Scholarena Journal of Infectious Diseases (SAJID) is a multidisciplinary peer reviewed, open access journal which covers wide aspects in the study of infectious diseases. Its research is focused on academic, medical and industrial applications.

SAJID aims to publish latest research articles and serve the scientific community by exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers at the same time strive to publish quality articles, it plays a key role in exposure of reviewed articles through online for free and openly available to researchers worldwide.     

RECENT ARTICLES
Self-Report Justifications for Serial Sex Murder: An Exploratory Study of Neutralization Techniques
Thirty-eight out of seventy-five convicted serial sex murderers returned a survey which asked them to indicate their reasons for committing the crime of first degree murder along with at least one sexual act. Matza and Sykes’ theory on the techniqu...
A Rare Case of Vanishing Lung Syndrome
Vanishing lung syndrome (VLS) or idiopathic giant bullous emphysema is a rare condition characterized by giant bulla in one or both upper lobes of the lung, occupying at least one third of hemithorax. The lung appears to be disappearing on routine ch...
Structural and Optical Characteristics of Cu Doped Sno2 Nanostructures
Copper doped tin oxide nanostructures were prepared by sol-gel method. Before that tin oxide and copper nanoparticles were synthesized using sol-gel and their structural and Optical properties were studied. ...
The Antioxidant Flavonoids, Orientin and Vicenin Enhance Repair of Radiation-Induced Damage
Orientin (Ot) and vicenin (Vc), two water soluble flavonoids isolated from the Indian Holy Basil, are potent radioprotectants, but the mechanisms of protection are not fully understood. In the present study, we investigated the effects of these flavo...
Zirconia based Crowns for Esthetic Rehabilitation of Severely Discolored Teeth: A Case Report
According to studies, the smile is the first contact in human relationship. With the “media smile” in our society today, esthetic concerns of our patients are increasing. Despite the long-term reliability of the metal-ceramic prostheses, they hav...
Association of Begomovirus with Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L.) leaf curl virus disease in southern India
A severe leaf curl disease of Okra with high disease incidence and loss of production was observed during field survey of various locations of Southern India, and causal organism was identified as Begomovirus and its association was confirmed by poly...