PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF PLANT RESOURCES HAVING ANTIMICROBIAL PROPERTIES OBTAINED FROM ARAVALI HILLS OF RAJASTHAN, INDIA - TRƯỜNG ĐẠI HỌC Y KHOA VINH

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Phytochemical analysis of plant resources having antimicrobial properties obtained from Aravali Hills of Rajasthan, India

Phytochemical analysis of plant resources having antimicrobial properties obtained from Aravali Hills of Rajasthan, India

Medicinal plants have age long remedies for human diseases because they contain components of curative value. An increasing interest in herbal remedies is observed in several parts of India and many of the herbal remedies are incorporated into traditional medicinal plant practice. In the present study questions related diseases that have been managed traditionally using medicinal plant were asked by sixty respondents. Collected data were analysed. The study reports the plant sources used by rural women to cure the various diseases and phytochemical analysis plant sources used by the women. On the basis of the study it can be concluded that these plant resources may serve as a potential source for wet finish application on the textiles for treatment of skin wounds, antifungal, anti-microbial finish, hence further research should be conducted in order to explore their applications.
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EFFECT OF LAST IRRIGATION SCHEDULING AND FOLIAR SPRAY OF BIO REGULATORS ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) IN CONTEXT TO THE CHANGING ON CLIMATE UNDER SOUTH EAST RAJASTHAN,

EFFECT OF LAST IRRIGATION SCHEDULING AND FOLIAR SPRAY OF BIO REGULATORS ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF WHEAT (TRITICUM AESTIVUM L.) IN CONTEXT TO THE CHANGING ON CLIMATE UNDER SOUTH EAST RAJASTHAN,

Effect of last irrigation scheduling and foliar spray of bio regulators on the productivity of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) in context to the changing on climate under south East Rajasthan, India.

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báo cáo hóa học:" Characterisation of parapoxviruses isolated from Norwegian semi-domesticated reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus)" pptx

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC CHARACTERISATION OF PARAPOXVIRUSES ISOLATED FROM NORWEGIAN SEMI DOMESTICATED REINDEER RANGIFER TARANDUS TARANDUS PPTX

As far as we know, contagious ecthyma is the single dis- ease that has caused the most serious economical losses for reindeer herders in the Nordic countries in recent times, and especially so in Finland. Consequently, the common use of equipment, pastures, transport vehicles and facilities for semi-domesticated reindeer, sheep and goats should be avoided, to prevent cross infections. The outcome of parapoxvirus infections in reindeer seems to be dependent on many environmental factors in addition to the exposure to the virus. Certain types of stress is believed to play a key role, and such stress factors may be lack of food, as well as handling, corralling and transport of animals [3,1]. A changing trend in reindeer herding conditions, facing higher animal densities, faster movements of animals using helicopter and snow mobiles, increased use of supplemental feeding and cor- ralling of animals, and increased transport distances to slaughterhouse may represent factors that can predispose for contagious ecthyma as well as other diseases in reindeer.
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Báo cáo sinh học: " Characterisation of parapoxviruses isolated from Norwegian semi-domesticated reindeer (Rangifer tarandus tarandus)" ppt

BÁO CÁO SINH HỌC: " CHARACTERISATION OF PARAPOXVIRUSES ISOLATED FROM NORWEGIAN SEMI-DOMESTICATED REINDEER (RANGIFER TARANDUS TARANDUS)" PPT

Table 1: PCR and sequencing results obtained from parapoxvirus isolates of different species, reference orf virus strain (Orf 11) and an orf virus vaccine strain (NZ2). Successful amplification is indicated by Genebank accession number
Signature Host Country of origin B2L-PCR vIL-10-PCR GIF-PCR
N99.1Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Norway AY605963 AY605995 AY605973 N00.1Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Norway AY605964 AY605994 AY605972 N00.2Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Norway AY605969 AY606005 AY605985 N03.8Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Norway AY605966 AY605992 AY606010 Fi94.1Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Finland AY605965 AY605993 AY605971 Fi92.1Rt Rangifer t. tarandus Finland AY605959 AY606001 AY605979 N79.1Bos Bos spec . Norway AY605960 AY606011 AY605980 N92.1Bos Bos spec . Norway AY605961 AY606002 AY605981 N83.1Bos Bos spec . Norway AY605970 AY606003 AY605982 N85.1Bos Bos spec . Norway - AY963707 AY605984 N71.1Bos Bos spec . Norway - AY606012 AY605983 N02.1Ch Capra hircus Norway - Not sequenced AY606013 N00.1Ch Capra hircus Norway - AY605999 AY605977 N94.1Om Ovibos moschatus Norway AY605962 AY605996 AY605974 N00.1Oa Ovis aries Norway AY605957 AY605998 AY605976 N86.1Oa Ovis aries Norway AY605968 AY606007 Not sequenced N86.2Oa Ovis aries Norway AY605967 AY606008 AY605990 N03.1Oa Ovis aries Norway - AY963708 AY605991 Sc95.1Hg Halichoerus grypus Scotland U49845AJ622901 AY605997 AY605975 N03.1Lw Leptonychotes weddelli Antarctica AJ622900 AY606015 AY605989AY605989
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Phytochemical and antioxidant capacity of traditional rice varieties of Karnataka, India

Phytochemical and antioxidant capacity of traditional rice varieties of Karnataka, India

Evaluation of twenty traditional rice varieties grown in Karnataka, as a dehusked grain was performed with respect to Phytochemical and Antioxidant capacity.

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DYNAMISM IN RESISTANCE PATTERN OF ESCHERICHIA COLI-A DRIFT FROM INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH (ICMR)-ANTIMICROBIAL USE GUIDELINES

DYNAMISM IN RESISTANCE PATTERN OF ESCHERICHIA COLI-A DRIFT FROM INDIAN COUNCIL OF MEDICAL RESEARCH (ICMR)-ANTIMICROBIAL USE GUIDELINES

Combating Antibiotic resistance has become a great challenge for clinicians due to inappropriate use of antibiotics. Antibiotics once considered being magic bullet is no more having that title. Recommendation in AMR situation in India by Department of Biotechnology (DBT) and Treatment Guidelines for Antimicrobial Use by Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) India emphasized the need for regional surveillance starting from the level of state to an individual hospital has been motivation behind the study. Three hospitals in region of Cuddalore in Tamilnadu (India) have been the source of specimen for isolation of Escherichia coli during the period of January to July 2019. Antibiogram reports were collected during the study period and utilized for the study.
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Báo cáo lâm nghiệp: "Effect of contrasting water supply on the diameter growth of Norway spruce and aspen in mixed stands: a case study from the southern Russian taiga" pot

BÁO CÁO LÂM NGHIỆP EFFECT OF CONTRASTING WATER SUPPLY ON THE DIAMETER GROWTH OF NORWAY SPRUCE AND ASPEN IN MIXED STANDS A CASE STUDY FROM THE SOUTHERN RUSSIAN TAIGA POT

4. DISCUSSION
Aspen is a pioneer tree species with high initial growth rate and relatively short lifetime. In contrast, spruce is a dominant species of primary forests in the region with slower growth and longer life. That is why higher growth of aspen compared to spruce in mixed spruce-aspen stands could be expected [7]. In our case the seasonal radial growth for spruce was several times higher than for aspen during all periods of measurements. Nevertheless this difference was more pronounced in “wet” growing season of 2000 when compared with “dry” 1999 and 2001–2002. The possible reasons of relatively low (compared to spruce) growth of aspen are:
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Báo cáo sinh học: "Molecular epidemiology of clinical and carrier strains of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in the hospital settings of north India" pptx

BÁO CÁO SINH HỌC MOLECULAR EPIDEMIOLOGY OF CLINICAL AND CARRIER STRAINS OF METHICILLIN RESISTANT STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS MRSA IN THE HOSPITAL SETTINGS OF NORTH INDIA PPTX

From this study we suggest that all patients having history of previous hospital admission and patients admitted directly from nursing homes should be screened for MRSA prior to any elective surgical or orthopedic operative pro- cedures. We believe that patients for routine elective pro- cedures should have a negative result before undergoing the procedure. If surgery cannot be delayed due to medical reason then prophylaxis against MRSA should be given prior to the operation, though we appreciate this may not have much benefit in case of emergency admissions. However we would suggest that in patients with any of the above risk factors admitted for emergency surgery which may involve prosthetic implant, should be screened as well as given MRSA prophylaxis prior to their operations. Broad-spectrum insusceptibility of all 180 MRSA and 76 MRCNS isolates to common antimicrobial agents were observed. Among all 17 antimicrobial agents used only
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Biosensors Emerging Materials and Applications Part 1 doc

BIOSENSORS EMERGING MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS PART 1 DOC


Molecular Design of Multivalent Glycosides Bearing GlcNAc,
(GlcNAc) 2 and LacNAc - Analysis of Cross-linking Activities with WGA and ECA Lectins 27
Compounds 12 and 13 behaved tetravalently in WGA binding. Similar precipitation experiments with spacer-linked 14 showed that it is divalent for ECA binding. No precipitates were observed between divalent glycoside and ECA. The results suggested the spacer-linked glycosides effectively bind and promote cross-linking of WGA in solution, rather than inhibiting the binding of lectin. Precipitation of WGA with 10 , 12 and 13 occurs at room temperature, whereas precipitation of ECA with 11 and 14 , which bind more weakly, requires a lower temperature (4C). In general, the precipitation data for ligand with lectin reflects the relative affinities of carbohydrate for the proteins. The binding activities of lectins, including WGA and ECA, produced cross-linked complexes with the tetravalent glycosides. The results were supported by the double diffusion test. However, ECA has a much smaller multivalency enhancement than WGA. The present results are easily predictable by previous our reports. Because we have already reported that artificial glycopolymers bearing (GlcNAc) 2 unit shows a strong interaction with WGA, because of a cluster effect of multivalent oligosaccharide chains in the polymer, whereas ECA is much less subject to cluster effect by glycopolymer bearing LacNAc unit (Zeng et al., 1998).
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BIOSENSORS   – EMERGING MATERIALS  AND APPLICATIONS   doc

BIOSENSORS   – EMERGING MATERIALS  AND APPLICATIONS   DOC

3. Protein-based biosensor covalently modified with fluorescent artificial molecules
Another useful strategy to construct fluorescent biosensors is a structure-based design of a protein covalently modified with a fluorescent dye. Advantages for the use of fluorescent dyes are as follows. First, the relatively smaller size of the synthetic fluorophore is likely to less perturb the property of the original receptor protein. Second, a superior characteristic of dye, that is, the fluorescence changes in intensity and wavelength and the microenvironmental sensitivity such as pH, polarity or molecular recognition, could be introduced to the receptor protein. Not only simple dyes but also functional molecules, such as artificial receptors, can be incorporated. Third, the attachment of dye to the protein framework is more flexible than the use of AFPs. While the attaching positions of AFP are generally limited to the N- and C termini of receptor proteins, the incorporation of small dye to proteins is also possible in the middle of loop regions or at close proximity to the binding pocket. On the other hands, unlike AFPs based biosensor, this type of protein-based biosensor generally require the invasive technique for translocating across the plasma membrane, such as electroporation (Marrero, M.B. et al. 1995; Fenton, M. et al. 1998; Sakaguchi, R. et al. 2010), lipofection (Zelphati, O., et al. 2001; Zheng, X. et al. 2003), microinjection (Abarzua, P. et al. 1995), and tagging cell-permeable peptide sequences (Wadia, J.S. et al 2005; Sugimoto, K. et al 2004). In addition, the central issue for the construction of these types of biosensors is the way to introduce a dye into the receptor protein site-selectively. Here, a variety of fluorescent biosensors that use fluorescent molecules is described according to a classification of the incorporation methodologies of fluorescent dye.
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Báo cáo toán học: "The minimum size of complete caps in (Z/nZ)2" ppt

BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC: "THE MINIMUM SIZE OF COMPLETE CAPS IN (Z/NZ)2" PPT

p · (ln p) 10 .
Using our upper bound, we are also able to calculate Φ(n) exactly for many small values of n. We include a table of small values of Φ(n) here. We omit cases where n is divisible by 2 or 3, as Φ(n) = 4 in these cases. When the answer is not exactly known, we provide the range of possible values known to us through the lower bounds of Section 2 and computer trials which generated random complete and complete diverse caps. Particularly when n is prime, there may be sharper known values existing in the literature.

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Antibiogram of bacterial isolates obtained from milk samples in and Around Hyderabad, India

Antibiogram of bacterial isolates obtained from milk samples in and Around Hyderabad, India

The present study was undertaken to estimate the prevalence of bacterial pathogens in milk samples and to assess the antibiotic sensitivity pattern of the causative organisms in and around Hyderabad region of Telangana state, India. A total of 1143 milk samples were collected from cross bred dry cows from in and around Hyderabad region, and were subjected to bacteriological studies and in-vitro antibiotic sensitivity test.

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CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA ISOLATED FROM CHILLI RHIZOSPHERE OF SOUTHERN PLATEAU AND HILLS REGION

CHARACTERIZATION OF PLANT GROWTH-PROMOTING RHIZOBACTERIA ISOLATED FROM CHILLI RHIZOSPHERE OF SOUTHERN PLATEAU AND HILLS REGION

India accounts for an annual production of _ISSN: 2319-7706_ VOLUME 9 NUMBER 8 2020 Journal homepage: http://www.ijcmas.com Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria PGPR is a community of ba[r]

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Using NMR, X-ray, and CD analysis in the study on natural products obtained from Vietnamese plant and fungi in terms of pharmaceutical product development

Using NMR, X-ray, and CD analysis in the study on natural products obtained from Vietnamese plant and fungi in terms of pharmaceutical product development

NMR, X-ray analysis, and CD methods are powerful techniques for the study of absolute configuration of bioactive compounds from natural resources. This study presents the results of a joint-study between Vietnam and Taiwan on the bioactive compounds obtained from Vietnamese plants and fungi. Among the tested compounds, hexatenuin A displayed the most significant inhibition of superoxide anion generation and elastase release. These triterpenoids may be used as potential anti-inflammatory agents.

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Capsular typing of staphylococcus aureus isolated from raw milk samples using duplex polymerase chain reaction

Capsular typing of staphylococcus aureus isolated from raw milk samples using duplex polymerase chain reaction

The present investigation was designed to determine the frequency of capsular polysaccharide genes (cap5 & cap8) in Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from raw milk samples of various regions of Jaipur, the capital city of Rajasthan state of India. In this study presence of S. aureus and cap5and cap8 gene was evaluated by Polymerase Chain Reaction.

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SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHAMPAVATHI ESTUARY, EAST COAST OF INDIA

SEASONAL VARIATIONS IN PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CHAMPAVATHI ESTUARY, EAST COAST OF INDIA

Seasonal Variation of the Physicochemical Properties of Water Samples in Mahanadi Estuary, East Coast of India.. Journal of Environmental Protection.[r]

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Giải pháp nâng cao trình độ chuyên môn nghiệp vụ cho đội ngũ giảng viên trường Đại học Y khoa Vinh

Giải pháp nâng cao trình độ chuyên môn nghiệp vụ cho đội ngũ giảng viên trường Đại học Y khoa Vinh

Giảng viên Đại học y khoa là một nghề đặc biệt, cần được tuyển chọn, đào tạo, sử dụng và đãi ngộ đặc biệt. Nghề nghiệp đòi hỏi ở người giảng viên cả trình độ chuyên môn của người thầy thuốc lẫn nghiệp vụ sư phạm của người thầy giáo. Trường Đại học Y khoa Vinh mới được thành lập trên cơ sở nâng cấp Trường Cao đẳng Y tế Nghệ An.

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Estimation of physical properties of soil of Sri Ganganagar district-Rajasthan, India

Estimation of physical properties of soil of Sri Ganganagar district-Rajasthan, India

Soil hydro-physical properties of soil may help in formulating improved water management strategies for improving the prospects of yield enhancement and stabilization of orchards in the region. Formulation of sound management strategy to improve water use efficiency will require a clear understanding of soil water functional

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Comparative study of phytochemical analysis, antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of different root extracts of desmostachya bipinnata stapf (Kush)

Comparative study of phytochemical analysis, antimicrobial and antioxidant activity of different root extracts of desmostachya bipinnata stapf (Kush)

μ g/ml) were used as the standard for antibacterial and antifungal respectively. The extracts were dissolved separately in DMSO concentration of 100 μ g/ml and carefully load into the well. The plates were then incubated at 37°C for 24 h to allow maximum growth of the organisms. The test material having antimicrobial activity inhibited the growth of the microorganisms and a clear, distinct zone of inhibition was visualized surrounding the well. The antimicrobial activity of the test agents was determined by measuring the diameter of zone of inhibition expressed in mm.
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Food Security and Environmental Quality in the Developing World - Part 2 pptx

FOOD SECURITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY IN THE DEVELOPING WORLD - PART 2 PPTX

To provide food security to a growing population, the final question would be: What are the impacts of intensive agriculture and irrigation systems on the degra- dation of land and water resources? Ecology and economy are twin elements of global stability. About 25–30 years ago, it was a popular belief that goals of economic development and environmental quality were mutually exclusive. Today this view has largely given way to the belief that we need a better understanding of the relationship between development and the environment. The first and foremost component of a comprehensive environmental assessment policy is that development must be environmentally sound and sustainable. Although population rates have been declining (especially for more densely populated countries like China and India), by 2050, the planet could very well have doubled its present population. A frightening look at the future indicates that earth’s population will increase to 10 billion by the year 2050 (Bouwer, 1993). The impact of this increased population will be severe on the environmental quality of land and water resources. While as much as 95% of the world’s population growth is expected in the developing countries, this is where, by the year 2050, 87% of the world’s population is expected to live. Industrial and agricultural use will add enormous stress on the available land and water resources, while also attempting to maintain environmental quality.
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