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  1. Suresh Chand Bapna

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics. Suresh Chand Bapna. Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 71 Issue 6 December 2008 pp 1301-1310 Research Articles. Development of a 2 MW relativistic backward wave oscillator · Yaduvendra Choyal Lalit Gupta Prasad Deshpande Krishna Prasad ...

  2. Navin Chand

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Development, structure and strength properties of PP/PMMA/FA blends · Navin Chand ... Role of PET in improving wear properties of PP in dry sliding condition · Somit Neogi .... 1297-1304. Morphology, thermal, electrical and electrochemical stability of nano aluminium-oxide-filled polyvinyl alcohol composite gel electrolyte.

  3. suresh kali

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. SURESH KALI. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 40 Issue 7 December 2017 pp 1519-1527. Low temperature catalyst-assisted pyrolysis of polymer precursors to carbon · RAMYA ARAGA SURESH KALI CHANDRA S SHARMA · More Details Abstract ...

  4. Kapur, Prof. Prakash Chand

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    Elected: 1988 Section: Engineering & Technology. Kapur, Prof. Prakash Chand Ph.D. (UC, Berkeley), FNAE. Date of birth: 3 July 1935. Specialization: Mineral Processing, Particulate Science & Technology, Mathematical Modelling and Waste Management Address: R-485, New Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi 110 060, U.T.

  5. S P Suresh

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education. S P Suresh. Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Volume 6 Issue 11 November 2001 pp 88-89 Book Review. The Lady or the Tiger: A Review · S P Suresh · More Details Fulltext PDF ...

  6. M Suresh Babu

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education. M Suresh Babu. Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Volume 7 Issue 3 March 2002 pp 18-24 General Article. Operating Systems - Objectives and Evolution · M Suresh Babu · More Details Fulltext PDF. Volume 7 Issue 4 April 2002 pp ...

  7. Suresh V Vettoor

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Suresh V Vettoor. Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Volume 8 Issue 9 September 2003 pp 41-48 General Article. Electrical Conduction and Superconductivity · Suresh V Vettoor · More Details Fulltext PDF ...

  8. Deshpande, Prof. Suresh Madhusudhan

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    Elected: 1974 Section: Engineering & Technology. Deshpande, Prof. Suresh Madhusudhan Ph.D. (IISc), FNAE. Date of birth: 7 March 1942. Specialization: Aerodynamics, Direct Numerical Simulations, Computational Fluid dynamics, Meshfree Methods and Data Assimilation Address: Consultant, Engineering Mechanics ...

  9. Suresh C. Jhanwar

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Genetics. Suresh C. Jhanwar. Articles written in Journal of Genetics. Volume 79 Issue 3 2000 pp 113-123. Characterization of newly established colorectal cancer cell lines: correlation between cytogenetic abnormalities and allelic deletions associated with multistep tumorigenesis · Hans Gerdes ...

  10. Confirmation that RIPK4 mutations cause not only Bartsocas-Papas syndrome but also CHAND syndrome.

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    Busa, Tiffany; Jeraiby, Mohammed; Clémenson, Alix; Manouvrier, Sylvie; Granados, Viviana; Philip, Nicole; Touraine, Renaud

    2017-11-01

    CHAND syndrome is an autosomal recessive disorder characterized by curly hair, ankyloblepharon, and nail dysplasia. Only few patients were reported to date. A homozygous RIPK4 mutation was recently identified by homozygosity mapping and whole exome sequencing in three patients from an expanded consanguineous kindred with a clinical diagnosis of CHAND syndrome. RIPK4 was previously known to be implicated in Bartsocas-Papas syndrome, the autosomal recessive form of popliteal pterygium syndrome. We report here two cases of RIPK4 homozygous mutations in a fetus with severe Bartsocas-Papas syndrome and a patient with CHAND syndrome. The patient with CHAND syndrome harbored the same mutation as the one identified in the family previously reported. We thus confirm the implication of RIPK4 gene in CHAND syndrome in addition to Bartsocas-Papas syndrome and discuss genotype/phenotype correlations. © 2017 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  11. De-authorising a Biography: Suresh Roberts versus Gordimer ...

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    After authorising Ronald Suresh Roberts to write her biography and giving him access to her papers in order to do so, Nadine Gordimer changed her mind and withdrew the authorisation, apparently because he refused to make the changes for which she asked. The South African press made the most of this quarrel, and ...

  12. Rejoinder Authors' reply to the comments made by Suresh Chandra ...

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    Suresh Chandra has started his comments on the presumption that we have used experimental data on De to evaluate it. This seems to be constructed on the basis of our inclusion of De experimental data in table 1 of our paper. We have not used experimental values of De as input for computations. As mentioned on page ...

  13. Stochastic processes, optimization, and control theory a volume in honor of Suresh Sethi

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    Yan, Houmin

    2006-01-01

    This edited volume contains 16 research articles. It presents recent and pressing issues in stochastic processes, control theory, differential games, optimization, and their applications in finance, manufacturing, queueing networks, and climate control. One of the salient features is that the book is highly multi-disciplinary. The book is dedicated to Professor Suresh Sethi on the occasion of his 60th birthday, in view of his distinguished career.

  14. CHAND LC 4445 CAPITOL. EL TERCER VIAJE DE LE CORBUSIER A CHANDIGARH, MARZO-ABRIL 1952 / Chand LC 4445 Capitol. Third trip of Le Corbusier to Chandigarh, March-April 1952

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    2010-11-01

    Full Text Available RESUMEN El tercer viaje de Le Corbusier a Chandigarh, un año después de su primer contacto con la India, está íntimamente ligado a la definición del Capitolio en tanto que plataforma activa, capaz de poner en tensión los palacios institucionales de la que forman parte, y en tanto que realidad aislada de la ciudad y únicamente vinculada a la experiencia de las vastas dimensiones del país, al llano que la sustenta, a su techo de cielo y a las montañas que ponen fin al terreno horizontal. Durante los veinticinco días que permanece en el lugar, Le Corbusier define el Capitolio como recinto y determina sus límites, introduce la física de los reflejos combinados, intensifica la topografía como tema arquitectónico que anima la plataforma del Capitolio y dibuja los jardines que preceden al palacio del Gobernador, como síntesis de todos los temas expuestos. Los resultados darán lugar, a su vuelta, al plano con número de atelier chand lc 4445 capitol. Más adelante, a medida que se definen los palacios, el Capitolio irá modificándose para alcanzar una nueva situación de equilibrio respecto a ellos, pero siempre en relación a aquello que sucedió durante esos días de 1952. SUMMARY. The third trip of Le Corbusier to Chandigarh, a year after his first contact with India, is closely bound to the definition of the Capitol as an active platform, capable of pulling together the institutional palaces of which it forms a part and as a reality isolated from the city and uniquely linked to the experience of the vast dimensions of the country, to the plain that supports it, to its ceiling of sky and to the mountains that end the horizontal land. During the twenty-five days he stayed there, Le Corbusier defined the Capitol as an area and determined its limits. He introduced the physics of the combined reflections, intensified the topography as an architectural theme that animates the platform of the Capitol and drew the gardens that lead to the

  15. Kapur, Prof. Prakash Chand

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    Date of birth: 3 July 1935. Specialization: Mineral Processing, Particulate Science & Technology, Mathematical Modelling and Waste Management Address: R-485, New Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi 110 060, U.T.. Contact: Residence: (011) 2874 2645. Mobile: 98108 16383. Email: pckapur@gmail.com, pck@vsnl.com.

  16. Gupta, Prof. Laxmi Chand

    Indian Academy of Sciences (India)

    Specialization: Superconductivity & Magnetism in Quaternary Borocarbide and other Rare Earth based Materials, Nuclear/Magnetic Quadrupole Resonance Studies, Phenomena of Mixed Valance & Heavy Fermions Address: No. 403, Vigyanshila Co-op. Housing Society, Juhu-Varsova Link Road, Andheri (West), Mumbai ...

  17. Deshpande, Prof. Suresh Madhusudhan

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    ... Jawaharlal Nehru Centre for Advanced Scientific Research, Jakkur, Bengaluru 560 064, Karnataka Contact: Office: (080) 2208 2861. Residence: (080) 2341 2029. Mobile: 94484 71243. Fax: (080) 2208 2766. Email: smd@jncasr.ac.in, desh1942@gmail.com. http://www.jncasr.ac.in/smd/ · YouTube · Twitter · Facebook ...

  18. Suresh, Prof. Subra

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    Date of birth: 30 May 1956. Address: President, Carnegie-Mellon University, 5000, Forbes Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213, U.S.A.. Contact: Office: (_1-412) 268 2200. Email: president@cmu.edu. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. 29th Mid-year meeting. Posted on 19 January 2018. The 29th ...

  19. Das, Dr Suresh

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    Specialization: Photochemistry, Photoresponsive Materials, Liquid Crystals, Photosensitizing Dyes, Photoluminiscent Materials and Photo-induced Electron Transfer Address: Executive Vice President, Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and, Environment, Sasthra Bhavan, Pattom, Thiruvananthapuram 695 004, ...

  20. Comparison of two association models (Elliott-Suresh-Donohue and simplified PC-SAFT) for complex phase equilibria of hydrocarbon-water and amine-containing mixtures

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    Grenner, Andreas; Schmelzer, Jürgen; von Solms, Nicolas

    2006-01-01

    , and water. Furthermore, the predictive capabilities of the models are investigated for four ternary systems composed of these components, which exhibit complex liquid-liquid(-liquid) equilibria (LLLE). Various aspects of association models which have an influence in the results are studied for the PC......, both models perform overall similarly for the binary systems, although ESD shows a remarkably good behavior despite its simplicity and the use of only the two-site scheme for all associating compounds. The prediction of the LLE in the ternary systems water + octane + aniline and water + CHA + aniline......Two Wertheim-based association models, the simplified PC-SAFT and the Elliott-Suresh-Donohue (ESD) equation of state, are compared in this work for the description of vapor-liquid equilibria (VLE) and liquid-liquid equilibria (LLE) in binary systems of aniline, cyclohexylamine (CHA), hydrocarbons...

  1. Rejoinder Authors' reply to the comments made by Suresh Chandra ...

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    Equation (1a) is the one we have used to have the approximate values. Relations (1) are applicable when the quadratic equation, ω0v-ω0x0v2 represents all the vibrational levels correctly. That means, ∆G is a linear function of v. Usually, this is not the case with most of the molecules as ∆G vs v curve deviates significantly at ...

  2. Marine biotoxins and its detection | Suresh | African Journal of ...

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    The incidences of intoxication due to the consumption of marine foods have been increasing in recent years. This is due to the presence of biotoxins in foods of marine origin. The biotoxins will be accumulated in the marine foods due to the consumption of toxic biota of marine origin. When this contaminated food is taken by ...

  3. Machine Shop I. Learning Activity Packets (LAPs). Section C--Hand and Bench Work.

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    Oklahoma State Board of Vocational and Technical Education, Stillwater. Curriculum and Instructional Materials Center.

    This document contains two learning activity packets (LAPs) for the "hand and bench work" instructional area of a Machine Shop I course. The two LAPs cover the following topics: hand and bench work and pedestal grinder. Each LAP contains a cover sheet that describes its purpose, an introduction, and the tasks included in the LAP;…

  4. Arikamedu: Its place in the Ancient Rome - India contacts by S. Suresh

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    , lesser- known ancient trade sites in Puducherry and Tamil Nadu. Several ports have been surveyed and excavated along the east coast of India, but not a single comprehensive mono graph covering the archaeological and historical aspects of a particular..., numismatic evidence and Indian artefacts reported in Africa and the Arabia-Persia regions are discussed. Further, the causes for decline of the trade and its subsequent impact on both Rome and India have also been deliberated. Chapter 2 deals with trade...

  5. Seasonal impact on beach morphology and the status of heavy ...

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    Chandrasekar 1992;. Rajamanickam 1992; Mohan and Rajamanickam. 2000; Chandrasekar and Rajamanickam 2002;. Rajamanickam and Angusamy 2005; Loveson et al. 2008; Suresh Gandhi and Solai 2010; Suresh. Gandhi et al. 2011).

  6. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. SHEFALI CHAND. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 41 Issue 12 December 2016 pp 1393-1406. Image coding based on maximum entropy partitioning for identifying improbable intensities related to facial expressions · SEBA SUSAN NANDINI AGGARWAL SHEFALI CHAND AYUSH GUPTA.

  7. see Pal Debabrata 939 Ambika G see Harikrishnan KP 325 Amruth ...

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    727. Chakarvarti S K see Kaur Jaskiran. 759. Chakrabarti Rajarshi. Transient state work fluctuation theorem for a classical harmonic oscillator linearly coupled to a harmonic bath. 665. Chand Fakir see Singh Ram Mehar. 647. Chand Shyam. Inter-dot coupling effects on transport through correlated parallel coupled quan-.

  8. Blast-related Ear Injuries among U.S. Military Personnel

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    Wash- ington (DC): The National Academies Press; 2009. 5. Darley DS, Kellman RM. Otologic considerations of blast injury. Disaster Med Public...Hospital, Southern Thailand. J Med Assoc Thai. 2007;90(12):2662–68. [PMID:18386718] 29. Persaud R, Hajioff D, Wareing M, Chevretton E. Otological trauma

  9. Retroesophageal right subclavian artery: a case report and review of ...

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    Scmidt FE, Hewitt RL, Flores Jr AA. Aneurism of. Anomalous Right Subclavian Artery. J Vasc Surg 1992;. 16: 90-5. 10. Sadler TW. Langman's Medical Embryology. 9th. Ed., Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins. 2004. 11. Moore KL, Persaud TVN. The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology. 6th Ed., WB Saunders.

  10. ISSN 2073 ISSN 2073 9990 East Cent. Afr. J. s 9990 East Cent. Afr ...

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    Aberrant arterial anatomy may be seen in both the normal kidney and the ectopic kidney4. Crossed renal ectopia may occur with other congenital anomalies as part of the ... http://www.dirjournal.org/sayilar/23/buyuk/pdf DIR 219.pdf. 5. Moore KL, Persaud TVN. The developing human. Clinically oriented embryology. 2003.

  11. List of Participants

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    srimathi

    ). Chanda Somen, Fakir Chand College, Diamond Harbour, 24 Parganas(South), West Bengal,. India (somen@veccal.ernet.in). Chatterjee Ambar, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Anushaktinagar, Mumbai 400 085, India. (ambar@tifr.res.in).

  12. symmetric sextic potential in two dimensions

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    symmetric sextic potential in two dimensions. FAKIR CHAND1,∗, S C MISHRA1 and RAM MEHAR SINGH2 ... resonance scattering in atomic, molecular, and nuclear physics and to some chemical reactions ...... D R Nelson and N M Snerb, Phys.

  13. Enhancing blooming period and propagation coefficient of tulip ...

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    Enhancing blooming period and propagation coefficient of tulip (Tulipa gesneriana L.) using growth regulators. Ramesh Kumar, Nazeer Ahmed, Desh Beer Singh, Om Chand Sharma, Shiv Lal, Mohammad Muzamil Salmani ...

  14. Barber. Symphony N 1, Op. 9 / Michael Oliver

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    Oliver, Michael

    1991-01-01

    Uuest heliplaadist "Barber. Symphony N 1, Op. 9. The School for Scandal Overture, Op. 5 Beach. Symphony in E minor, Op. 32, "Gaelic". Detroit Symphony Orchestra /Neeme Järvi" Chandes cassette ABTD 1550; CD CHAN 8958 (72 minutes)

  15. Journal of Earth System Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    ground tree outside forest (TOF) phytomass and carbon estimation in the semiarid region of southern Haryana: A synthesis approach of remote sensing and field data. Kuldeep Singh Pritam Chand. Volume 121 Issue 6 December 2012 pp 1469- ...

  16. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. SURESH KUMAR. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 112 Issue 6 December 2000 pp 601-605 Inorganic and Analytical. Synthesis and electrochemical studies of phenylazo substituted tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of Ni(II) · Randhir Singh Suresh ...

  17. Journal of Earth System Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. I Suresh. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 116 Issue 3 June 2007 pp 261-274. Improved bathymetric datasets for the shallow water regions in the Indian Ocean · B Sindhu I Suresh A S Unnikrishnan N V Bhatkar S Neetu G S Michael · More Details ...

  18. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. G Suresh Kumar. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 39 Issue 2 April 2014 pp 487-509. Temporal moment analysis of solute transport in a coupled fracture-skin-matrix system · V Renu G Suresh Kumar · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. In the present study, method of temporal moments has ...

  19. Sadhana | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. SURESH D SHIRBAHADURKAR. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 43 Issue 3 March 2018 pp 38. FWFusion: Fuzzy Whale Fusion model for MRI multimodal image fusion · HANMANT VENKETRAO PATIL SURESH D SHIRBAHADURKAR · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Medical treatment ...

  20. Journal of Biosciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. SURESH KUMAR SAWANTH. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 41 Issue 4 December 2016 pp 805-805 ERRATUM. The autoregulatory loop: A common mechanism of regulation of key sex determining genes in insects · SURESH KUMAR SAWANTH GAJULA ...

  1. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. Suresh Parameshwar Nayak. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 127 Issue 11 November 2015 pp 1977-1991 Articles. A new synthesis of Entacapone and report on related studies · Attimogae Shivamurthy Harisha Suresh Parameshwar Nayak Pavan ...

  2. Resonance – Journal of Science Education | Indian Academy of ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education. S P Suresh. Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Volume 6 Issue 11 November 2001 pp 88-89 Book Review. The Lady or the Tiger: A Review · S P Suresh · More Details Fulltext PDF ...

  3. Pramana – Journal of Physics | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics. Suresh Kumar. Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 67 Issue 2 August 2006 pp 369-374 Brief Reports. Proton and alpha evaporation spectra in low energy 12C andO induced reactions · E T Mirgle D R Chakrabarty V M Datar Suresh Kumar A Mitra H H ...

  4. Neuromorphic olfaction neuromorphic olfaction

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    Persaud, Krishna C; Marco, Santiago

    2016-01-01

    Engineering Aspects of Olfaction; Krishna C. PersaudStudy of the Coding Efficiency of Populations of OlfactoryReceptor Neurons and Olfactory Glomeruli; Agustín Gutiérrez-Gálvez and Santiago MarcoMimicking Biological Olfaction with Very Large ChemicalArrays; Mara Bernabei, Romeo Beccherelli, Emiliano Zampetti,Simone Pantalei, and Krishna C. PersaudThe Synthetic Moth: A Neuromorphic Approach towardArtificial Olfaction in Robots; Vasiliki Vouloutsi, Lucas L. Lopez-Serrano,Zenon Mathews, Alex Escuredo Chimeno, Andrey Ziyatdinov, Alexandre Perera i Lluna, Sergi Bermúdez i Badia, and Paul F. M. J. Verschure Reactive and Cognitive Search Strategies for Olfactory Robots; Dominique Martinez and Eduardo Martin MoraudPerformance of a Computational Model of the MammalianOlfactory System; Simon Benjaminsson, Pawel Herman, and Anders LansnerIndex.

  5. Innovative In-Situ Remediation of Contaminated Sediments for Simultaneous Control of Contamination and Erosion. Part 1

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    2011-08-01

    6 to 8, and extreme pH can harm invertebrates and fish. When the pH of freshwater becomes highly alkaline (e.g. 9.6), the effects on fish may... effect data to determine toxic effect levels (Persaud et al, 1992; Ingersoll et al., 1996; MacDonald et al., 1996). Dietary factors (i.e., sediment...15 TASK 1. LABORATORY STUDY – EFFECT OF AMENDMENTS ON CONTAMINANT MOBILITY AND BIOAVAILABILITY

  6. CME 9091 (ONLINE).indd

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    Birth - 5 years. All children. Infants <1 year of age. Hospitalised children. MDR- or XDR-TB. WHO stage 3/4 disease. Severe immune suppression. 5 - 15 years. WHO stage 3/4 .... RTV, in order that the LPV and RTV have a 1:1 ratio, is the preferred strategy. Outcomes in .... Persaud D, Gay H, Ziemniak C, et al. Absence of ...

  7. Effects of vaginal lubricants on in-vitro progressive spermatozoa ...

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    . Wilson, Jamila K. Adam, Suresh Babu Naidu Krishna. Abstract. Vaginal lubricants are used to solve intercourse difficulties or as sexual enhancers, but recent reports raise questions about their safety in terms of fertility. In this study, twenty ...

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    , Vidyadhar Y Mudkavi, Gautam N adig, Harini. Nagendra, K H Paranjape, VPati, Lara Patwardhan, C R Pranesachar,. Girish Ratnaparkhi, J ayant Rao, V Ravi, Diptiman Sen, U rna. Subbaramu, Stephen Suresh, B J Venkatachala. Our special ...

  9. One-pot, three-component synthesis of highly substituted pyridines ...

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    Author Affiliations. M Lakshmi Kantam1 Koosam Mahendar1 Suresh Bhargava2. Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Division, Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad 500 007; School of Applied Sciences, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia ...

  10. Dimethylglyoxime as an efficient ligand for copper-catalyzed ...

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    SURESH S SHENDAGE

    2018-02-07

    catalyzed hydroxylation of aryl halides. SURESH S SHENDAGE. ∗. Department of Chemistry, KET'S Vinayak Ganesh Vaze College of Arts, Science and Commerce,. Mithagar Road, Mulund (E), Mumbai, Maharashtra 400 081, India.

  11. Search for an interstellar Si2C molecule: A theoretical prediction

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    Author Affiliations. Suresh Chandra1. School of Physical Sciences, SRTM University, Nanded 431 606, India Visiting Associate, Inter-University Centre for Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pune 411 007, India ...

  12. Study of dielectric and ferroelectric properties of five-layer Aurivillius ...

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    15/224, Director, MANIT Bhopal for providing infrastructure to carry out this research project. Thankful to UGC-DAE, CSR Indore, for providing dielec- tric measurement facility (Dr A.M. Awasthi and Suresh. Bhardwaj), and for providing XRD ...

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    Author Affiliations. HANMANT VENKETRAO PATIL1 SURESH D SHIRBAHADURKAR2. Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, NDMVPS's KBT COE, Nashik 422013, India; Department of Electronics and Telecommunication, Zeal Education Society, Pune 411041, India ...

  14. List of Participants

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    Ganapathi Raman Rajendran, Noorul Islam Centre for Higher Education,. Kumaracoil, Thuckalay. Gandhi Aruna .... Bhure Shashwat Rao, Simco Global Technology & System Limited, Mumbai. Chandi Venkatesh R, Simco ... Deshpande Suresh, Specialize Instruments Marketing Co., Mumbai. Dhawale Hiral, Light Guide ...

  15. A Tribute to Bardhan and Sengupta

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    /fulltext/reso/020/07/0628-0642. Keywords. Jogendra C Bardhan; Suresh C Sengupta; phenanthrene synthesis; Diels hydrocarbon. Author Affiliations. Suchandra Chakraborty1 Chandan Saha1. Department of Clinical and Experimental ...

  16. Calcined eggshell (CES): An efficient natural catalyst for ...

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    Author Affiliations. Suresh Patil1 Swati D Jadhav1 M B Deshmukh2. Organic Research Laboratory, Padmabhushan Dr. Vasantraodada Patil College, Sangli 416 312, India; Department of Chemistry, Shivaji University, Kolhapur 416 004, India ...

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    46. High spectral response heteroleptic ruthenium (II) complexes as sensitizers for dye sensitized solar cells · M Chandrasekharam Ch Srinivasarao T Suresh M Anil Reddy M Raghavender G Rajkumar M Srinivasu P Yella Reddy · More Details ...

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    heat pump system with economizer in HT cycle · Alok Manas Dubey Suresh Kumar Ghanshyam Das ... pp 467-485 Mechanical Sciences. Laminar flow heat transfer studies in a twisted square duct for constant wall heat flux boundary condition.

  19. AUTHOR INDEX

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    J1. On a revisit to the Painlevé test for inte- grability and exact solutions for Yang's self-dual equa- tions for SU(2) gauge fields. J2. Chand Fakir see Mishra S C .... see Tripathy K C. 389. Mishra S C. Construction of exact dynamicsl invari- ants of two- dimensional classical system 601. Mitra Subhadip see Jain Pankaj. 703.

  20. A polarised SUSANS facility to study magnetic systems

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    A polarised SUSANS facility to study magnetic systems. APOORVA G WAGH1, VEER CHAND RAKHECHA1, MARKUS STROBL2 and. WOLFGANG TREIMER2. 1Solid State Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai 400 085, India. 2Berlin Neutron Scattering Center, Hahn-Meitner-Institut, Glienicker ...

  1. Comparative micropropagation efficiency of diploid and triploid ...

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    Dec 12, 2011 ... Agric. For. 1: 384:392. Pattanaik SK, Sahoo Y, Chand PK (1996). Micropropagation of Morus nigra L. from shoot tip and nodal explants of mature trees. Sci. Hort. 42: 61-67. Rey HY, Mroginski LA (2006). Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration in diploid and triploid Arachis pintoi. Biologia Plant. 50:.

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. NANDINI AGGARWAL. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 41 Issue 12 December 2016 pp 1393-1406. Image coding based on maximum entropy partitioning for identifying improbable intensities related to facial expressions · SEBA SUSAN NANDINI AGGARWAL SHEFALI CHAND AYUSH ...

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    Jagjiwanram. Effective thermal conductivity of real two-phase systems using resistor model with ellipsoidal inclusions. 373. Jain Anjana. Forbidden reflections from the aramid PPTA––A novel cor- relation with stacking faults. 47. Jain Deepak see Chand Navin. 227. Jain I P see Sisodia Veenu. 393. Jani A R see Bhatt Neha.

  4. Journal of Earth System Science | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Above-ground tree outside forest (TOF) phytomass and carbon estimation in the semiarid region of southern Haryana: A synthesis approach of remote sensing and field data · Kuldeep Singh Pritam Chand · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Trees outside forest (TOF) play an important role in global carbon cycling, since ...

  5. Development of nano indium tin oxide (ITO) grains by alkaline ...

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. S A R Hashmi. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 26 Issue 6 October 2003 pp 579-583 Tribological Materials. Role of PET in improving wear properties of PP in dry sliding condition · Somit Neogi S A R Hashmi Navin Chand · More Details Abstract Fulltext ...

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    Density operator description of geometric phenomena in the ray space. APOORVA G WAGH£ and VEER CHAND RAKHECHAЭ. Solid State Physics Division, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai 400 085, India. Email: * nintsspd@magnum.barc.ernet.in; t vcr@apsara.barc.ernet.in. Abstract. A general gauge-invariant ...

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    Evaluation of a.c. conductivity behaviour of graphite filled polysulphide modified epoxy composites · Navin Chand Deepak Jain · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Composites of epoxy resin having different amounts of graphite particles have been prepared by solution casting method. Temperature dependence of ...

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    Chand, K. Vol 3, No 2 (2014) - Articles Pulmonary function tests in air conditioner users. Abstract PDF. ISSN: 2315-5019. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors · FAQ's · More about AJOL · AJOL's Partners · Terms and Conditions of Use · Contact AJOL · News.

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    Marker-assisted pyramiding of Thinopyrum -derived leaf rust resistance genes Lr19 and Lr24 in bread wheat variety HD2733 · MONA SINGH N. MALLICK S. CHAND P. KUMARI J. B. SHARMA M. SIVASAMY P. JAYAPRAKASH K. V. PRABHU S. K. JHA VINOD · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. This study was undertaken ...

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics; Volume 79; Issue 2. Issue front cover thumbnail. Volume 79, Issue 2. August 2012, pages 173-335. pp 173-183. Complex dynamical invariants for two-dimensional complex potentials · J S Virdi F Chand C N Kumar S C Mishra · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Complex ...

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1974 Section: Chemistry. Paul, Prof. Ram Chand Ph.D. (Panjab and Cantab), Sc.D. (Cantab), FNA, FNASc. Date of birth: 20 October 1919. Date of death: 16 February 2002. Specialization: Inorganic and Physical Chemistry Last known address: 695, Sector 8-B, Chandigarh 160 018.

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    Home; Fellowship. Fellow Profile. Elected: 1935 Section: Plant Sciences. Joshi, Amar Chand FNA, FNASc. Date of birth: 18 September 1908. Date of death: 14 February 1971. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook; Blog. Academy News. IAS Logo. 29th Mid-year meeting. Posted on 19 January 2018. The 29th Mid-year meeting of the ...

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    Feb 9, 2018 ... expression analysis in berry and related tissues derived from. RNA-Seq data, BMC Genomics 14 878. Goyal E, Amit SK, Singh RS, Mahato AK and Chand S 2016. Transcriptome profiling of the salt- stress response in Triticum aestivum cv. Kharchia Local. Sci. Rep. 13 27752. Guénin S, Mauriat M, Pelloux J, ...

  15. Deep seismic reflection study over the Vindhyans of Rajasthan

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    This paper presents results of high-resolution deep seismic reflection profiling of the Proterozoic Vindhyan basin of the Rajasthan area along the Chandli –Bundi –Kota –Kunjer pro file.Seismic images have been used to estimate the thickness of Vindhyan strata as well as to understand the tectonic framework of the basin.

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics; Volume 67; Issue 6. Volume 67, Issue 6. December 2006, pages 999-1192. pp 999-1009 Research Articles. Construction of exact complex dynamical invariant of a two-dimensional classical system · Fakir Chand S C Mishra · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. We present the ...

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. N Hemachandra. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 30 Issue 2-3 April-June 2005 pp 445-462. Perishable inventory management and dynamic pricing using RFID technology · A Chande S Dhekane N Hemachandra N Rangaraj · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. In price-sensitive markets, ...

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    ZBI). Arterial and mixed venous blood al., 1981; Schiantarelli et al., 1981; Altura and Chand, 1981). gases were measured on a blood gas analyzer...HARRIS, R., ZMUDKA, M., MADDOX. Y., RAMWELL, P. AND FLETCHER, J. R.: S Relationship of TxB2 and 6-keto-PGFIa to the hemodynamic changes during ALTURA , B

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    Mathematical Physics. Construction of exact complex dynamical invariant of a two-dimensional classical system. Fakir Chand and S C Mishra. 999–1009. Exact solutions to a class of nonlinear Schrödinger-type equations. Jin-Liang Zhang and Ming-Liang Wang. 1011–1022. Quantum Mechanics. Resonance-like tunneling ...

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    Synthesis of single wall carbon nanotubes from a lamellar type aluminophosphate (AlPO4-L) · N Venkatathri · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Single wall .... pp 665-668 Composites. Investigations on d.c. conductivity behaviour of milled carbon fibre reinforced epoxy graded composites · Navin Chand Archana Nigrawal.

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science; Volume 27; Issue 3. Evaluation of a.c. conductivity behaviour of graphite filled polysulphide modified epoxy composites ... Author Affiliations. Navin Chand1 Deepak Jain1. Regional Research Laboratory, Hoshangabad Road, Habibganj Naka, Bhopal 462 026, India ...

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics. Ramesh Kumar. Articles written in Pramana – Journal of Physics. Volume 83 Issue 1 July 2014 pp 39-48. Solutions to the -dimensional radial Schrödinger equation for the potential a r 2 + b r − c / r · Ramesh Kumar Fakir Chand · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF.

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    Marker assisted selection and crop management for salt tolerance: A review. D Singh, A Kumar, A Kumar, P Chauhan, V Kumar, N Kumar, A Singh, N Mahajan, P Sirohi, S Chand, B Ramesh, J Singh, P Kumar, R Kumar, RB Yadav, RK Naresh ...

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. S A R Hashmi. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 26 Issue 6 October 2003 pp 579-583 Tribological Materials. Role of PET in improving wear properties of PP in dry sliding condition · Somit Neogi S A R Hashmi Navin Chand · More Details Abstract Fulltext ...

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    Interestingly, the integrals of motion in the new coordinates turn out to be the desired invariants of the systems. Volume 72 Issue 4 April 2009 pp 647-654 Research Articles. The solution of the Schrödinger equation for coupled quadratic and quartic potentials in two dimensions · Ram Mehar Singh Fakir Chand S C Mishra.

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    Elected: 1995 Section: Engineering & Technology. Nakra, Prof. Bahadur Chand Ph.D. (London), FNA, FNAE, FNASc. Date of birth: 31 March 1939. Date of death: 12 April 2016. Specialization: Vibration Engineering, System Dynamics & Controls and Instrumentation, Mechatronics Last known address: P-12, New Colony, ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 123; Issue 2. Synthesis, structure and applications of [cis-dioxomolybdenum(VI)-(ONO)] type complexes. Rajan Deepan Chakravarthy Dillip Kumar Chand. Volume 123 Issue 2 March 2011 pp 187-199 ... http://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/jcsc/123/02/0187-0199 ...

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    Chand-Bhayal et al. 2012; Saxena et al. 2013; Srivastava et al. 2014; Raeiszadeh et al. 2015). In our study IL10 gene polymorphism is found to be asso- ciated with OSCC in north Indian population. The present findings are in accordance with ...

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    Uuest heliplaadist "Barber: Sinfonie Nr. 1, Op. 9. Ouvertüre School for Scandal, Op. 5; Beach: Sinfonie e-Moll, Op. 32, "Gaelic". Detroit Symphony Orchestra /Neeme Järvi". Chandes cassette ABTD 1550; CD CHAN 8958 (72 minutes)

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. SEBA SUSAN. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 41 Issue 12 December 2016 pp 1393-1406. Image coding based on maximum entropy partitioning for identifying improbable intensities related to facial expressions · SEBA SUSAN NANDINI AGGARWAL SHEFALI CHAND AYUSH GUPTA.

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    Author Affiliations. A Chande1 2 S Dhekane1 N Hemachandra1 N Rangaraj1. Industrial Engineering and Operations Research, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Mumbai 400 076, India; Modelytics India Pvt. Ltd., Ist Floor, Sudha Complex, No. 24, WOC Road, Basaveswaranagar, Bangalore 560 079, India ...

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    Home; Journals; Pramana – Journal of Physics; Volume 59; Issue 1. Volume 59, Issue 1. July 2002, pages 1-154 and L155-L161. pp 1-7 Research Articles. Bianchi type I inflationary universe in general relativity · Raj Bali Vimal Chand Jain · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. In this paper, we have investigated Bianchi type ...

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    Synthesis, SAR and biological evaluation as a novel class of 5-. HT6 Receptor Antagonists. 439 .... N,N′-dialkyl carbodiimides in water. 2269. Ramesh T N. Para-amino benzoic acid–mediated synthesis of vaterite phase of calcium carbonate. 843. Ramkumar V see Chand D K. 273. Rangaswamy M J see Kemapaiah B B.

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    Investigations on d.c. conductivity behaviour of milled carbon fibre reinforced epoxy graded composites. NAVIN CHAND* and ARCHANA NIGRAWAL. Advanced Materials and Processes Research Institute, Habibganj Naka, Bhopal 462 026, India. MS received 23 June 2007. Abstract. This paper reports the d.c. conductivity ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Kiran Chand Thumaty. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 122 Issue 5 October 2013 pp 1259-1268. Analysis of carbon dioxide, water vapour and energy fluxes over an Indian teak mixed deciduous forest for winter and summer months using eddy ...

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    Bianchi type I inflationary universe in general relativity. RAJ BALI and VIMAL CHAND JAIN. Department of Mathematics, University of Rajasthan, Jaipur 302 004, India. MS received 4 May 1998; revised 24 July 2001. Abstract. In this paper, we have investigated Bianchi type I inflationary universe in the presence of massless ...

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    This paper presents results of high-resolution deep seismic reflection profiling of the Proterozoic Vindhyan basin of the Rajasthan area along the Chandli –Bundi –Kota –Kunjer pro file.Seismic images have been used to estimate the thickness of Vindhyan strata as well as to understand the tectonic framework of the basin.

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    physics pp. 999–1009. Construction of exact complex dynamical invariant of a two-dimensional classical system. FAKIR CHAND and S C MISHRA. Department ... namical invariants for both time-dependent and time-independent classical systems. [1–3]. .... where [·, ·] is the Poisson bracket, which in view of the definition eq.

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    stability, HDT, modulus of polymers and polyblends are further improved by the incorporation of particulates. A few recent studies on red mud particulate-filled polymers and polyblends are reported in, literature (Chand et al. 1996). Mechanical properties of red mud-filled polymers and blends were found to improve by ...

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    Influence of steady shear flow on dynamic viscoelastic properties of un-reinforced and Kevlar, glass fibre reinforced LLDPE · Takeshi Kitano S A R Hashmi Navin Chand · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. An experimental study was conducted to observe the effects of parallel-superposed flow condition on viscoelastic ...

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    Temperature dependence of ionic conductivity exhibits VTF behaviour. Volume 34 Issue 7 December 2011 pp 1297-1304. Morphology, thermal, electrical and electrochemical stability of nano aluminium-oxide-filled polyvinyl alcohol composite gel electrolyte · Navin Chand Neelesh Rai S L Agrawal S K Patel · More Details ...

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    Oesophageal foreign body in children: 15 years experience in a tertiary care paediatric centre · EMAIL FULL TEXT EMAIL FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. A Singh, M Bajpai, SS Panda, K Chand, M Jana, A Ali, 238-241 ...

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    c Indian Academy of Sciences. Re-Analysis of QPO in 3C 273 Light Curve. P. Mohan1,∗. , A. Mangalam1, Hum Chand2 & Alok C. Gupta2. 1Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Sarjapur Road, Koramangala, Bangalore 560 034, India. 2Aryabhatta Research Institute of Observational Sciences (ARIES), Nainital 263 129, India. ∗.

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. Deepak Jain. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 27 Issue 3 June 2004 pp 227-233 Composites. Evaluation of a.c. conductivity behaviour of graphite filled polysulphide modified epoxy composites · Navin Chand Deepak Jain · More Details Abstract Fulltext ...

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    Cai, Q., 109. Cao, X. W., 223. Chand, H., 117. Chen, J. L., 333. Chen, L., 193. Chen, X., 261. Chen, X. H., 185. Chen, Y., 269. Chen, Y. J., 25, 61. Chen, Z. F., 243, 269, 273, 277, 315. Chen, Z.-Y., 273. Ciprini, S., 169. Cui, L., 47, 281. Dai, B. Z., 113. Deng, G. G., 79. Ding, Z., 29, 47. Dong, F. T., 227. Fan, J. H., 53, 67, 79, 97, ...

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    and acceptor atoms due to complex formation) and interaction energy, Eint for a large variety of the non- covalent dimers in the categories HB, DHB, and XB. The MESP based eDA concept proposed by Mohan and. Suresh has unified the HB, DHB, and XB non-covalent complexes in a single category, the eDA complex.61.

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    It has been brought to our notice that the paper 'Synthesis and electrochemi- cal studies of phenylazo substituted tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of. Ni(II)' by Randhir Singh, Suresh Kumar and Amarendra Bhattacharya, Proc. Indian Acad. Sci. (Chem. Sci.), vol. 112, No. 6, December 2000, pp. 601–605 has been plagiarized ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 7; Issue 4. Operating Systems - Functions, Protection and Security Mechanisms. M Suresh Babu. General Article Volume 7 Issue 4 April 2002 pp 60-66. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link:

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 1; Issue 2. Nature's Solar Cell. Stephen Suresh Gautham Nadig. Research News Volume 1 Issue 2 February 1996 pp 102-104. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link: https://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/001/02/0102-0104 ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Gautham Nadig. Articles written in Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Volume 1 Issue 2 February 1996 pp 102-104 Research News. Nature's Solar Cell · Stephen Suresh Gautham Nadig · More Details Fulltext PDF ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science; Volume 117; Issue 6. Volume 117, Issue 6. December 2008, pages 897-1002. pp 897-909. Urban effects of Chennai on sea breeze induced convection and precipitation · Matthew Simpson Sethu Raman R Suresh U C Mohanty · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Doppler ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 117; Issue 3. Volumetric studies of some amino acids in binary aqueous solutions of MgCl2.6H2O at 288.15, and 308.15 K. Amalendu Pal Suresh Kumar. Volume 117 Issue 3 May 2005 pp 267-273 ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 7; Issue 4. Operating Systems - Functions, Protection and Security Mechanisms. M Suresh Babu. General Article Volume 7 Issue 4 April 2002 pp 60-66 ... Keywords. Memory management; process management; I/O device management; file management.

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    Aparna S G, CSIR – National Institute of Oceanography, Goa. Arora Baldev, Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology, Dehradun. Ashrit Raghavendra, National Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasting, Noida. Babu Suresh, Space Physics Laboratory, Thiruvananthapuram. Bagh Samer, Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e ...

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    Permanent link: http://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/017/01/0033-0043. Keywords. Dendrochronology; past climate; growth rings; global warming; mitigation measures. Author Affiliations. H S Suresh1. Centre for Ecological Sciences, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India. Resonance – Journal of Science ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. P Pant. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 303-313. Characteristics of spectral aerosol optical depths over India during ICARB · S Naseema Beegum K Krishna Moorthy Vijayakumar S Nair S Suresh Babu S K Satheesh V ...

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    Nov 15, 2017 ... https://doi.org/10.1007/s12034-017-1495-9. Low temperature catalyst-assisted pyrolysis of polymer precursors to carbon. RAMYA ARAGA, SURESH KALI and CHANDRA S SHARMA. ∗. Creative and Advanced Research Based On Nanomaterials (CARBON) Laboratory, Department of Chemical ...

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    Author Affiliations. Prateek Pandya1 Md Maidul Islam2 G Suresh Kumar2 B Jayaram3 Surat Kumar1. Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Dayalbagh Educational Institute, Dayalbagh, Agra 282 005; Biophysical Chemistry Laboratory, Indian Institute of Chemical Biology, Kolkata 700 032; Department of Chemistry, ...

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. Sandeep Arya. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 36 Issue 4 August 2013 pp 535-539. Synthesis of copper telluride nanowires using template-based electrodeposition method as chemical sensor · Sandeep Arya Saleem Khan Suresh Kumar Rajnikant ...

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. SURESH KUMAR. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 35 Issue 5 October 2012 pp 787-794. Electrical transport and EPR investigations: A comparative study for d.c. conduction mechanism in monovalent and multivalent ions doped polyaniline.

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    Synthesis of copper telluride nanowires using template-based electrodeposition method as chemical sensor · Sandeep Arya Saleem Khan Suresh Kumar Rajnikant Verma Parveen Lehana · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Copper telluride (CuTe) nanowires were synthesized electrochemically from aqueous acidic ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 117; Issue 3. Volumetric studies of some amino acids in binary aqueous solutions of MgCl2.6H2O at 288.15, and 308.15 K. Amalendu Pal Suresh Kumar. Volume 117 Issue 3 May 2005 pp 267-273 ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science; Volume 120; Issue 6. Anthropogenic and impact spherules: Morphological similarity and chemical distinction – A case study from India and its implications. Ambalika Niyogi Jayanta K Pati Suresh C Patel Dipak Panda Shiv K Patil. Volume 120 Issue 6 December 2011 pp ...

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    Syntheses, characterization and crystal structures of potassium and barium complexes of a Schiff base ligand with different anions. Bhavesh Parmar Kamal Kumar Bisht Pratyush Maiti Parimal Paul Eringathodi Suresh. Special issue on Chemical Crystallography Volume 126 Issue 5 September 2014 pp 1373-1384 ...

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    pp 349-355 Single Crystals. Growth and characterization of pure and lithium doped strontium tartrate tetrahydrate crystals by solution–gel technique · B Suresh Kumar ... Separation of matrix alloy and reinforcement from aluminum metal matrix composites scrap by salt flux addition · K R Ravi R M Pillai B C Pai M Chakraborty.

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    Synthesis, characterization and studies on antioxidant and molecular docking of metal complexes of 1-(benzo[d]thiazol-2-yl)thiourea · Harinath Yapati Subba Rao Devineni Suresh Chirumamilla Seshaiah Kalluru · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. In the present study, a new thiourea derivative bearing benzothiazole ...

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 6; Issue 10. One Hundred Years of Peptide Chemistry. V V Suresh Babu. General Article Volume 6 Issue 10 October 2001 pp 68-75. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link: http://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/006/10/0068-0075 ...

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    pp 68-72 Research News. Fascinating Shapes and Structures Due to Entropic Forces · Kheya Sengupta Kattera A Suresh · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 73-75 Research News. Adaptive Significance of Circadian Rhythms - Biological Clocks and Darwinian Fitness in Cyanobacteria · V Sheeba Vijay Kumar Sharma Amitabh ...

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    68 Fascinating Shapes and Strudures Due to Entropic. Forces. Kheyo Sengupta and Kattero A Suresh. 73 Adaptive Significance of Circadian Rhythms. Biological Clocks andDarwinian Fitness in Cyanobacteria. V Sheeba, Vijoy Kumar Sharma and Amitabh Joshi. BOOK REVIEWS. 76 Ex-Prodigy, My Childhood and Youth.

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    127, No. 10, October 2015, pp. 1701–1713. c Indian Academy of Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s12039-015-0942-7. Atomistic details of the molecular recognition of DNA-RNA hybrid duplex by ribonuclease H enzyme. GORLE SURESH and U DEVA PRIYAKUMAR∗. Center for Computational Natural Sciences and Bioinformatics, ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. C B S Dutt. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 243-262. Integrated Campaign for Aerosols, gases and Radiation Budget (ICARB): An overview · K Krishna Moorthy S K Satheesh S Suresh Babu C B S Dutt · More Details ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. S K Satheesh. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 243-262. Integrated Campaign for Aerosols, gases and Radiation Budget (ICARB): An overview · K Krishna Moorthy S K Satheesh S Suresh Babu C B S Dutt · More Details ...

  4. Geospatial approach in mapping soil erodibility using CartoDEM–A ...

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    Geospatial approach in mapping soil erodibility using CartoDEM – A case study in hilly watershed of Lower Himalayan Range. Suresh Kumar Surya Gupta ... The present study was attempted to generate soil erodibilty map using terrain indices derived from DTM and surface soil sample data. Soil variability in the hilly ...

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    Synthesis, characterization and studies on antioxidant and molecular docking of metal complexes of 1-(benzo[d]thiazol-2-yl)thiourea. HARINATH YAPATIa, SUBBA RAO DEVINENIb, SURESH CHIRUMAMILLAa and SESHAIAH KALLURUa,*. aInorganic and Analytical Chemistry Division, Sri Venkateswara University, ...

  6. Operating Systems-Objectives and Evolution

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    M Suresh Babu1. C/o N Sudhakar Reddy D. No. 16-3-1141F Pinaki Nagar Haranathapuram IV line Nellore 524003 Andhra Pradesh, India. Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Current Issue : Vol. 23, Issue 2 · Current Issue Volume 23 | Issue 2. February 2018. Home · Volumes & Issues · Categories · Special Issues ...

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    Abhay Kumar

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    Oct 31, 2017 ... Breunig (Martin Luther University. Halle-Wittenberg, Germany) for K. lactis strain JA6. We are thankful to Prof. Sumathi Suresh (CESE, IIT Bombay) for oxygraph facility. We acknowledge the technical assistance by Ms. Karishma Mohan in use of oxygraph. We extend our gratitude to Dr. Kiran Kondabagil ...

  8. Photoluminescent properties of Sr2CeO4: Eu 3 and Sr2CeO4: Eu 2 ...

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    Author Affiliations. K Suresh1 N V Poornachandra Rao2 K V R Murthy3. Department of Physics, CSR Sarma College, Ongole 523 001, India; Department of Physics, Rajiv Gandhi University of Knowledge Technologies, IIIT, Basara 504 101, India; Department of Applied Physics, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, M.S. ...

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    assignable to 00l peaks (figure 1). The 00l series provide the distance in the vanadium oxide layers and the molybdenum oxide layers (e.g. d001 = 3.7 nm for .... M Suresh and T V Kumaran, University of Madras, Chennai and Faculty of Envi- ronmental Studies) Proc. Third Int. Conf. Environment and Health (York University,.

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    Elastic thickness estimates at north east passive margin of North America and its implications · R T Ratheesh Kumar Tanmay K Maji Suresh Ch Kandpal D Sengupta Rajesh R Nair · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Global estimates of the elastic thickness (Te) of the structure of passive continental margins show wide and ...

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    A, Singh S K, Pérez-Campos X, Suresh G, Koketsu K,. Masuda T, Domen K and Ito T 2016 CIGN, A strong- motion seismic network in Central Indo-Gangetic Plains, foothills of Himalayas: First results; Seismol. Res. Lett. 87(1) 37–46. Cornell C A 1968 Engineering seismic risk analysis; Bull. Seismol. Soc. Am. 58 1583–1606.

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science; Volume 119; Issue 2. Volume 119, Issue 2. April 2010, pages 137-228. pp 137-145. Effect of co-operative fuzzy c-means clustering on estimates of three parameters AVA inversion · Rajesh R Nair Suresh Ch Kandpal · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. We determine the ...

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    Suresh, B. Vol 63 (2010) - Articles Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of some Novel 2-Mercaptobenzothiazoles Carrying 1,3,4-Oxadiazole, 1,3,4-Thiadiazole and 1,2,4-Triazole Moieties Abstract PDF. ISSN: 0379-4350. AJOL African Journals Online. HOW TO USE AJOL... for Researchers · for Librarians · for Authors.

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    Influence of heat treatment on the structural, morphological and optical properties of DC magnetron sputtered TixSi1−xO2 films. SURESH ADDEPALLI1,2,∗ and UTHANNA SUDA1. 1Department of Physics, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati 517 502, India. 2Centre for NanoScience and Engineering, Indian Institute of ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Marina Aloysius. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 353-360. Influence of circulation parameters on the AOD variations over the Bay of Bengal during ICARB · Marina Aloysius Mannil Mohan S Suresh Babu Vijayakumar S ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Denny P Alappattu. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 263-271. Aircraft measurements of aerosol black carbon from a coastal location in the north-east part of peninsular India during ICARB · S Suresh Babu S K Satheesh ...

  17. Isotropy of quadratic forms

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    Oct 31, 2008 ... Historically, the study of quadratic forms was part of number theory; Minkowski, Siegel, Hasse, Eichler, Kneser and several other mathematicians created a rich arithmetic theory of quadratic forms. V. Suresh University Of Hyderabad Hyderabad. Isotropy of quadratic forms ...

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    Dhiman Suresh. Dhinakaran Shanmugam. Di Caro Gianni A. Dias Sofia B. Dickinson J T. Dikshit A K. Dileep A. D.. Dinakar P. Dinakar P. Dixit P M. Dixit Narendra. Dixit Harish. Djafour A. Dodagoudar Godappa R. Dongari Nishanth. Dongre Vikas. Doolla Suryanarayana. Ducatelle Frederick. Dulluri Sandeep. Duman Serhat.

  19. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    ... cleavage activity by a mononuclear iron(II)Schiff base complex: Synthesis and structural characterization · Abhijit Pal Bhaskar Biswas Merry Mitra Subramaniyam Rajalakshmi Chandra Shekhar Purohit Soumitra Hazra Gopinatha Suresh Kumar Balachandran Unni Nair Rajarshi Ghosh · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF.

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    Sep 28, 2007 ... Frontier areas in solar system studies. 1500. BN Suresh .... An international meeting was held at the Banaras Hindu University,. Varanasi in October 2006 to provide an integrated perspective for understanding the roles of stress proteins and ...... other good things in life – sports, particularly football. (he was ...

  1. Critical Perspectives on Languages(s).

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    Reviews the following books; "Resisting Linguistic Imperialism in English Teaching" by A. Suresh Canagarajah; "Rights to Language: Equity, Power, and Education" by Robert Phillipson; and "Critical Applied Linguistics: A Critical Introduction" by Alastair Pennycook. Each book is appraised and an attempt is made to draw connections between them.…

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. D Sengupta. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 120 Issue 3 June 2011 pp 447-458. Elastic thickness estimates at north east passive margin of North America and its implications · R T Ratheesh Kumar Tanmay K Maji Suresh Ch Kandpal D ...

  3. Metamagnetism in Ce(Ga,Al)2

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    Metamagnetism in Ce(Ga,Al)2. K G SURESH1,∗. , S RADHA2 and A K NIGAM3. 1Department of Physics, Indian Institute of Technology, Mumbai 400 076, India. 2Department of Physics, Mithibai College, Mumbai 400 056, India. 3Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Homi Bhabha Road, Mumbai 400 005, India. ∗.

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    Home; Fellowship; Associateship. Associate Profile. Period: 2007–2011. Suresh Babu, Dr S. Date of birth: 14 March 1976. Address during Associateship: Space Physics Laboratory, Vikram Sarabhai Space Centre, Thiruvananthapuram - 695 022. Contact: Email: s_sureshbabu@vssc.gov.in. YouTube; Twitter; Facebook ...

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    Apr 8, 2015 ... Full Length Research Paper. Detection of Pseudomonas fluorescens from broth, water and infected tissues by loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) method. Pooja Saharan, Joginder S. Duhan and Suresh K. Gahlawat*. Department of Biotechnology, Chaudhary Devi Lal University, Sirsa-125 055, ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Darshan Singh. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 303-313. Characteristics of spectral aerosol optical depths over India during ICARB · S Naseema Beegum K Krishna Moorthy Vijayakumar S Nair S Suresh Babu S K ...

  7. Operating Systems

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    M Suresh Babu is currently a fourth year undergraduate student in the Department of. Computer Science and. Engineering, Narayana. Engineering College,. Nellore, Andhra Pradesh. He would like to work in operating systems, computer networks and also in Internet security concepts. Keywords. Operating systems, file sys-.

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    ... Presentation: Expanding Underrepresented Minority Participation in STEM: Dr. Subra Suresh (Director, NSF) and... concerning broadening participation in science and engineering. Agenda: Tuesday, February 28, 2012 Opening Statement by the CEOSE Chair. Feature Presentation: NSTC Inventory of Federal STEM Education and the Federal...

  9. Structure and electric transport properties of LnSr2FeTiO7 (Ln = La ...

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    Structure and electric transport properties of LnSr2FeTiO7. (Ln = La, Nd and Gd). SURESH GUPTA, V SINGH, B L SHARMA† and INDU BHUSHAN SHARMA. ∗. ISCAS Institute of Solid State & Materials Science, Jammu University Campus, Jammu 180 006, India. †Department of Chemistry, University of Jammu, Jammu ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. Md Maidul Islam. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 122 Issue 2 March 2010 pp 247-257 Full Papers. DNA minor groove binding of small molecules: Experimental and computational evidence · Prateek Pandya Md Maidul Islam G Suresh Kumar B ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Santosh Kumar. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 117 Issue S1 July 2008 pp 303-313. Characteristics of spectral aerosol optical depths over India during ICARB · S Naseema Beegum K Krishna Moorthy Vijayakumar S Nair S Suresh Babu S K ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science; Volume 117; Issue S1. Aircraft measurements of aerosol black carbon from a coastal location in the north-east part of peninsular India during ICARB. S Suresh Babu S K Satheesh K Krishna Moorthy C B S Dutt Vijayakumar S Nair Denny P Alappattu P K Kunhikrishnan.

  13. Optical closure of apparent optical properties in coastal waters off Goa

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    Talaulikar, M.; Suresh, T.; Desa, E.S.; Inamdar, A.

    by manufacturer. The instrument was deployed in “fish out” mode positioning the boat such as to keep the radiometer well under the sun avoiding the boat shadow. Care was taken to deploy the radiometer with tilt less than 5 degrees (Suresh et al. 2012...

  14. Bulletin of the Chemical Society of Ethiopia - Vol 28, No 2 (2014)

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    SOCl2 catalyzed cyclization of chalcones: Synthesis and spectral studies of some bio-potentH pyrazoles · EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT · DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT DOWNLOAD FULL TEXT. K. Ranganathan, R. Suresh, G. Vanangamudi, K. Thirumurthy, P. Mayavel, G. Thirunarayanan, 271-288.

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    pp 68-72 Research News. Fascinating Shapes and Structures Due to Entropic Forces · Kheya Sengupta Kattera A Suresh · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 73-75 Research News. Adaptive Significance of Circadian Rhythms - Biological Clocks and Darwinian Fitness in Cyanobacteria · V Sheeba Vijay Kumar Sharma Amitabh ...

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    68 Fascinating Shapes and Strudures Due to Entropic. Forces. Kheyo Sengupta and Kattero A Suresh. 73 Adaptive Significance of Circadian Rhythms. Biological Clocks andDarwinian Fitness in Cyanobacteria. V Sheeba, Vijoy Kumar Sharma and Amitabh Joshi. BOOK REVIEWS. 76 Ex-Prodigy, My Childhood and Youth.

  17. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    Synthesis of new hybrid sorbent by grafting 2,6-diacetyl pyridine onto microporous β-zeolite and its application in solid phase extraction of heavy metals from environmental samples · HARINATH YAPATI SREENU BHOGINENI SURESH CHIRUMAMILLA K SESHAIAH · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. The aim of this ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. G Rajkumar. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 123 Issue 1 January 2011 pp 37-46. High spectral response heteroleptic ruthenium (II) complexes as sensitizers for dye sensitized solar cells · M Chandrasekharam Ch Srinivasarao T Suresh M Anil Reddy ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. M Srinivasu. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 123 Issue 1 January 2011 pp 37-46. High spectral response heteroleptic ruthenium (II) complexes as sensitizers for dye sensitized solar cells · M Chandrasekharam Ch Srinivasarao T Suresh M Anil Reddy ...

  20. New Fellows and Honorary Fellow

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    Pradhan, Prof. Suresh Krishnarao Ph.D. (London), FNA. Date of birth: 6 September 1929. Date of death: 23 May 2002. Specialization: Organic Chemistry, Stereochemistry, Reaction Mechanism, Synthesis and Natural Products Last known address: Flat A-32, Building No.11,, Jankalyan Nagar, Malad (West), Mumbai 400 095.

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. Saleem Khan. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 36 Issue 4 August 2013 pp 535-539. Synthesis of copper telluride nanowires using template-based electrodeposition method as chemical sensor · Sandeep Arya Saleem Khan Suresh Kumar Rajnikant ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Biosciences. AGASTHYA SURESH. Articles written in Journal of Biosciences. Volume 43 Issue 1 March 2018 pp 75-83 Article. PAX6 can substitute for LHX2 and override NFIA-induced astrogliogenesis in developing hippocampus in vivo · VEENA KINARE ASHWIN S SHETTY AGASTHYA ...

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    Aircraft measurements of aerosol black carbon from a coastal location in the north-east part of peninsular India during ICARB · S Suresh Babu S K Satheesh K Krishna Moorthy C B S Dutt Vijayakumar S Nair Denny P Alappattu P K Kunhikrishnan · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. During the Integrated Campaign for ...

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    Mohan Delampady and T Krishnan. 39 Fradals and the Large-Scale Strudure in the. Universe. Is the Cosmological Principle Valid? 67. A K Mittal and T R Seshadri. 48 Aerosols and Climate. S K Satheesh. 60 Operating Systems. Functions, Protection and Security Mechanisms. M Suresh Babu. 67 Existence of a New Force ...

  5. Operating Systems-Objectives and Evolution

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    M Suresh Babu1. C/o N Sudhakar Reddy D. No. 16-3-1141F Pinaki Nagar Haranathapuram IV line Nellore 524003 Andhra Pradesh, India. Resonance – Journal of Science Education. Current Issue : Vol. 23, Issue 4 · Current Issue Volume 23 | Issue 4. April 2018. Home · Volumes & Issues · Categories · Special Issues ...

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    GENERAL ARTICLES. 10 Asymmetry In Nature - Discrete Symmetries In. Particle Physics and their Violation. Background and Parity Violation. B Ananthanarayan, J Meeraa, Bharti Sharma,. Seema Sharma and Ritesh K Singh. 18 Operating Systems. Obiectives and Evolution. M Suresh Babu. 25 Markov Chain Monte Carlo.

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    More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 60-66 General Article. Operating Systems - Functions, Protection and Security Mechanisms · M Suresh Babu · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 67-81 General Article. Existence of a New Force in Colloidal Systems – Hydrophobic Attraction Between Macroscopic Surfaces · B Sudhir Sanjeev Kumar.

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    precipitation of quartz in a single fracture. Later, Sekhar et al (2006) and Suresh Kumar (2008) have investigated the effect of linear and non-linear sorption on dispersivity and macro-dispersion coefficient in a coupled fracture-matrix system.

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 112; Issue 6. Synthesis and electrochemical studies of phenylazo substituted tetraaza macrocyclic complexes of Ni(II). Randhir Singh Suresh Kumar Amarendra Bhattacharya. Inorganic and Analytical Volume 112 Issue 6 December 2000 pp 601-605 ...

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    Mathematical modelling on transport of petroleum hydrocarbons in saturated fractured rocks · G Suresh Kumar · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. The present paper addresses critical issues that describe the dissolution mass transfer of petroleum hydrocarbons in a saturated subsurface system. The field procedure ...

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    Rectangular grids formed by hydrogen-bonding interactions between successive chains of linear polymers. [Co(II)-4,4¢-bpy-Co(II)]n and their inclusion properties: Synthesis and single crystal investigations. E SURESH 1 and MOHAN M BHADBHADE 2. 1Silicates and Catalysis Division, Central Salt & Marine Chemicals ...

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    HARINATH YAPATIa, SUBBA RAO DEVINENIb, SURESH CHIRUMAMILLAa and SESHAIAH KALLURUa,*. aInorganic and Analytical Chemistry Division, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati 517 502, Andhra Pradesh, India. bResearch and Development Centre, Micro Labs Ltd., API Division, Bommasandra-Jigini Link ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 123; Issue 6. Mono-, di- and tetranuclear rhodium(I) complexes of morpholine and -methylpiperazine functionalized cyclodiphosph(III)azanes, cis-[(tBuN-)2(PNC4H8X)2] (X = O, NMe). Maravanji S Balakrishna D Suresh Joel T Mague. Volume 123 Issue 6 ...

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    Indian Institute of Remote Sensing, Indian Space Research Organization, 4 Kalidas Road,. Dehradun 248 001, India. ∗. Corresponding author. e-mail: suresh kumar@iirs.gov.in. Soil erodibility is one of the most important factors used in spatial soil erosion risk assessment. Soil information derived from soil map is used to ...

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    Mar 5, 2014 ... Phytochemistry, 32:851-857. Swaminathan C, Vinayrai RS, Suresh KK (1989). Allelopathicproctivities of Acacia nilotica. J. Trop. Forest Sci. 2:56-60. Torres A, Oliva RM; Castellano D, Cross P (1996). First world congress on allelopathy. A science of the future. SAI (University of Cadiz). Spain. p. 278.

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 1; Issue 2. Nature's Solar Cell. Stephen Suresh Gautham Nadig. Research News Volume 1 Issue 2 February 1996 pp 102-104. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link: http://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/001/02/0102-0104 ...

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    Substrate integrated Lead-Carbon hybrid ultracapacitor with flooded, absorbent glass mat and silica-gel electrolyte configurations · A Banerjee M K Ravikumar A Jalajakshi P Suresh Kumar S A Gaffoor A K Shukla · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Lead-Carbon hybrid ultracapacitors (Pb-C HUCs) with flooded, ...

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    Home; Journals; Sadhana. Indumathi M Nambi. Articles written in Sadhana. Volume 39 Issue 6 December 2014 pp 1387-1408. Numerical modelling of multicomponent LNAPL dissolution kinetics at residual saturation in a saturated subsurface system · M Vasudevan G Suresh Kumar Indumathi M Nambi · More Details ...

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    S Naseema Beegum K Krishna Moorthy Vijayakumar S Nair S Suresh Babu S K Satheesh V Vinoj R Ramakrishna Reddy K Rama Gopal K V S Badarinath K Niranjan Santosh Kumar Pandey M Behera A Jeyaram P K Bhuyan M M Gogoi Sacchidanand Singh P Pant U C Dumka Yogesh Kant J C Kuniyal Darshan Singh.

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    Metal organic framework MIL-101(Cr) for dehydration reactions · M Suresh B David Raju K S Rama Rao K Raveendranath Reddy M Lakshmi Kantam Pavuluri Srinivasu · More Details Abstract Fulltext PDF. Porous chromium terephthalate MIL-101 (Cr-MIL-101) has been prepared by direct method under hydrothermal ...

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    Home; Journals; Bulletin of Materials Science. CHANDRA S SHARMA. Articles written in Bulletin of Materials Science. Volume 40 Issue 7 December 2017 pp 1519-1527. Low temperature catalyst-assisted pyrolysis of polymer precursors to carbon · RAMYA ARAGA SURESH KALI CHANDRA S SHARMA · More Details ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences; Volume 112; Issue 3. Synthesis of lanthanum and neodymium dititanates from homogeneous hydroxide precipitation ... Author Affiliations. M Suresh1 A V Prasadarao1. Department of Inorganic and Analytical Chemistry, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam 530 003, India ...

  3. Rotational quenching of H2CO by molecular hydrogen – Suggestion ...

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    Dec 5, 2016 ... c Indian Academy of Sciences. DOI 10.1007/s12043-016-1312-9. Rotational quenching of H2CO by molecular hydrogen –. Suggestion on the work of Wiesenfeld & Faure. MOHIT KUMAR SHARMA1, MONIKA SHARMA1 and SURESH CHANDRA2,∗. 1School of Studies in Physics, Jiwaji University, Gwalior ...

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    Crystal Structure and Solid-State Properties of Discrete Hexa Cationic Trinuclear Zinc Triazole Cluster. Chatla Naga Babu, Paladugu Suresh, Arruri Sathyanarayana, Prasenjit Das, and Ganesan. Prabusankar*. Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Hyderabad, ODF Estate,. Yeddumailaram, Telangana ...

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    Journal of Chemical Sciences. [Formerly: Proceedings (Chemical Sciences)]. Vol. 124, No. 4, July 2012. CONTENTS. Substrate integrated Lead-Carbon hybrid ultracapacitor with flooded, absorbent glass mat and silica-gel electrolyte configurations. A Banerjee, M K Ravikumar, A Jalajakshi, P Suresh Kumar,. S A Gaffoor ...

  6. Journal of Chemical Sciences | Indian Academy of Sciences

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    DNA binding and cleavage activity by a mononuclear iron(II)Schiff base complex: Synthesis and structural characterization. Abhijit Pal Bhaskar Biswas Merry Mitra Subramaniyam Rajalakshmi Chandra Shekhar Purohit Soumitra Hazra Gopinatha Suresh Kumar Balachandran Unni Nair Rajarshi Ghosh. Volume 125 Issue 5 ...

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    Syntheses, characterization and crystal structures of potassium and barium complexes of a Schiff base ligand with different anions. Bhavesh Parmar Kamal Kumar Bisht Pratyush Maiti Parimal Paul Eringathodi Suresh. Special issue on Chemical Crystallography Volume 126 Issue 5 September 2014 pp 1373-1384 ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science; Volume 120; Issue 6. Anthropogenic and impact spherules: Morphological similarity and chemical distinction – A case study from India and its implications. Ambalika Niyogi Jayanta K Pati Suresh C Patel Dipak Panda Shiv K Patil. Volume 120 Issue 6 December 2011 pp ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Earth System Science. Suresh Chandra Kandpal. Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 120 Issue 5 October 2011 pp 873-883. Subsurface signatures and timing of extreme wave events along the southeast Indian coast · Rajesh R Nair Madhav K Murari C S Vijaya Lakshmi ...

  10. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION Dimethylglyoxime as an ...

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    1. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION. Dimethylglyoxime as an Efficient Ligand for Copper-Catalyzed Hydroxylation of Aryl. Halides. SURESH S SHENDAGE*. Department of Chemistry, KET'S Vinayak Ganesh Vaze College of Arts, Science and. Commerce, Mithagar Road, Mulund (E) Mumbai, Maharashtra 400 081, India.

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    Articles written in Journal of Earth System Science. Volume 125 Issue 7 October 2016 pp 1463-1472. Geospatial approach ... Volume 126 Issue 3 April 2017 pp 43. Simulating climate change impact on soil erosion using RUSLE model − A case study in a watershed of mid-Himalayan landscape · Surya Gupta Suresh Kumar.

  12. Fulltext PDF

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    value was creatively used when its light was focussed onto a photovol- taic cell which triggered the switch to open the 1933 World fair in Chicago, as that light had left the star at about the time of the ... reading about the birth and development of this branch of chemistry (and biology) in the article by V V Suresh Babu. Finally ...

  13. Resonance – Journal of Science Education | Indian Academy of ...

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    Their Isolation, Identification and Ecological Role · Rahul Sharma Ram C Rajak · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 41-48 General Article. Electrical Conduction and Superconductivity · Suresh V Vettoor · More Details Fulltext PDF. pp 49-59 General Article. Decoding Codes on Graphs - Low Density Parity Check Codes.

  14. Immune modulation by dendritic-cell-based cancer vaccines

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    Author Affiliations. CHAITANYA KUMAR1 SAKSHI KOHLI1 POONAMALLE PARTHASARATHY BAPSY2 ASHOK KUMAR VAID3 MINISH JAIN4 VENKATA SATHYA SURESH ATTILI5 BANDANA SHARAN1. APAC Biotech Pvt Ltd, Gurgaon, India; Department of Oncology, Apollo Hospital, Bengaluru, India; Medanta, Gurgaon ...

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    Home; Journals; Journal of Chemical Sciences. Attimogae Shivamurthy Harisha. Articles written in Journal of Chemical Sciences. Volume 127 Issue 11 November 2015 pp 1977-1991 Articles. A new synthesis of Entacapone and report on related studies · Attimogae Shivamurthy Harisha Suresh Parameshwar Nayak Pavan ...

  16. Electrical Conduction and Superconductivity

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    Home; Journals; Resonance – Journal of Science Education; Volume 8; Issue 9. Electrical Conduction and Superconductivity. Suresh V Vettoor. General Article Volume 8 Issue 9 September 2003 pp 41-48. Fulltext. Click here to view fulltext PDF. Permanent link: http://www.ias.ac.in/article/fulltext/reso/008/09/0041-0048 ...

  17. National Science Foundation proposed budget could see another increase

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    2012-03-01

    President Barack Obama's proposed budget for the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) for fiscal year (FY) 2013 would provide the agency with $7.37 billion, a $340 million increase, 4.8% above the FY 2012 estimated budget under which NSF has been operating. NSF has fared well during previous budget cycles, and the Obama administration's budget document for FY 2013 states that “NSF plays a critical role in the implementation of the President's Plan for Science and Technology.” With federal agencies operating under tighter budgets in a difficult financial climate, NSF director Subra Suresh said the budget includes substantial increases for core programs, frontier science, education, and human resources. “I am confident that NSF merits the $7.4 billion the president proposed. I'm optimistic Congress will approve the budget,” Suresh said at a 13 February NSF budget briefing.

  18. Hydrogen bonding in thiobenzamide synthon and its Cadmium ...

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    Seena E B, Kurup M R P and Suresh E 2008 J. Chem. Crystallogr. 38 93. 25. Mahmood-ul-Hassan K, Shahid H, Tashfeen A and. Jason D M 2009 Acta Cryst. E65 1128. 26. Mahmood-ul-Hassan K, Shahid H, Tashfeen A and. Jason D M 2009 Acta Cryst. E65 1333. 27. Mahmood-ul-Hassan K, Shahid H, Tashfeen A and.

  19. JPRS Report, Science & Technology USSR: Chemistry

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    COAL PROCESSING Physical-Chemical and Heat-Engineering Properties of Khandinsk Lignite Deposit Coal [G. I. Khromykh, M. A. Matveyeva, et al...Article by Suresh C. Ameta, R. S. Ameta, Rakesh Bhandia, MISS Sapna Sahasi and R. K. Jain, Sukhadin University, India ] UDC 541.128 [Abstract] Results...UCH-91-008 12 August 1991 Physical-Chemical and Heat-Engineering Properties of Khandinsk Lignite Deposit Coal 917M0101A Moscow KH1MIYA TVERDOGO

  20. 2075-IJBCS -Article-Maurice Ognalaga

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    Leucaena leucocephalae et de C. odorata. Ils ont attribué cette réaction à la richesse chimique de ces deux engrais verts utilisés. De nombreux autres travaux comme ceux de. Choudhary et Suresh (2013) affirment que les amendements organiques libèrent lentement les nutriments dans le sol. En somme, il s'agirait d'une ...

  1. Spirituality in business: Sparks from the Anvil

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    The economic crises in the recent past have led to a renewed interest in exploring the role of spirituality in business management. However there are several challenges in understanding what “spirituality” means in an operational sense of business management. This article first traces the research in the area of spirituality as applied to business and in the second part, reports on the beliefs of Suresh B. Hundre, Chairman and MD of Polyhydron Pvt. Ltd, Belgaum, India, as practised in Polyhyd...

  2. Synthesis and catalytic activity of metallo-organic complexes ...

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    R A, Fuertes A and Miravitlle C S 1988 J. Chem. Soc. Dalton 12 3041. 6. Alekha K S, Tungabidya M, Yasobanta D and Prasanta. R 2014 J. Chem. Sci. 126 1695. 7. Harinath Y, Subba R D, Suresh D and Seshaiah K 2016. J. Chem. Sci. 128 43. 8. Lee D W, Seo E Y, Cho S I and Yi C S 2004 J. Polym. Sci. Pol. Chem. 42 2747.

  3. Hybrid LES of Detonations in Reacting Multi-Phase Mixtures

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    RESPONSIBLE PERSON Suresh Menon 19b. TELEPHONE NUMBER {Include area code! 404-894- 9126 Standard Form 298 (Rev. 8/98) Prsscnbod by ANSI Std 239 18...layer configuration 100 4.13 Iso -surface of the Q-criterion for the base mixing layer and the shocked mixing layer 102 4.14 Mixing Layer... iso - contours of Q variable 120 5.8 Average velocity vectors at five cross sections downstream of the injec- tor for the reference JICF

  4. Biogenic silver nanoparticles using Rhinacanthus nasutus leaf extract: synthesis, spectral analysis, and antimicrobial studies

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    Pasupuleti, Visweswara Rao; Prasad, TNVKV; Shiekh, Rayees Ahmad; Balam, Satheesh Krishna; Narasimhulu, Ganapathi; Reddy, Cirandur Suresh; Rahman, Ismail Ab; Gan, Siew Hua

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    Visweswara Rao Pasupuleti,1 TNVKV Prasad,2 Rayees Ahmad Shiekh,3 Satheesh Krishna Balam,4 Ganapathi Narasimhulu,5 Cirandur Suresh Reddy,4 Ismail Ab Rahman,3 Siew Hua Gan1 1Human Genome Center, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian, Kelantan, Malaysia; 2Institute of Frontier Technology, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India; 3Biomaterial Research Unit, School of Dental Sciences, Universit...

  5. In situ profiling of eastern Arabian Sea coastal waters using a new autonomous vertical profiler

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    Desa, E.S.; Madhan, R.; Dabholkar, N.A.; Prabhudesai, S.P.; Navelkar, G.S.; Mascarenhas, A.A.M.Q.; Afzulpurkar, S.; Phaldesai, M.; Maurya, P.

    of Laboratory facilities; T. Suresh for advice; and N. Kakodkar, A. Dubey, and Project Assistants who have worked tirelessly to collect data in all weather condi- tions. This paper is Contribution 5201 from the National Insti- tute of Oceanography, Goa, India... for the autonomous vertical profiler in 2010. Nitin Dabholkar received the Graduation in elec- tronics & communication engineering degree from the Institution of Engineers, India, in 2006. Currently, he is a Technical Assistant at the Na- tional Institute...

  6. Applying corrections to digitized data while digitizing magnetic chart

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    & Geosciences Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 263-264, 1990 0098-3004 90 $3.00 - 0.00 Printed m Great Britain. All rights reserved Copyright ~ 1990 Pergamon Press pie SHORT NOTE APPLYING CORRECTIONS TO DIGITIZED DATA WHILE DIGITIZING MAGNETIC CHART T. SURESH National... Institute of Oceanography, Dona-Paula, Goa. India (Received 27 January 1988; accepted 11 March 1989: received for publication 5 September 1989) INTRODUCTION A simple algorithm for determining correct values of magnetic data from digitized data...

  7. Influence of salinity on the life table demography of a rare Cladocera Latonopsis australis

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    of the zooplankton community (more than 50%) at times when they form massive swarms.Cladocera is a good model organism in fieldand experimental studies due to their short generation time (Larsson and Miracle 1997; Forror et al. 2008; Suhett et al. 2015... and Sharma 1988; Murugan et al.1998; Raghunathan and Suresh2002; Sivakumar andAltaff 2004)and coastal/ brackish water environments (MadhupratapandHaridas 1975; Gowsami and Devassy 1991; Shrivastava et al. 1999; Acuthankutty et al. 2000).On one hand...

  8. A comparison of upwind schemes for computation of three-dimensional hypersonic real-gas flows

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    1992-01-01

    The method of Suresh and Liou (1992) is extended, and the resulting explicit noniterative upwind finite-volume algorithm is applied to the integration of 3D parabolized Navier-Stokes equations to model 3D hypersonic real-gas flowfields. The solver is second-order accurate in the marching direction and employs flux-limiters to make the algorithm second-order accurate, with total variation diminishing in the cross-flow direction. The algorithm is used to compute hypersonic flow over a yawed cone and over the Ames All-Body Hypersonic Vehicle. The solutions obtained agree well with other computational results and with experimental data.

  9. Inequality and ethics in paediatric HIV remission research: From Mississippi to South Africa and back.

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    Crane, Johanna T; Rossouw, Theresa M

    2017-02-01

    In 2013, physician-researchers announced that a baby in Mississippi had been 'functionally cured' of HIV [Persaud, D., Gay, H., Ziemniak, C. F., Chen, Y. H., Piatak, M., Chun, T.-W., … Luzuriaga, K. (2013b, March). Functional HIV cure after very early ART of an infected infant. Paper presented at the 20th conference on retroviruses and opportunistic infections, Atlanta, GA]. Though the child later developed a detectable viral load, the case remains unprecedented, and trials to build on the findings are planned [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. (2014). 'Mississippi baby' now has detectable HIV, researchers find. Retrieved from http://www.niaid.nih.gov/news/newsreleases/2014/pages/mississippibabyhiv.aspx ]. Whether addressing HIV 'cure' or 'remission', scrutiny of this case has focused largely on scientific questions, with only introductory attention to ethics. The social inequalities and gaps in care that made the discovery possible - and their ethical implications for paediatric HIV remission - have gone largely unexamined. This paper describes structural inequalities surrounding the 'Mississippi baby' case and a parallel case in South Africa, where proof-of-concept studies are in the early stages. We argue that an ethical programme of research into infant HIV remission ought to be 'structurally competent', and recommend that paediatric remission studies consider including a research component focused on social protection and barriers to care.

  10. Genes, Gender, Hormones, and Doping in Sport: A Convoluted Tale

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    2017-10-01

    Full Text Available We are writing this piece in the aftermath of the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Each of the words in the title plays a role(s in deciding who may compete, especially who may compete as a woman. We shall be careful to disentangle the issues of genes and gender from hormonal levels of the potent androgen testosterone, and very clearly demarcate these natural occurrences from those of doping, for which the World Anti-Doping Agency has established strict guidelines. These elements became conflated in the aftermath of the Court of Arbitration of Sport’s decision, now more than 2 years ago, concerning the teenage Indian sprinter, Dutee Chand. Although many people associate hyperandrogenism with doping and gender determination, each is different and has a distinct function.

  11. The influence of methane/argon plasma composition on the formation of the hydrogenated amorphous carbon films

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    Chen, Hsin-Hung; Liao, Jiunn-Der; Weng, Chih-Chiang; Hsieh, Jui-Fu; Chang, Chia-Wei; Lin, Chao-Hsien; Cho, Ting-Pin

    2011-01-01

    The quality of the a-C:H films was particularly correlated with the mixed ratio of methane/argon plasma. For a constant supply of energy and flowing rate, the optical emission from H α intensity linearly increased with the addition of methane in argon plasma, while that from intensities of radiation of diatmoic radicals (CH*and C 2 *) exponentially decreased. For the a-C:H films, the added methane in argon plasma tended to raise the quantity of hydrogenated carbon or sp 3 C-H structure, which exponentially decreased the nano-hardness and friction coefficient of the films. In contrast, the electric resistance of the films enlarged dramatically with the increase of the methane content in argon plasma. It is therefore advantageous to balance the mechanical properties and electrical resistance of the a-C:H film by adjusting plasma composition in the course of the film-growing process.

  12. Presentation: Twentieth-century Dictatorships and Religion

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    Full Text Available Este dossier agrupa trabajos que cubren una amplia zona geográfica, ofreciendo diferentes puntos de vista sobre aspectos concernientes a la relación entre políticas dictatoriales y religión. El resultado final es ocho artículos que abordan la cuestión en cuatro continentes: Asia, África, América y Europa. Por la diversidad de enfoques, los artículos tratan, desde perspectivas diferentes, las actitudes “pragmáticas” coloniales y postcoloniales hacia la religión en África (Grandhomme y Kroubo Dagnini, la identidad religiosa africana (Chande, el uso de la religión como una fuente de moral y ética en Argentina (Cousins y Francia (Stevens, el punto de tensión entre la religión y política tradicionales y el mito en China (Lee e Italia (Nelis, y las actitudes de la dictadura hacia la identidad religiosa en España (Beck.____________________ABSTRACT:This dossier contains essays that cover a broad geographic area, offering different points of view on various aspects concerning the relation between dictatorship policies and religion. The final result are eight articles, which deal with the situation on four continents: Asia, Africa, America and Europe. Presenting a great variety of approaches, the articles show different views on the “pragmatic” colonial and post-colonial attitudes towards religion in Africa (Grandhomme and Kroubo Dagnini, African religious identity (Chande, the use of religion as a source of morals and ethics in Argentina (Cousins and France (Stevens, the point of tension between traditional religion and politics and the myth in China (Lee and Italy (Nelis and the dictatorship’s attitude towards the religious identity in Spain (Beck.

  13. Effect of residual stress on the nanoindentation response of (100) copper single crystal

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    2012-01-01

    Experimental measurements were used to investigate the effect of residual stress on the nanoindentation of (100) copper single crystal. Equi-biaxial tensile and compressive stresses were applied to the copper single crystal using a special designed apparatus. It was found that residual stresses greatly affected peak load, curvature of the loading curve, elastically recovered depth, residual depth, indentation work, pile-up amount and contact area. The Suresh and Giannakopoulos and Lee and Kwon methods were used to calculate the residual stresses from load-depth data and morphology observation of nanoindents using atomic force microscopy. Comparison of the obtained results with stress values from strain gage showed that the residual stresses analyzed from the Suresh and Giannakopoulos model agreed well with the applied stresses. -- Highlights: ► Residual stresses greatly affected various nanoindentation parameters. ► The contact area can be accurately measured from AFM observation. ► The residual stresses analyzed from the S and G model agreed well with applied stresses.

  14. Microbiological Study on Some Gamma Irradiated Personal Care Products

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    2014-01-01

    Humans have a basic need to change their appearance. The vastness of today‟s cosmetics and toiletries industry clearly indicates this wide spread and basic need for personal care products. Perhaps this need arises because these products allow us to make ourselves unique for rituals or societal reasons. We apparently have a primal need for them for our well-being (Geis, 2006). This industry had achieved stupendous growth within a short span of time and is now a multi-billion dollar industry. It would continue to grow as long as people are ready to spend a fortune to look their best. The result of which is large number of brands and twice the number of hair and skin care products (Naz et al., 2012). The term ''personal care products''refers to a wide variety of items find in the health and beauty departments and the products commonly referred to as ''personal care products''are cosmetics (FDA, 2012 a and b). Makeup can do wonders for women, but it can be dangerous to their health, if not handled properly (Archer, 1998 and Persaud, 2008). Practically all cosmetics are subjected to contamination with microorganisms (Oliviera et al., 2013). Contamination leads to several types of infections that range in severity from mild to serious (Ashour et al., 1987). Microbial load of personal care product is affected by the level of contamination during manufacturing, after manufacturing and during consumer use (Razooki et al., 2010 and Muhammed, 2011). The quality of cosmetic products largely depends on the quality of starting materials. The guidelines of good manufacturing practice for cosmetic products (GMPC) have clearly depicted the necessity of the starting materials to comply with specifications (WHO, 1992). Cosmetic contamination awareness is even worse among the younger age. Many women even share makeup and applicators with friends and their family, increasing their chances of facial infection. Makeup can easily be contaminated

  15. [Cataract Eye Camp in India, Xerophthalmia Project. Experiences last January within the scope of the Combat Blindness Foundation at the Sitapur Ophthalmology Hospital in India].

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    1992-05-01

    In India are approximately 4 million blind people by advanced or mature cataract. For only 10 US$ one patient can be operated in eye camps in the villages by an intracapsular cataract cryoextraction an + 12.00 dptr. aphakia glasses. Also estimated four million people are blind by xerophthalmia. The project is to examine all the babies and little children in the villages and to give them for 2 years each month vitamin-A-medication. On the other side the parents of children suffering from xerophthalmia are instructed to plant vegetables rich in vitamin A. The goal of both projects is to make a cataract and xerophthalmia free zone in Uttar Pradesh, which should spread over the entire country. Both projects are sponsored by Combat Blindness Foundation, P.O. Box 5, 332 Madison Wisconsin 53705 USA, Professor Suresh Chandra, chairman.

  16. High quality draft genome sequence and analysis of Pontibacter roseus type strain SRC-1T (DSM 17521T) isolated from muddy waters of a drainage system in Chandigarh, India

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    Mukherjee, Supratim; Lapidus, Alla; Shapiro, Nicole; Cheng, Jan-Fang; Han, James; Reddy, TBK; Huntemann, Marcel; Ivanova, Natalia; Mikhailova, Natalia; Chen, Amy; Palaniappan, Krishna; Spring, Stefan; Göker, Markus; Markowitz, Victor; Woyke, Tanja; Tindall, Brian J.; Klenk, Hans-Peter; Kyrpides, Nikos C.; Pati, Amrita

    2015-01-01

    Pontibacter roseus Suresh et al 2006 is a member of genus Pontibacter family Cytophagaceae, class Cytophagia. While the type species of the genus Pontibacter actiniarum was isolated in 2005 from a marine environment, subsequent species of the same genus have been found in different types of habitats ranging from seawater, sediment, desert soil, rhizosphere, contaminated sites, solar saltern and muddy water. Here we describe the features of Pontibacter roseus strain SRC-1T along with its complete genome sequence and annotation from a culture of DSM 17521T. The 4,581,480 bp long draft genome consists of 12 scaffolds with 4,003 protein-coding and 50 RNA genes and is a part of Genomic encyclopedia of Type Strains, Phase I: the one thousand microbial genomes (KMG-I) project.

  17. Extraglottic airway devices: technology update

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    Full Text Available Bimla Sharma, Chand Sahai, Jayashree Sood Department of Anaesthesiology, Pain and Perioperative Medicine, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, New Delhi, India Abstract: Extraglottic airway devices (EADs have revolutionized the field of airway management. The invention of the laryngeal mask airway was a game changer, and since then, there have been several innovations to improve the EADs in design, functionality, safety and construction material. These have ranged from changes in the shape of the mask, number of cuffs and material used, like rubber, polyvinylchloride and latex. Phthalates, which were added to the construction material in order to increase device flexibility, were later omitted when this chemical was found to have serious adverse reproductive outcomes. The various designs brought out by numerous companies manufacturing EADs resulted in the addition of several devices to the airway market. These airway devices were put to use, many of them with inadequate or no evidence base regarding their efficacy and safety. To reduce the possibility of compromising the safety of the patient, the Difficult Airway Society (DAS formed the Airway Device Evaluation Project Team (ADEPT to strengthen the evidence base for airway equipment and vet the new extraglottic devices. A preuse careful analysis of the design and structure may help in better understanding of the functionality of a particular device. In the meantime, the search for the ideal EAD continues. Keywords: extraglottic airway devices, laryngeal mask airway, other extraglottic airway devices, safety, technology update

  18. Nicolas Lyon-Caen , La boîte à Perrette, le jansénisme parisien au xviiie siècle

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    Nicolas Lyon-­­­Caen publie ici sa thèse sou­­te­­nue en 2008 à l’uni­­ver­­sité Paris I (dir. Cl. Mi­­­chaud) sous le titre Mar­­chands de miracles. La bour­­geoi­­sie jan­­sé­­niste pari­­sienne au xviiie siècle, elle-­­­même pro­­lon­­ge­­ment d’une thèse de l’École des Chartes consa­­crée au finan­­ce­­ment du « parti » jan­­sé­­niste au xviiie siècle (La boîte à Perrette, 2002). Ce n’est donc pas une his­­toire de l’ensemble des jan­­sé­­nistes pari­­siens que l’on trou­­vera dans cet ou...

  19. Rare Variant of Ankyloblepharon-ectodermal Defect-cleft Lip/Cleft Palate Syndrome: Curly Hair-ankyloblepharon-nail Disease Syndrome

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    Chopra, Ajay; Mitra, Debdeep; Kandpal, Renu; Agarwal, Reetu

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    Ankyloblepharon-ectodermal defect-cleft lip/cleft palate (AEC) syndrome is one of the variants of ectodermal dysplasia. It is an autosomal dominant disorder comprising of ankyloblepharon, ectodermal dysplasia, and cleft palate or cleft lip. In 1976, it wasfirst described by Hay and Wells, therefore also known as Hay–Wells syndrome. The characteristic feature of this syndrome is “ankyloblepharon filiforme adnatum”, which refers to the partial thickness fusion of the eyelid margins. The “curly hair-ankyloblepharon-nail disease (CHAND) syndrome” is a clinical variant of AEC syndrome. We report a rare case of a 7-year-old girl child who presented with history of abnormal dentition, 20 nail dystrophy, and light-colored, sparse curly hairs since birth. Parents gave history that at the time of birth, her both eyelids were fused partially, which was surgically corrected by an ophthalmologist at 1 month of age. There was no history of hypohidrosis or anhidrosis, heat intolerance, cleft lip or cleft palate. Microscopy of the hair shaft found “bubbly hair” morphology. This case is unique as it is a rare presentation, and awareness should be there for this constellation of findings so that the systemic associations can be investigated. “Bubble hair” morphology on microscopy is a unique feature in this rare autosomal recessive condition. PMID:29440852

  20. Evidências do Entendimento de Quatro Pronunciamentos Contábeis por Auditores Independentes do Brasil

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    Full Text Available The employment of an international standard for corporate financial statements worldwide has been increasingly required. However the concern some authors have as to effective comparability of information, depending on the possibility of disparate interpretations even with the use of identical standards, still persists. Thus, this study aims to identify how independent auditors of companies indexed in the CVM interpret four Brazilian Accounting Pronouncements, by means of a questionnaire adapted from Chand, Patel and Patel (2010. In addition, the research attempts to identify the association between the auditors’ interpretations and four variables (the size of the undertaking; familiarity with IFRS; experience with auditing; and experience with IFRS-related activities. Analysis was done via Chi-square Test, Correspondence Analysis (ANACOR and Homogeneity Analysis (HOMALS. The results show a lack of consensus among auditors in the sample. It was noticed that interpretations of the three Brazilian Accounting Pronouncements were statistically distinct in function: the size of the undertaking, familiarity with IFRS, and experience with IFRS-related activities. In light of these results, it can be inferred that, within the use of the same standard, there is a possibility that Brazilian professionals have different interpretations and, therefore, make decisions that will produce non-comparable accounting reports.

  1. The SPARDIG project - Transforming analogue sparker records from the Norwegian continental shelf into SEG-Y format, first results

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    Schaming, Marc; Rise, Leif; Chand, Shyam; Reidulv, Bøe; Terje Osmundsen, Per; Redfield, Tim

    2017-04-01

    A large number of sparker lines were acquired on the Norwegian continental shelf during the years 1970-1982, by IKU (Sintef Petroleum Research). The responsibility of the analogue seismic database was transferred to NGU in 1998; this included storage of the physical data (original paper rolls and half-scale film copies) and the digital navigation database. The data (from 60°N to 71°30N) were in the early eighties subdivided in 6 data packages, and offered for sale to oil companies as half scale folded paper copies (25 cm width). Navigation applied was mainly Decca Main Chain. The 2014-2016 SPARDIG project (Chand et al., 2016) was supported by NGU, AkerBP (Det Norske), Lundin Norway and the Seabed Project. In the project, IPGS has transformed 374 rolls of analogue sparker lines in 17 different surveys into SEG-Y format. The total length of converted survey lines is 31 261 kilometers. Rolls were scanned at 600 dpi and converted into SEG-Y using the SeisTrans (Caldera software) application (Miles et al., 2007). SeisTrans uses interactive, iterative and repeatable steps in a dedicated graphics window. A first step allows definition of axes and scales, then record time lines (horizontal TWT times and navigation time lines down the record) are picked and removed, and traces are defined. At this step, control tools are available to ensure the quality of the traces. After that, navigation information extracted and interpolated from excel files are added to trace headers. A continuous QC process allows production of SEG-Y files directly readable by interpretation software. The SEG-Y data will be delivered to the Norwegian Discos National Repository (https://portal.diskos.cgg.com/whereoil-data/) but access will be restricted to participants until 1st April 2019. IKU sparker lines have higher resolution than conventional 2D lines, but the penetration is limited. The data sets are complementary to each other. In 2D seismic lines, it is often difficult to delineate units in

  2. ANALYSIS OF MACRONUTRIENCONTENT, GLYCEMIC INDEX AND CALCIUM OXALATE ELIMINATION IN Amorphophallus campanulatus (Roxb.

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    Endang Lukitaningsih

    2013-10-01

    Full Text Available Recently, the research to find alternative sources of carbohydrates as a replacement for rice has been developed. Walur is one of the carbohydrate sources that can be explored because it can be grown in any area with out special treatment. However, walur has limitation for direct consumption, because it contains calcium oxalate. The purposes of this study were to determine the chemical character (macronutrient content, calculate glycemic index and get the proper washing techniques to elimin ate calcium oxalate of walur. Macro nutrients content studied in this research include carbohydrates, fats, protein, star chand crude fiber. Analysis of macronutrients has been chemically done, while the glycemic index was measured by in vivo using glucose as a standard. Elimination of calcium oxalate was conducted by washing the fresh walur tubers using a solution of0.01NHCl-NaOH, 5% NaCl, and solution of lemon-lime. The content of oxalate before and after washing was analyzed by permanganometry method. The results showed that walur containing 4.34 ±0.07% of reducingsugar,3.24 ± 0.06 % of not-reducing sugar, 11.27±0.40 % of crude fiber,0.03±1.05 % of starchand0.57±0.01 % of protein. Qualitative analysis of fatty acids showed that hexade canoicacid, octade cadienoicacid, and the acide icosatetranoic were detected in high concentrations. The glycemic index valueof walur was relative lylow, about of 16.9. In addition, washing technique using a solution of lemon-lime was the most excellent technique and can reduce the oxalate content up to61.82%.Fromthis research, it can be concluded that walur can be used as food substitute esrice after washing treatment using lemon-lime solution to remove the calcium oxalate content.

  3. Development of Advanced Ceramic Manufacturing Technology; FINAL

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    Pujari, V.K.

    2001-01-01

    Advanced structural ceramics are enabling materials for new transportation engine systems that have the potential for significantly reducing energy consumption and pollution in automobiles and heavy vehicles. Ceramic component reliability and performance have been demonstrated in previous U.S. DOE initiatives, but high manufacturing cost was recognized as a major barrier to commercialization. Norton Advanced Ceramics (NAC), a division of Saint-Gobain Industrial Ceramics, Inc. (SGIC), was selected to perform a major Advanced Ceramics Manufacturing Technology (ACMT) Program. The overall objectives of NAC's program were to design, develop, and demonstrate advanced manufacturing technology for the production of ceramic exhaust valves for diesel engines. The specific objectives were (1) to reduce the manufacturing cost by an order of magnitude, (2) to develop and demonstrate process capability and reproducibility, and (3) to validate ceramic valve performance, durability, and reliability. I n order to achieve these objectives, NAC, a leading U.S. advanced ceramics component manufacturer, assembled a multidisciplinary, vertically integrated team. This team included: a major diesel engine builder, Detroit Diesel Corporation (DDC); a corporate ceramics research division, SGIC's Northboro R and D Center; intelligent processing system developers, BDM Federal/MATSYS; a furnace equipment company, Centorr/Vacuum Industries; a sintering expert, Wittmer Consultants; a production OEM, Deco-Grand; a wheel manufacturer and grinding operation developer, Norton Company's Higgins Grinding Technology Center (HGTC); a ceramic machine shop, Chand Kare Technical Ceramics; and a manufacturing cost consultant, IBIS Associates. The program was divided into four major tasks: Component Design and Specification, Component Manufacturing Technology Development, Inspection and Testing, and Process Demonstration

  4. Tolerability of oral sorafenib in pet dogs with a diagnosis of cancer

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    Foskett A

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available Amanda Foskett, Christina Manley, Rebecca Naramore, Ira K Gordon, Bridget M Stewart, Chand Khanna The Oncology Service, LLC, Leesburg, VA, USA Abstract: Sorafenib is a multi-target small molecule inhibitor of the RAF kinase family and VEGFR-2/PDGFR. The US Food and Drug Administration approved sorafenib in human patients with liver, thyroid, or renal carcinoma. The aim of this study was to help guide future pharmacokinetic (PK studies of sorafenib in dogs with a cancer diagnosis. Client-owned dogs were eligible if they had a cytologic or histologic diagnosis of cancer. Patients were enrolled at escalating doses of sorafenib. Patients were evaluable for the study if they received at least one dose of sorafenib and presented 1 week later for a follow-up examination, blood work, and assessment of drug tolerability. The goal of this study was not to define a maximum tolerated dose as may be reasonable in conventional cytotoxic chemotherapy drugs, but rather to describe the tolerability of this drug in dogs with a cancer diagnosis, as a prequel to future sorafenib PK studies. No patients in the study had any evidence of adverse events that were attributable to sorafenib. Doses of 3 mg/kg were well tolerated and associated with a suggestion of clinical activity, supportive of future PK, and pharmacodynamic analysis. Such future studies are recommended at this dose to define the associated exposure achieved and determine a reasonable schedule for sorafenib administration. Keywords: sorafenib, cancer, tolerability study, developmental therapeutics 

  5. Principais Alterações Internas em uma Empresa de Capital Aberto: Um Estudo do Impacto da Convergência Contábil Sob a Ótica Contingencial

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    Geovanne Dias de Moura

    2014-08-01

    Full Text Available O estudo teve como objetivo identificar quais foram as alterações internas que ocorreram em uma grande empresa de capital aberto localizada na região Sul do Brasil, em virtude da convergência internacional das normas contábeis sob a ótica da teoria da contingência. Realizou-se pesquisa descritiva, por meio de um estudo de caso, com abordagem qualitativa dos dados, obtidos com aplicação de entrevista semi-estruturada com o controller, que figurou como coordenador e responsável pela implantação das normas internacionais de contabilidade na empresa. As questões da entrevista foram fundamentadas nos estudos de Jones e Higgins (2006, Jermakovicz e Tomaszewski (2006, Chand e Patel (2008, Navaes (2010, McManus (2009 e Burnett, Friedman, Murthy (2010. Os resultados demonstraram que as mudanças nas normas de contabilidade resultaram nas seguintes alterações: a estrutura: maior flexibilidade da estrutura mecanicista; não houve reorganização de espaços físicos, no entanto, ocorreram mudanças comportamentais, pela necessidade de um posicionamento mais participativo da contabilidade; ocorreram treinamentos e qualificação de funcionários. b estratégia: preferência pela formação de uma equipe interna para estudo das normas; aumento na divulgação de informações para usuários externos; c tecnologia: desenvolvimento interno de software. Assim, conclui-se que essas alterações nas normas de contabilidade financeira configuraram-se como um importante fator contingencial, que resultou em alterações na estrutura, estratégia e tecnologia.

  6. New insights into the genetic basis of infertility

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    Venkatesh T

    2014-12-01

    Full Text Available Thejaswini Venkatesh,1 Padmanaban S Suresh,2 Rie Tsutsumi3 1Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine, National Centre for Biological Sciences, Bangalore, 2Centre for Biomedical Research, VIT University, Vellore, India; 3University of Tokushima, Institute of Health Bioscience, Department of Public Health and Nutrition, Tokushima, Japan Abstract: Infertility is a disease of the reproductive system characterized by inability to achieve pregnancy after 12 or more months of regular unprotected sexual intercourse. A variety of factors, including ovulation defects, spermatogenic failure, parental age, obesity, and infections have been linked with infertility, in addition to specific karyotypes and genotypes. The study of genes associated with infertility in rodent models has expanded the field of translational genetics in identifying the underlying cause of human infertility problems. Many intriguing aspects of the molecular basis of infertility in humans remain poorly understood; however, application of genetic knowledge in this field looks promising. The growing literature on the genetics of human infertility disorders deserves attention and a critical concise summary is required. This paper provides information obtained from a systematic analysis of the literature related to current research into the genetics of infertility affecting both sexes. Keywords: infertility, genetics, polycystic ovary syndrome, premature ovarian failure, spermatogenic failure, cystic fibrosis

  7. November 2012 Arizona thoracic society notes

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    Robbins RA

    2012-11-01

    Full Text Available No abstract available. Article truncated at 150 words. A dinner meeting was held on Wednesday, 11/28/2012 at Scottsdale Shea beginning at 6:30 PM. There were 20 in attendance representing the pulmonary, critical care, sleep, infectious disease, pathology, and radiology communities. Dr. George Parides stated he was unable to find further information on treating patients begun on biologicals for RA who developed a + QuantiFERON. Four cases were presented: 1. Dr. Suresh Uppalapu, a pulmonary fellow at Good Samaritan/VA, presented a case of a 29 yo woman with a rash and a myriad of nonspecific complaints. She had recently been a contestant in a reality TV show. Just prior to admission she developed a neurologic complaints including incontinence. Her CXR was negative but CT of the chest showed scattered areas of ground glass opacities peripherally. A MRI of the brain revealed nonspecific abnormalities. CBC showed an elevated eosinophil count of 8%. Coccidioidomycosis antigen was negative. An LP was performed …

  8. Melioidosis in acute cholangitis of diabetic patient: a forgotten diagnosis

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    2012-08-01

    Full Text Available Nasir Mohamad,1 Suresh Ponnusamy,2 Sunita Devi,3 Rishya Manikam,4 Ilya Irinaz Idrus,1 Nor Hidayah Abu Bakar51Department of Emergency Medicine, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian, Malaysia; 2AIMST University, Bedong, Malaysia; 3Hospital Sultan Abdul Halim, Sungai Petani, Malaysia; 4University Malaya Medical Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; 5Department of Pathology, Hospital Raja Perempuan Zainab II, Kota Bharu, MalaysiaAbstract: Melioidosis presents with a wide range of clinical presentations, which include severe community-acquired pneumonia, septicemia, central nervous system infection, and less severe soft tissue infection. Hence, its diagnosis depends heavily on the clinical microbiology laboratory for culture. In this case report, we describe an atypical presentation of melioidosis in a 52-year-old man who had fever, right upper-abdominal pain, and jaundice for 15 days. Melioidosis caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei was subsequently diagnosed from blood culture. As a primary care physician, high suspicion index is of great importance. High suspicion index of melioidosis in a high-risk group patient, such as the patient with diabetes mellitus and diabetic foot, is crucial in view of atypical presentations of pseudomonas sepsis. A correct combination of antibiotic administration in the early phase of therapy will determine its successful outcome.Keywords: Burkholderia pseudomallei, atypical, high suspicion, primary care

  9. Sleep Promotes Cortical Response Potentiation Following Visual Experience

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    Aton, Sara J.; Suresh, Aneesha; Broussard, Christopher; Frank, Marcos G.

    2014-01-01

    Study Objectives: Sleep has been hypothesized to globally reduce synaptic strength. However, recent findings suggest that in the context of learning and memory consolidation, sleep may promote synaptic potentiation. We tested the requirement for sleep in a naturally occurring form of experience-dependent synaptic potentiation in the adult mouse visual cortex (V1), which is initiated by patterned visual experience. Design: Visual responses were recorded in individual V1 neurons before and after presentation of an oriented grating stimulus, and after subsequent sleep or sleep deprivation. Measurements and Results: We find that V1 response potentiation—associated with a shift in orientation preference in favor of the presented stimulus—occurs only after sleep and only during the entrained circadian sleep phase, and is blocked by sleep deprivation. Induction of plasticity following stimulus presentation is associated with an increase in principal neuron firing in V1, which is present in all behavioral states and occurs regardless of time of day. Sleep dependent potentiation is proportional to phase-locking of neuronal activity with thalamocortical spindle oscillations. Conclusions: Our results suggest that sleep can promote cortical synaptic potentiation in vivo, and that this potentiation may be mediated by slow wave sleep spindles. Citation: Aton SJ, Suresh A, Broussard C, Frank MG. Sleep promotes cortical response potentiation following visual experience. SLEEP 2014;37(7):1163-1170. PMID:25061244

  10. Molecular single-bond covalent radii for elements 1-118.

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    Pyykkö, Pekka; Atsumi, Michiko

    2009-01-01

    A self-consistent system of additive covalent radii, R(AB)=r(A) + r(B), is set up for the entire periodic table, Groups 1-18, Z=1-118. The primary bond lengths, R, are taken from experimental or theoretical data corresponding to chosen group valencies. All r(E) values are obtained from the same fit. Both E-E, E-H, and E-CH(3) data are incorporated for most elements, E. Many E-E' data inside the same group are included. For the late main groups, the system is close to that of Pauling. For other elements it is close to the methyl-based one of Suresh and Koga [J. Phys. Chem. A 2001, 105, 5940] and its predecessors. For the diatomic alkalis MM' and halides XX', separate fits give a very high accuracy. These primary data are then absorbed with the rest. The most notable exclusion are the transition-metal halides and chalcogenides which are regarded as partial multiple bonds. Other anomalies include H(2) and F(2). The standard deviation for the 410 included data points is 2.8 pm.

  11. First report of MRI findings in a case of an autoamputated wandering calcified ovary

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    Mahajan PS

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Parag Suresh Mahajan, Nazeer Ahamad, Sheik Akbar Hussain Department of Radiology, Al-Khor Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar Abstract: An autoamputated wandering calcified ovary (AWCO is an extremely rare cause of abdominal calcification in the pediatric population. We present the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI features of AWCO in a child. To our knowledge, the MRI features of AWCO have not been previously described in the published literature. Our case report indicates that the MRI findings are characteristic in the diagnosis of an AWCO and can completely obviate the need for invasive procedures in this mostly benign disease. An AWCO should be considered in all cases of mobile calcific opacities on radiographs in female patients. We advise that MRI be conducted in all suspected cases of AWCO for accurate and noninvasive diagnosis, and regular follow-up should be performed with ultrasound. The findings in our case report have the potential to change the course of investigations and management in suspected cases. Keywords: magnetic resonance imaging, ovary, adnexa, autoamputation, wandering calcification

  12. Magnetic resonance imaging features of brain and spinal cord injury in a fatal case of isopropanol intoxication

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    Mahajan PS

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Parag Suresh Mahajan,1 Joyal Jacob Mathew,2 Abhilash Pulincherry Jayaram,1 Vidya Chander Negi,1 Mohamed Milad Abu Hmaira21Department of Radiology, 2Department of Medicine, Al-Khor Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, QatarAbstract: A 60-year-old man presented with headache, dizziness, and disorientation one day after consumption of isopropanol along with ethanol. Computed tomography (CT of the brain performed immediately was unremarkable. The patient collapsed within the hospital 30 minutes after the CT scan was done, and remained comatose until death, showing no improvement with symptomatic treatment. Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain and spine done 6 days after admission revealed bilaterally symmetrical hyperintensities involving the cerebral and cerebellar cortex and white matter, basal ganglia, thalami, and brainstem on T2-weighted, fluid attenuated inversion recovery and diffusion weighted images; similar hyperintensities were seen involving the swollen and edematous cervical spinal cord and cerebellar tonsillar herniation compressing the proximal cervical cord. Petechial hemorrhages were also noted within the brainstem. These features are compatible with toxic injury to the brain and cervical spinal cord. To our knowledge, the magnetic resonance imaging features of brain and spinal cord injury and cerebellar tonsillar herniation, secondary to isopropanol intoxication have not been reported in the published literature before.Keywords: alcohol intoxication, computed tomography, isopropyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol, toxicity

  13. Sleep promotes cortical response potentiation following visual experience.

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    Aton, Sara J; Suresh, Aneesha; Broussard, Christopher; Frank, Marcos G

    2014-07-01

    Sleep has been hypothesized to globally reduce synaptic strength. However, recent findings suggest that in the context of learning and memory consolidation, sleep may promote synaptic potentiation. We tested the requirement for sleep in a naturally occurring form of experience-dependent synaptic potentiation in the adult mouse visual cortex (V1), which is initiated by patterned visual experience. Visual responses were recorded in individual V1 neurons before and after presentation of an oriented grating stimulus, and after subsequent sleep or sleep deprivation. We find that V1 response potentiation-associated with a shift in orientation preference in favor of the presented stimulus-occurs only after sleep and only during the entrained circadian sleep phase, and is blocked by sleep deprivation. Induction of plasticity following stimulus presentation is associated with an increase in principal neuron firing in V1, which is present in all behavioral states and occurs regardless of time of day. Sleep dependent potentiation is proportional to phase-locking of neuronal activity with thalamocortical spindle oscillations. Our results suggest that sleep can promote cortical synaptic potentiation in vivo, and that this potentiation may be mediated by slow wave sleep spindles. Aton SJ, Suresh A, Broussard C, Frank MG. Sleep promotes cortical response potentiation following visual experience.

  14. Rare case of pneumorrhachis, pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, and surgical emphysema secondary to bronchial asthma

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    Mahajan PS

    2014-03-01

    Full Text Available Parag Suresh Mahajan,1 Nasser Jassim Al Maslamani,1 Nishan K Purayil2 1Department of Radiology, 2Accident and Emergency Department, Al Khor Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha, Qatar Abstract: Air localized within the spinal canal is called pneumorrhachis. In the case of pneumorrhachis, air can be present in the extradural, the intradural, or the subarachnoid space of the spinal canal. The air within the soft tissue of the posterior mediastinum may dissect along fascial planes, through the intervertebral neural foramina, and into the extradural or the subarachnoid space. Nontraumatic pneumorrhachis is a rare presentation. Most of the time, pneumorrhachis is asymptomatic, remains localized, and resolves spontaneously. There are very few reports of combined presence of pneumomediastinum and extradural pneumorrhachis not associated with thoracic injury in the published literature. We report a rare case of pneumorrhachis, pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, and surgical emphysema in an adult female patient developed after a bout of violent cough related to bronchial asthma. Keywords: pneumorrhachis, pneumomediastinum, pneumothorax, surgical emphysema, asthma

  15. Renal colic and childbirth pain: female experience versus male perception

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    Miah S

    2017-07-01

    Full Text Available Saiful Miah,1,2 Charlotte Gunner,3 Lucy Clayton,4 Suresh Venugopal,5 Nigel R Boucher,5 Bo Parys61Division of Surgery and Interventional Science, University College London, London, UK; 2Urology Department, Charing Cross Hospital, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK; 3Urology Department, Raigmore Hospital, Inverness, UK; 4Psychiatry Department, Highbury Hospital, Nottingham, UK; 5Urology Department, Chesterfield Royal Infirmary, Chesterfield, UK; 6Urology Department, Rotherham General Hospital, Rotherham, UKIntroductionRenal colic is often described by patients as the worst pain ever experienced.1 Pain during childbirth is also similarly described.2 To date, no study has comparatively evaluated the pain of renal colic to that of childbirth in female patients who have experienced both. Furthermore, no such study has evaluated the perception that men with renal colic have with respect to the pain experienced during childbirth. Here we present our cross-sectional observational study to address these questions. The primary objectives of our study were to answer these questions and highlight the severity of renal colic which is not always faced and treated aggressively.  

  16. On the controlling parameters for fatigue-crack threshold at low homologous temperatures

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    Yu, W.; Gerberich, W.W.

    1983-01-01

    Fatigue crack propagation phenomena near the threshold stress intensity level ΔK /SUB TH/ , has been a vigorously studied topic in recent years. Near threshold the crack propagates rather slowly, thus giving enough time for various physical and chemical reactions to take place. Room air, which is the most commonly encountered environment, can still supply various ingredients such as oxygen, water vapor (and thus hydrogen) to support these reactions. Much effort had been directed toward the environmental aspects of near threshold fatigue crack growth. By conducting tests under vacuum, Suresh and coworkers found that the crack propagation rate in a 2-1/4 Cr-1Mo steel was higher in vacuum than in air. An oxide induced closure, which served to reduce the effective stress intensity at the crack tip, seems to furnish a good explanation. Neumann and coworkers proposed that during the fatigue process, extrusion-intrusion pairs can develop as a consequence of reversed slip around the crack tip when the crack was propagated near threshold stress intensity. Beevers demonstrated that fatigue fracture surfaces contact each other during unloading even under tension-tension cycling. Kanninen and Atkinson also reached the conclusion that the compressive stress acting at the crack tip due to residual plasticity can induce closure. Microstructural effects have also been cited as important factors in near threshold crack growth. It is generally accepted that coarser grains have a beneficial effect on the resistance to the near threshold crack propagation

  17. Nanomedicine: towards development of patient-friendly drug-delivery systems for oncological applications

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    Ranganathan R

    2012-02-01

    Full Text Available Ramya Ranganathan1,*, Shruthilaya Madanmohan1,*, Akila Kesavan1, Ganga Baskar1, Yoganathan Ramia Krishnamoorthy2, Roy Santosham3, D Ponraju4, Suresh Kumar Rayala2, Ganesh Venkatraman1 1Department of Human Genetics, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, 2Department of Biotechnology, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras, 3Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Sri Ramachandra University, Porur, Chennai, 4Safety Engineering Division, Nuclear and Engineering Safety Group, Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, India*Authors contributed equally to this workAbstract: The focus on nanotechnology in cancer treatment and diagnosis has intensified due to the serious side effects caused by anticancer agents as a result of their cytotoxic actions on normal cells. This nonspecific action of chemotherapy has awakened a need for formulations capable of definitive targeting with enhanced tumor-killing. Nanooncology, the application of nanobiotechnology to the management of cancer, is currently the most important area of nanomedicine. Currently several nanomaterial-based drug-delivery systems are in vogue and several others are in various stages of development. Tumor-targeted drug-delivery systems are envisioned as magic bullets for cancer therapy and several groups are working globally for development of robust systems.Keywords: patient-friendly, drug-delivery systems, cancer, nanomedicine

  18. Potential role of coenzyme Q10 in health and disease conditions

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    Rodick TC

    2018-02-01

    Full Text Available Taylor C Rodick,1 Donna R Seibels,2 Jeganathan Ramesh Babu,1 Kevin W Huggins,1 Guang Ren,3 Suresh T Mathews2 1Department of Nutrition, Dietetics, & Hospitality Management, Auburn University, Auburn, 2Department of Nutrition and Dietetics, Samford University, 3Medicine-Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, USA Abstract: Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10, an endogenously produced compound, is found in all human cells. Within the mitochondria, it plays a substantial role in energy production by acting as a mobile electron carrier in the electron transport chain. Outside the mitochondria, it acts as an excellent antioxidant by sequestering free radicals and working synergistically with other antioxidants, including vitamin E. Dietary contribution is limited, making endogenous production the primary source for optimal function. Now widely available as an over-the-counter supplement, CoQ10 has gained attention for its possible therapeutic use in minimizing the outcomes of certain metabolic diseases, notably cardiovascular disease, diabetes, neurodegenerative disease, and cancer. Research has shown positive results in subjects supplemented with CoQ10, especially in relation to upregulating antioxidant capability. Emerging research suggests beneficial effects of CoQ10 supplementation in individuals on statin medications. CoQ10 supplementation in individuals participating in strenuous exercise seems to exert some beneficial effects, although the data are conflicting with other types of physical activity. This broad review of current CoQ10 literature, while outlining its physiological/functional significance in health and disease conditions, also offers a dietitian’s perspective on its potential use as a supplement in the promotion of health and management of disease conditions. Keywords: coenzyme Q, antioxidant, oxidative stress, dietary supplement, statin

  19. BOMBAY: Instrumentation school

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    Anon.

    1993-01-01

    Full text: Promising students had a foretaste of the latest laboratory techniques at the ICFA 1993 India School on Instrumentation in High Energy Physics held from February 15-26 and hosted by the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Bombay. The scientific programme was put together by the ICFA Panel for Future Instrumentation, Innovation and Development, chaired by Tord Ekelof (Uppsala). The programme included lectures and topical seminars covering a wide range of detector subjects. In small groups, students got acquainted with modern detector technologies in the laboratory sessions, using experimental setups assembled in various institutes world-wide and shipped to Bombay for the School. The techniques covered included multiwire proportional chambers for detection of particles and photons, gaseous detectors for UV photons and X-ray imaging, the study of charge drift in silicon detectors, measurement of the muon lifetime using liquid scintillators, tracking using scintillating fibres, and electronics for sensitive detectors. The India School was attended by around 80 students from 20 countries; 34 came from Indian universities. It was the fifth in this series, previous Schools having been at Trieste (1987, 1989 and 1991) organized by the ICFA Panel and hosted and sponsored by the International Centre for Theoretical Physics, and in 1990, organized at Rio de Janeiro in collaboration with the Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas. The School was jointly directed by Suresh Tonwar (TIFR), Fabio Sauli (CERN) and Marleigh Sheaff (University of Wisconsin), and sponsored by TIFR and DAE (India), CERN (Switzerland), ICTP and INFN (Italy), British Council and RAL (UK), NSF and DOE (USA), KEK (Japan), IPP (Canada) and DESY (Germany)

  20. Serological IgG avidity test for ocular toxoplasmosis

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    Suresh S

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Subramaniam Suresh1, Saidin Nor-Masniwati1, Muhd Nor Nor-Idahriani1, Wan-Hitam Wan-Hazabbah1, Mohamed Zeehaida2, Embong Zunaina11Department of Ophthalmology, 2Department of Medical Microbiology and Parasitology, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, MalaysiaBackground: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the immunoglobulin (Ig G avidity of serological toxoplasmosis testing in patients with ocular inflammation and to determine the clinical manifestations of ocular toxoplasmosis.Methods: A retrospective review of all patients presenting with ocular inflammation to the Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, Malaysia between 2005 and 2009 was undertaken. Visual acuity, clinical manifestations at presentation, toxoplasmosis antibody testing, and treatment records were analyzed.Results: A total of 130 patients with ocular inflammation were reviewed retrospectively. The patients had a mean age of 38.41 (standard deviation 19.24, range 6–83 years. Seventy-one patients (54.6% were found to be seropositive, of whom five (3.8% were both IgG and IgM positive (suggestive of recently acquired ocular toxoplasmosis while one (0.8% showed IgG avidity ≤40% (suggestive of recently acquired ocular toxoplasmosis and 65 patients (50.0% showed IgG avidity >40% (suggestive of reactivation of toxoplasmosis infection. Chorioretinal scarring as an ocular manifestation was significantly more common in patients with seropositive toxoplasmosis (P = 0.036. Eighteen patients (13.8% were diagnosed as having recent and/or active ocular toxoplasmosis based on clinical manifestations and serological testing.Conclusion: Ocular toxoplasmosis is a clinical diagnosis, but specific toxoplasmosis antibody testing helps to support the diagnosis and to differentiate between reactivation of infection and recently acquired ocular toxoplasmosis.Keywords: ocular toxoplasmosis, chorioretinal scar, toxoplasmosis antibody, IgG avidity test

  1. Hyperhomocysteinemia decreases bone blood flow

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    2011-01-01

    Full Text Available Neetu Tyagi*, Thomas P Vacek*, John T Fleming, Jonathan C Vacek, Suresh C TyagiDepartment of Physiology and Biophysics, School of Medicine, University of Louisville, Louisville, KY, USA *These authors have equal authorshipAbstract: Elevated plasma levels of homocysteine (Hcy, known as hyperhomocysteinemia (HHcy, are associated with osteoporosis. A decrease in bone blood flow is a potential cause of compromised bone mechanical properties. Therefore, we hypothesized that HHcy decreases bone blood flow and biomechanical properties. To test this hypothesis, male Sprague–Dawley rats were treated with Hcy (0.67 g/L in drinking water for 8 weeks. Age-matched rats served as controls. At the end of the treatment period, the rats were anesthetized. Blood samples were collected from experimental or control rats. Biochemical turnover markers (body weight, Hcy, vitamin B12, and folate were measured. Systolic blood pressure was measured from the right carotid artery. Tibia blood flow was measured by laser Doppler flow probe. The results indicated that Hcy levels were significantly higher in the Hcy-treated group than in control rats, whereas vitamin B12 levels were lower in the Hcy-treated group compared with control rats. There was no significant difference in folate concentration and blood pressure in Hcy-treated versus control rats. The tibial blood flow index of the control group was significantly higher (0.78 ± 0.09 flow unit compared with the Hcy-treated group (0.51 ± 0.09. The tibial mass was 1.1 ± 0.1 g in the control group and 0.9 ± 0.1 in the Hcy-treated group. The tibia bone density was unchanged in Hcy-treated rats. These results suggest that Hcy causes a reduction in bone blood flow, which contributes to compromised bone biomechanical properties.Keywords: homocysteine, tibia, bone density

  2. Entropy-limited hydrodynamics: a novel approach to relativistic hydrodynamics

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    Guercilena, Federico; Radice, David; Rezzolla, Luciano

    2017-07-01

    We present entropy-limited hydrodynamics (ELH): a new approach for the computation of numerical fluxes arising in the discretization of hyperbolic equations in conservation form. ELH is based on the hybridisation of an unfiltered high-order scheme with the first-order Lax-Friedrichs method. The activation of the low-order part of the scheme is driven by a measure of the locally generated entropy inspired by the artificial-viscosity method proposed by Guermond et al. (J. Comput. Phys. 230(11):4248-4267, 2011, doi: 10.1016/j.jcp.2010.11.043). Here, we present ELH in the context of high-order finite-differencing methods and of the equations of general-relativistic hydrodynamics. We study the performance of ELH in a series of classical astrophysical tests in general relativity involving isolated, rotating and nonrotating neutron stars, and including a case of gravitational collapse to black hole. We present a detailed comparison of ELH with the fifth-order monotonicity preserving method MP5 (Suresh and Huynh in J. Comput. Phys. 136(1):83-99, 1997, doi: 10.1006/jcph.1997.5745), one of the most common high-order schemes currently employed in numerical-relativity simulations. We find that ELH achieves comparable and, in many of the cases studied here, better accuracy than more traditional methods at a fraction of the computational cost (up to {˜}50% speedup). Given its accuracy and its simplicity of implementation, ELH is a promising framework for the development of new special- and general-relativistic hydrodynamics codes well adapted for massively parallel supercomputers.

  3. Biogenic silver nanoparticles using Rhinacanthus nasutus leaf extract: synthesis, spectral analysis, and antimicrobial studies

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    Pasupuleti VR

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Visweswara Rao Pasupuleti,1 TNVKV Prasad,2 Rayees Ahmad Shiekh,3 Satheesh Krishna Balam,4 Ganapathi Narasimhulu,5 Cirandur Suresh Reddy,4 Ismail Ab Rahman,3 Siew Hua Gan1 1Human Genome Center, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian, Kelantan, Malaysia; 2Institute of Frontier Technology, Regional Agricultural Research Station, Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India; 3Biomaterial Research Unit, School of Dental Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kubang Kerian, Kelantan, Malaysia; 4Department of Chemistry, Sri Venkateswara University, Tirupati, Andhra Pradesh, India; 5Pharmacology and Toxicology, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Technology Mara, Malaysia Abstract: Nanotechnology is gaining momentum due to its ability to transform metals into nanoparticles. The synthesis, characterization, and applications of biologically synthesized nanomaterials have become an important branch of nanotechnology. Plant extracts are a cost-effective, ecologically friendly, and efficient alternative for the large-scale synthesis of nanoparticles. In this study, silver nanoparticles (AgNps were synthesized using Rhinacanthus nasutus leaf extract. After exposing the silver ions to the leaf extract, the rapid reduction of silver ions led to the formation of AgNps in solution. The synthesis was confirmed by ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, and transmission electron microscopy. The in vitro antimicrobial activity of the AgNps synthesized using R. nasutus leaf extract was investigated against Bacillus subtilis, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiella pneumonia, Escherichia coli, Aspergillus niger, and Aspergillus flavus using a disc diffusion method. The AgNps showed potential activity against all of the bacterial strains and fungal colonies, indicating that R. nasutus has the potential to be used in the development of value-added products in the

  4. Clinical biomarkers and molecular basis for optimized treatment of diabetic retinopathy: current status and future prospects

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    Full Text Available Rohit Saxena,1 Digvijay Singh,2 Ravi Saklani,3 Suresh Kumar Gupta,31Dr Rajendra Prasad Centre for Ophthalmic Sciences, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, 2Division of Ophthalmology, Medanta-The Medicity, Gurgaon, 3Ocular Pharmacology Laboratory, Delhi Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research, New Delhi, India Abstract: Diabetic retinopathy is a highly specific microvascular complication of diabetes and a leading cause of blindness worldwide. It is triggered by hyperglycemia which causes increased oxidative stress leading to an adaptive inflammatory assault to the neuroretinal tissue and microvasculature. Prolonged hyperglycemia causes increased polyol pathway flux, increased formation of advanced glycation end-products, abnormal activation of signaling cascades such as activation of protein kinase C (PKC pathway, increased hexosamine pathway flux, and peripheral nerve damage. All these changes lead to increased oxidative stress and inflammatory assault to the retina resulting in structural and functional changes. In addition, neuroretinal alterations affect diabetes progression. The most effective way to manage diabetic retinopathy is by primary prevention such as hyperglycemia control. While the current mainstay for the management of severe and proliferative diabetic retinopathy is laser photocoagulation, its role is diminishing with the development of newer drugs including corticosteroids, antioxidants, and antiangiogenic and anti-VEGF agents which work as an adjunct to laser therapy or independently. The current pharmacotherapy of diabetic retinopathy is incomplete as a sole treatment option in view of limited efficacy and short-term effect. There is a definite clinical need to develop new pharmacological therapies for diabetic retinopathy, particularly ones which would be effective through the oral route and help recover lost vision. The increasing understanding of the mechanisms of diabetic retinopathy and its

  5. Mechanical characteristics of Fe-based coating obtained by nanoindentation

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    Li Huayi; Li Guolu; Wang Haidou; Xu Binshi

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    Research highlights: → AFM combined with O and P method was put forward to investigate materials of pile-up. → Properties obtained by G and S and new proposed methods showed the same distribution. → Both hardness and elastic modulus showed certain surface roughness dependence. → Elastic modulus obtained by AFM combined with O and P method was insensitive to RMS. - Abstract: In this study, clad layers of iron-based alloy with a nature of self-fluxing were melted on low carbon steel by plasma cladding process. Nanoindentation with atomic force microscopy (AFM) has been used to investigate the mechanical properties of the coating. Hardness and elastic modulus at ultra-low loads were first determined using the method proposed by Giannakopoulos and Suresh (G and S method). The true contact area and mechanical properties were then determined using atomic force microscopy (AFM) combined with the Oliver and Pharr method (new proposed method) as the correction group. The mechanical properties calculated by the two methods showed the same distribution while had deviation in specific values. The effect of surface roughness to the calculated mechanical properties was investigated. Both hardness and elastic modulus were found to exhibit certain surface roughness dependence. When root mean square (RMS) roughness ranged from 2.2 nm to 4.4 nm, hardness calculated by both the methods increased obviously and reached maximums around 4.1 nm. Elastic modulus calculated by G and S method at different RMS showed the same distribution with that of hardness, while reduced elastic modulus obtained by AFM was insensitive to the range of RMS.

  6. Synthesis of PLGA nanoparticles of tea polyphenols and their strong in vivo protective effect against chemically induced DNA damage

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    Srivastava AK

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    Full Text Available Amit Kumar Srivastava,1 Priyanka Bhatnagar,2 Madhulika Singh,1 Sanjay Mishra,1 Pradeep Kumar,2 Yogeshwer Shukla,1 Kailash Chand Gupta1,2 1Proteomics Laboratory, Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (CSIR, Lucknow, India; 2Nucleic Acid Research Laboratory, Institute of Genomics and Integrative Biology (CSIR, Delhi University Campus, India Abstract: In spite of proficient results of several phytochemicals in preclinical settings, the conversion rate from bench to bedside is not very encouraging. Many reasons are attributed to this limited success, including inefficient systemic delivery and bioavailability under in vivo conditions. To achieve improved efficacy, polyphenolic constituents of black (theaflavin [TF] and green (epigallocatechin-3-gallate [EGCG] tea in poly(lactide-co-glycolide nanoparticles (PLGA-NPs were entrapped with entrapment efficacy of ~18% and 26%, respectively. Further, their preventive potential against 7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene (DMBA-induced DNA damage in mouse skin using DNA alkaline unwinding assay was evaluated. Pretreatment (topically of mouse skin with either TF or EGCG (100 µg/mouse doses exhibits protection of 45.34% and 28.32%, respectively, against DMBA-induced DNA damage. However, pretreatment with TF-loaded PLGA-NPs protects against DNA damage 64.41% by 1/20th dose of bulk, 71.79% by 1/10th dose of bulk, and 72.46% by 1/5th dose of bulk. Similarly, 51.28% (1/20th of bulk, 57.63% (1/10th of bulk, and 63.14% (1/5th of bulk prevention was noted using EGCG-loaded PLGA-NP doses. These results showed that tea polyphenol-loaded PLGA-NPs have ~30-fold dose-advantage than bulk TF or EGCG doses. Additionally, TF- or EGCG-loaded PLGA-NPs showed significant potential for induction of DNA repair genes (XRCC1, XRCC3, and ERCC3 and suppression of DNA damage responsive genes (p53, p21, MDM2, GADD45α, and COX-2 as compared with respective bulk TF or EGCG doses. Taken together, TF- or EGCG-loaded PLGA-NPs showed a superior

  7. Practical Field Survey Approach with Handle Device for Lead Contamination Assessment in Kabwe, Zambia

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    Nakamura, S.; Hirose, K.; Takeda, T.; Uchida, Y.; Nakata, H.; Nakayama, S.; Ishizuka, M.; Yabe, J.; Ito, M.; Igarashi, T.

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    International joint research project for assessing lead soil contamination in Kabwe, Zambia was started by Zambian and Japanese scientists in 2008. Various scientific data and results have been obtained up to now. Data sharing among researchers and government officials is necessary for understanding current situation of lead contamination in Kabwe comprehensively. As lead contamination affects on local communities seriously, local community participation is important to solve the environmental issue in near future. This study, therefore, aims to develop GIS Data Integration System (GDIS as followed) consisted of GIS Data Sharing System (GDSS as followed) as web-GIS, FIELDNAUT as Android App for field survey and opensource SNS instance named Mastodon. GDIS will provide local communities to participate easily and support researchers to collect and understand about everyday situation and visualize lead contamination status in Kabwe, Zambia. GDIS is developed with opensource programs. GDSS was simply designed and developed on one desktop PC (Hirose et al., 2015) although common web-GIS requires many servers (Suresh et al., 2015). FIELDNAUT was developed in 2016. FIELDNAUT provides researchers plotting their locations on satellite images and thematic maps, filming and texting with their locations, and compiling and sharing data through GDSS. Mastodon will be used as a new FIELDNAUT communication function between local communities and researchers. It is an independent SNS instance, and the closed and secure communication system will be able to be developed. With this function, local communities will share photos and texts about their daily lives and situation around Kabwe by FIELDNAUT, and those data will be collected into GDSS. Researchers provide their results as hazard maps to local communities through FIELDNAUT. GDIS consisted of GDSS, FIELDNAUT and Mastodon encourages local community participation and let local communities be interested in their environmental issues

  8. Current perspectives on neonatal hypoglycemia, its management, and cerebral injury risk

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    Chandran S

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    Full Text Available Suresh Chandran,1–4 Victor Samuel Rajadurai,1–3 Abdul Alim Abdul Haium,1–3 Khalid Hussain5,6 1Department of Neonatology, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore; 2Duke-NUS Graduate School of Medicine, Singapore; 3Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Singapore; 4Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore; 5Department of Paediatric Endocrinology, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, NHS Foundation Trust, London, 6The Institute of Child Health, University College London, London, UK Abstract: Glucose is an essential substrate for mammalian cells; in particular, the brain needs glucose continuously as a primary source of energy. Hypoglycemia is the most common biochemical finding in the neonatal period. However, despite the common occurrence, there is still controversy on the definition of hypoglycemia in the newborn period. This has led to the development of guidelines designed to identify infants “at-risk” and the implementation of an “operational threshold” for physicians to consider intervention. In healthy term infants, the optimal hormonal and metabolic adaptations during the immediate neonatal period ensure an adequate energy substrate for the vital organs, whereas the abnormal glucose homeostasis observed in preterm and growth-retarded infants is multifactorial in origin. For these high-risk infants, it is important to identify, screen, and prevent significant hypoglycemia. Detailed investigations are warranted in infants with severe and persistent hypoglycemia. Neonatal hypoglycemia is a major cause of brain injury. The speculated mechanisms of cellular injury include excitatory neurotoxins active at N-methyl-D-aspartate receptors, increased mitochondrial free radical generation with initiation of apoptosis and altered cerebral energetic characteristics. This hypoglycemic brain injury predominantly affects parieto-occipital regions causing

  9. Categorical improvements in disease severity in patients with major depressive disorder treated with vilazodone: post hoc analysis of four randomized, placebo-controlled trials

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    Durgam S

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Suresh Durgam,1 Changzheng Chen,1 Carl P Gommoll,1 John Edwards,1 Leslie Citrome2 1Allergan, Jersey City, NJ, USA; 2Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College, Valhalla, NY, USA Background: In three 8-week studies of vilazodone 40 mg/d (NCT00285376, NCT00683592, and NCT01473394 and a 10-week study of vilazodone 20 or 40 mg/d (NCT01473381, adults with major depressive disorder (MDD showed significantly greater improvement with vilazodone versus placebo in global disease severity as measured by mean change from baseline in Clinical Global Impression of Severity (CGI-S score. To assess the proportion of patients achieving clinically meaningful improvement, a post hoc pooled analysis was conducted using categorical shifts in disease severity based on CGI-S scores at baseline and end of treatment (EOT. Methods: Analyses were conducted in the pooled intent-to-treat population (N=2,218. Definitions of categorical shifts included CGI-S ≥4 (moderately ill or worse at baseline to CGI-S ≤2 (normal or borderline ill at EOT; CGI-S ≥5 (markedly ill or worse at baseline to CGI-S ≤2 at EOT; and CGI-S ≥6 (severely ill or worse at baseline to CGI-S ≤3 (mildly ill or better at EOT. Results: At baseline, 2,217 patients were moderately ill or worse. The percentage who improved to normal or borderline ill was significantly higher with vilazodone than with placebo (40.0% versus 27.8%; odds ratio [OR] =1.7, P<0.001; number needed to treat [NNT] =9. In the 979 patients who were markedly ill or worse at baseline, the percentage who improved to normal or borderline ill was significantly higher with vilazodone than with placebo (36.8% versus 25.5%; OR =1.7, P<0.001; NNT =9. The small number of severely ill patients at baseline (n =43 provided inadequate power to detect statistically significant between-group differences, but an NNT =5 was found for improvement to mildly ill or better. Conclusion: Categorical shift analyses

  10. What factors influence UK medical students’ choice of foundation school?

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    Full Text Available Saiful Miah,1,2 Karl H Pang,3 Wayne Rebello,4 Zoe Rubakumar,4 Victoria Fung,5 Suresh Venugopal,6 Hena Begum4 1Division of Surgery and Interventional science, University College London, London, UK; 2Department of Urology, Charing Cross Hospital Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, London, UK; 3Academic Urology Unit, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK; 4Medical School, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK; 5Department of Plastic Surgery, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, UK; 6Department of Urology, Chesterfield Royal Infirmary, Chesterfield, UK Background: We aimed to identify the factors influencing UK medical student applicants’ choice of foundation school. We also explored the factors that doctors currently approaching the end of their 2-year program believe should be considered. Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted during the 2013–2014 academic year. An online questionnaire was distributed to 2092 final-year medical students from nine UK medical schools and 84 foundation year-2 (FY2 doctors from eight foundation schools. Participants were asked to rank their top 3 from a list of 12 factors that could potentially influence choice of foundation school on a 5-point Likert scale. Collated categorical data from the two groups were compared using a chi-square test with Yates correction. Results: Geographic location was overwhelmingly the most important factor for medical students and FY2 doctors with 97.2% and 98.8% in agreement, respectively. Social relationships played a pivotal role for medical student applicants. Clinical specialties within the rotations were of less importance to medical students, in comparison to location and social relationships. In contrast, FY2 doctors placed a significantly greater importance on the specialties undertaken in their 2-year training program, when compared to medical students (chi-square; p=0.0001. Conclusion: UK medical schools should make their foundation program applicants aware

  11. Hydrogen sulfide and sodium nitroprusside compete to activate/deactivate MMPs in bone tissue homogenates

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    Full Text Available Thomas P Vacek, Natia Qipshidze, Suresh C Tyagi Department of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Louisville School of Medicine, Louisville, KY, USA Background: Bone microvascular remodeling is the primary predictor of bone structure and function. Remodeling by its very nature implies synthesis and degradation of the extracellular matrix. Normally, 50% of total protein in the vessel wall is elastin. During remodeling, elastin is degraded by specialized matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs. Because the turnover of elastin is 1000-fold slower than that of collagen, most of the elastin is replaced by stiffer collagen. Stiffer vessels impose pressure on the aortic valve, causing regurgitation and increased pulse pressure. On the other hand, high MMP activity will cause vascular dilatation, leading to aneurysm. Therefore, balanced constitutive remodeling is necessary for adequate bone structure and function. Interestingly, collagen-degrading MMPs are involved in various pathological conditions, including osteoporosis, osteoarthritis, and cardiovascular disease. Sodium nitroprusside is a nitric oxide donor that could potentially alter MMP activity via vasodilation in vivo, but can also produce peroxynitrite, which activates MMPs by combining with superoxide. Moreover, hydrogen sulfide is a known antioxidant as well as a vasodilator, and is also speculated to contribute directly to MMP activity. We hypothesized that hydrogen sulfide reduced activity of MMP in ex vivo bone tissue homogenates and that sodium nitroprusside would increase MMP activity in vitro. Methods: We surgically removed the tibia and femur from anesthetized mice, and prepared bone tissue homogenates using a mortar and pestle, measured the protein concentration with a spectrophotometer, and detected MMP activity using gelatin gel zymography. Results: Our data showed increased MMP activity at a sodium nitroprusside concentration of 1 µM, and MMP activity increased exponentially. There

  12. COPD management costs according to the frequency of COPD exacerbations in UK primary care

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    Punekar YS

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    Full Text Available Yogesh Suresh Punekar,1 Amit Shukla,2 Hana Müllerova31Global Health Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, Uxbridge, UK; 2Worldwide Epidemiology, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, Upper Providence, PA, USA; 3Worldwide Epidemiology, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, Uxbridge, UKBackground: The economic burden of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD exacerbations is significant, but the impact of other sources on the overall cost of COPD management is largely unknown. We aimed to estimate overall costs for patients experiencing none, one, or two or more exacerbations per year in the UK.Methods: A retrospective cohort of prevalent COPD patients was identified in the Clinical Practice Research Datalink UK database. Patients with information recorded for at least 12 months before and after cohort entry date were included (first prevalent COPD diagnosis confirmed by spirometry on/after April 1, 2009. Patients were categorized as having none, one, or two or more moderate-to-severe COPD exacerbations in the 12 months after cohort entry and further classified by the Global initiative for chronic Obstructive Lung Disease (GOLD category of airflow obstruction and the Medical Research Council dyspnea scale. Study outcomes included counts of general practitioner interactions, moderate-severe COPD exacerbations, and non-COPD hospitalizations. Estimated resource use costs were calculated using National Health Service reference costs for 2010–2011.Results: The cohort comprised 58,589 patients (mean age 69.5 years, mean dyspnea grade 2.5, females 46.6%, current smokers 33.1%. The average total annual per patient cost of COPD management, excluding medications, was £2,108 for all patients and £1,523, £2,405, and £3,396 for patients experiencing no, one, or two or more moderate-to-severe exacerbations, respectively. General practitioner interactions contributed most to these annual costs, accounting for £1,062 (69.7%, £1,313 (54.6%, and £1,592 (46.9% in patients with no, one, or

  13. Characterizing sexual function in patients with generalized anxiety disorder: a pooled analysis of three vilazodone studies

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    Clayton AH

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    Full Text Available Anita H Clayton,1 Suresh Durgam,2 Xiongwen Tang,2 Changzheng Chen,2 Adam Ruth,3 Carl Gommoll2 1Department of Psychiatry and Neurobehavioral Sciences, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA, 2Forest Research Institute, Jersey City, NJ, 3Prescott Medical Communications Group, Chicago, IL, USA Background: Vilazodone has been shown to reduce core symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD in three randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. Since sexual dysfunction (SD is not well characterized in GAD, a post hoc analysis of these trials was conducted to evaluate the effects of vilazodone on sexual functioning in GAD patients. Materials and methods: Data were pooled from one fixed-dose trial of vilazodone 20 and 40 mg/day (NCT01629966 and two flexible-dose studies of vilazodone 20–40 mg/day (NCT01766401, NCT01844115 in adults with GAD. Sexual functioning was assessed using the Changes in Sexual Functioning Questionnaire (CSFQ. Outcomes included mean change from baseline to end of treatment (EOT in CSFQ total score and percentage of patients shifting from SD at baseline (CSFQ total score ≤47 for males, ≤41 for females to normal functioning at EOT. Treatment-emergent adverse events related to sexual functioning were also analyzed. Results: A total of 1,373 patients were included in the analyses. SD at baseline was more common in females (placebo, 46.4%; vilazodone, 49% than in males (placebo, 35.1%; vilazodone, 40.9%. CSFQ total score improvement was found in both females (placebo, +1.2; vilazodone, +1.6 and males (placebo, +2.1; vilazodone, +1.0, with no statistically significant differences between treatment groups. The percentage of patients who shifted from SD at baseline to normal sexual functioning at EOT was higher in males (placebo, 40.6%; vilazodone, 35.7% than in females (placebo, 24.9%; vilazodone, 34.9%; no statistical testing was performed. Except for erectile dysfunction and delayed ejaculation in vilazodone

  14. Book Reviews

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    . x + 406 pp. -Jerome Teelucksingh, O. Nigel Bolland, The politics of labour in the British Caribbean: The social origins of authoritarianism and democracy in the labour movement. Kingston: Ian Randle; Princeton NJ: Marcus Weiner, 2001. xxii + 720 pp. -Jay R. Mandle, Randolph B. Persaud, Counter-Hegemony and foreign policy: The dialectics of marginalized and global forces in Jamaica. Albany: State University of New York Press, 2001. xviii + 248 pp. -Patrick Bellegarde-Smith, Mary A. Renda, Taking Haiti: Military occupation and the culture of U.S. imperialism, 1915-1940. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2001. xvi + 414 pp. -James W. St. G. Walker, Maureen G. Elgersman, Unyielding spirits: Black women and slavery in early Canada and Jamaica. New York: Garland, 1999. xvii + 188 pp. -Madhavi Kale, David Hollett, Passage from India to El Dorado: Guyana and the great migration. Madison NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1999. 325 pp. -Karen S. Dhanda, Linda Peake ,Gender, ethnicity and place: Women and identities in Guyana. London: Routledge, 1999. xii + 228 pp., D. Alissa Trotz (eds -Karen S. Dhanda, Moses Nagamootoo, Hendree's cure: Scenes from Madrasi life in a new world. Leeds, UK: Peepal Tree, 2000. 149 pp. -Stephen D. Glazier, Hemchand Gossai ,Religion, culture, and tradition in the Caribbean., Nathaniel Samuel Murrell (eds -Michiel van Kempen, A. James Arnold, A history of literature in the Caribbean. Volume 2: English- and Dutch- speaking regions. (Vera M. Kuzinski & Ineke Phaf-Rheinberger, sub-eds..Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2001. ix + 672 pp. -Frank Birbalsingh, Bruce King, Derek Walcott: A Caribbean life. New York: Oxford University Press, 2000. ix + 714 pp. -Frank Birbalsingh, Paula Burnett, Derek Walcott: Politics and poetics. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2001. xiii + 380 pp. -Jeanne Garane, Micheline Rice-Maximin, Karukéra: Présence littéraire de la Guadeloupe. New York: Peter Lang, 1998. x + 197 pp. -Jeanne

  15. The HyMeX Special Observation Period in Central Italy: Precipitation Measurements, Retrieval Techniques and Preliminary Results

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    Gatlin, Patrick; Wingo, Matt; Petersen, Walt; Marzano, Frank Silvio; Baldini, Luca; Picciotti, Errico; Colantonio, Matteo; Barbieri, Stefano; Di Fabio, Saverio; Montopoli, Mario; hide

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    was covered by a uniquely dense meteorological instrumentation thanks to a synergy between Italian institutions and NASA-GSFC. The following RADARs were operated: a Doppler single-polarization C-band radar located at Mt Midia; the Polar 55C Doppler dual-polarization C-band radar located in Rome; a Doppler C-hand polarimetric radar located at Il Monte (Abnazo); a polarimetric X-band mini-radar in L' Aquila; a polarimetric X-hand portable mini-radar in Rome; a single-polarization X-band mini-radar in Rome. DISDROMETERs were also deployed: 4 Parsivel optical disdrometers in Rome (at Sapienza, CNR-ISAC and CNR-INSEAN); 1 2D-video disdrometer in Rome; 3 Parsivels optical disdrometer respectively in L'Aquila (Abnazo), Avezzano (Abruzzo) and Pescara (Abnazo). Other INSTRUMENTS were available: 1 K-band vertically-pointing micro rain-radar (MRR), 2 Pludix X-band disdrometers, 1 VLF lightning sensor, 1 microwave radiometer at 23-31 GHz in Rome (at Sapienza); the raingauge network with more than 200 stations in Central Italy. Three overpasses in CI were also performed by the Falcon 20 aircraft equipped with the 950Hz cloud radar RASTA Analysis of the SOP1.1 main events in CI will be described by focusing on the raindrop size distribution statistics and its geographical variability. Intercomparison of rainfall estimates from disdrometers, raingauges and radars will be illustrated with the aim to provide a quality-controlled and physically consistent rainfall dataset for meteorological modeling validation and assimilation purposes.

  16. Comparative efficacy of combination bronchodilator therapies in COPD: a network meta-analysis

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    Huisman EL

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    Full Text Available Eline L Huisman,1 Sarah M Cockle,2 Afisi S Ismaila,3,4 Andreas Karabis,1 Yogesh Suresh Punekar2 1Mapi Group, Real World Strategy and Analytics and Strategic Market Access, Houten, the Netherlands; 2Value Evidence and Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline, Uxbridge, UK; 3Value Evidence and Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline R&D, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA; 4Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada Background: Several new fixed-dose combination bronchodilators have been recently launched, and assessing their efficacy relative to each other, and with open dual combinations is desirable. This network meta-analysis (NMA assessed the efficacy of umeclidinium and vilanterol (UMEC/VI with that of available dual bronchodilators in single/separate inhalers. Methods: A systematic literature review identified randomized controlled trials of ≥10 weeks among chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients (≥40 years, assessing the efficacy of combination bronchodilators in single or separate inhalers. Comparative assessment was conducted on change from baseline in trough forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1, St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire (SGRQ total scores, transitional dyspnea index (TDI focal scores, and rescue medication use at 12 weeks and 24 weeks using an NMA within a Bayesian framework. Results: A systematic literature review identified 77 articles of 26 trials comparing UMEC/VI, indacaterol/glycopyrronium (QVA149, formoterol plus tiotropium (TIO 18 µg, salmeterol plus TIO, or indacaterol plus TIO, with TIO and placebo as common comparators at 12 weeks and approximately 24 weeks. The NMA showed that at 24 weeks, efficacy of UMEC/VI was not significantly different compared with QVA149 on trough FEV1 (14.1 mL [95% credible interval: -14.2, 42.3], SGRQ total score (0.18 [-1.28, 1.63], TDI focal score (-0.30 [-0.73, 0.13], and rescue medication use (0.02 [-0.27, 0.32]; compared with salmeterol plus

  17. Digital Support Interventions for the Self-Management of Low Back Pain: A Systematic Review.

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    Nicholl, Barbara I; Sandal, Louise F; Stochkendahl, Mette J; McCallum, Marianne; Suresh, Nithya; Vasseljen, Ottar; Hartvigsen, Jan; Mork, Paul J; Kjaer, Per; Søgaard, Karen; Mair, Frances S

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    -1343 participants per study) and varied considerably in the nature and delivery of the interventions, the duration/definition of LBP, the outcomes measured, and the effectiveness of the interventions. Participants were generally white, middle aged, and in 5 of 6 RCT reports, the majority were female and most reported educational level as time at college or higher. Only one study reported between-group differences in favor of the digital intervention. There was considerable variation in the extent of reporting the characteristics, components, and theories underpinning each intervention. None of the studies showed evidence of harm. The literature is extremely heterogeneous, making it difficult to understand what might work best, for whom, and in what circumstances. Participants were predominantly female, white, well educated, and middle aged, and thus the wider applicability of digital self-management interventions remains uncertain. No information on cost-effectiveness was reported. The evidence base for interactive digital interventions to support patient self-management of LBP remains weak. ©Barbara I Nicholl, Louise F Sandal, Mette J Stochkendahl, Marianne McCallum, Nithya Suresh, Ottar Vasseljen, Jan Hartvigsen, Paul J Mork, Per Kjaer, Karen Søgaard, Frances S Mair. Originally published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research (http://www.jmir.org), 21.05.2017.

  18. Q Conversion Factor Models for Estimating Precipitable Water Vapor for Turkey

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    Deniz, Ilke; Mekik, Cetin; Gurbuz, Gokhan

    2015-04-01

    Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) have recently proved to be one of the crucial tools for determining continuous and precise precipitable water vapor (GNSS-MET networks). GNSS, especially CORS networks such as CORS-TR (the Turkish Network-RTK), provide high temporal and spatial accuracy for the wet tropospheric zenith delays which are then converted to the precipitable water vapor due to the fact that they can operate in all weather conditions continuously and economically. The accuracy of wet tropospheric zenith delay highly depends on the accuracy of precipitable water vapor content in the troposphere. Therefore, the precipitable water vapor is an important element of the tropospheric zenith delay. A number of studies can be found in the literature on the determination of the precipitable water vapor from the tropospheric zenith delay. Studies of Hogg showed that when the precipitable water vapor is known, the tropospheric zenith delay can be computed. Askne and Nodius have developed fundamental equations between the wet tropospheric zenith delay and the precipitable water vapor from the equation of the index of refraction in the troposphere. Furthermore, Bevis have developed a linear regression model to determine the weighted mean temperature (Tm) depending on the surface temperature (Ts) in Askne and Nodius studies. For this reason, nearly 9000 radiosonde profiles in USA were analyzed and the coefficients calculated. Similarly, there are other studies on the calculation of those coefficients for different regions: Solbrig for Germany, Liou for Taiwan, Jihyun for South Korea, Dongseob for North Korea, Suresh Raju for India, Boutiouta and Lahcene for Algeria, Bokoye for Canada, Baltink for Netherlands and Baltic, Bock for Africa. It is stated that the weighted mean temperature can be found with a root mean square error of ±2-5 K. In addition, there are studies on the calculation of the coefficients globally. Another model for the determination of

  19. Comparative efficacy of long-acting muscarinic antagonist monotherapies in COPD: a systematic review and network meta-analysis

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    Ismaila AS

    2015-11-01

    Full Text Available Afisi Segun Ismaila,1,2 Eline L Huisman,3 Yogesh Suresh Punekar,4 Andreas Karabis31Value Evidence and Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline, Research Triangle Park, NC, USA; 2Clinical Epidemiology and Biostatistics, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; 3Real World Strategy and Analytics, Mapi Group, Houten, the Netherlands; 4Value Evidence and Outcomes, GlaxoSmithKline, Uxbridge, UKBackground: Randomized, controlled trials comparing long-acting muscarinic antagonist (LAMA efficacy in COPD are limited. This network meta-analysis (NMA assessed the relative efficacy of tiotropium 18 µg once-daily (OD and newer agents (aclidinium 400 µg twice-daily, glycopyrronium 50 µg OD, and umeclidinium 62.5 µg OD.Methods: A systematic literature review identified randomized, controlled trials of adult COPD patients receiving LAMAs. A NMA within a Bayesian framework examined change from baseline in trough forced expiratory volume in 1 second (FEV1, transitional dyspnea index focal score, St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire score, and rescue medication use.Results: Twenty-four studies (n=21,311 compared LAMAs with placebo/each other. Aclidinium, glycopyrronium, tiotropium, and umeclidinium, respectively, demonstrated favorable results versus placebo, for change from baseline (95% credible interval in 12-week trough FEV1 (primary endpoint: 101.40 mL [77.06–125.60]; 117.20 mL [104.50–129.90]; 114.10 mL [103.10–125.20]; 136.70 mL [104.20–169.20]; 24-week trough FEV1 (128.10 mL [84.10–172.00]; 135.80 mL [123.10–148.30]; 106.40 mL [95.45–117.30]; 115.00 mL [74.51–155.30]; 24-week St George’s Respiratory Questionnaire score (-4.60 [-6.76 to -2.54]; -3.14 [-3.83 to -2.45]; -2.43 [-2.92 to -1.93]; -4.69 [-7.05 to -2.31]; 24-week transitional dyspnea index score (1.00 [0.41–1.59]; 1.01 [0.79–1.22]; 0.82 [0.62–1.02]; 1.00 [0.49–1.51]; and 24-week rescue medication use (data not available; -0.41 puffs/day [-0.62 to -0.20]; -0.52 puffs/day [-0

  20. Studying and optimizing the biodiesel production from mastic oil aided by ultrasonic using response surface method

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    interface. Increasing the ratio of ultrasonic working time to its idling time caused to an increase in the conversion percent. Because the treating time of the samples by ultrasound in limit time durations is increased, while this increase becomes lower at higher ratios. This is due to the fact that the initial vibrative shock acted on the samples after ultrasonic restarting, finds an identical effect with uniform wave. However, the idling phase of ultrasound caused a decrease in the amount of consumed energy. Similar results have been reported by Chand et al. (2010 for the effect of pulse on conversion percent of methyl ester. Trend of reaction time and molar ratio were different with trend of amplitude and molar ratio on methyl ester content so that they were divided to two sections. It should be mentioned that the increase in biodiesel yield because of molar ratio has some limitations. If the ratio is increased more than a certain extent, biodiesel conversion percent will decrease. The main reason for this result can be related to the amount of methanol increase in the mixture, which leads to more dissolution of glycerin and alcohol in biodiesel which considerably influences its purity. Optimization was carried out based on Response Surface Methodology (RSM using Design Experts software. The obtained results from optimization were as follow: 5.45 molar ratio, 0.89 amplitude, 0.71 pulse and 5.99 minutes of time. The conversion percentage obtained as 94.96. It is worthy to note that the experiment was iterated at suggested point by the optimization software and the conversion percent was 94.02. As well as 34792.37 J at the obtained point to be acceptable (1% difference from the model. Conclusions The increase in the ultrasound amplitude resulted in an increase in the conversion percentage which tends to ascend. Also, the increase of reaction time by 5 to 7 minutes increased the conversion percentage, following which is the descend trend. The obtained results from

  1. An Assessment of Molten Metal Detachment Hazards During Electron Beam Welding in the Space Shuttle Bay at LEO for the International Space Welding Experiment

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    Fragomeni, James M.

    1996-01-01

    possible causes such as welder procedural error, externally applied impulsive forces(s), filler wire entrainment and snap-out, cutting expulsion, and puddle expulsion. Molten metal detachment from either the weld/cut substrate or weld wire could present harm to a astronaut in the space environment it the detachment was ti burn through the fabric of the astronaut Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMC). In this paper an experimental test was performed in a 4 ft. x 4 ft. vacuum chamber at MSFC enabling protective garment to be exposed to the molten metal drop detachments to over 12 inches. The chamber was evacuated to vacuum levels of at least 1 x 10(exp -5) torr (50 micro-torr) during operation of the 1.0 kW Universal Hand Tool (UHT). The UHT was manually operated at the power mode appropriate for each material and thickness. The space suit protective welding garment, made of Teflon fabric (10 oz. per yard) with a plain weave, was placed on the floor of the vacuum chamber to catch the molten metal drop detachments. A pendulum release mechanism consisting of four hammers, each weighing approximately 3.65 lbs, was used to apply an impact forces to the weld sample/plate during both the electron beam welding and cutting exercises. Measurements were made of the horizontal fling distances of the detached molten metal drops. The volume of a molten metal drop can also be estimated from the size of the cut. Utilizing equations, calculations were made to determine chande in surafec area (Delat a(surface)) for 304 stainless steel for cutting based on measurements of metal drop sizes at the cut edges. For the cut sample of 304 stainless steel based on measurement of the drop size at the edge, Delta-a(surface) was determined to be 0.0054 2 in . Calculations have indicated only a small amount of energy is required to detach a liquid metal drop. For example, approximately only 0.000005 ft-lb of energy is necessary to detach a liquid metal steel drop based on the above theoretical analysis

  2. World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council: A report on the 5th International Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Colloquium and the Final Planning Meeting of the World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council held at Santiago, Chile, 29 September, 2002

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    Turner, J.V.

    2003-01-01

    -stenosis of coronary arteries following balloon angioplasty was presented by Achim Kropp of Dresden, Amalia Peix of Havana, and June-Key Chung from Seoul who also reported encouraging radiation synovectomy results. Hans Biersack described preliminary studies from Bonn with 188Re MAG3 RC-160 and 188Re-DOTATOC radiopeptides and the potential clinical applications of other 188Re radiopharmaceuticals for radiopeptide therapy and radioimmunotherapy were contemplated, given the daily on-site supply of radionuclide from the 188W/188Re generator. The Final Planning Meeting of the World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council, chaired by Harvey Turner, was held during the last session of the Colloquium and discussion was facilitated by a panel of members of the International Task Force of the Council comprising Horacio Amaral, Suresh Srivastava and Alan Perkins. A Preliminary Draft Charter of the World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council had been prepared by the Task Force with notable contributions from Sandy McEwan and Chaitanya Divgi and had been circulated to all attendees of the Foundation Planning Meeting of the Council held during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Society of Nuclear Medicine, June 2001 in Toronto. This draft document was presented for detailed discussion at the Final Planning Meeting in Chile and embodied the principles of global cooperation in therapeutic nuclear medicine outlined in the first issue of the Journal. A Consensus Draft Charter subsequently prepared by the International Task Force was then submitted to the Assembly of Delegates of the World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology on 1st October 2002. The proposal that the World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council become an affiliated body of the World Federation of Nuclear Medicine and Biology was adopted without dissent, having been proposed by the President, Horacio Amaral and supported by the Incoming President, Myung Chul Lee. The World Radiopharmaceutical Therapy Council will become an

  3. From the Editor

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    Ugur demiray

    2008-04-01

    NEHME, Prince Mohammad University, Al Khobar, SAUDI ARABIA. This paper directed to faculty members who are already teaching synchronously online or who would like to start teaching synchronously online. It provides best practices, ideas, tips and tricks, and insights to foster successful learning experiences online and ways to think about online synchronous teaching differently than as a mere replicate of traditional campus-based instructional activities. There are two book reviews in this issue. The first book is Web-Based Learning: Theory, Research, and Practice, edited by Harold F. O'Neil, Ray S. Perez, within this framework the book addresses several important issues, including: the primacy of learning as a focus for technology; the need to integrate technology with high standards and content expectations; the paucity of and need to support the development of technology-based curriculum and tools; the need to integrate assessment in technology and improve assessment through the use of technology; and the need for theory-driven research and evaluation studies to increase our knowledge and efficacy The second book review is on Access and Equity: Challenges for Open and Distance Learning and edited by H.P. Dikshit, Suresh Garg, Santosh Panda and Vijayshri. New Delhi, Kogan Page India. To address the issue of access and equity from four different, yet related, perspectives—ODL system: imperatives and responses; curriculum, pedagogy and programmes; research, training and quality assurance; and appropriate technology—international scholars met and shared their experiences recently in an international conference hosted by IGNOU. With their long experience in open distance learning, the editors have collated in the present volume, the best practices and experiences of distance educators the world over, for effective social intervention and national development. It is hoped that contemporary and future practitioners of ODL will benefit from the critical analyses of