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pundir
Member since: Nov 25, 2008
From: Haryana, India
Status: Scientist Solutions Evangelist
My points: 1645    what's this
Name: Arvind Singh Pundir
 


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My Disciplines: not given
Areas of Interest: not given

About My Research

Cytoarchitechtural study of development in human auditory cortex from prenatal to adult in  the primary auditory cortex (PAC), {the PAC is located in the dorsal portion of the superior temporal gyrus in the temporal lobe, and  it has been identified in Heschl’s gyrus, where it forms the auditory cortex and the other  subdivisions or assosiation areas around primary auditory cortex (PAC)} with the help of certain markers which includes certain calcium binding protiens,tracers,dyes and others.......



 

 

My Affiliations:

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Off the bench I enjoy:

  • playing Cricket,
  • surfing net,
  • making friends,
  • helping others