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Dr. Jaykaran
 
Highest Degree: PostDoc. in Research Methodology from Veer Narmad South Gujarat University, India
 
Institute: Government Medical College, Surat, India
 
Area of Interest: Pharmacology and Toxicology
  •   Biostatistics
  •   Drug Delivery
  •   Medical Ethics
  •   Neuropharmacology
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.1515
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Deoghare, S., Jaykaran, P. Yadav, N.D. Kantharia, N. Chavda and R.V. Lokesh, 2010. Drug review on cycloset. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 317-318.
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2:   Jaykaran, 2009. Still in search of a herbal medicine: Culprit is poor methodological quality of research. Indian J. Pharmacol., 41: 91-91.
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3:   Jaykaran, 2009. Is cytochrome modulation the new frontier for decreasing the risk of cataract. Indian J. Pharm., 41: 289-289.
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4:   Jaykaran, 2009. New policy on compensation for injured research subjects. Indian J. Med. Sci., 63: 311-312.
5:   Jaykaran, 2009. Surrogate end points and their role in clinical trial. Indian J. Pharmacol., 41: 54-54.
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6:   Jaykaran, M. Saurabh, P. Yadav, N. Chavda and P. Mody, 2010. False positive clinical trials published in four Indian Medical Journals: A survey. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 822-823.
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7:   Jaykaran, M.K. Saurabh, G. Sharma, Poonam, N. Jyoti and M. Chaudhari, 2010. Effect of amitryptyline on some cognitive functions of patients of depression. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 287-291.
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8:   Jaykaran, M.K. Saurabh, S. Gohiya, V. Gohiya, G. Sharma and N. Chavda, 2010. Reporting of power, sample size and confidence interval in negative clinical trials published in four Indian Medical Journals. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 298-300.
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9:   Jaykaran, P. Bhardwaj, N.D. Kantharia, P. Yadav and A. Panwar, 2009. Acute toxicity study of an aqueous extract of Ficus racemosa Linn., Bark in albino mice. Internet J. Toxicol., Vol. 6. .
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10:   Jaykaran, P. Bhardwaj, N.D. Kantharia, P. Yadav and A. Panwar, 2009. Effect of fluoxetine on some cognitive functions of patients of depression. Indian J. Psychol. Med., 31: 24-29.
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11:   Jaykaran, P. Yadav, P. Bhardwaj and J. Goyal, 2009. Problems in reporting of statistics: comparison between journal related to basic science with journal related to clinical practice. Internet J. Epidemiol., Vol. 7(1). .
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12:   Jaykaran, P. Yadav, P. Bhardwaj, A. Panwar and N. Chavda, 2009. Perception of faculties regarding the stress in medical education- A qualitative study. The Inter. J. Epid., .
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13:   Jaykaran, P., P. Bhardwaj, N. Chavda, P. Yadav and A. Panwar, 2009. Prescribing knowledge of the intern doctors in India. Inter. J. Epid., .
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14:   Jaykaran, S. Gohiya, V. Gohiya, G. Sharma, M.K. Saurabh and P. Yadav, 2010. Reporting of the methodological quality and ethical aspects in clinical trials published in Indian Journals: A survey. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 307-309.
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15:   Karan, J., J.P. Goyal, P. Bhardwaj and P. Yadav, 2009. Statistical reporting in Indian pediatrics. Indian Pediatr., 46: 811-812.
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16:   Karan, J., N.D. Kantharia, P. Yadav and P. Bhardwaj, 2010. Reporting statistics in clinical trials published in Indian Journals: A survey. Pak. J. Med. Sci., 26: 212-216.
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17:   Saurabh, M.K., Jaykaran, A.K. Yadav and N. Jyoti, 2010. Study of prescribing pattern and assessment of rational use of drugs in tertiary hospital, Rajasthan. J. Pharmacy Res., 3: 474-477.
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18:   Saurabh, M.K., Jaykaran, N. Chavda, P. Yadav, N.D. Kantharia and L. Kumar, 2010. Misuse of standard error of mean (SEM) when reporting variability of a sample: A critical appraisal of four Indian Journals. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 277-279.
19:   Saurabh, M.K., Jaykaran, P. Yadav, N. Chavda, R.V. Lokesh, S. Deodhare and M. Chaudhari, 2010. Reporting of missing data in clinical trials published in four Indian Journals- A survey. J. Pharmacy Res., 3: 277-279.
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