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R.R. Bhagwat* and I.S. Vaidhya
International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research , 2013,
Abstract: ABSTRACT: Evolution of an existing drug molecule from a conventional form to a novel delivery system can significantly improve its performance in terms of patient compliance, safety and efficacy. In the form of a Novel Drug Delivery System an existing drug molecule can get a new life. An appropriately designed Novel Drug Delivery System can be a major advance for solving the problems related towards the release of the drug at specific site with specific rate. The need for delivering drugs to patients efficiently and with fewer side effects has prompted pharmaceutical companies to engage in the development of new drug delivery system. This article covers the basic information regarding Novel Drug Delivery Systems and also different types of the same.
A study on simulation model and kinematic model of welding robot
J.W. Jeong,I.S. Kim,R.R. Chand,J.H. Lee
Journal of Achievements in Materials and Manufacturing Engineering , 2012,
Abstract: Purpose: This study tries to develop a simulation model of six degree freedom for Faraman AM1 welding robot using CATIA V5 and compares with the computed kinematic model for robotic welding. The error varification of simulated model and kinematics of the robot is also being carried out.Design/methodology/approach: CATIA (Computer Aided Three dimensional Interactive Application) is a multi-platform PLM/CAD/CAM/CAE commercial software suite to use to develop six degree freedom for Faraman AM1 welding robot. The forward kinematic and inverse kinematic equations are also used to verify the developed model.Findings: The results obtained from the six degree freedom for Faraman AM1 simulated model has a good agreement with computed kinematic models equations. The catia V5 a very powerful tool which could used in develope a simulation for robotic welding system. The the angle error between simulated model and computed inverse kinmenatic equation obtained too very small.Research limitations/implications: The developed simulated in Catia is mainly aimed to be used in GMA welding process. D-H (Denavit-Hartenberg) convection is used to determine the orthonormal coordinate frames at different joints of a robotic manipulator and determining four kinematic parameters.Originality/value: The six degree freedom for Faraman AM1 welding robot is model to analysed and compared with forward and inverse knimatic.
Effect of Credit Utilization on Output of Rural Youth Rice Farmers in Shiroro Local Government Area, Niger State
M Ibrahim, R.S Olaleye, I.S Umar
Journal of Agricultural Extension , 2009,
Abstract: The study aimed at examining the effect of loan utilization on the output of youth rice farmers in Shiroro Local Government Area of Niger State. The specific objectives are to determine the socio-economic characteristics of the respondents, determine whether there is significant difference in output of the beneficiaries and non beneficiaries and compare the mean output of the youth farmers with and without credits facilities. To achieve the study objectives, 100 respondents from 10 wards was used for data collection. The collected data analyzed using simple descriptive statistics and T-test was used to compare the mean output of credit beneficiaries and non- beneficiaries. The study revealed a significant difference in the mean output of rice farmers who utilize loan (1,375kg/h) with those without credit which was (275kg/ha) (t-cal=18.44,p<0.05). It was recommended that, the process of acquiring loan should be simplified to encourage and motivate rice growers to acquire loan in order to increase their productivity as well as improve their standard of living. Also farmers on their part should be encouraged to pay back loan obtained.
Nefrectomía parcial laparoscópica: Técnica y resultados
Colombo,J.R. Jr; Gill,I.S.;
Actas Urológicas Espa?olas , 2006, DOI: 10.4321/S0210-48062006000500014
Abstract: the indication of laparoscopic partial nephrectomy (lpn) has evolved considerably, and the technique is approaching established status at our institution. over the past 5 years, the senior author has performed more than 450 laparoscopic partial nephrectomies at the cleveland clinic. herein we present our current technique, review contemporary data and oncological outcomes of lpn.
Mass Transfer and Solubility of Hibiscus cannabinus L. Seed Oil in Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
I.S. Adeib,I. Norhuda,R.N. Roslina,M.S. Ruzitah
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2010,
Abstract: Solubility of Hibiscus cannabinus L. seed (particle size 400 μm) oil in supercritical carbon dioxide was determined at pressure of 34.47-48.26 MPa, temperature of 50-80°C and constant flow rate of 5 mL min-1. It was found that the solubility of Hibiscus cannabinus L. in supercritical carbon dioxide increased with the increased of temperature. The extraction yield increased with increased in temperature and pressure. The maximum yield was 8.66% at 48.26 MPa and 80°C for 40 min of extraction. The mass transfer coefficients for Hibiscus cannabinus L. oil was found to be 0.0072 sec-1 at 48.26 MPa and 80°C.
Proinflammatory cytokine expression in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
I.S. Abdurakhmanova,V.I. Nikulicheva,D.R. Vagapova,O.A. Enikeyev
Saratov Journal of Medical Scientific Research , 2010,
Abstract: The research goal was to investigate cytokine profile (IL-1p, 11_-1ра, IL-4, IL-6, IL-8, TNF-a and INF-у) in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (OOPD). The data of decreasing of anti-inflammatory IL-4 and increasing of proinflammatory cytokines in patients with OOPD were worked out. Inclusion of domestic immunomodulator of immunovenin in standard therapy of OOPD permitted to decrease concentration of proinflammatory cytokines and to increase the level of anti-inflammatory IL-4
Effect of Dry Season Tomato Farming on Poverty Alleviation among Women Farmers in Niger State, Nigeria
R.S Olaleye, I.S Umar, M.A Ndanitsa
Journal of Agricultural Extension , 2009,
Abstract: Generally, the study examines the effect of dry season tomato farming on poverty alleviation among women farmers in Niger State, Nigeria. Specifically, it examines the demographic and socio-economic characteristics of the women dry season tomato farmers, their major sources of resources for tomato farming, marketing and marketing channels for tomato produced as well as the monthly income generated from the sales of harvested tomatoes and the effect on poverty alleviation in terms of provision for food, clothing, housing, health care and children’s education. Three Local Government Areas (LGAs), from each of the three geo-political zones of the State were purposively selected .A total of 15 villages were randomly selected from these LGAs and based on the preponderance of women tomato farmers, respondents were purposively selected to give a total of 233 . Findings showed that over one-half of the respondents (52.4%), had formal education and married (53.2%), with majority (91.3%), of them having four and more people in their households.Morever,41.6% of the women practiced farming as their major occupation. Furthermore, over two-thirds of them cultivated 0.5ha of tomato farm, while only 2.1% of them cultivated above 1ha. Findings indicated that majority of them had more than four years tomato farming experience and access to farm land was never a problem but many of them (51.9%), relied mostly on family labour. Niger State Agricultural Development (NSADP) plays a leading role in the provision of relevant technical information to most of the women farmers especially, in the areas of improved seed varieties among others. Results showed that many of the women (61.7%),usually sold their produce at the village markets ,mostly every week either in retails or in bulks or both(47.6%) with an estimated monthly income of between N6,000 and N15,000 by many of them (63%).In view of this, their expenditure performances indicated that many of the women farmers were above average in meeting the following basic needs; food (52%), clothing (48.1%), housing (57%),health care (39.9%) and children’s education (19.4%).Generally the effect of dry season tomato farming on poverty reduction as indicated by majority of the women farmers was on the high side. Chi-square tests showed significant relationships between some independent variables and the effect of dry season tomato farming as strategy for poverty reduction; household size ((Χ2=246.29,P<0.05), children’s education (Χ 2= 353.3,P<0.05) and tomato farming experience (Χ 2 =121.7, P<0.05 ) as well as correlation between income generated and the effect of dry season tomato farming (r=0.85, P<0.05).Cobb-Douglas multiple regression analysis model showed a significant relationship between contributions to household expenditures and the effect of dry season tomato farming (F=6.54,P<0.05). Housing (t= -3.85,P<0.05), clothing (t=-3.56,P<0.05) and food(t=-2.31,P<0.05) were inverse but significant in explaining 62% variation i
Prevalence, Gross and Histopathological Study of Brain Disorders in Cattle-Kerala State, India
B. Manickam,I.S. Sajitha,R. Lakshmi,N.D. Nair
International Journal of Tropical Medicine , 2012,
Abstract: The present study, was undertaken to assess the prevalence and pathology of brain disorders in cattle. The data collected from the autopsy records (99 bovine carcasses) maintained at the Center of Excellence in Pathology, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy, India and 52 brain samples obtained from both the slaughtered cattle and autopsy cases formed the basis of the study. The only gross lesion evident was meningeal congestion, which accounted to 70% of the cases. Congestion and hemorrhages were found consistently in the slaughtered cattle. The other major lesions were revealed by histopathological examination of 10 different areas of the brain in each case. These included vascular changes, neuronal degeneration, inflammatory changes, gliosis, pigmentation and neoplasia. Two cases revealed cytoplasmic inclusions of which one was due to rabies and the other was attributed to unknown viral etiology. Based on the observations made here, it is evident that incidence of pathological disorders encountered is relatively high. Thus, the need and scope for investigation into the pathological disorders of bovine brain warrants further investigation.
Linalool and methyl chavicol present basil (Ocimum sp.) cultivated in Brazil Linalol e metil-chavicol presentes em manjeric o (Ocimum sp.) cultivados no Brasil
R.A. de Oliveira,I.S. Moreira,F.F. Oliveira
Revista Brasileira de Plantas Medicinais , 2013,
Abstract: In Brazil, Ocimum species are commonly known as aromatic and restorative herbs. The present research aimed to study the chemical composition of the essential oils of fresh and dry basil (Ocimum sp) leaves obtained by hydrodistillation and analyzed by GC-FID and GC-MS. The obtained yield was 0.70% for dry leaves and 0.26% for fresh leaves. The major compounds were: linalool (29.50-32.26%) and methyl chavicol (36.81-41.62%). Eucalyptol could also be detected (9.99-7.68%). The oil from dry leaves presented a more complex chemical composition. This study serves to contribute to the knowledge of medicinal plants occurring in Brazil. No Brasil, as espécies de Ocimum s o conhecidas como ervas aromáticas e restaurativas. Nesse trabalho foi estudado a composi o química dos óleos essenciais das folhas frescas e secas de manjeric o (Ocimum sp) obtido por hidrodestila o e analisados por CG-FID e CG-EM. Os teores encontrados foram de 0,70% para as folhas secas e 0,26% para as folhas frescas. Os componentes majoritários foram: Linalol (29,50-32,26%) e metil-chavicol (36,81-41,62%). Eucaliptol também foi detectado (9,99-7,68%). O óleo das folhas secas apresentou composi o química mais complexa. Esse trabalho contribui para o conhecimento das plantas medicinais de ocorrência no Brasil.
Time Budget in Two Desert Gerbils: is the Diet Important?
Khokhlova, I.S.,Krasnov, B.R.,Kuznetsov, V.,Sartor, C.E.
Agriculturae Conspectus Scientificus (ACS) , 2003,
Abstract: We studied time budgets and dietary intake in two desert gerbillids, Psammomys obesus, a diurnal herbivore, and Meriones crassus, a nocturnal granivore feeding three different types of diet (millet seeds together with leaves of Atriplex halimus for M. crassus, fresh leaves of A. halimus or fresh stems of Anabasis syriaca for P. obesus). M. crassus spent the lowest proportion of its time budget for feeding compared to P. obesus. Number of feeding sessions in M. crassus was approximately the same but each separate feeding session was almost three times shorter than those in P. obesus. No difference in temporal pattern of feeding was found between P. obesus fed different plants, in spite of sharp differences in chemical composition of food. P. obesus fed A. halimus was active significantly less time than M. crassus, whereas P. obesus fed A. syriaca stayed active the same time as M. crassus. Dry matter intake of P. obesus fed A. halimus was much higher than that of M. crassus and dry matter intake of P. obesus fed A. syriaca was lower than even that in M. crassus.
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