Supram Hosuru Subramanya



  1. Subramanya S, Jillwin J, Rudramurthy S, Rijal K, Nayak N, Chakrabarti A, et al. Primary invasive laryngeal mycosis in an immunocompetent patient: a case report and clinico-epidemiological update. BMC Infect Dis. 2018;18:323 pubmed publisher
    ..This is the first case of invasive laryngeal aspergillosis reported in Nepal. The extraction of DNA from tissue and sequencing helps to identify the etiological agent, when culture fails to isolate the fungus. ..
  2. Subramanya Supram H, Gokhale S, Chakrabarti A, Rudramurthy S, Gupta S, Honnavar P. Emergence of Magnusiomyces capitatus infections in Western Nepal. Med Mycol. 2016;54:103-10 pubmed publisher
    ..1-4, 2, 0.12-0.5, 0.12-0.5, 0.25, 1-4, and 1-4 μg/ml, respectively. Presence of M. capitatus infection was not known in Nepal, and the study should alert the clinicians and infectious disease specialists. ..
  3. Hosuru Subramanya S, Thapa S, Dwedi S, Gokhale S, Sathian B, Nayak N, et al. Streptococcus pneumoniae and Haemophilus species colonization in health care workers: the launch of invasive infections?. BMC Res Notes. 2016;9:66 pubmed publisher
    ..3 %) followed by interns (64.9 %), least being amongst the laboratory workers (58.3 %). The higher rate of colonization amongst HCW raises the possibility of occupational risk as well as horizontal spread of infections. ..
  4. Subramanya S, Pai V, Bairy I, Nayak N, Gokhale S, Sathian B. Potassium permanganate cleansing is an effective sanitary method for the reduction of bacterial bioload on raw Coriandrum sativum. BMC Res Notes. 2018;11:124 pubmed publisher
    ..Decontamination with 0.1% potassium permanganate was found to be more effective than three steps wash with sterile water. ..
  5. Subramanya S, Sharan N, Baral B, Hamal D, Nayak N, Prakash P, et al. Diversity, in-vitro virulence traits and antifungal susceptibility pattern of gastrointestinal yeast flora of healthy poultry, Gallus gallus domesticus. BMC Microbiol. 2017;17:113 pubmed publisher
    ..More studies with advanced techniques are needed to quantify the risk of spread of these potential pathogens to environment and human. ..
  6. Subramanya S, Baral B, Sharan N, Nayak N, Metok Y, Sathian B, et al. Antifungal susceptibility and phenotypic virulence markers of Candida species isolated from Nepal. BMC Res Notes. 2017;10:543 pubmed publisher
    ..56%), 44 (61.97%) and 49 (69.01%) isolates respectively. None of the isolates showed DNAase activity. Fifty-five (77.39%) isolates were biofilm producers, and 53 (74.6%) exhibited high cell surface hydrophobicity. ..