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Angiosomes of medial cord of brachial plexus
D. Suseelamma,S. Deepthi,K. Krishna Chaitanya,H. R. Sharada
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-6012.ijrms20130508
Abstract: This anatomical study analyzed the neurovascular relationship of the brachial plexus. Ten formalized specimens of brachial plexuses were examined after injection of lead oxide in to the subclavian artery. The vascular, anatomical features of the brachial plexus were documented .The specimens were analyzed by dissection method, subjected for microscopic study. The vascular supply was markedly rich, often with true anastomotic channels found within the nerves. There was much variation in supply, depending on the branching pattern of subclavian artery. [Int J Res Med Sci 2013; 1(2.000): 79-82]
Significance of tumour markers in cancer of gall bladder  [PDF]
Sharada R. Kankonkar, S. V. Joshi, R. R. Deshpande
Open Journal of Immunology (OJI) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/oji.2013.31005
Abstract: In India, GI tract cancer is one of the ten leading cancers. Among Indian males it stands second to oral cancer and in females, it shares the third place. Most common malignant disorder of GIT is seen in our country that of liver, bile, gall bladder, pancreas, bileduct and colorectal. Aim: To see the significance of tumour markers in gall bladder cancer. Materials and Methods:This study comprise 225 cases of GI tract cancers was carried for more than two years. Of these, 22 subjects had gallbladder cancer. Tumour markers viz. CA19-9, CEA and AFP were assayed pre and post-operative cases and their role in gallbladder cancer was evaluated. Results: It was observed that serum concentration of CA 19-9 increased with advancing stage, but the same is not true for AFP and CEA. Sensitivity of these markers AFP, CA 19-9 and CEA in the detection of gall bladder cancer was determined. CA 19-9 is the most sensitive of all the three tumour markers in the detection of gall bladder cancer. Conclusion: The combination of CA19-9 and CT (or US) is a reasonable, cost-effective, noninvasive approach to establishing the diagnosis of pancreatic, cholangitic, or biliary cancer in nonicteric patients.
Simple and Rapid Methods for the Analysis of Captopril in Dosage Forms
H. Chandru,A. C. Sharada
Journal of Chemistry , 2007, DOI: 10.1155/2007/915470
Antiangiogenic effects of synthetic analogs of curcumin in vivo
H Chandru, A.C Sharada
African Journal of Biomedical Research , 2007,
Abstract: The active compound curcumin is isolated from the spice turmeric. Curcumin, curcuminoids and their synthetic analogs have been shown to inhibit the progression of cancer in animal models. In colon and skin carcinogenesis the genetic changes engross different genes, but curcumin is effective in preventing carcinogenesis in both organs. A needful elucidation for this result is that analogues of curcumin can inhibit angiogenesis. The synthetic analog of Curcumin, 1,5 bis (3,5 dimethoxy phenyl) 1,4 pentadiene –3 one (BDMP) was tested for its capacity to inhibit the proliferation of primary endothelial cells in the presence and absence of the basic fibroblast growth factor (bFGF) and its ability to inhibit proliferation of an immortalized endothelial cell line. BDMP and other analogs of curcumin such as bis (3,4 dimethoxyphenyl) 1,3 propanedione (BDMPP), bis (2,4 dimethoxyphenyl) 1,3 propanedione (DMPP), and bis (3,3 dinitrophenyl) 2- bromo 1,3 propanedione (BDNP) were subsequently tested for their ability to inhibit bFGF-induced corneal neovascularization in the mouse cornea. Ultimately, BDMP was evaluated for its ability to inhibit phorbol esterstimulated vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) mRNA production. BDMP effectively inhibited endothelial cell proliferation in a dose dependent manner. BDMP, BDMPP, DMPP and BDNP have shown significant inhibition of bFGF mediated corneal neovascularization in the mouse. BDMP had no effect on phorbol ester stimulated VEGF production. Results of these investigations show that BDMP has direct antiangiogenic activity in vitro and in vivo. Carcinogenesis inhibiting activity of the BDMP in skin and colon may be mediated in part through angiogenesis inhibition. (Afr. J. Biomed. Res. 10: 241 – 248)
MHD Mixed Convection Flow of a Casson Fluid over an Exponentially Stretching Surface with the Effects of Soret, Dufour, Thermal Radiation and Chemical Reaction  [PDF]
Kankanala Sharada, Bandari Shankar
World Journal of Mechanics (WJM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjm.2015.59017
Abstract: The present study deals with MHD (magneto hydrodynamics) mixed convection flow of a Casson fluid over an exponentially stretching sheet with the effects of Soret and Dufour, thermal radiation, chemical reaction. The governing partial differential equations are converted into ordinary differential equations by using similarity transformations. These equations are then solved numerically by applying finite difference scheme known as the Keller Box method. The effects of various parameters on velocity, temperature and concentration profiles are presented graphically to interpret and the results are discussed.
Mixed Convection MHD Stagnation Point Flow over a Stretching Surface with the Effects of Heat Source or Sink and Viscous Dissipation  [PDF]
Kankanala Sharada, Bandari Shankar
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2016.43063
Abstract: The present study deals with MHD mixed convection stagnation point flow over a stretching sheet with the effects of heat source/sink and viscous dissipation including convective boundary conditions. The governing partial differential equations are transformed into ordinary differential equations by applying similarity transformations. These equations are then solved numerically by using finite difference scheme known as the Keller Box method. The effects of various parameters on velocity and temperature profiles are presented graphically interpreted and the results are discussed.
Physical Methods of Separation and Concentration of Microbes in Food: An Aid for Rapid Detection
S. Wilfred Ruban,R. Sharada,Tahir Gani Banday
Journal of Food Technology , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/jftech.2011.106.111
Abstract: Without question, the major block to the ability to detect food borne pathogens in real or near real-time is the continued reliance on cultural enrichment. Indeed, decreasing or eliminating the need for enrichment would allow food microbiologists the opportunity to truly harness the power of the emerging molecular detection methods. It should be clear from the preceding discussion that further research into effective matrix preparation, specifically targeting bacterial concentration and purification methods will be necessary if we are to move forward toward achievement of this goal.
Snake bite in dogs and its successful treatment
K. J. Ananda,K. Mohan,Ansar Kamran and R. Sharada
Veterinary World , 2009,
Abstract: Two dog viz. Labrador and Alsatian cross were presented to the peripheral hospital with a history of frothy salivation, dull, depressed, abnormal gait and with recumbent position. They were diagnosed for snake bite based on the history and physical examination. The hematological parameters showed reduced values of hemoglobin, packed cell volume and increased total leukocyte count. The biochemical values showed elevated levels of alanine aminotransferase and creatinine. The successful treatment was done with anti-snake venom, fluid, corticosteroid, muscuranic receptor antagonist and antibiotic with careful monitoring. [Vet. World 2009; 2(2.000): 66-67]
Congenital malformations in multiple births
Sharada B. Menasinkai,Dakshayani K. R.,M. A. Chiniwar
International Journal of Research in Medical Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.5455/2320-6012.ijrms20130809
Abstract: Objective: The present study was done to know and compare the incidence of congenital malformations in singleton and multiple births in our hospital & compare with other studies. Methods: A retrospective study done by collecting the data from parturition register from Jan 2008 to Dec 2011 (4yrs) from Cheluvamba Hospital attached to Mysore Medical College and Research Institute. Total number of the live births, still births, and abortions> 20 wks were collected. Details of multiple births such as maternal age, gestational age, sex & birth weight of the babies, U/S reports and congenital anomalies (CA) were noted. Results: The total number of singleton births were 48700 and number of babies who had congenital malformations were 235 (48.25/10,000 births).Total number of multiple births were 579 including 10 triplets and number of babies who had CA were 11 (189.98/10,000 births, P<0.0001). In the present study sex of the babies were noted in all multiple births and zygosity could not be recorded. Among 579 multiple births 404 were of the Same Sex (SS) and 165 were of Opposite Sex (OS) in twins and 6 were of the same sex and 4 were of opposite sex in triplets. According to Weinberg formula 50% of same sex (SS) twins are monozygotic and 50% are dizygotic twins. Among the 11 babies with CA, 4 monozygotic twins had anomalies related to twinning such as Acardia with TRAP sequence (3 twins), and Thoracophagus (1 twin).5 babies had CNS anomalies, 1 with cystic hygroma, 1 baby with multiple system affected. Conclusion: The incidence of birth defects is more in multiple births and especially in monozygotic twins. In the present days increase in twinning rate due to advanced maternal age, hereditary factors and use of ovulation inducing drugs, which results in premature and low birth wt babies associated with poor lung maturity. [Int J Res Med Sci 2013; 1(3.000): 216-221]
Pathogenic Variability in Pigeonpea Wilt Pathogen Fusarium udum Butler in Nepal
Sharada Joshi
Nepal Agriculture Research Journal , 2000, DOI: 10.3126/narj.v4i0.4872
Abstract: Not available. Key words: Pigeonpea Wilt; Pathogen Fusarium; Research Communication DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/narj.v4i0.4872 Nepal Agriculture Research Journal Vol. 4&5, 2001/2002 Page:64-65 Uploaded date : 9 June, 2011
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