Volume 1 (2015) - Issue 6, June
Aim And Objective: This review aims to find the sialic acid level in oral cancer patients. Background: Oral cavity cancer is currently the most frequent cause of cancer-related death among Indian men. It is preceded by oral precancerous conditions like leukoplakia or oral sub mucous fibrosis. Altered cell surface topography is the soul of the malignant cell. Early detection is the key to treat ora...
FORMULATION, OPTIMIZATION AND EVALUATION STUDY FOR AN ALOE EMODIN SYNTHETIC DERIVATIVE 4,5–DIHYDROXY-9,10-DIOXO-9,10-DIHYDROANTHRACENE-2 CARBOXYLIC ACID IN GEL DOSAGE FORM
Dermatologists should be aware of cosmeceutical products and have access to accurate scientific theory with validated data-if any exists-to support cosmeceutical claims. The question remains whether it is possible to deliver adequate doses to the skin in-vivo and to produce clinical or histological effects. It is important to evaluate these new products with a critical and careful methodology, con...
A STUDY ON PRESCRIPTION PATTERN OF CEFTRIAXONE IN GENERAL MEDICINE DEPARTMENT OF A SOUTH INDIAN TEACHING HOSPITAL
A prospective observational study was conducted to assess the prescribing pattern of ceftriaxone and to determine the indication for which ceftriaxone prescribed in a general medicine department of a south Indian teaching hospital. A total of 200 prescriptions were collected, collated, and analyzed from the general medicine department for 6 months. Out of 200 study population included in the study...
THE EFFECT OF GLUCOSE ON GROWTH OF MESENCHYMAL STEM CELLS DERIVED FROM UMBILICAL CORDS OF NORMAL AND GESTATIONAL DIABETIC MOTHERS.
Objective: To explore the effects of glucose concentration on the growth of Wharton’s jelly mesenchymal stem cells from umbilical cords of gestational diabetic mothers (DWJMSCs) and normal mothers (NWJMSCs). Methods: NWJMSCs and DWJMSCs were treated at passage 3 with low (5.5mM) or high glucose. Cells’ growth was evaluated by methyl thiazolyl tetrazolium uptake and cytotoxicity by LDH release....
ISOLATION, CHARACTERIZATION AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION OF ETHANOL PRODUCING THERMOTOLERANT POTENTIAL YEAST STRAINS FROM SUGAR INDUSTRIAL WASTE
The supply of non-renewable energy sources from fossil fuel is depleting day by day, and it has become one of the greatest challenges to find alternative sources. Bioethanol as alternative biofuels has stimulated the worldwide interest. The use of bioethanol as fuel will minimize the amounts of fossil-derived carbon dioxide (CO2) to the Earth’s atmosphere. Yeast is the most acceptable of all org...