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Spatial Distribution Of Neuroendocrine Motoneuron Pools In The Hypothalmic Paraventricular Nucleus

Date: 14-07-2011 00:13

The paraventricular nucleus (PVH) is a small bilateral group of neurons in the basal hypothalamus.  PVH is a key brain structure in control of eating, drinking, response to stress, and other goal-oriented behaviors essential for life.  Endocrine function is controlled directly by PVH neurons& ... read full abstract ››

Effect Of The Association Of Magnesium And Ketamine On Morphine Consumption In Bariatric Surgery

Date: 06-07-2011 23:49

Introduction: Obesity is considered a postoperative risk factor for cardiovascular, thromboembolic and respiratory complications. Respiratory morbidity can be worsened by morphine analgesia. Magnesium (Mg) and ketamine (K) are used as additive analgesics. The purpose of the study is to evaluate the effect of association of Mg and K on the morphine consumption ... read full abstract ››

Prasugrel Versus Clopidogrel, Compared Effect In Coronary Patients

Date: 04-07-2011 23:26

L’intérêt du clopidogrel est prouvé surtout dans la double inhibition plaquettaire avec l’aspirine chez les patients souffrant d’un SCA, notamment après angioplastie et pose de stent.  L’association d’une bithérapie antiplaquettaire par aspirine et clopidogrel représente aujourd’hui le gold stand ... read full abstract ››

Dna Methylation In Histoplasma Capsulatum

Date: 19-06-2011 04:02

Histoplasma capsulatum is the causative agent of histoplasmosis, a respiratory disease prevalent in the Mississippi and Ohio River Valleys.  The organism is found as a multicellular mold in soils contaminated with bird or bat excreta (at 25° C).  Conversion to the unicellular parasitic yeast takes place when aerosolized spore ... read full abstract ››

Characterization And Phylogenetic Analysis Of PPARGC1A and PRLR Genes In Buffalo (Bubalis bubalus)

Date: 17-06-2011 07:16

In present scenario more than 40 million household in India at least partially depend on livestock production. Buffaloes are one of the major milk producers in India. PRLR and PPARGC1A genes have been reported to be associated with milk protein and milk fat yields in livestock species. In present study we sequenced (PRLR) and Peroxisome Proliferator Receptor Gamma Coactivator ... read full abstract ››

Farm Management Strategies To Enhance Farm Performance In Mid-hills Of Nepal In The Context Of Climate Change

Date: 16-06-2011 23:20

A multi-level study was carried out to identify and explore resource endowment, ecological and economic performance of different mixed farming systems in Baglung, a mid-hill district in Nepal. In terms of ecological performance, this study focused on farm input resources, Soil Organic Matter-Carbon and Nitrogen dynamics based on the DEED (Describe, Explain, Explore and Design) ... read full abstract ››

Fate Of Particulate And Dissolved Organic Matter In Soil N Mineralization

Date: 16-06-2011 23:09

The transformation of insoluble organic N via particulate and dissolved organic matter (POM and DOM) into inorganic N may represent the bottle neck mechanism in N mineralization. However, it is unknown how POM fractions are related to DOM pools, and how these particulate and dissolved pools are quantitatively involved in N mineralization. To understand and quantify the fate of ... read full abstract ››

Molecular Genetic Diversity of Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) In Northern India And Its Admixture With Domestic Chicken

Date: 11-06-2011 20:48

Genetic diversity, relationship and admixture analysis of Red Junglefowl (Gallus gallus) with domestic chicken i ... read full abstract ››

Molecular modelling and simulation of retroviral proteins and nanobiocomposites

Date: 17-05-2011 15:24

Molecular modelling and simulation are powerful methods in providing important information on different biological systems to elucidate their structural and functional properties, which cannot be determined in experiment. These methods are applied to analyse versatile biological systems: lipid membrane bilayers stabilized by an intercalated single wall carbon nanotube and retr ... read full abstract ››

Small Pharma: A Case Study

Date: 04-05-2011 03:11

The thesis will describe a business model of a small research and development pharmaceutical company, Tice Pharmaceuticals, that was founded in San Jose, California USA in 1995 and moved to the Central Valley of Northern California in 2004.  Examining the types of research and development conducted at the firm in the areas of medical information, biotechnology, non-tradia ... read full abstract ››



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