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  1. Comparative study of ischemia modified albumin and nitric oxide in hyperthyroidism
    Monica Verma1, Kiran Dahiya1, Veena Singh Ghalaut1, Abhishek Soni2, Jagjeet Singh3, Vasudha Dhupper1
    American Journal of Physiology, Biochemistry and Pharmacology. 2014; 3(1): 17-20.
  2. Determinants of Unmet Need for Family Planning In a Developing Country: An Observational Cross Sectional Study
    Saima Nazir, Anshu Mittal, Bhupinder K Anand, RKD Goel, Jagjeet Singh, Arshad Rashid
    National Journal of Community Medicine. 2015; 6(1): 86-91.
  3. QTL mapping for salinity tolerance at seedling stage in rice
    M. R. Islam1,3, M. A. Salam1
    , L. Hassan2?
    , B. C. Y. Collard3
    ,
    R. K. Singh3
    and G. B. Gregorio3
    Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture. 2011; 23(2): 137-146.
  4. Parent induced self-medication among under five children: an observational cross sectional study
    Saima Nazir, Kanu Goel, Anshu Mittal, Jagjeet Singh, RKD Goel, Arshad Rashid
    TAF Preventive Medicine Bulletin. 2015; 14(2): 81-86.
  5. Prevalence and pattern of substance abuse among school childern in nothern India: A rapid assesment study
    Syed Shuja Qadri, RKD Goel, Jagjeet Singh, Surendra Kumar Ahluwalia, Rambha Pathak, Humaira Bashir
    International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2013; 2(2): 273-282.
  6. Assessment of body mass index among undergraduate medical students—a cross-sectional study from the Medical College of Haryana
    Sachin Singh Yadav, Parmal Saini, Zahid Ali Khan, Tanoja Bachloo, Randheer Kumar, Jagjeet Singh
    International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2016; 5(4): 705-708.



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