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International Food Research Journal 23(5): 1953-1959 (2016) Anti-cholinesterase inhibitory activities of different varieties of chili peppers Nantakornsuttanan, N., Thuphairo, K., Kukreja, R.K., Charoenkiatkul, S. and *Suttisansanee, U. Institute of Nutrition, Mahidol University, Phutthamonthon 4 Rd.,Salaya, Phutthamonthon, Received: 1 July 2015
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Volume 57 (8) : August, 2004 Irish Veterinary Journal Right dorsal colitis in the horse: minireview and reports on threecases in Ireland Noreen Galvin,1 Hugh Dillon2 and Frank McGovern2 1 Bohergoy, Maddenstown, The Curragh, Co Kildare, Ireland2 Troytown Equine Hospital, Green Road, Kildare Town, Co Kildare, Ireland Right dorsal colitis (RDC) is an ulcerative inflammatory bowel disorder of the horse that
Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry 14 (2006) 7011–7022 Drug Guru: A computer software program for drug design using medicinal chemistry rules Kent D. Stewart,a,* Melisa Shirodaa and Craig A. Jamesb aAbbott Laboratories, Global Pharmaceuticals Research and Development, Abbott Park, IL 60064, USA bMoonview Consulting, LLC, San Diego, CA, USA Received 27 April 2006; revised 6 June 2006; accepted 8 June 2006
J Child Adolesc Psychopharmacol. 2004 Summer;14(2):255-66. Related Articles, Links Olanzapine in the treatment of aggression and tics in children with Tourette's syndrome--a pilot study. Stephens RJ, Bassel C, Sandor P. Tourette's Syndrome Clinic, Department of Psychiatry, Toronto Western Hospital, University Health Network, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to examine the effects of olanzapine on aggressive behaviour and tic severity in children with Tourette's Syndrome (TS). METHOD: Ten (10) subjects (aged 7-13 years) with a primary diagnosis of TS and a history of aggressive behaviour were treated in a single-blind, 2-week placebo run-in, 8-week treatment phase trial. The starting dose of olanzapine was 1.25-2.5 mg/day and was titrated at biweekly intervals, as tolerated. The mean dosage at the end of the trial was 14.5 mg/day. RESULTS: All 10 subjects completed the study. Olanzapine produced clinically and statistically significant reductions of aggression and tic severity from baseline to trial completion, as measured by the Achenbach Child Behavior Checklist (CBCL) and Yale Global Tic Severity Scale (YGTSS). Weight gain during the treatment period was the most common adverse effect (range 2-20 lbs: group mean 12.0 lbs +/- 5.71). No other significant adverse effects were observed during the 10-week trial. CONCLUSION: The results of this trial confirm clinical observations that olanzapine may be an effective treatment for aggression and tics in children with Tourette's syndrome. Olanzapine was generally well tolerated, although significant weight gain was observed throughout the trial. Publication Types:
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[Antioxidants] Vol. 19 No. 5 Sept/Oct 2014 CoQ10 Quality Quotient By Sandy Almendarez, Editor in Chief Not to be dramatic, but without CoQ10, life would not exist. The body uses coenzyme Q10 (CoQ10) to create the essential energy chemical compound adenosine triphosphate (ATP), which fuels cellular metabolic activity. In the cell, CoQ10's main role is in the mitochondria, where it helps convert fuel (food) into energy for the body to use. CoQ10 is in every cell, but is used most in organs that demand the highest amount of energy, such as the heart, brain and the immune system.1
INDIAN NETWORKFOR PEOPLE LIVINGW I T H H I V / A I D S Barriers to Free Antiretroviral Treatment Access for Men Who have Sex with Men &Transgender Women in Chennai, India Barriers to Free Antiretroviral Treatment Access for Men who have Sex with Men (MSM) and Transgender Women in Chennai, India November 2008 Venkatesan Chakrapani, M.D.¹,Peter A Newman, Ph.D.²,
NON-DIGESTIBLE CARBOHYDRATES AND GLYCAEMIC CONTROL G. Livesey Independent Nutrition Logic Ltd (UK), 21 Bellrope Lane, Wymondham, Norfolk, NR18 OQX, United Kingdom. Tel: +44-1953-60-6689. Fax: +44-1953-60-0218. E-mail: [email protected] ABSTRACT Mechanisms are indicated whereby fibre and polyols could reduce blood glucose and insulin concentrations and so potentially help to reduce the prevalence of diabetes, CHD, and certain cancers. Seven are identified independent of associated substances or antioxidant or lignans. Further, high cereal fibre intake additionally lowers the starch:fibre ratio thus lowering the glycaemic index of total carbohydrate; this may be helped by fiber as cell walls in whole grain causing some starch to be unavailable. It seems that glycaemic index expressed as g equivalents per g available carbohydrate does not account for the full effects of non-digestible carbohydrates on lowering of blood glucose in some circumstances, whereas glycaemic load in units of g glucose equivalents per day (or per unit food) would. Overall, the glycaemic load appears stronger at present than glycaemic index in several circumstances: the epidemiology on development of type-2 diabetes and heart disease when combined from different studies; the epidemiology of HDL, TG, and C-reactive protein; the epidemiology of haemorrhagic stroke; the interventions on body weight in ad-libitum studies; and the interventions on glycated proteins and fasting blood glucose in diabetics. Information appears more consistent than is generally discussed in the literature and appears independent of the concepts of whole grain and reduced energy density. Scope exists for a reduction in glycaemic load by replacing high glycaemic available carbohydrate with either low-glycaemic available carbohydrate or fibre or polyols and this potentially could reduce the prevalence of diabetes and CHD by up to thirty percent.
Current Concepts age of 40 years10 and are increasingly seen in youngchildren.11 Eating disorders are more prevalent inindustrialized societies than in nonindustrialized so-cieties and occur in all socioeconomic classes and major ethnic groups in the United States.12-14 Thedisorders appear to be caused by a combination of ANNE E. BECKER, M.D., PH.D., STEVEN K. GRINSPOON, M.D., ANNE KLIBANSKI, M.D.,
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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY & CHROMATOGRAPHY VOL. 1 ISSUE 1, 2015; 8 – 14; http://ijeec.sbtjournals.com SBT JOURNALS RESEARCH ARTICLE rimidines, which are essential for DNA synthesis and cell multiplication. This leads to the failure of nuclear divi- sion. Several RP-HPLC4,5,6,9-12 , Spectrophotometric meth-ods1-3,7 & HPTLC Methods8 have been reported for simul-
Bull. Hiroshima Inst. Tech. Research Vol.49（2015）27-33 Inhibitory effect of cadmium on competitive nodulation ability of Bradyrhizobium japonicum Takashi OZAWA* and Kenji IJIRI** （Received Oct. 23, 2014） Competitive nodulation abilities of Bradyrhizobium japonicum strains USDA110ET and A1017ET were signiﬁcantly depressed by growing the strains in yeast extract-mannitol broth supplemented with 2 μM CdCl2. Soybean seedlings were co-inoculated with each test strain and its competitor strain 138NR, and the bacteria in nodules formed on 21 days old plant roots were identiﬁed by the antibiotic resistant markers. Cell surface hydrophobicity of each test strain increased by growing the strains with 2 μM CdCl2, though deﬁnite increase in bacterial attachment to plant root surface was hindered by excessive secretion of exopolysaccharides of the strains. Polyacrylamide gel electro-phoresis revealed that growing the test strains in the medium with 2 μM CdCl2 induced the produc-tion of lipopolysaccharides of small molecular sizes. The results in this study suggest that cadmium of low concentration causes the weakening of competitive nodulation ability of rhizobia through in-hibition of the lipopolysaccharide synthesis.
68 PRAXIS a Gesundheit Massenhaft LarvenWurmkuren I Larvale Cyathostominose endet in 50 bis 70 % der Fälle tödlich. Denn diese Krankheit, ausgelöst durch die Larven der kleinen Strongyliden, ist noch wenig bekannt. Eine Wurmkur ausgelassen, sogenannten Auswanderungsver- Weideerkrankung, da die infekti- erklärt der Tierarzt. „Einige Arten
La grippe A / H1N1 Docteur CUVEILLIER - Médecin du travail Docteur SPIDO - Médecin du travail Anne CLARISSON – Infirmière SST La grippe A H1N1 - INF 027 V1 – 23 septembre 2009 La grippe La grippe est une infection respiratoire aigue virale : - Très contagieuse, - Due aux virus influenzae A, B ou C,
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J Nanopart Res (2013) 15:1879DOI 10.1007/s11051-013-1879-8 Improved photodynamic action of nanoparticles loadedwith indium (III) phthalocyanine on MCF-7breast cancer cells Carlos Augusto Zanoni Souto • Kle´sia Pirola Madeira • Daniel Rettori •Mariana Ozello Baratti • Letı´cia Batista Azevedo Rangel • Daniel Razzo •Andre´ Romero da Silva Received: 1 April 2013 / Accepted: 16 July 2013Ó Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 2013
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Iranian Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 2 (1) 54-65 Antibacterial activity, antibiotic susceptibility and probiotic use of lac-tic acid bacteria (LAB) in Persian sturgeon (Acipenser persicus) M Soltani 1, A Shenavar Masouleh 1,2, M Ahmadi 2, M Pourkazemi 1 and A Taherimirghaed 2 1Department of Aquatic Animal Health, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tehran; Center of excel-lence of aquatic animal health, University of Tehran, Iran2International Sturgeon Research Institute, Rasht, Iran
Cottin Respiratory Research 2013, 14(Suppl 1):S5http://respiratory-research.com/content/14/S1/S5 The role of pirfenidone in the treatment ofidiopathic pulmonary fibrosis From AIR: Advancing IPF Research. Working together to translate IPF research into practiceBerlin, Germany. 4-5 November 2011 Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) is a progressive disease, with a median survival time of 2–5 years. The search foreffective treatment has involved numerous clinical trials of investigational agents without significant success.However, in 2011, pirfenidone was the first drug to be approved for the treatment of IPF in Europe. Four keyclinical trials supported the efficacy and tolerability of pirfenidone.In the two recently published Phase III CAPACITY trials evaluating pirfenidone (studies 004 and 006), patients withmild-to-moderate IPF were treated with pirfenidone or placebo. Study 004 and pooled analysis of primaryendpoint data from both studies showed that pirfenidone significantly reduced decline in percent-predicted forcedvital capacity (FVC) compared with placebo (p<0.005). Evidence of beneficial effects of pirfenidone treatment wasalso observed with regard to several secondary endpoints. Pirfenidone was generally well tolerated, with the mostcommon side effects being gastrointestinal and photosensitivity. Data from the RECAP extension phase of theCAPACITY studies, where patients were treated with pirfenidone for up to three years, further support themanageable tolerability profile of pirfenidone. The efficacy data, coupled with long-term safety data, provide furtherevidence of a clinically-meaningful treatment effect with pirfenidone in patients with IPF.
Iran J Radiol. 2014 May; 11(2): e16327. Published online 2014 May 15. The Role of Choice-Lock Catheter and Trocar Technique in Percutaneous Ablation of Symptomatic Renal Cysts Burak Ozkan 1,*; Ali Harman 1; Baris Emiroglu 1; Ilker Arer 1; Cuneyt Aytekin 11Department of Interventional Radiology, School of Medicine, Baskent University, Besevler, Turkey*Corresponding author: Burak Ozkan, Department of Interventional Radiology, School of Medicine, Baskent University, Besevler, Turkey. Tel: +90-5056384753, Fax: +90-3124820575,
Published OnlineFirst July 15, 2014; DOI: 10.1158/1535-7163.MCT-14-0013 Cancer Biology and Signal Transduction Quinacrine Overcomes Resistance to Erlotinib by InhibitingFACT, NF-kB, and Cell-Cycle Progression in Non–Small CellLung Cancer Josephine Kam Tai Dermawan1, Katerina Gurova2, John Pink3, Afshin Dowlati4, Sarmishtha De1,Goutham Narla5, Neelesh Sharma4, and George R. Stark1
Usai T, Tshalibe R. S, Nyamunda B. C / International Journal of Engineering Research and Applications (IJERA) ISSN: 2248-9622 www.ijera.com Vol. 3, Issue 4, Jul-Aug 2013, pp.1768-1771 Prevalence of Lactic Acidosis Syndrome in People Taking Antiretroviral Drugs at a Local Health Centre Usai T1, Tshalibe R. S.1, Nyamunda B. C.2
April 2012 Leading, connecting and Research Review Newsletter defining the active aging Vol. 12, No. 14 industry since 2001 Lifestyle choices and prevention key to healthy aging Recognizing the impact of the world's aging population, the World Health Organization (WHO) chose agingand health as the theme of World Health Day (April 7, 2012). In concert with the theme "Good health addslife to years," the organization released data and recommendations. The overall messages centered onlifestyle, prevention and reinventing aging.
Prevention of Osteoporotic Vertebral Compression Fractures Utilizing SAFE Exercise and the Marti Henshaw, BSc, MSPT What is Osteoporosis? • NIH: "A musculoskeletal disorder with compromised bone strength that predisposes an individual to increased fracture risk. • IOF: "A disease in which the density and quality of bone are reduced." • Literally: "Porous bones."
J CATARACT REFRACT SURG - VOL 31, DECEMBER 2005 Enhancement outcomes after photorefractive keratectomy and laser in situ keratomileusis using topographically guided excimer laser Leopoldo Spadea, MD, Angela Di Gregorio, MD PURPOSE: To evaluate the efficacy and safety of topographically guided excimer laser photoablationto retreat unsuccessful myopic and hyperopic photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) and laser in situ ker-atomileusis (LASIK).
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Informe Final de Evento Cisticercosis Año 2009 INSTITUTONACIONAL D Avances en el conocimiento de la enfermedad CISTICERCOSIS: SITUACION DE LA PARASITOSIS Diana Marcela Walteros Acero MD Referente Nacional de Cisticercosis Grupo Zoonosis Subdirección de Vigilancia y Control INTRODUCCIÓN La cisticercosis es una parasitosis causada por el metacestodo de la Taenia Solium, larva que tiene gran capacidad de invasión de tejidos como el musculo esquelético, Tejido Celular Subcutáneo y Musculo cardiaco. i Sin embargo la localización que genera mayores complicaciones, letalidad y secuelas es en el Sistema Nervioso Central, configurando el cuadro de Neurocisticercosis cuyas manifestaciones clínicas son variadas y dependen de la ubicación y forma de las vesículas parasitarias. En 1993 el grupo internacional de trabajo declara que la Cisticercosis es erradicable, teniendo en cuenta los siguientes criterios: el huésped definitivo es el ser humano y este a su vez es la fuente de infección del cerdo, que es el principal huésped intermediario, en el momento hay tratamiento efectivo para la infección animal y por ultimo no se han encontrado reservorios en animales silvestres. El ser humano es el único huésped definitivo natural de la tenia y el cerdo es el principal huésped intermediario, por tanto la prevalencia de la enfermedad depende de esta relación e interacción. Aunque el humano también es el huésped definitivo de la T. saginata y los bovinos los huéspedes intermediarios, ninguna de las subespecies de la T. saginata produce la infección. ii En el 2002, en Irán se reportan 2 casos de Cisticercosis cerebral y cardiaca en perros, los cuales se podrían constituir en otros huéspedes intermediarios de la enfermedad aparte de los cerdos.iii Dentro de las medidas de control de la enfermedad en los animales se han considerado, entre otras: encorralamiento para evitar el contacto de los cerdos con las larvas de la tenia, alimentación balanceada y adecuada que no incluya desperdicios ni heces humanas, desparasitación de los animales por lo menos 2 meses antes de su sacrificio, control del estado de salud y revisiones frecuentes por profesionales veterinarios, sacrificio en lugares con infraestructura adecuada y con previa verificación de ausencia de quistes en la lengua, sacrificio y desecho de los animales enfermos, refrigeración, transporte y comercialización bajo medidas de higiene y especificaciones adecuadas para la conservación de la carne y vacunación de los animales para prevenir el desarrollo de la enfermedad. Las vacunas disponibles son de diferentes características, unas incluyen el extracto crudo del parasitoiv v, otras incluyen subunidades proteicasvi vii y otras son vacunas de DNAviii ix .
Synergistic effects of noradrenergic modulation with atomoxetine and 10�hz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on motor learning in healthy humans
Sczesny-Kaiser et al. BMC Neuroscience 2014, 15:46http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2202/15/46 Synergistic effects of noradrenergic modulationwith atomoxetine and 10 Hz repetitivetranscranial magnetic stimulation on motorlearning in healthy humans Matthias Sczesny-Kaiser1*†, Alica Bauknecht1†, Oliver Höffken1, Martin Tegenthoff1, Hubert R Dinse2, Dirk Jancke2,Klaus Funke3 and Peter Schwenkreis1
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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( www.ijitcs.com ) Volume 14 Issue No 2, May 2014 ISSN ( online ) : 2091-1610 Study On Implementation And Management Of The Bpl Networks In Islamic Azad Manizheh Safarkhani GarGari Islamic Azad University, Hadishahr Branch, Hadishahr, Iran Elnaz Mousavi GarGari Islamic Azad University, Hadishahr Branch, Hadishahr, Iran
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2014 Fall Newsletter Friends of IWIRC NY, In This Edition Fall is here and along with the seasons, things are changing over at IWIRC NY! It is election time, when half of our board will roll off and make way for new members and fresh ideas. While we are sad to see our parting board members go, we are excited to work with what looks to be an impressive field of candidates!
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ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY AND PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON NICOTIANA PLUMBAGINIFOLIA VIV. K.P. SINGH, V. DABORIYA1, S. KUMAR, S. SINGH2 Nicotiana plumbaginifolia Viv (Solanaceae: Solanales) is a annual or perennial weedy herb that is also known as wild tobacco. Leaves of N. plumbaginifolia Viv. were collected air dried and powdered. Aqueous and methanol extracts were prepared and observed their antibacterial activity on five human pathogenic bacteria. Viz Bacillus cereus, Bacillus fusiformis, Salmonella typhimurium Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa by paper disc diffusion method. The significant results were obtained by aqueous as well as methanolic extracts of leaves against all the tested bacteria. However, the aqueous extract showed strongest activity on Bacillus fusiformis and methanol leaf extract also showed strongest activity on Bacillus fusiformis .The leaves of N.plumbaginifolia were also evaluated for phytochemicals and were found to contain alkaloids, saponin, tannin, flavonoides, cardiac glycosides, phenolic compounds, steroids, terpenoides and carbohydrates.
GASTROENTEROLOGY 2011;140:116 –123 Histomorphometric Analysis Reveals Reduced Bone Mass and BoneFormation in Patients With Quiescent Crohn's Disease ANGELA E. OOSTLANDER,* NATHALIE BRAVENBOER,*,‡ EVELIEN SOHL,* PAULIEN J. HOLZMANN,*CHRISTIEN J. VAN DER WOUDE,§ GERARD DIJKSTRA,储 PIETER C. F. STOKKERS,¶ BAS OLDENBURG,#J. COEN NETELENBOS,* DANIEL W. HOMMES,** AD A. VAN BODEGRAVEN,‡‡ and PAUL LIPS* on behalf of the
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Pre-departure Information Kit Pre-departure Information Kit Pre-departure Information Kit Pre-departure Information Kit 1. What is Idex? We are a leading volunteer travel organization in Rajasthan involved in developing and promoting volunteering opportunities for international visitors to India with the aim to accelerate social development and cultural understanding. We have an extensive global network to facilitate culturally immersive volunteer assignments in the Indian development sector, we have succeeded in mobilizing resources and people from across the world who bring with them knowledge, skills and abilities to contribute productively in the change. Founded in 2000, Idex has come a long way in offering authentic cultural exchanges and an enriching project experience to volunteers from all around the world. We create a safe and organized environment for people of different age groups, diverse cultures and interests to support social work initiatives in India. By training and guiding these international volunteers, we facilitate their contribution to the growth and development in both rural & semi-urban India. By dovetailing tourism and social development through innovative approaches, we hope to bring positive changes in the area of education, care and empowerment.