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Co-seismic deformation and gravity changes of the India- Nepal and Myanmar earthquakes. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available Co-seismic deformation and gravity field changes caused by the Mw6.
This difference is attributed to their different focal depths and our use of different models. Except certain differences in the near field, both models give similar deformation and gravity results for the Myanmar event. Helicobacter pylori bab characterization in clinical isolates from Bhutan, Myanmar , Nepal and Bangladesh. Full Text Available Helicobacter pylori BabA is an important outer membrane protein that involves in the attachment to the gastric mucosa and enhances the virulence property of the bacterium.
This study was aimed to characterize the bab genotypes, to evaluate its association with cagA, vacA and clinical diseases as well as degree of gastric inflammation. The locus specific forward and bab specific reverse primers were used to get the specific products by PCR, which could distinguish the three locus A, B and C. The histological activities were evaluated according to the Updated Sydney system. In patients from high risk countries Bhutan and Myanmar relatively higher frequencies of strains with babA-positivity Strains with two loci occupied were the most prevalent in Bhutan The higher prevalence of virulence associated babA-positive characteristics and enhanced histological activities in Bhutan than in Myanmar , Nepal and Bangladesh might partly explain why the peoples in Bhutan are at higher risk for developing severe gastric complications.
Helicobacter pylori BabA is an important outer membrane protein that involves in the attachment to the gastric mucosa and enhances the virulence property of the bacterium. Multidimensional poverty and catastrophic health spending in the mountainous regions of Myanmar , Nepal and India. Economic burden to households due to out-of-pocket expenditure OOPE is large in many Asian countries. Though studies suggest increasing household poverty due to high OOPE in developing countries, studies on association of multidimensional poverty and household health spending is limited.
This paper tests the hypothesis that the multidimensionally poor are more likely to incur catastrophic health spending cutting across countries. A total of households from India, households in Nepal and households in Myanmar covered under the PVA survey. Poverty is measured in a multidimensional framework by including the dimensions of education, income and energy, water and sanitation using the Alkire and Foster method.