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COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS ON LARGE HYDROPHOBIC RESIDUES AND SMALL HYDROPHOBIC RESIDUES IN DIFFERENT ORGANISMS
VINOBHA CS,VINOBHA CS
International Journal of Bioinformatics Research , 2011,
Abstract: One of the major tasks carried by biologist today is to understand the nature of proteins. How this largeprotein molecule folds themselves into some form and carryout the prescribed biochemical reactions.Hydrophobic interaction is the dominant force towards this task. To understand this interaction, a simple statisticalanalysis on the contribution of hydrophobic residues was carried out. Large Hydrophobic Residues (LHR) such asPhenylalanine (F), Isoleucine (I), Leucine (L), Methionine (M) and Valine (V) – (FILMV) as well as smallhydrophobic residues (SHR) Glycine (G), Alanine (A), Proline (P), Cysteine (C) and Tryptophan (W) - (GAPCW)were studied in all proteins of given organisms. The organisms include Homo sapiens, Macaca Mullatta, Pantroglodytes, Canis familiaris, Gallus gallus, Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus, Bos taurus, Drosophilamelonogaster, Monodelphis domestica, Danio rerio, Stronglycentrolus purpuratus, Anopheles gambiae, Apismellifera, Arabidopsis thaliana, Tribolium castaneum, Saccharomyces cerevisae, Schizosaccharomyces pombeand Caenorhabditis elegans. It is observed that the protein prefers to have 27% large hydrophobic residues tomaintain the required hydrophobicity. In animal, particularly in human, it is observed less. It is interesting to notethat small hydrophobic residues balance this lack in number by a factor of 1:3. So is the reason why the length ofthe animal proteins increases. This new finding on the contribution of hydrophobic residues in protein stability willbe discussed in detail
BIOFFORC: Tool development for biological file format conversion
Chinnaiah Swaminathan Vinobha,Maruthamuthu Rajadurai,Ekambaram Rajasekaran
Bioinformation , 2008,
Abstract: The use of bioinformatics tools require different sequence formats at various instances. Every tool uses specific set of formats for processing. Sequence in one format is often required in another format. Thus, there is a need for sequence format conversion. A number of such tools are available in the public domain. Here, we describe BIOFFORC as a file format converter. The tool is developed with a graphical user interface in PERL.
Compositional analysis of protein sequences of different species
Vinobha C.S.,Rajasekaran E.,Rajadurai M.
International Journal of Bioinformatics Research , 2010,
Abstract: We describe several protein sequence statistics designed to evaluate distinctive attributes ofresidue content and arrangement in primary structure. As per the global consideration, thecompositional biases of clustering different residue types (charged residues, hydrophobic residues) oflong runs of charged or uncharged residues, periodic patterns, counts and distribution ofhomooligopeptides, and unusual spacing between particular residue types. The computer programSEQUANA (statistical analysis of protein sequences) calculates all the statistics for any individualprotein sequence input and is available for the WINDOWS environment through electronic mail onrequest to csvinobha@gmail.com
Editorial Circumcision: Controversies and Prospects
CS Lukong
Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report , 2011,
Abstract: Click on the link to view the editorial. Journal of Surgical Technique and Case Report | Jul-Dec 2011 | Vol-3 | Issue-2
Evaluating the rural health placements of the Rural Support Network at the Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Cape Town
CS Naidu
South African Family Practice , 2012,
Abstract: Objectives: The Rural Support Network (RSN) is an undergraduate student society that aims to raise awareness among the student body of the plight of rural health in South Africa, and organises individual and group placements in rural hospitals during vacations. This research aimed to evaluate these placements from the students’ perspectives. Design: In-depth, face-to-face interviews were conducted with 10 students and nine placement-reflective reports were reviewed. The data were analysed and coded for key themes using a constant, comparative grounded theory approach. Setting: Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS) at the University of Cape Town. Subjects: Students who had been on RSN placements in 2010. Results: Students reported that the experience exceeded their expectations of learning new skills and observing and performing procedures. They gained significant insights into rural health care and were inspired to contribute to rural health in future. Their experiences helped them to gain confidence and an appreciation of the psycho-social aspects of patient care. The importance of community empowerment and of connecting and building relationships with communities was also emphasised. Challenges pertained to conflict within groups, incidents of unprofessional health care and being unable to help as much as they would have liked. Conclusion: The study highlights the impact that positive experiences of rural health may have on health science students’ interest in, passion for, and commitment to practising in underserved rural areas. Students’ key recommendations for the FHS included the development of a rural programme within the undergraduate curriculum. Better group composition and improved planning and co-ordination of placements by the RSN were also recommended.
Health benefits of soy beans and soy products: a review
CS Venter
Journal of Family Ecology and Consumer Sciences /Tydskrif vir Gesinsekologie en Verbruikerswetenskappe , 1999,
Abstract: Sojabone is volop, ekonomiese dieetbronne van prote en. Tans word gefokus op die moontlike rol van sojabone in die voorkoming en behandeling van sekere degeneratiewe Westerse siektes soos hart- en bloedvatsiektes, osteoporose en sekere tipes kanker. Heel sojabone bevat 40% prote ene, terwyl sojameel, sojaprote enkonsentraat en ge soleerde sojaprote en respektiewelik 50%, 70% en 90% prote en bevat. Verskeie nie-nutri ntbestanddele soos isoflavone, protease-inhibeerders, fitiensuur, saponiene en fitosterole kom in sojabone voor en is moontlik vir sekere van die voordelige gesondheidseienskappe van sojabone verantwoordelik. Die cholesterolverlagende effek van sojabone mag te danke wees aan die aminosuursamestelling daarvan, en/of verlaagde cholesterolabsorpsie of galsoutherabsorpsie, verhoogde laedigtheidlipoprote en-(LDL-) reseptoraktiwiteite, verlaagde lewercholesterolsintese, anti-oksidantaktiwiteit of verhoogde plasmatiroksienvlakke. Die nienutri ntbestanddele van sojabone mag vir die cholesterolverlagende, antikarsinogeniese en beenversterkende effek verantwoordelik wees. Meer navorsing is nodig om die meganismes op te klaar waardeur sojabone en sojaprodukte die gesondheid van die mens be nvloed.
Once-daily glycopyrronium bromide, a long-acting muscarinic antagonist, for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a systematic review of clinical benefit
Ulrik CS
International Journal of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/COPD.S35990
Abstract: ce-daily glycopyrronium bromide, a long-acting muscarinic antagonist, for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a systematic review of clinical benefit Review (2804) Total Article Views Authors: Ulrik CS Published Date September 2012 Volume 2012:7 Pages 673 - 678 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/COPD.S35990 Received: 15 July 2012 Accepted: 03 September 2012 Published: 26 September 2012 Charlotte Suppli Ulrik Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Hvidovre Hospital and University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark Background: Long-acting bronchodilators are central in the pharmacological management of patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The aim of this systematic review is to provide an overview of the studies evaluating the safety and clinical efficacy of inhaled glycopyrronium bromide, a novel long-acting muscarinic antagonist, in patients with COPD. Methods: This study was performed as a systematic literature review. Results: Inhaled glycopyrronium bromide seems to be a safe and well tolerated long-acting muscarinic antagonist with a fast onset of action. In patients suffering from moderate to severe COPD, glycopyrronium bromide has clinically important effects on level of forced expiratory volume in one second, use of relief medication, percentage of days with no use of rescue medication, daytime dyspnea scores, and probably also on health status. Furthermore, in this group of patients, glycopyrronium bromide has beneficial effects on dynamic hyperinflation and exercise tolerance. Glycopyrronium bromide has been shown to reduce the rate of exacerbations in patients with moderate to severe COPD, but long-term controlled trials with exacerbation rate as the primary outcome variable have not been published yet. Conclusion: Once-daily inhaled glycopyrronium bromide has characteristics important for use in COPD, including a fast onset of action, sustained 24-hour bronchodilatation, and improvement in exercise tolerance, and therefore appears to have the potential for a significant role in the future management of COPD.
用于红外成象系统的紧凑型双活塞斯特林低温致冷器
Keun.,CS
红外 , 1997,
Abstract: Magnavox公司的光电子系统部为红外成象应用设计并压制了两台紧凑型双尖塞斯要低温致冷器的样机,即MX7050和MX7055。这两台样机的设计分别符合美国陆军为0.35W直线致冷器和0.6W标准先进杜瓦装置ⅢB直线致冷器制订的B2规范。
Annotierter Katalog der Benhamiinae Arten in der Sammlung des Zoologischen Instituts und Museums von Hamburg (Oligochaeta: Acanthodrilidae)
Csuzdi, Cs
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis , 2006,
Abstract: An annotated catalogue of the Benhamiinae earthworms housed in the Zoological Institute and Zoological Museum of the University of Hamburg is presented. All the entries are arranged by the valid names published (CSUZDI, 1995). An alphabetic list of the original specific epithets with the valid combinations is also tabulated.
Earthworm species, a searchable database
Csuzdi, Cs.
Opuscula Zoologica Instituti Zoosystematici et Oecologici Universitatis Budapestinensis , 2012,
Abstract: The first earthworm species named was Lumbricus terrestris Linnaeus, 1758. Since then, there were some 6000earthworm (Oligochaeta: Megadrili) species names described, from which ca. 3000–3500 are valid. In order to help the orientation in such a huge amount of data a web-based database was created. Each record contains the basic data of the species names described; i.e. family, genus, specific epithet, author, year, reference to the original description and optionally the valid combination of the species name and deposition of type specimens. The database is searchable by every field mentioned and the resulted list can be arranged alphabetically.
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