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  • Effect of Positive Dust on Non-linear Properties of Electron-acoustic Waves


Sanjit Kumar Paul

Abstract:
The nonlinear propagation of the dust-electron-acoustic waves in a dusty plasma consisting of cold and hot electrons, stationary and streaming ions, and charge fluctuating stationary dust has been investigated by employing the reductive perturbation method. It has been shown that the dust charge fluctuation is a source of dissipation, and is responsible for the formation of the dust-electron-acoustic shock waves in such a dusty plasma. The basic features of such dust-electron-acoustic shock waves have been identified. It has been proposed to design a new laboratory experiment which will be able to identify the basic features of the dust-electron-acoustic shock waves predicted in this theoretical investigation.


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  • ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE IN CHILDREN


Surendra Sharma

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Antibiotics are a mainstay in the treatment of bacterial infections. Appropriate prescribing is essential to improve patient outcomes and to help prevent the emergence of resistant organisms Antibiotic consumption is suggested to be a primary risk factor for the development of antibiotic resistance. Although there has been a decrease in overall use of antibiotics in the United States by 17% in the last decade, there is still evidence of antibiotic overuse and misuse.


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  • Review: Recent Advances in Forensic DNA Analysis


Monasha Navodi Fernando1, Udesh Nilanga Perera1*

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Forensic DNA analysis is the use of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid) in criminal justice testing. People can leave evidence behind when they commit a crime and normally they leave biological materials that contains DNA. If the evidence matches the latent print found at the scene of a crime, the match can provide evidence about the commitment of that person to the crime. Likewise, DNA recovered from stains of blood, semen, saliva, or from materials such as hair, bone and skin can be matched to DNA of a suspect. DNA can even be recovered from fingerprints.


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