K.K.Chopra, et al

PLOS ONE /D01:10. 1371 / Oct. 15, 2015.

‘Glorious journey of 75 years of New Delhi TB Centre’

K.K.Chopra

66th TB Seal Campaign souvenir, 2015. Tuberculosis Association of India.

‘Implementation of RNTCP services in medical colleges’

S. Matta, K.K.Chopra

66th TB Seal campaign souvenir, 2015 Tuberculosis Association of India

Band pattern Analysis of mutations in Rifampicin resistance strain of Mycobacterium tuberculosis by Line Probe Assay in patients from Delhi, India

Himanshu VashisthaM. HanifK.K. ChopraA KhannaD Shrivastava

Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol.63, Issue 3;2017.

 

Rapid detection of multi drug resistance among multi drug resistant tuberculosis suspects using line probe assay.  

Manoj Kumar Dubey,

U Bhardwaj,

M. Hanif,

K K Chopra,

A Khanna,

S Saini, K K Dwivedi,

H Vashishtha,

Z Sidiq,

V Ahmad,

S Sharma     

Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, Vol 10, Issue 1, 2017,  131-133

 

Baseline Resistance to Ofloxacin and Kanamycin Among Multi-Drug Resistant Strains of M. tuberculosis Isolated at an Intermediate Reference Laboratory in Delhi.

Vasim Ahmad,

D Srivastava,

M Hanif,

Z Sidiq,

K K Dwivedi,

H Vashishtha,

S Sharma,

S Saini,

V K Bediraddy,

K K Chopra,

A Khanna

Indian Journal of Applied Research, Volume: 6, Issue: 8, August 2016 (586-588)

Molecular Line Probe Assay for the Detection of Multi Drug Resistant Tuberculosis and Comparison of Results with Conventional Solid Culture and Drug Susceptibility Testing

Manoj Kumar Dubey, U Bhardwaj,

M. Hanif,

K K Chopra,

A Khanna,

K K Dwivedi,

 H Vashishtha,

S Saini,

Z Sidiq,

V Ahmad,

S Sharma

Indian Journal of Applied Research, Volume: 6, Issue: 8, August 2016 (643-645)

 

 

Rapid detection of extensively drug-resistant (XDR-TB) strains from multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) cases isolated from smear-negative pulmonary samples in an Intermediate Reference Laboratory in India.

Himanshu Vashistha, M. Hanif,

S Saini,

A Khanna ,

S Sharma,

 Z Sidiq,

V Ahmad ,   

 M K Dubey, K K Chopra,

D Shrivastava

4.            Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 6 3 (2 0 1 6) 1 46 – 1 50

 

Meso level multi – disciplinary approach for reduction of initial defaulters in Revised National Tuberculosis Programme, Delhi, India.

Nandini Sharma, Meera Dhuria,

Nishi Aggarwal and K.K. Chopra

Indian Journal of Tuberculosis

Newer Rapid Diagnostic Methods in MDR TB case management

Himanshu Vashistha, M. Hanif and

K.K. Chopra

article published in 67th TB seal campaign 2016.  The Tuberculosis Association of India.

Phenotypic drug resistance confirmation of additional second line drugs in extra-pulmonary multi drug resistant TB patient.

 

Srashty Sharma, Mahmud Hanif, K.K.Chopra,

Ashwani Khanna, sunil Kumar Chauhan

International Journal of Current Advanced Research ISSN:0:2319-6475 Vol.7;(1):Jan2018p.89008902

Isolation and Identification of Mycobacterium tuberculosis with Mixed Growth from Positive MGIT 960 Cultures by Re-Decontamination.

 

Wasim Ahmad,

Hanif M,

Chopra KK,

Zeeshan Sidiq, Anshul Kumar,

Divya Shrivastava

J.Biotechnology & BioMaterial 2017;7:3

Inflammation at the Centre of all Respiratory Diseases including Tuberculosis.

K.K. Chopra and

V.K. Arora

Editorial accepted for publication in Indian Jl of Tuberculosis

“Accelerating access to quality TB care for pediatric TB cases through better diagnostic strategy in four major cities of India”

D. Kundu and

K.K. Chopra

PLOS ONE Online Journal PONE-D-17-38222R1.

Genetic Polymorphism of Rare mutations in M. tuberculosis infected patients in Delhi

Himanshu Vashistha, M. Hanif,

K.K. Chopra,

 D. Shrivastava

Biotechnology Research Journal March 2018; IP 2 : 74-81

Detection of Multi Drug Resistance (MDR) and Extensively Drug Resistance (XDR) among smear negative extra pulmonary TB cases in a Reference laboratory

Srashty Sharma,

 M. Hanif, K.K.Chopra,

 Mukesh Kumar, Kaushal Kumar, Zeeshan Sidiq, Himanshu Vashista, Wasim Ahmed,

Manoj dubey

Biomedical and Biotechnology Research Journal May 2018

Meso level multidisciplinary approach for reduction of pre treatment doss to follow up in RNTCP, Delhi, India

Meera Dhuria and K.K. Chopra et al

Original article published in IJT 2017;281-90

Role of Social work in TB

Shadab Khan and

 K.K. Chopra

Article in a book by Pankaj Singh entitled “Social work in hospital helping profession” and in a souvenir of TB Association of India released on 2nd October, 2017.

2007-2013

S.NO Name of Reprint Author’sName Reprint From
1. Knowledge attitude and practices regarding tuberculosis & DOTS among interns in Delhi, India S Rajpal, A Mittal, VK Dhingra, R Malhotra, R Gupta, C Malhotra , DK Taneja . J Coll Physicians Surg Pak Aug
2007;17(8):457-61.
2. Multi drug resistant tuberculosis in pregnancy VK Dhingra,A Mittal ,S Rajpal,VK Arora
.
J Coll Physicians Surg Oct
2007;17(10):637-9.
3. Extra Pulmonary Tuberculosis VK Arora,KK Chopra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis,
Vol. 54,4, Oct. 2007.
4. Lysis of tubercle bacilli in fresh and stored sputum specimens :
implications for diagnosing
tuberculosis in stores and
paucibacillary specimens by PCR
Divya Pathak,
Soumitesh
Chakravorty,
Mahmud Hanif,
Jaya Sivaswami
Tyagi
BMC Microbiology 2007;7:83doi
:10.1186/1471-2180-7-83
5. Molecular typing of Mycobacterium tuberculosis isolates from different parts of India based on IS 6110 element polymorphism using RFLP
analysis
DS Chauhan, VD
Sharma, Deepti
Parashar, Aradhna
Chauhan, D Singh,
HB Singh, R Das,
B.M. Aggarwal, B.
Malhtora, Amita
Jain, Meera
Sharma, VK
Kataria, JK
Aggarwal, M.
Hanif, Arunas
Shahani, V.M.
Katoch
Indian J Med. Res 125, April
2008, pp 577-581
6. Sixty sixth NATCON “A Brief
Review”
M M Singh, VK
Dhingra, KK
Chopra
Indian J Tuberc 2008;55:54-55.
7. Outcome of MDR-TB cases treated by individualized treatment regimens at a tertiary level clinic VK Dhingra, S Rajpal, Anshu Mittal, M. Hanif Indian J Tuberc 2008;55:15-21.
8. Panel discussion on RNTCP implementation – Problems and solutions V.K.Arora, LS Chauhan, RN Solanki,GC Ahir, Rohit Sarin, Puneet and KK Chopra indian J Tuberc 2007;54:140-144.
9. Study of relapse and failure cases of Category I retreated with Cat II under RNTCP – an eleven year follow up RK Mehra,VK Dhingra, Nishi Aggarwal, RP Vashist Indian J Tuberc 2008;55:188-191.
10 DOTS in drug addicts with TB :
Delhi experience
VK Dhingra,Dori Lall, Nishi Aggarwal,RP Vashist Indian J Tuberc 2008;55:122-126.
11 Acquired drug resistance pattern in tuberculosis cases at the State Tuberculosis Centre, Delhi, India Hanif M, Malik S, Dhingra VK Int J Tuberc Lung Disease
13(1):74-78.
12 Quality TB treatment and international standards of TB care (ISTC) Dhingra VK DTBA Newsletter Jan-March
2008
13 Efficacy of repeat sputum
examination in RNTCP
Malik S, Dhingra VK, Hanif M, Vashist RP Indian J Tuberc 2009;56:17-21.
14 Tuberculosis of ileum-a case report Dhingra VK,Rajpal S, Mittal A,Gupta UA , Arora VK J. Commun. Dis. 40(1)2008:7982.
15 XDR-TB – a report from New Delhi Tuberculosis Centre, India Dhingra VK, Malik Sonia, Hanif M, Arora VK J. Coll. of Physician & Surgeons
Pakistan 2009, Vol. 19(2):133135.
16 Forum – Tuberculosis and Health
Care Workers
Dhingra VK Indian J Tuberc 2008;55:166-169.
17 Role of NGOs for TB Control –
Delhi scenario
Dhingra VK DTBA Newsletter July-Dec 2009
18 Tuberculosis mortality trends in
Delhi after the implementation of RNTCP
Dhingra VK,
Aggarwal N,Chandra S, Vashist RP
Indian J Tuberc 2009;56:77-81.
19 Principles of involvement of NGO in tuberculosis control VK Arora, KK Chopra TB Seal Campaign 2009
20 A sociological study of stigma
among TB patients in Delhi
Dhingra VK,
Shadab Khan
Indian J Tuberc 2010;57:12-18.
21 Prevalence of extensively drug- resistant tuberculosis among patients with multi drug-resistant tuberculosis: a retrospective hospital-based study Surendra K Sharma, N George,T Kadhiravan, P K Saha, HK Mishra,
M Hanif
Indian J Med Res 130, Oct. 2009 pp 392-395.
22 Rapid diagnosis of drug resistance in TB : A Review Sanjay Rajpal DTBA Newsletter
23 Tuberculosis and renal diseases K K Chopra TB Seal campaign 2010
24 Risk factors for tuberculosis Nishi Aggarwal TB Seal campaign 2010
25 Evolution of TB treatment K K Chopra Delhi DOTS Newsletter 2011
26 Evaluation of a new quality
assessment strategy for blinded rechecking of random sputum smears for TB in Delhi, India
Sonia Malik, M Hanif, KK Chopra, N Aggarwal, RP Vashist South East Asian J Trop Med
Public Health, Vol.42(2) March
2011, 342-346.
27 NACTON 2011 : Summary of papers a. Prognostic indicators in
RNTCP and quality of life
in tuberculosis patients
b. Determination of rapid
drug susceptibility nitrate
reduction assay for drug
susceptibility testing of
mycobacterium
tuberculosis : A
comparative study
c. Trend of utilization of
mantoux test in a tertiary
level hospital in Delhi : A
study from metropolis in a
high endemic TB country
Pappers presented
at NTCON 2011
and published in the
proceedings
 
28 Booklets
a. Role of NGOs for TB control
programme b. Extra pulmonary tuberculosis
guidelines c. Management of TB in special
situations
Dr.V.K. Arora
Dr. K.K. Chopra Dr.V.K. Arora
Dr. K.K. Chopra Dr.V.K. Arora
Dr. K.K. Chopra
Dr. R. Sarin
 
29 “Tuberculosis and Pregnancy: A
short review”
Sanjay Rajpal. DOTS Delhi Newsletter, March
2011.
30 “A study on profile of cases referred to RNTCP facilities in an urban pocket of central Delhi.” K.K.Chopra DOTS Delhi Newsletter, March
2011.
31 “Profile of PAN sensitive casesamong MDR suspects referred toIntermediate Reference Laboratory”. M. Hanif and Deepika Suman Sharma. DOTS Delhi Newsletter, March
2011.
32 “Female Genital Tuberculosis :
Clinical Review”
K.K.Chopra DOTS Delhi Newsletter, Vol
III/issue III/2011.
33 A short review on “TB and Liver” Sanjay Rajpal Delhi TB Association bulletin
April, 2011.
34 “TB – New Diagnostic Tests Sanjay Rajpal Delhi DOTS Newsletter, June,
2011
35 Trend in Annual Risk of Tuberculous Infection in North India Kamal Chopra, Vineet K.Chadha, Jitendra Ramchandra, Nishi Aggarwal PLoS ONE 7(12): e51854.
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0051854
36 Diagnosis of MDR TB by rapid
assays
K.K. Chopra, M. Hanif, Hema Sundaram NTI Builletin Vol. 47
37 Tuberculosis control and tobacco cessation : the cross links Meera Dhuria,
K.K. Chopra
NTI Builletin Vol. 47
38 An editorial entitled “What we have gained through Indian Journal of Tuberculosis during year 2012 Dr. K.K. Chopra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis.
January 2013.

1991-2006

S.NO Name of Reprint Author’sName Reprint From
1. Identification of mycobacteria other than TB by protein finger printing N.K.Jain,B.B. Kachroo,Gobind Prasad, M. Hanif Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 38,1991
2 Case-control studies Nishi, J.K. Aggarwal Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 43
3 Study of epidemiology of tuberculosis in an urban population of Delhi: report on 30 year follow-up NDTB Centre Indian Journal of Tuberculosis
4 Management of genital tuberculosis K.K. Chopra Drug Today.
5 Pharmacokinetics of pyrazinamide in patients of pulmonary tuberculosis with Jaundice N.K. Jain, D.K. Sharma, V.K. Garg, T.N. Sharma Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 38,1991
6 Initial and acquired isoniazid and rifampicin resistance to m. tuberculosis and its implications for treatment N.K. Jain, K.K. Chopra,Gobind Prasad Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 39,1992
7 Prevalence of HIV infection among tuberculosis patients N.K .Jain, J.K. Aggarwal,K.K.Chopra,S.P. Khanna Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 43,1996
8 Laboratory diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis: conventional and newer approaches N.K. Jain Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 43,1996
9 In vitro activity of ofloxacin against clinical isolates of mycobacterium tuberculosis N.K. Jain, S.P. Khanna,B.B. Surpal, T. Fatima Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 43,1996
10 Prevalence of HIV infection among tuberculosis patients in Delhi –a sentinel surveillance study S.K. Jain, J.K. Aggarwal, S.Rajpal, U. Baveja. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 47,2000.
11 Isoniazid induced psychosis-a case report Sanjay Rajpal, Raj Kumar, V.K. Dhingra, Kabir Shekh Indian Journal of Allergy Applied Immunology, 14(1), 2000
12 Epituberculosis responding without change of treatment regimen a-case report V.K. Dhingra, Sanjay Rajpal, Raj Kumar Indian Journal of Allergy Applied Immunology, 15(2), 2001
13 Ambient air pollution and chronic respiratory morbidity in Delhi Sunil Chhabra , Pragati Chhabra, Sanjay Rajpal,R.K. Gupta Archives of Environmental Health, Vol. 56, No. 1,2001.
14 Concomitant presentation of pulmonary tuberculosis and pulmonary hydatid disease in a TB health worker V.K. Dhingra, Sanjay Rajpal, Raj Kumar Indian Journal of Allergy Applied Immunology, 15(2), 2001.
15 MDR TB – current issues M.M. Singh, K.K. Chopra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 51,No.1.
16 Radiological and bacteriological profile of pulmonary tuberculosis in diabetics V.K. Dhingra, Sanjay Rajpal, Raj Kumar, K.K. Chopra Indian Journal of Allergy Applied Immunology, 16(2), 2002
17 Typing of drug resistant isolates of mycobacterium tuberculosis: from India using the is 6110 element reveals substantive polymorphism Normal Siddiqi, M. Hanif et al. Infection, Genetic & Evoloution.
18 Molecular characterization of multidrug-resistant isolates of mycobacterium tuberculosis from patients in north India Noman Siddiqi, M Hanif et al. Anti-Microbial Agents & Chemotherapy,2002.
19 Elephantiasic lupus vulgaris mimicking lyphogranuloma venereum : a case report D. Pandhi, S. Rajpal et al. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 49, 2002.
20 Sputum grading as predicator of treatment outcome in pulmonary tuberculosis Sanjay Rajpal, V.K. Dhingra, K.K. Chpora Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 49, 2002.
21 Dependence on radiology for diagnosing pulmonary tuberculosis: an urban situation V.K. Dhingra, S.Rajpal, J. K Aggarwal, K.K Chopra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 49, 2002.
22 Tuberculosis epididymo-orchitis treated with intermittent therapy : a case report V. K. Dhingra, Sanjay Rajpal, M.Malik, Raj Kumar Indian Journal of Allergy Asthma Immunology, 16 (1), 2002.
23 Awareness regarding tuberculosis in a rural population of Delhi R. Malhotra, D.K.Taneja, V. K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal Indian Journal of Community Medicines, Vol. 27, No.2, 2002.
24 Prevalence of Tuberculosis in police force-a epidemiological Survey V. K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal, Nishi Aggarwal, S.N. Gaur Indian Journal of Allergy Asthma Immunology, 16 (2), 2002.
25 MDR tuberculosis V. K. Dhingra Newsletter, Delhi TB Association, Vol. 4, No.15.
26 Fifty sixth national conference on tuberculosis and chest diseases: a brief review M.M singh, V.K. Dhingra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 49, 2002.
27 Health related quality of life (HRQL) scoring in tuberculosis V. K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal, Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 50, 2002.
28 Health care seeking pattern of tuberculosis patients attending an urban TB clinic in Delhi V. K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Journal of communicable Diseases, 34 (3).
29 MDR TB current issues M.M singh, K.K. Chopra Indian Journal of Tubercle, 51, 2004.
30 Large scale validation of a latex agglutination test for diagnosis of tuberculosis Samita Bhaskar, J.N. Banvalekar, M. Hanif FEMS Immunology& Medical Microbiology, 1613
31 Managing Tuberculosis at intermediate K.K Chopra International Traning Course Report,2004
32 Patients Satisfaction With docs Amrita Misra,Rajni Gupta,v.k.Dhingra,S.Rajpal A bestract Published in 31’st Annual National Conference of Indian Association of Preventive and Social Medicine,2004.
33 Revised National TB Control Programme:its success and Weakness V.K Dhingra  
34 Treatment of tuberculosis control and their satisfaction with DOTS-1/1/2 YEAR Follow -Up V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Summaries of papers published in proceedings of 58’ National Confrence on Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases,2004
35 Summaries of Papers-58’th national Conference on Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases. V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Summaries of papers published in proceedings of 58’ National Confrence on Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases,2004
36 Radiation risk to Patients in chest Practice V.K .Dhingra News Letter,Delhi TB Association,no.19,2005
37 Health related quality of life (HRQL) Social in (DR-12 Score) V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Journal of Communicable Diseases,37(4),2005
38 Validity and reliability of sputum smear examininition as diagnostic and screening test for Tuberculosis V.K .Dhingra Nishi Aggarwal et al Indian journal of Allergy Asthma Immunlogy ,17(2)
39 Tuberculosis is the elderly and their treatment outcomes under dots S.N Gaur, V.K Dhingra ,S.Rajpal et Indian journal of Tuberculosis 51, 2004
40 Breast- Feeding during treatment of tubercolosis V.K .Dhingra IMA West Town ,News Bulletin,2004.
41 Prevalence of initial drug resistance to m,Tuberculosis in new sputum positive RNTCP Patients. V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Journal of Communicicable Disease ,35 (2)
42 Tuberculosis trend among household contacts of TB Patients V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Indian journal of Journal of Medicines ,Vol .29,No.1,2004.
43 Treatment of Tuberculosis Pleural effusion Patients andtheir Satisfaction w with DOTS-1/1/2Year Follow up* V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Indian journal of Tuberculosis 51,2004.
44 Adverse drug reactions observed DOTS V.K .Dhingra, S.Rajpal etal. Abstract Published in joint Annual Conference of Indian Socciety for Malaria and other Communicable Diseases & the Indian Association of Epiidemoiologist,2004.
45 Dots V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Newsletter, Delhi TB Association, 2004
46 Radiation risk to patients in chest practice V.K. Dhingra Newsletter, Delhi TB Association, 19, 2005
47 Gender bias in tuberculosis K.K. Chopra, Nishi Aggarwal, J.K. Aggarwal 55 th TB Seal Campaign, 2004, Tai.
48 Quality assurance of sputum examination: backbone of revised national tuberculosis program V.K. Dhingra, V.K. Arora 57 th TB Seal Campaign, 2006, Tai.
49 Pediatric tuberculosis K.K.Chopra 57 th TB Seal Campaign, 2006, Tai.
50 Dots for tuberculosis – is the panacea for adults equally effective for the younger population; experience from a university hospital’s TB clinc in New Delhi V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal , D.Kalra et al. Abstract published in Public Health and the Environment, 2004.
51 A young man with midline swelling over the front of chest V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 52, 2005.
52 Adverse drug reaction observed during dots V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Journal of Communicable Disease, 36(4),2004
53 Bilateral diffuse tuberculosis of the parotid gland V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. JCPSP,Vol.16(1),2006
54 PCR amplification of shorter fragments from the DEVR(RV3133C) gene significantly increase the sensitivity of tuberculosis diagnosis Soumitesh Chakraborty, M. Hanif et al. FEMS, Microbial Lett 257,2006.
55 RNTCP and NGO’s M.M. Singh, V.K. Dhingra Newsletter, Delhi TB Association,No. 20, 2005
56 Seasonality in tuberculosis three years observation under DOTS V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Abstract published in Souvenir, NATCON 2006.
57 Treatment outcome of category ii regimen in *failure’ and *relapse’ sub-groups and their follow-up. V.K. Dhingra, S. Rajpal et al. Summaries of paper published in Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 2006.
58 Paradoxical response during treatment tuberculosis V.K. Dhingra The Indian Practitioners, Vol. 59, No. 8,2006
59 Utility of universal sample processing methodology, combining smear microscopy, culture, and PCR, for diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis Soumitesh Chakraborty, M. Hanif et al. Journal of Clinical Microbiology, Vol.43, No.8 2006.
60 Treatment of tuberculosis in liver disease(a clinician’s view) V.K. Dhingra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 53, 2006.
61 Need for enhanced IEC activites M.M. Singh, K.K.Chopra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 53, 2006.
62 HIV and TB K.K. Chopra HEMA, Vol. 4,Issue 12.

1966-1990

S.NO Name of Reprint Author`s Name Reprint From
1 The 19th international tuberculosis conference S.P Pamra Indian journal of tuberculosis, 1967.
2 Five year follow up of primary pleurisy with effusion S.P. Pamra, S.S Goyal , G.P. Mathur, Gobind prashad. Proceedings of 22nd tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1967.
3 B.C.G Vaccination Editorial S.P Pamra India Pediatric, vol 13 NO.4
4 A Trial of relatively inexpensive regimens in the domiciliary treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis S.P Pamra, R. Narasimhan, Hemraj, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 23rd tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1968.
5 Clinical significance of drug resistance S.P Pamra, R. Narasimhan, Hemraj, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 22nd tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1967.
6 Symposium on chemotherapy of tuberculosis in developing countries S.P Pamra Indian journal of tuberculosis, 1967.
7 Simultaneous BCG and Small Pox Vaccination S.P Pamra , G.P Mathur Proceedings of 23rd tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1968.
8 Pulmonary tuberculosis in the aged S.P Pamra, Govind Prashad, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 23rd tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1968.
9 Role of nurses in the national tuberculosis control programme M.Paul Proceedings of 24th tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1969.
10 Results of two phase treatment S.P Pamra, Hemraj, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 24th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1969.
11 Results of re - treatment S.P Pamra, Jaswant singh, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 24th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1969.
12 Tuberculosis in mental patients S.P. Pamra, S.S Goyal , G.P. Mathur Proceedings of 24th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1969.
13 Intra individual & inter individual variations in microscopy of sputum smears S.P Pamra, R. Narasimhan,  G.P Mathur India Journal of tuberculosis, 1969
14 A trial of relatively inexpensive regimens in the domiciliary treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis S.P Pamra, R. Narasimhan, Hemraj, G.P Mathur India Journal of tuberculosis, 1969
15 A comparison of alkali and acid homogenisation technique in the culture of m.tuberculosis. S.P Pamra, R. Narasimhan, G.P Mathur Proceedings of 25th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1970.
16 Changes in the pattern and behavior of pulmonary tuberculosis , 1955.65 Gobind Prashad Proceedings of 25th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1970.
17 Epidemiology  of haemoptysis S.P. Pamra, S.S. Goyal , Bodhraj, G.P. Mathur Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 1970
18 Disease among household contracts of pulmonary tuberculosis patients S.P. Pamra, S.S. Goyal , G.P. Mathur Proceedings of 25th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1970
19 A critical appraisal of the relative merits of radiology and bacteriology in case finding S.P. Pamra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 1970
20 Bacillary content of lesions from resected tuberculous lungs S.P Pamra, H.B Dingley, R. Narasimhan Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 17, No. 4
21 Causes of treatment  failure S.P. Pamra, Gobind Prashad, G.P. Mathur Proceedings of 26th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1971
22 Effects of chemoprophylaxis on minimal pulmonary tuberculosis lesions of doubtful activity S.P. Pamra ,  G.P. Mathur Bulletin of WHO , Vol. 45, 1971
23 A medical social investigation S.P. Pamra , S.H. Pathak, G.P. Mathur Proceedings of 26th  tuberculosis & chest Diseases Workers conference 1971
24 A co-operative trial on the toxicity and efficacy of thiacetazone S.P.Pamra Indian Journal of Medical research , 59,1971
25 Sodium lauryl sulphate method of culturing sputum for mycobacterium tuberculosis R.Narasimhan, G.P.Mathur, S.P.Pamra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 19, No. 4, 1972.
26 Allergic broncho pulmonary aspergillosis S.P.Pamra, Z.U Khan, R.S.Sandhu, M.Iliyas Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 19, No. 2, 1972
27 A concurrent comparison of an unsupervised daily oral regimen of thiacetazone plus isoniazid and a fully supervised twice- weekly regimen of streptomycin plus isoniazid in the domiciliary treatment of pulmonary tuberculos is a co-operative investigation S.P.Pamra, G.P.Mathur Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, vol. 20, No. 3, 1973
28 An operational research study in the out patient department(medical)of a big hospital. S.S.Nair, G.P.Mathur The Bombay Hospital Journal, vol.15, No. 4, 1973
29 Causes of failure of domiciliary chemotherapy in pulmonary tuberculosis S.P.Pamra, Govind Prasad, G.P.Mathur Tubercle, 54,1973
30 Results of domiciliary treatment in an urban T.B. clinic K.C. Mathur , K.D. Singh – from  NDTB Centre Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol.11, No. 2.
31 Causes of failure of domiciliary tuberculosis S.P. Pamra BIMA, Vol. 2, 1973
32 Baciliary resistance in tuberculosis M.M. Singh, S.P. Pamra, S.P. Tripathi Summary of a panel discussion, Indian Journal Chest Disease, 15, 3, 1973.
33 Relapse in pulmonary tuberculosis after medical treatment S.P. Pamra, Gobind Prasad, G.P. Mathur Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 21, No. 2, 1974
34 A cooperative study of tuberculosis cervical lymphadenitis S.P. Pamra, G.P. Mathur Indian Journal of Medical Research, 62,11, 1974
35 A study to evaluate the contribution of an additional third drug as an initial supplement in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis S.P. Pamra, B.B. Surpal, G.P. Mathur Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 21, No. 2, 1974
36 Whither  tuberculosis S.P. Pamra Indian Journal of Chest Disease, Vol. 16, 1974
37 Chemotherapy of pulmonary tuberculosis in retrospect and prospect S.P. Pamra 13th  National Conference on TB & Chest Diseases,  Suppl. to  Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 23, No. 2, 1976
 
38 Relapse in pulmonary tuberculosis S.P. Pamra, Gobind Prasad, G.P. Mathur American Review of Respiratory Diseases Vol. 23, 1976
39 An atypical case of allergic aspergilliosis due to aspergillus niger S.P. Pamra, H.B. Upreti, S.N. Ray, S.K. Shomp Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 23, No. 4, 1976
40 23rd international tuberculosis conference S.P. Pamra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 33, No. 1, 1976
41 Recent advances in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis S.P. Pamra Journal of the Association of Physicians of India, Vol. 25, No. 11, 1977
42 Extent and pattern of tuberculosis disease, amongst children S.P. Pamra, S.S. Goyal , G.P. Mathur Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 25, No. 2, 1977
43 Concurrent comparison of results of domiciliary chemotherapy of  pulmonary tuberculosis under trial and routine conditions in an urban clinic B.B. Surpal Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 24, No. 2, 1977
44 Chemotherapy of pulmonary tuberculosis present status S.P. Pamra Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, Vol. 26, No. 3, 1979
45 Ventilation- perfusion studies in bronchiectasis M.M. Singh, Deepak Talwar, P. Singh Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 34, 1987
46 Ultrasonically guided fine needle aspiration biopsy(fnab) of intrathoracic  lesions M.M. Singh, R.K. Gupta, D.K. Das, C.S. Pant Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences,  Vol. 29, No. 2, 1987
47 Cervical  lymphadenitis
 
Research Committee of TAI Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 34,1987
48 Treatment taken before reporting at a tuberculosis clinic P. Saxena , G.P. Mathur, M.M. Singh Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 34,1987
49 Fifth tuberculosis association of India short course Chemotherapy trial Research Committee of TAI Indian Journal of Tuberculosis, 36,1989
50 ELISA in the diagnosis of pulmonary tuberculosis M.M. Singh, Rohit Sarin Indian Journal of Chest Diseases & Allied Sciences, 27, No. 3, 1989

1949-1965

S.NO

              Name of Reprint

  Author’sName

      Reprint  From

1

Preliminary report on the occurrence of silicosis amongst stone masons

B.K Sikand,  S.P  Pamra

Transactions of the 7th Tuberculosis workers conference, 1949

 2

Tuberculosis in children

B.K. Sikand, S.P. Pamra

Indian Journal of pediatric, vol. 21, No. 87, 1954

3

A clinical trial of p-acetylaminobenzaldehyde thiosemicarbazone in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

B.K. Sikand , S.S. Goyal, G.P. Mathur

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol. 11, No. 1

4

Results of domiciliary treatment in an urban T.B Clinic

K.C. Mathur, K.D. Singh etal. From delhi TB centre

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol. 11, No. 2

5

B.C.G.  Vaccination

B.K. Sikand

Talk given at conference at Delhi at golden jubilee anniversary of the all india medical licentlates conference.

6

Ambulatory Pneumothorax

B.K. Sikand

 

7

Rehabilitation of the tuberculous a practical approach

B.K. Sikand

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol.4, No. 1, 1956

8

Clinicaland epidemiological results of chemotherapy in domicilliary treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis

B.K. Sikand,  S.P. Pamra

Bulletin of the International union against tuberculosis, vol. 26 N0. 3 - 4, 1956

9

Changes in the clinical manifestations of pulmonary tuberculosis during the last ten years

B.K. Sikand

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .5, No. 3,1958

10

A simple pre – treatment technique for sputum comprising the use of a combination of pancreatin and cetavlon for the routine cultivation of tubercle bacilli

B.K. Sikand, A. Rangarao

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .5, No. 2, 1958

11

Incidence of T.B as judged by re-surveys ; a study of Delhi police

B.K. Sikand, Raj narain, G.P. Mathur

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .6, No. 3, 1959

12

Behaviour of sputum negative cases of pulmonary tuberculosis

B.K. Sikand,  S.P. Pamra

Proceedings of 7th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference.

13

Domicilliary treatment scheme in practise

B.K. Sikand

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .3, No. 1, 1960

14

A note re-orientation of the clinic system

B.K. Sikand

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .8, No. 2, 1961

15

Domicilliary treatment results of antibiotic therapy

B.K. Sikand, S.P. Pamra

Proceedings of 13th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference.

16

Effects of chemotherapy on minimal pulmonary tuberculosis lesions of doubtful activity

B.K. Sikand, S.P. Pamra, G.P Mathur

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, 1965

17

Effects of one year’s drug treatment on the pool of infection

B.K Sikand, S.S Goyal, Jaswant Singh

Proceedings of 19th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference, 1964

18

BCG Vaccination amongst school children without prior tuberculin testing

B.K Sikand , S.P Pamra

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, 1964

19

Panel  discussion on problems connected with home treatment of tuberculosis

S.P Pamra

Proceedings of 19th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference, 1964

20

Analysis and presentation of data

G.P Mathur

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, vol .16, No. 2, 1969

21

Domiciliary treatment in tuberculosis control programme of Delhi

S.P Pamra

Maharashtra Medical Journal

22

A Tuberculosis clinic without x-ray

B.K Sikand

Indian Journal of tuberculosis, 1965

23

Treatment of drug resistant cases of pulmonary tuberculosis with second line drugs

B.K Sikand , S.P Pamra, S.S Goyal

Proceedings of 20th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference, 1965

24

Panel discussion on “case finding programme”

S.P Pamra

Proceedings of 20th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference, 1965

25

Susceptibility testing for second line drugs ethionamide, cycloserine and thiacetazone

R. Narasimhan

Proceedings of 20th tuberculosis & chest diseases workers conference, 1965.