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Bal Krishan Gilja

TitleASSISTANT PROFESSOR
InstitutionMount Sinai
DepartmentPathology
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    1. Gilja BK, Shah VP. Hydrops fetalis due to ABO incompatibility. Clin Pediatr (Phila). 1988 Apr; 27(4):210-2.
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    2. Gilja BK, Keh WC, Kasambalides EJ, Thung SN, Gerber MA. Correlation of polyalbumin receptors with hepatitis B surface antigen polypeptides in human sera. Arch Pathol Lab Med. 1986 Nov; 110(11):1021-4.
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    3. Thung SN, Gerber MA, Kasambalides EJ, Gilja BK, Keh W, Gerlich WH. Demonstration of pre-S polypeptides of hepatitis B virus in infected livers. Hepatology. 1986 Nov-Dec; 6(6):1315-8.
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    4. Kasambalides EJ, Gilja BK, Gerber MA. Effects of glycosylation inhibitors on the expression of polyalbumin receptors by hepatitis B surface antigen produced in vitro. J Gen Virol. 1985 Nov; 66 ( Pt 11):2443-51.
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    5. Gilja BK, Kasambalides EJ, Bressler RS, Thung SN, Gerber MA. Secretion of polyalbumin receptors in vitro. J Med Virol. 1985 Apr; 15(4):335-41.
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    6. Shah VP, Gilja BK. Hemolytic disease of newborn due to anti-Duffy (Fya). N Y State J Med. 1983 Feb; 83(2):244-5.
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    7. Sussman LN, Gilja BK. Blood grouping tests for paternity and nonpaternity. N Y State J Med. 1981 Mar; 81(3):343-6.
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