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  • Increased industrialization, urbanization and mechanization are being associated with the dramatic changes in perception of health beneficial food which in turn has led to a significant decrease in the occurrence of chronic non-communicable diseases viz. obesity, diabetes-mellitus, cardiovascular diseases, stroke and hypertension and some types of cancer. Fatless fermented milk added with whey protein concentrate at 3% level was prepared by inoculating 1% inoculum of Lactobacillus acidophilus-015 and Lactobacillus casei-297 at 1:1 ratio and fed to albino rats for 45 days.

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  • Leprosy, first described in ancient Indian texts from the sixth century B.C., is a nonfatal, chronic infectious disease caused by Mycobacterium leprae, whose clinical manifestations are largely confined to the skin, peripheral nervous system, upper respiratory tract, eyes, and testes. The unique tropism of M. leprae for peripheral nerves (from large nerve trunks to microscopic dermal nerves) and certain immunologically mediated reactional states are the major causes of morbidity in leprosy.

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