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  • SYNTHESIS AND ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF 1-SUBSTITUTED-3-(2-(6-CHLOROBENZOTHIAZOL-2-YL) HYDRAZONO) - 4, 5/5, 6/5, 7-DIMETHYLINDOLIN-2-ONES


Nisheeth Rastogi, Darwin Anil Harrison, Masihur Rahman

Abstract:
A series of 1-substituted- 3-(2-(6-chlorobenzothiazol-2-yl) hydrazono)- 4, 5/ 5, 6/ 5, 7-dimethylindolin-2-ones (1-15) have been synthesised by the reaction of 2-hydrazino-6-chlorobenzothiazole and 1-substituted 4,5/5,6/5,7-dimethylindolin-2,3-diones.


1-8
2
  • PRIVATIZATION OF OF HEALTH CARE SYSTEM IN INDIA


Mohd Khalid

Abstract:
One of the most significant trends emerging in the wake of liberalization is the new vigour of the entry of corporate hospitals and multinationals in the health care scenario. The reason for this new tempo is the potential that India offers to NRIs and multinationals.


9-14
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  • MAKE IN INDIA: AN OVERVIEW


Dr. Manoj Kumar Singh

Abstract:
Make in India is an innovative programme of the government of india to encourage multinationals as well as domestic companies to manufacture their products in India launched by the Prime minister of Sri. Narendra Modi on 25th September 2014. The of launching this campaign in India is to make India a world level manufacturing powerhouse which will definitely help in solving the biggest issues of Indian economy.


15-21
4
  • IN-SILICO AND IN-VITRO STUDIES OF SYNTHESISED MALON SUBSTITUTED THIOSEMICARBAZIDES*


Arshi Naqvi

Abstract:
Tuberculosis (TB) is a communicable disease which is spreading worldwide on an alarming rate. The infection primarily target the lungs (a pneumonia) is caused by bacteria known as Mycobacterium tuberculosis (M.TB).


22-32
5
  • MEMBRANE SEPARATION PROCESS: ELECTRO-OSMOTIC SEPARATION OF BENZENE FROM BENZENE AND METHANOL MIXTURES


Abhay K. Jain, Sharad K. Gupta

Abstract:
Electro-osmotic separation of benzene from benzene-methanol mixtures has been studied. The method shows favorable prospects in membrane separation processes at least when one of the component possesses very low dielectric value.


33-46
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  • SYNTHESIS OF 1-SUBSTITUTED-2-[2-(4, 5/5, 6/5, 7-DIMETHYL)-2-OXOINDOLIN-3-YLIDENE) HYDRAZINYL]-3-PHENYLQUINAZOLIN-4(3H) ONES AS ANTIFUNGAL AGENTS


Nisheeth Rastogi, Darwin Anil Harrison, Masihur Rahman

Abstract:
Some new 1-substituted-2-[2-(4, 5/5, 6/5, 7-dimethyl)-2-oxoindolin-3-ylidene) hydrazinyl]-3-phenylquinazolin-4(3H) ones (3-17) have been prepared by the reaction of 2-hydrazinyl-3-phenylquinazolin-4(3H)-one and 1-substituted 4,5/5,6/5,7-dimethylindolin-2,3-diones.


47-54
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  • HEAVY METALS AFFECTING CANINE HEALTH


Dr. Ajay Kumar Upadhyay, Ipshita, Pooja Singh

Abstract:
World Health Organization (2015) report estimated that 85% of all human disease is associated with environmental pollution. HTMA testing reveals that the same heavy metals that make us sick also are killing our canines.


55-67
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  • DIFFERENT PVA-HYDROXYPROPYL GUAR GUM IRRADIATED CARBON NANOTUBE MEMBRANES FOR DIFFERENT APPLICATION


Tridib Bhunia, Somen De

Abstract:
Strong as well as flexible biodegradable membranes are of great demand in recent technology. Similar hydrophobic membranes have been developed by irradiating different weight poly (vinyl alcohol) (PVA) – hydroxypropyl guar gum (HPG) blends and followed by mixing with multiwalled carbon nanotube (MWCNT).


68-77
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  • VETERINARY MEDICINE IN PRIMEVAL INDIA


Ajay Kumar Upadhyay, Ipshita

Abstract:
Animals were domesticated in India between 6000 and 4500 BC. Harappa, Mohenjo-daro and certain other places demonstrate strong archaeological evidence about existence of an eminence civilization in around 2500 BC.


78-85
10
  • KARTAGENER SYNDROME, GRANULOMATOUS CHEILITISAND EXTRA ORAL MANIFESTATION OF ACTINOMYCOSIS IN A CHILD PATIENT: CASE REPORT


YasminNawal De FreitasAshoury, Ruth Andia, Carlos Eduardo Allegretti, CamilaCorreia dos Santos, Rodolfo Georgevich Neto, Elcio Magdalena Giovani

Abstract:
Kartagener's syndrome and granulomatous cheilitis are rare entities and are rarely discussed in the literature, and when still associated with the facial manifestation of actinomycosis, triggers severe aggravations in the patient's systemic and oral conditions.


116-128
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  • ENAMEL HYPOPLASIA ASSOCIATED TO PROXIMAL RENAL TUBULAR ACIDOSIS: A CASE REPORT


Ruth Y. Andia-Merlin, Camila Correia Dos Santos, M. Moreira, Victor E. Arana-Chavez, Elcio Magdalena Giovani

Abstract:
Proximal renal tubular acidosis (pRTA) is a syndrome caused by abnormal proximal tubule reabsorption of bicarbonate that yields disturbs in some mineralized tissues as dental enamel. We reported a case of an 8-year-old girl diagnosed with proximal renal tubular acidosis who presented all her teeth with a yellowish color and apparently with absence of enamel.


86-92
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  • INCORPORATION OF SUPERFOODS IN SNACK RECIPES (TRAIL MIX, DATE BALLS, NUTRI BAR) AND ITS SENSORY EVALUATION


*Dr. Rekha Battalwar, **Mrs. Ayeshabee Usama Shaikh,

Abstract:
Snacking is very common in all age groups. In this era, where individuals have started being health conscious, healthy snacks can now be made more nutritious and at home in an easier way.


93-102
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  • KINETICS OF PALM WINE FERMENTATION: THE EFFECT OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE PRESERVATION


Ogbuanu, Cyril Chinedu and Ude Clement Maduezichukw

Abstract:
Kinetic studies of Elais sap dosed with hydrogen peroxide, in order to inhibit bacterial activities during fermentation of Elais sap showed that a dose 0.1% H2O2 did not inhibit bacterial activity, suggesting that bacterial inhibition was not achieved at this dose rate but activates bacterial activity significantly, producing more alcohol.


103-110
14
  • RATE CONTROL AND MODIFY RESPONSES USING AUTOPILOT SIMULATION


Dr. Shruti Bhardwaj

Abstract:
The development of Electronic Control Units (ECUs) involves both hardware and software required to perform the functions expected from that particular module


111-115
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  • Effect of highest magnesium concentrations in the gills of Heteropneustes fossilis (Bloch) during various phases of reproductive cycle.


K.Singh

Abstract:
Effect of highest magnesium concentrations in the gills of fish Heteropneustes fossilis have been studied. Interestingly in Magnesium exposure (55.0 m mol l-1 and 80.0 m mol l-1), it was noted that prominent shrinked mucous cell, highly curved primary, secondary gill filament, highly dilated blood vessel. Epithelial cells and chloride cells were absent, showing acute stress during highest tolerance limit of this ion. during various phases of reproductive cycle


116-125
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