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Speech to speech translation: a communication boon

Karunesh Arora, Sunita Arora, Mukund Kumar Roy
2013 CSI Transactions on ICT  
doi:10.1007/s40012-013-0014-4 fatcat:u7kmfqbjb5cfvkvxiubwybdcbq

Issue:3 Citation: Arora Sunita et al. Ijppr

Arora Sunita, Saini Manju
2017 Human Journals Research Article October   unpublished Citation: Arora Sunita et al.  ...  Sunita et al.  ... 

Synthesis, characterization and fungitoxicity of substituted benzimidazoles

Geetika Arora, Sunita Sharma, Jyoti Gaba
2019 Zenodo  
Department of Chemistry, Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141 004, Punjab, India E-mail:,, Manuscript received online 05 September 2018, revised 20 February 2019, accepted 26 February 2019 Condensation of ortho-phenylenediamine with different substituted carboxylic acids afforded benzimidazoles in the presence of concentrated hydrochloric acid. Synthesized compounds were characterized
more » ... y their IR, 1H NMR and 13C NMR spectra. The compounds were screened for their fungicidal activity against Rhizoctonia solani and Fusarium moniliforme by poisoned food technique. All the benzimidazoles exhibited less activity than standard bavistin at all the tested concentrations. Some of the synthesized compounds showed promising to moderate activity.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5648100 fatcat:nzu6ymtwynbapmshikkyfwdifq

Synthesis and microbial activity of pyrazolines

Jyoti Gaba, Sunita Sharma, Geetika Arora, Sukesha Joshi, Akhil Goyal
2015 Zenodo  
Department of Chemistry, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141 004, Punjab, India E-mail :,,, Department of Plant Breeding and Genetics, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana-141 004, Punjab, India E-mail : Manuscript received online 01 December 2014, revised 10 February 2015, accepted 27 March 2015 Claisen-Schmidt reaction of different aromatic aldehydes with acetone gave
more » ... turated ketones (1a-7a) which on further reaction with hydrazine hydrate in the presence of glacial acetic acid afforded pyrazolines (1b-7b). Synthesized compounds were characterized by their IR, 1H NMR and 13C NMR spectra. All the synthesized pyrazolines were screened for their microbial activity against Bacillus sp., Pseudomonas sp., Acinetobactor sp. and Klebsiella sp. Pyrazolines having substitution on benzene ring exhibited lower MIC values than pyrazolines having no substitution on benzene ring for all the tested bacteria. All pyrazolines exhibited less activity than standard ampicillin at all concentrations. Some of the synthesized compounds showed promising to moderate activity against all the microbes.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5701033 fatcat:mgrbzj2wtzawri25mkziq6k4fy

Collaborative Speech Data Acquisition for Under Resourced Languages through Crowdsourcing

Sunita Arora, Karunesh Kumar Arora, Mukund Kumar Roy, S.S. Agrawal, B.K. Murthy
2016 Procedia Computer Science  
Scarcity of resources in under resourced languages may leave these languages behind in race of development of data driven NLP systems. Crowdsourcing has come up as a technique to bridge this gap, as it offers approach for collecting such resources in collaborative manner. Though some of Indian languages are widely spoken throughout the world yet many of them are resource poor when it is measured in terms of availability of transcribed and annotated resources for building reliable data driven
more » ... tems. This paper describes an experience of speech data collection for Hindi through mobile using this approach for building automatic speech recognition and other speech based retrieval systems. This approach covers a lot of variety in terms of microphones and surrounding environment etc. Besides cost saving and speedy data collection it offers the advantage of adaptation of the framework for collecting different types of resources for various applications in language independent manner like word sense disambiguation, Named Entity Recognition, Sentiment Analysis etc. Experiences, analysis and challenges faced in recordings of more than 100 speakers are reported.
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2016.04.027 fatcat:xpezpsoqkjaq7edzd7wh6woqju

Acute Disseminated Encephalomyelitis Following Dengue Infection

Gurmeet Singh, Gursharan Singh, Sunita Arora
2015 Pediatric Oncall  
LETTER TO EDITOR (VIEWERS CHOICE) AcuTe DIsseMInATeD encephAloMyelITIs FollowIng Dengue InFecTIon Gurmeet Singh, Gursharan Singh, Sunita Arora Dengue fever is caused by four distinct type of RNA viruses  ... 
doi:10.7199/ped.oncall.2015.8 fatcat:beqjmdgbxnepfpve7ivhficqsi

Humeral Metastasis from Cervical Cancer: A Rare Case Report

Sonia Chhabra, KanikaTaneja, Megha Ralli, Sunita Singh, Aditi Arora, Sohrab Arora, Pansi Gupta
2015 Middle East Journal of Cancer  
Long bone metastasis in cervical cancer is a rare presentation generally seen in the lumbar column or ribs. The reported rates of bone metastases are between 15%-29%. It is associated with poor prognosis. Bone scan and magnetic resonance imaging are useful techniques for diagnosis. In this case report, a 32-year old female with a previous history of cervical carcinoma FIGO stage IIIA presented with severe pain and swelling in her right humerus. X-ray and magnetic resonance imaging findings were
more » ... non-conclusive and suggestive of a lytic lesion. She was diagnosed with metastatic cervical cancer according to fine needle aspiration cytology. Fine needle aspiration cytology is considered an important means to confirm clinical suspicion of local recurrence or metastasis of a known cancer without subjecting the patient to further surgical intervention. Suspicious bone lesions, especially in the patient with a past history of cancer should be promptly investigated as they can represent evidence of advanced malignant disease, thereby leading to early therapeutic intervention and decreased morbidity in such patients.
doaj:b482d568cd2e4d4c85357c09eb0e49ad fatcat:ejgvjhx6l5cihhqnd7jvqm46um

Next Generation Clinical Practice — It's Man Versus Artificial Intelligence!

Sunita Bijarnia-Mahay, Veronica Arora
2019 Indian Pediatrics  
doi:10.1007/s13312-019-1671-7 fatcat:3v5obqnixfav3b665zgpbecjpu

Atypical presentation of congenital diaphragmatic hernia: case report

Sunita Arora, Gurpreet Kaur
2019 International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics  
The Congenital diaphragmatic hernia generally presents with severe respiratory distress in the neonatal period and usually occurs once in every 2,000-3500 births. Late-presenting congenital diaphragmatic hernia (CDH) has been defined as CDH diagnosed after the neonatal period due to initial symptoms after the neonatal period or asymptomatic CDH found in the course of routine X-ray examination of the chest beyond the neonatal period. When late presentations occur, patients may be asymptomatic or
more » ... may be critically ill with unusual respiratory and gastrointestinal symptoms. Case characteristics: 3yrs old female child presented with history of pain abdomen, abdominal distension, vomiting, respiratory distress and fever since 5days. Chest tube was inserted in view of left sided pleural effusion. Later on, diagnosed with diaphragmatic hernia. Outcome Child was operated, and diaphragmatic repair done and was discharged successfully after 38 days. Message: Congenital diaphragmatic hernia should be considered in the differential diagnosis of any child with unusual respiratory or gastrointestinal symptoms and abnormal chest radiographic findings.
doi:10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20193759 fatcat:jhzihvtqkbfvvllute56s4tdyi

Neurological presentation of Wilson's disease without overt hepatic involvement

Sunita Arora, Arshpuneet Kaur
2021 International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics  
Wilson disease (hepatolenticular degeneration) is a rare autosomal recessive disease. Here, we report a child affected by Wilson disease with only neurological manifestations without hepatic involvement.
doi:10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20210667 fatcat:obsnj3xwaneftcasrr75ieloaq

Extending the Phenotype and Identification of a Novel Candidate Gene for Immunodeficiency in 5q11 Microdeletion Syndrome

Veronica Arora, Shruti Aggarwal, Sunita Bijarnia, Meena Lall, Anju Joshi, Ratna Dua-Puri, Umang Arora, Ishwar Verma
2018 Molecular Syndromology  
Table 2 . 2 Arora/Aggarwal/Bijarnia/Lall/Joshi/ Dua-Puri/Arora/Verma Mol Syndromol 2018;9:312-318 DOI: 10.1159/000494995 Mol Syndromol 2018;9:312-318 DOI: 10.1159/000494995  ... 
doi:10.1159/000494995 pmid:30800048 pmcid:PMC6381899 fatcat:3wguz3ed4va6tp7kc4wmp5vbbq

Micro-morphological descriptions on Cenchrus species from Rajasthan (India)

Sunita Arora, Ganesh Kumar
2018 Annals of Plant Sciences  
Cenchrus setigerus Vahl, commonly known as "Bird wood grass" is a highly nutritious grass treated as an excellent pasture for animal husbandry (Arora and Kumar, 2018) .  ...  The grains of it pounded and mixed with Bajra flour to make a roti known as "Sogra" consumed by villagers and local persons (Arora et al., 2017) Decoction of roots of Buffel grass is given to children  ... 
doi:10.21746/aps.2018.7.3.8 fatcat:7a2kv5cbxfeshk3uvoyorvmnsa

Cocaine Use and Subclinical Coronary Artery Disease in Caucasians

Sahel Arora Sunita Dodani
2015 Journal of Clinical & Experimental Cardiology  
Objective: Cocaine remains among the most commonly used and trafficked illicit drug in the world, and its use increases myocardial demand from elevated heart rate and blood pressure, and causes coronary vasospasm leading to myocardial infarction (MI). Surrogate markers for atherosclerosis of sub-clinical coronary artery disease (CAD) are often used to assess the presence of atherosclerosis in high-risk patients. Carotid intima media thickness (CIMT) as a surrogate marker for atherosclerosis is
more » ... n independent predictor of future cardiovascular (CV) events and is routinely used in clinical studies. The objective of this preliminary study is to provide the baseline information on the presence of subclinical CAD in Caucasians with chronic cocaine use disorder using CIMT as a surrogate marker. Method: The study inclusion criteria included: a) Caucasian adult, 18 yrs and older with cocaine use disorder, as defined in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, fifth edition (DSM-5); and b) able to understand and sign the consent form (provided in English only). 40 participants were selected using convenient sampling, approached, and screened. Result: The mean LDL (low density lipoprotein), HDL (high density lipoprotein), and total cholesterol of the participants were within normal ranges. The mean right CIMT was 0.57 mm (± 0.01) and left CIMT was 0.59 mm (± 0.1). CIMT was found to be associated with route administration (p=0.0036) and smoking route had a significant positive association with the CIMT. Discussion: This study's preliminary findings of no association between chronic cocaine use and sub-clinical CAD measured by CIMT in asymptomatic, young-to-middle-aged adult Caucasian cocaine users are new and in order to support these findings, larger prospective studies are warranted.
doi:10.4172/2155-9880.1000386 fatcat:2ikfe43kovefbdn6khkm47fy3u

Role of CRP in Lower Respiratory Tract Infections

Jaskaranjot Kaur, Gursharan Singh Narang, Sunita Arora
2013 Journal of Nepal Paediatric Society  
Better diagnostic tests that establish the cause of LRTIs can reduce irrational antibiotic use. CRP is an acute phase protein that increases on inflammatory triggers can solve the purpose. The study aimed at role of CRP in distinguishing between bacterial and viral etiology. Materials and Methods: Fifty patients, aged 2 months to 5 years, with complaints of fever, cough and respiratory distress were included. Along with all other basic investigations like CBC, PBF, ESR, CRP Quantitative was
more » ... by Nycocard CRP Single Test for in vitro rapid determination. Results: In LRTI of probable bacterial aetiology mean CRP was 61.72 ±36.665 mg/l which was significantly higher than those with probable viral aetiology with mean CRP of 5.24 ±1.4 mg/l. The cut off level of CRP is taken as 9 mg/l with sensitivity of 100% and specificity of 96 %. Conclusion: CRP levels are both sensitive and specific for differentiating between viral and bacterial LRTI, thus reducing the overuse of antibiotics in clinical practice.
doi:10.3126/jnps.v33i2.8106 fatcat:bixuj5etavgotpdy5i7x5vtyte

Tuberous sclerosis with cardiac rhabdomyoma: a case report

Sunita Arora, Harnoorjit Kaur Brar, Prabhjot Kaur Dhillon
2017 International Journal of Contemporary Pediatrics  
Tuberous sclerosis or tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) is a genetic disorder, caused by mutations on either of two genes TSC1 and TSC2. Clinical manifestations are caused by growth of benign tumours in different parts of the body. Ten months old female child with four major criteria of tuberous sclerosis complex and asymptomatic cardiac rhabdomyoma is presented. A case of TSC warrants cardiac evaluation for the presence of cardiac rhabdomyoma and if a cardiac rhabdomyoma is detected on
more » ... ultrasound or postnatal echocardiography, one should have high index of suspicion for the diagnosis of TSC. Continued research on this disease has unfolded many realities regarding its etiology as well as treatment.
doi:10.18203/2349-3291.ijcp20170730 fatcat:qncgf67go5hdbbyl6gncessmy4
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