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Singh D, Pandey K, Das VN, Das S, Verma N, Ranjan A, Lal CS, Topno KR, Singh SK, Verma RB, Kumar A, Sardar AH, Purkait B and Das P. Evaluation of rK-39 Strip Test Using Urine for Diagnosis of Visceral Leishmaniasis in an Endemic Region of India.  Am Am J Trop Med Hyg. 2013; 88(2): 222-226. doi: 10.4269/ajtmh.2012.12-0489. (Epub 2012 Nov 13).


Pandey K, Das VN, Singh D, Das S, Lal CS, Verma N, Bimal S, Topno RK, Siddiqui NA, Verma RB, Sinha PK and Das P. Post-kala-azar dermal leishmaniasis in a patient treated with injectable paromomycin for visceral leishmaniasis in India. J Clin Microbiol. 2012; 50(4): 1478-1479. (Epub 2012 Jan 25).


Das VN, Siddiqui NA, Verma RB, Topno RK, Singh D, Das S, Ranjan A, Pandey K, Kumar N and Das P. Asymptomatic infection of visceral leishmaniasis in hyperendemic areas of Vaishali district, Bihar, India: a challenge to kala-azar elimination programmes. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg, 2011; 105(11): 661-666. (Epub 2011 Sep 25).


Sarnoff R, Desai J, Desjeux P, Mittal A, Topno R, Siddiqui NA, Pandey A, Sur D and Das P. Visceral leishmaniasis supplement: the economic impact of visceral leishmaniasis on rural households in one endemic district of Bihar, India.  Trop Med Int Health, 2010 May 6. [Epub ahead of print]


Das P, Samuels S, Desjeux P, Mittal A, Topno R, Siddiqui NA, Sur D, Pandey A and Sarnoff R. Annual incidence of visceral leishmaniasis in an endemic area of Bihar, India. Tropical Medicine and International Health ,2010; 15(suppl. 2):1-8.


Singh VP, Ranjan A, Topno RK, Verma RB, Siddique NA, Ravidas VN, Kumar N, Pandey K and Das P. Estimation of under reporting of Visceral Leishmaniasis cases in Bihar, India. American Journal of Tropical Medicine Hygiene, 2010; 82(1): 9-11.


Topno RK, Das VN, Ranjan A, Pandey K, Singh D, Kumar N, Siddiqui NA, Singh VP, Kesari S, Kumar N, Bimal S, Kumar AJ, Meena C, Kumar R and Das P. Asymptomatic infection with visceral leishmaniasis in a disease-endemic area in bihar, India. Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2010; 83(3): 502-506.


Das VN, Pandey K, Verma N, Lal CS, Bimal S, Topno RK, Singh D, Siddiqui NA, Verma RB and Das P. Development of Post Kala-Azar Dermal Leishmaniasis (PKDL) in Miltefosinetreated visceral leishmaniasis. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2009; 80(3): 336-338.


Das VN, Siddiqui NA, Pandey K, Singh VP, Topno RK, Singh D, Verma RB, Ranjan A, Sinha PK and Das P. A controlled, randomized nonblinded clinical trial to assess the effi cacy of  mphotericin B deoxycholate as compared to pentamidine for the treatment of antimony unresponsive visceral leishmaniasis cases in Bihar, India. Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management, 2009; 5: 117–124.


Singh D, Pandey K, Das VN, Das S, Kumar S, Topno RK and Das P. Novel noninvasive method for diagnosis of visceral leishmaniasis by rK39 testing of sputum samples. J Clin Microbiol. 2009; 47(8): 2684-2685.


Pandey k, Sinha PK, Das VN, Nawin Kumar,.Bimal S, Verma RB, Verma N, Lal CS, Topno RK, Siddiqui NA, Singh D and Das P. Tuberous sclerosis with visceral leishmaniasis: a case report. Journal of Medical Case Reports, 2009; 3: 9027.


Kumar N, Pandey K, Das VN, Sinha PK, Topno RK, Lal CS, Bimal S, Verma N and Das P. HIV infection, visceral leishmaniasis and Guillain –Barre syndrome in same patient: a case report. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasitol, 2008; 102(2): 185-188.


Topno RK, Pandey K, Das VN, Kumar N, Bimal S, Verma RB, Siddiqui NA, Singh D, Kumar R, Kumar P, Ranjan A, Das P and Sinha PK. Visceral Leishmaniasis in pregnancy – role of Amphotericin B. Ann. Trop. Med. & Parasitol, 2008; 102(3): 267-270.


Kumar N, Pandey K, Das VN, Sinha PK, Topno RK, Verma N, Lal CS, Das P and Bhattacharya SK. Miltefosine in the Treatment of a case of Visceral Leishmaniasis with Renal Dysfunction. Ann Trop Med Parasitol, 2007; 101(7): 649-651.


Pandey K, Sinha PK, Das VN, Kumar N, Verma N, Bimal S, Lal CS, Topno RK, Singh D, Verma RB, Bhattacharya SK and Das P. Wilson Disease with Visceral Leishmaniasis: An Extremely Uncommon Presentation. Am J Trop Med Hyg, 2007; 77(3): 560 – 561.