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  1. Kang, G.,Desai,R., Arora,R.,Chitambar,S., Naik, T.N., Krishnan, T., Deshpandey, J., Gupte,M.D.,Venkaasubramaniam,S.,Gentsch,J.R., Parashar,U.D., Mathew, A., Anita, Sr.,Ramani, S., Sowmynarayanan,T.V., Moses,P.D., Agarwal,I., Simon, A.,Bose, A.,Chhabra, P., Fadnis, P., Bhatt, J., Shetty,S.J., Saxena,V.K.,Mathur,M.,Jadhav,A., Roy,S.,Mukherjee, A. and Singh,N.B. Diversity of circulating rotavirus strains in children hospitalized with diarrhoea in India.Vaccine 31(2013) 2879.

  2. Kang, G., Arora, R., Chitambar, S.D., Deshpande, J.M. and Gupte, M.D., Multicenter, hospital based surveillance of rotavirus disease and strains among Indian children aged less than 5 years. J Infect Dis (2009) S147.

  3. Das, A., Manickam, P., Hutin, Y., Pattanaik, B., Pal, B.B., Chhotra, G.P., Kar, S. and Gupte, M.D. Two sequential outbreaks in two villages illustrate the various modes of transmission of cholera in Orissa, Eastern India, 2005. Epidemiol Infect 137 (2009) 906.

  4. Sharma, P.K., Ramakrishnan, R., Hutin, Y., Manickam, P. and Gupte, M.D. Risk factors for typhoid in Darjeeling, West Bengal, India: evidence for practical action. Trop Med Int Health 14 (2009) 696.

  5. Das, A., Manickam, P., Hutin, Y., Pattanaik, B., Pal, B.B., Chhotray, G.P., Kar, S.K. and Gupte, M.D. Two sequential outbreaks in two villages illustrate the various modes of transmission of cholera. Epidemiol Infect 137 (2009) 906.

  6. Sugunan, A.P., Vijayachari, P., Sharma, S., Manickam, P., Natarajaseenivasan, K. Roy, S., Gupte, M.D. and Sehgal, S.C. Risk factors associated with leptospirosis during an outbreak in middle Andaman, India. Indian j Med Res 130 (2009) 67.

  7. Das, A., Manickam, P., Hutin, Y., Pal, B.B., Chhotray, G.P., Kar, S.K. and Gupte, M.D. An outbreak of cholera associated with an unprotected well in Parbatia, Orissa, Eastern India. J Health Popul Nutr 27(2009) 646.

  8. Bitragunta, S., Murhekar, M.V., Hutin, Y.J., Kuruva, S., Murthy, S.P., Reddy, K.S., Rao, G.M. and Gupte, M.D. Outbreak of waterborne hepatitis E in Hyderabad, India 2005. Epidemiol Infection 7 (2008) 1.

  9. Sharma, P.K., Ramakrishnan, R., Hutin, Y.J. and Gupte, M.D. Increasing incidence of malaria in Kurseong, Darjeeling district, West Bengal, India (2000-2004). Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg (2008) .

  10. Thilakavathi, S., Gupte, M.D., Boopathi, K., Mathai, A.K. and Dorairaj, V.S. Perception of HIV testing at an STD clinic in India. AIDS Care 20 (2008) 26.

  11. Kroger, A., Pannikar, V., Htoon, M.T., Jamesh, A., Katoch, K., Krishnamurthy, P., Ramalingam, K., Jianping, S., Jadhav, V., Gupte, M.D. and Manickam, P. International open trial of uniform multi-drug therapy regimen for 6 months for all types of leprosy patients: rationale, design and preliminary results. Trop Med Int Health 13 (2008) 594.

  12. Vasna, J., Gupte, M.D. and Bhagavandas, M. A Bayesian approach to study the space time variation of leprosy in an endemic area of Tamil Nadu, South India. Int J Health Geographics 7 (2008) 40.

  13. Brahmam, G.N.V., Kodavalla, V., Raj Kumar, H., Rachakulla,H.K., Kallam, S., Myakala, S. P., Paranjape, R.S., Gupte, M.D., Ramakrishnan, L., Kohli, A. and Ramesh, B.M. Sexual practices, HIV and sexually transmitted infections among self-identified men who have sex with men in four high HIV prevalence states of India. AIDS 22(Suppl5) (2008) S45.

  14. Vadivoo, S., Gupte, M.D., Adhikary, R., Kohli, A., Kangusamy, B., Joshua, V., Mathai, A.K., Kumar, K., Mainkar, M. and Goswami, P. Appropriateness and execution challenges of three formal size estimation methods for high-risk population in India. AIDS 22 (suppl.5)(2008) S137.

  15. Subramanian, T., Gupte, M.D., Paranjape, R.S., Brahmam. G.N.V., Lakshmi, R., Adhikary, R., Kangusamy, B., Thomes, B.E., Srinivasan, K. and Girish, C.P.K. HIV, sexually transmitted infections and sexual behaviour of male clients of female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Maharashtra, India. AIDS 22 (2008) S69.

  16. Subramanian, T., Gupte, M.D., Paranjape, R.S., Brahmam, G.N.V., Ramakrishnan, L., Adhikary, R., Kangusamy,B.,Thomas, B.E., Kallan, S. and Girish, C.P.K. HIV, sexually transmitted infections and sexual behaviour of male clients of female sex workers in Andhra Pradesh, Tamil, Nadu and Maharashtra, India. AIDS 22 (2008) S69.

  17. Vadivoo, S., Gupte, M.D., Adhikary, R., Kohli, A., Kangusamy, B., Joshua, V., Mathai, A.K., Kumar, K., Mainkar, M. and Goswami, P. Appropriateness and execution challenges of three formal size estimation methods for high-risk populations in India. AIDS 22 (2008) S137.

  18. Bitragunta, S., Murhekar, M.V., Hutin, Y.J., Penumur, P.P. and Gupte, M.D. Persistance of diphtheria, Hyderabad, India (2003-2006). Emerg Infect Dis 14 (2008) 1144.

  19. Kaur, P., Manickam, P., Murhekar, M.V., Ramachandran, V., Ramachandran, R., Raju, H.K., Perumal, V., Mishra, A.C. and Gupte, M.D. Chikungunya outbreak, South India (2006). Emerg Infect Dis 14 (2008) 1623.

  20. Jayshree R S, Shafiulla M, George J, David J K, Bapsy P P, Chakrabarti A,   Microscopic, cultural and molecular evidence of disseminated invasive aspergillosis involving the lungs and the gastrointestinal tract.  J Med Microbiol 2006;55:961- 4

  21. Panda, S., Suresh Kumar, M.,Saravanamurthy, P.S., Mahalingam, P., Vijayalakshni, A. Balakrishnan, P., Kantesh, B., Tamby, P.A., Jabbar, S., Ragaiyan, G., Flessenkaemper, S., Grosskurth, H. and Gupte, M.D. Sexually transmitted infections and sexual practices in injection drug users and their regular sex partners in Chennai, India. Sex Transm Dis J 34 (2007) 250.

  22. Subramanian, T., Gupte, M.D. and Ezhil, R. AIDS: An understanding in rural women in South-India. Indian J Sex Transm Dis 28 (2007) 10.

  23. Kaur, P., Rao, T.V., Sankarasubbaiyan, S., Narayan, A.M., Ezhil, R., Ramachandra Rao, S. and Gupte, M.D. Pravalence and distribution of cardiovascular risk factors in an urban industrial population in South India: a cross sectional study. J Assoc Physicians India 55 (2007) 771.

  24. Kumar M Suresh, Murhekar Manoj V, Hutin Yvan, Subramanian Thilakavathi, Ramachandran Vidya, Gupte Mohan D,   Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in a coastal fishing village in Tamil Nadu, India, after the December 2004 tsunami.  Am J Public Health 2006;97:99- 101

  25. Subramanian, T., Gupte, M.D., Mathai, A.K. and Dorairaj, V.S. Factors associated with HIV seroprevalence among STD patients attending a Govt. STD clinic in Chennai, South India. Indian J Sex Trans Dis 27 (2006) 50.

  26. Siva Sankaran, Saravanna, Manickam, P., Ramakrishnan, R., Hutin, Y. and Gupte, M.D. Estimation of measles vaccination coverage using the Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) method, Tamil Nadu, India 2002-03, in Global epidemiology Proc of the third TEPHINET conference, Beijing, China, Nov.8-12, 2004, MMWR 55 (2006) 16.

  27. Mohan, A., Murhekar, M.V., Wairagkar, N.S., Hutin, Y.J. and Gupte, M.D. Measles transmission following the tsunami in a population with a high one-dose vaccination coverage, Tamil Nadu, India 2004-05. BMC Infect Dis 6 (2006) 143.

  28. Gupte, M.D., Mehendale, S.M., Pandav, C.S., Paranjape, R.S. and Kumar, M.S. HIV-1 prevalence in young adults in South India. Lancet 368 (2006) 114.

  29. Shen Jian-ping, Gupte M D, Jiang Cheng, Manickam P, Yu Mei-wen, Li Wen-zhong,   Trends of case detection and other indicators of leprosy in China during 1985-2002.  Chin Med Sci J 2005;20:77- 82

  30. Wairagkar, N.S., Vaidya, S.R., Raja, D., Shaikh, N.J., Ramamurthy, N., Murhekar, M., Gupte, M.D. and Mishra, A.C. Molecular surveillance of measles in India (V-385) in Proc of International Union of Microbiological Societies-2005 XIII International Virology Congress at Moscone Centre, San Francisco, California, USA (July 23-28,2005).

  31. Panda, S., Kumar, M.S., Lokabiraman, S., Jayashree, K., Satagopan, M.C., Solomon, S., Rao, U.A., Rangaiyan, G., Filessenkaemper, S., Grosskurth, H. Gupte, M.D. Risk factors for HIV infection in injection drug users and evidence for onward transmission of HIV to their sexual partners in Chennai, India. J Acquir Immune Defic Syndr 39 (2005) 9.

  32. Deshpande, J.M., Runkarni, D.P., Nadkarni, S.S., Manickam, P. and Gupte, M.D. Field performance of VVM is evaluated in India. Polio Lab Network Quarterly Update 10 (2004) 2.

  33. Sugunan, A.P., Ghosh, A.R., Roy, S., Gupte, M.D., Sehgal, S.C.. A cholera epidemic among the Nicobarese tribe Ancowry, Andaman & Nicobar, India. Am J Trop Med Hyg 71 (2004) 822.

  34. Gupte, M.D., Murthy, B.N., Mahmood, K., Meeralakshmi, S., Nagaraju, B. and Prabhakaran, R. Application of lot quality assurance sampling for leprosy elimination monitoring - examination of some critical factors. Int J Epidemiol 33 (2004) 344.

  35. Subramanian, T., Gupte, M.D. and Tripathy, S.P. Social Diseases : The Present Scenario. Health, Illness and Society in the New Millennium (2004) 134.

  36. Jianping S, Gupte MD, Manickam P, Meiwen Y, Wenzhong L, Liangbin Y.   Trends in case detection influenced by leprosy elimination campaigns in certain areas of China.  Indian J Lepr. 2004;76:39- 50

  37. Sinha S, Kannan S, Nagaraju B, Sengupta U, Gupte MD.   Utility of serodiagnostic tests for leprosy: a study in an endemic population in South India.  Lepr Rev. 2004;75:266- 73

  38. Ramakrishnan R, Patel MS, Gupte MD, Manickam P, Venkataraghavan S.   An institutional outbreak of leptospirosis in Chennai, South India.  J Commun Dis. 2003;35:1- 8

  39. Gupte, M.D. Field trial of leprosy vaccines. Trends in Malaria and Vaccine Res (2002) 250.

  40. Pandey, Arvind, Mishra, P. and Ojha Ashutosh. An analysis of the child spacing effect of the utilization of maternal health care services in some selected states of India, In Biostatistical Aspects of Health & Epidemiology, (eds) C M Pandey U Singh & Mishra P , Prakashan Kendra, Lucknow (2002) 39.

  41. Satgopan, M.C., Gupte, M.D., Murthy, B.N. and Jabbar, S. Estimation of cure relapse and success rates of short-course chemotherapy in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis: a meta-analysis. Indian J Tuberc 49(2002) 87.

  42. Gupte, M.D. Leprosy Epidemiology. Indian Assoc of Dermatologists, Venereologists and Leprologists Textbook and atlas of Dermatology. Vol II(2) ed Bhalani Publishing House, Mumbai (Ed. R G Vaja) (2001) 1543.

  43. Murthy BN, Subbiah M, Boopathi K, Ramakrishnan R, Gupte MD.   Lot quality assurance sampling (LQAS) for monitoring leprosy elimination in an endemic district in Tamilnadu.  Indian J Lepr. 2001;73:111- 9

  44. Gupte, M.D., Britto, R.L.J. and Vallishayee, R.S. A comparative trial of single dose chemotherapy in paucibacillary leprosy patients with two to three skin lesions. Indian J Lepr 73 (2001) 131.

  45. Gupte MD, Ramachandran V, Mutatkar RK.   Epidemiological profile of India: historical and contemporary perspectives.  J Biosci. 2001;26:437- 64

  46. Gupte MD, Kumar BK, Elangovan A, Arokiasamy J.   Modelling epidemiology of leprosy.  Indian J Lepr. 2000;72:305- 16

  47. Gupte, M.D., Sampath, D.K. Ethical issues considered in Tamil Nadu leprosy vaccine trial. Issues Med Ethics 8 (2000) 10.

  48. Thilakavathi, S., Venkatarao, T., Ramakrishnan, R., Suresh Kumar, S.K., Gupte, M.D. A study on psycho-social aspects of geriatric people in rural area. Indian J Prev Soc Med 30 (2000) 66.

  49. Thilakavathi, S., Suresh Kumar, S.K., Kachirayan, M., Ramakirshnan, R., Gupte, M.D. Risk of STDs/AIDS in the sexual behaviour of eunchs from Villupuram district. Indian J Sex Transm Dis 20 (2000) 47.

  50. Gupte MD.   Field trials of a single dose of the combination rifampicin-ofloxacin-minocycline (ROM) for the treatment of paucibacillary leprosy.  Lepr Rev. 2000;71 Suppl:S77- 80

  51. Gupte, M.D. South India immunoprophylaxis trial against leprosy. Relevance of the findings in the context of trends in leprosy. Lepr Rev 71 (2000) 43.

  52. Britto, R.L.J., Ramanathan, V.D. and Gupte, M.D. Lymphadenitis following leprosy vaccine. Int J Lepr 65 (1997) 12.

  53. Vallishayee RS, Gupte MD, Anantharaman DS, Nagaraju B.   Post-vaccination sensitization with ICRC vaccine.  Indian J Lepr. 1996;68:167- 74

  54. Gupte MD.   Elimination of leprosy: forecasts and projections.  Indian J Lepr. 1994;66:19- 35

  55. Nagaraju B, Gupte MD.   Diagnostic problems of early leprosy in field studies.  Indian J Lepr. 1994;66:463- 72

  56. Gupte, M.D. Leprosy Vaccines-An update. Swasth Hind (1993) 15.

  57. Gupte MD.   Early diagnosis of leprosy under field conditions.  Indian J Lepr. 1993;65:3- 12

  58. Gupte MD, Vallishayee RS, De Britto LJ, Anantharaman DS.   Sensitization potential and reactogenicity of varying doses of BCG plus killed Mycobacterium leprae: an extended study.  Int J Lepr Other Mycobact Dis. 1993;61:563- 70

  59. Gupte, M.D., Anantharaman, D.S., De Britto, R.L.J., Vallishayee, R.S., Nagaraju,B., Kannan, S. and Sengupta, U. Sensitization potential and reactogonecity of BCG with and without various doses of killed M.leprae. Int J Lepr Other Mycobact Dis 60 (1992) 340.

  60. Gupte, M.D., Vallishayee, R.S., Anantharaman, D.S. and Kannan, S. Effect of skintest with M.leprae soluble antigen on reaction to a subsequent test with the same antigen. Int J Lepr Other Mycobact Dis(1992) 54.

  61. Gupte MD.   Venezuela results and after.  Indian J Lepr. 1992;64:451- 9

  62. Gupte MD.   The relevance of future leprosy vaccines to disease control.  Lepr Rev. 1992;63 Suppl 1:99s- 105s

  63. Gupte, M.D. Epidemiology in the context of leprosy eradication. GLRA Silver Jubilee Vol. "Dimensions of leprosy eradication" (1991) 1.

  64. Gupte MD.   Vaccines against leprosy.  Indian J Lepr. 1991;63:342- 9

  65. Gupte MD, Vallishayee RS, Nagaraju B, Ramalingam A, Lourdusamy G, Kannan S.   Inter-observer agreement and clinical diagnosis of leprosy for prophylaxis studies.  Indian J Lepr. 1990;62:281- 95

  66. Gupte, M.D. Is anti-leprosy vaccine in sight? Swasth Hind Vol.XXXIV (1990) 3.

  67. Gupte, M.D. Comparison of vaccine trial designs for leprosy prophylaxis. WHO Report of the Second IMMLEP/THELEP Subcommittee meeting on Field Research (FIELDLEP), September 1989 (P-8).

  68. Gupte MD, Anantharaman DS, Nagaraju B, Kannan S, Vallishayee RS.   Experiences with Mycobacterium leprae soluble antigens in a leprosy endemic population.  Lepr Rev. 1990;61:132- 44

  69. Gupte, M.D., Nagaraju, B. and Uthayakumaran, N. Early Leprosy: Self healing or misdiagnosis. Biennial Conference of the Indian Association of Leprologists (Nov. 1989) 1.

  70. Desikan, K.V., Nagaraju, B., Kannan, S. and Gupte, M.D. Diagnosis of early leprosy: Clinical and Histopathological diagnosis. Absts book of the XVI-biennial conference of the Indian Association of Leprologists. (Nov.1989) 1.

  71. Gupte MD, Anantharaman DS.   Use of soluble antigens in leprosy epidemiology.  Lepr Rev. 1988;59:329- 35

  72. M.D. Gupte. Leprosy Vaccine, Special Issue - 'Planning and Management of the Leprosy Programme' of the J "Health Administ". 60 (1988) 1.

  73. Gupte, M.D. BCG : A candidate vaccine for prevention of leprosy. Proc of IAL Workshop on Vaccine Trials in Leprosy, held at Purulia, West Bengal, 3-4 Nov. 1988 An IAL Publication (1988) 65.

  74. Gupte MD, Raj CA, Kannan S, Desikan KV.   Reliability of direct skin smear microscopy in leprosy.  Indian J Lepr. 1988;60:566- 71

  75. M.D. Gupte. Epidemiological Evaluation of MDT Programmes. Proc of the Joint Meeting of Indian and THELEP scientists on MDT in Leprosy, Schieffelin Leprosy Research & Training Centre, Karigiri, March, 1988.

  76. Gupte, M.D. Epidemiology of leprosy in relation to control. Technical report series (WHO) (1985) 716.

  77. Gupte, M.D., Khirwadkar, S.R., Kar, M.V., Yellapurkar and Nilakanta Rao M.S. Sample survey for estimating Leprosy Prevalence in Wardha Distt.XII International Lep. Congress-Proceedings (1984) 587.

  78. Gupte, M.D. Leprosy Vaccines-A critical assessment. Indian J Lepr (suppl. No.2) (1984) 469.

  79. Nath I, Narayanan RB, Mehra NK, Sharma AK, Gupte MD.   Concanavalin A induced suppressor activity in human leprosy.  J Clin Lab Immunol. 1979;2:319- 24

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