Ocular infections: Research in India

Sharma, S.
April 2010
Indian Journal of Medical Microbiology;Apr2010, Vol. 28 Issue 2, p91
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the prevalence of eye infections in India. The author reveals that the Indian government has supported research projects for the development of a DNA microchip for the diagnosis of eye infections. The author thinks that it is only fitting that India should lead in finding the best diagnostic methods and treatment strategies to stop the prevalence of eye infection in India. .


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