|Title : 5α-dihydrotestosterone (DHT) Inhibits Tumor Necrosis Factor - alpha (TNF-α) Induced Janus Kinase-1 (JNK-1) Activation and Apoptosis in Breast Cancer in p21 Dependent Manner|
|Authors : Karan Singh Saini , Vijay Turkar,Rituraj Konwar|
Beside established primary reproductive functions, the male hormone androgen act as a growth and survival factor for most of its target tissues. Though male androgenic hormones are widely studied, still some aspects of underlying mechanisms are not completely clear. In addition to their influence on female reproductive hormones which are considered to be crucial factor in breast carcinogenesis, several reports shows that male androgenic hormones may have direct influences on breast cancer tissues. Here, we have used dihydrosterone as model of male androgen to understand its impact on some major molecular circuitry and their by in the process of breast carcinogenesis. We observed that DHT convincingly inhibits tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) induced Janus Kinase-1 (JNK-1) activation and apoptosis in breast cancer cells, MCF-7 in p21 dependent manner. Inhibition by androgen requires the transcription activity of androgen receptor (AR) and de novo protein synthesis. AndrogenAR induces expression of p21 that in turn inhibits tumor necrosis factor-α induced JNK activation and apoptosis. Our results reveal a novel cross-talk between AR and JNK in breast cancer (MCF-7) cells, thereby providing a molecular mechanism underlying the survival function of androgen on its target tissues or organ.
|Keywords : Tumor Necrosis Factor - alpha (TNF-á) , Janus Kinase-1 (JNK-1) , Breast cancer , Apoptosis|
|Title : Capture time of carriers and photons density in quantum spin lasers|
|Authors : seyede nasrin hosseinimotlagh,simin avazzadeh|
Here we describe the structure of two types of quantum spin laser form type quantum dots and wells according to the bucket model. Then, with according to the structures, we study the laser equations first in the conventional state, then we propagate the spin state to better gain. That is, carriers and photons density, with according to the optical gain in both the conventional and spin states, is ratio to time. In the end, we examine the system in a steady state for a state not captured (τ_c=0ps) and after passing (τ_c=2ps), which is captured and photons produced.
|Keywords : capture time , photons density , quantum spin lasers|
|Title : Prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its association with type 2 diabetes in south Indian patients|
|Authors : Drala Srinivasa Rao,Pravesh Verma,Nancy Jennifer,Prathapavarma Digala,Carol Pereira|
Metabolic syndrome is describes as a clustering of cardiovascular risk factors, such as, abdominal obesity, dyslipidemia, hyperglycaemia and hypertension. There are so many risk factors are common in Type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease, and many of these risk factors are highly correlated with one another. The risk factors of the metabolic syndrome are of metabolic origin and composed of atherogenic dyslipidemia, high plasma glucose level, elevated blood pressure, a prothrombotic state, and a pro inflammatory state. The management of persons with metabolic syndrome should have to focus not only on blood glucose control but also includes approaches for reduction of other cardiovascular disease risk factors. The present study aims to understand the prevalence of metabolic syndrome and its association with type 2 diabetes. The study group included 150 type 2 diabetes patients in the age group ranging between 20-80 years. Waist and hip circumference, BMI, Blood pressure, fasting blood glucose and Cholesterol tests like HDL and Triglycerides was determined. Prevalence of individual risk factor for metabolic syndrome was determined out of 150 patients and 97 patients were observed with high blood pressure, 85 patients were observed with low levels of HDL, 60 patients were observed with central obesity, 45 patients were observed with high triglycerides and all 150 patients were observed with diabetes.
|Keywords : Metabolic Syndrome , insulin resistance , Abdominal obesity , cytokines , type 2 diabetes|
|Title : Cancer Systems Biology & Epidemiology: Application in Target Identification, Combinatorial Drug Therapy & Personalized Medicine|
|Authors : Navneet Kumar Yadav,Ankur Omer,Poonam Singh,R. K. Singh|
Cancer-signalling networks are typically complex which involves gene regulation, signalling, cell metabolism, and the alterations in its dynamics caused by the several different types of mutations leading to malignancy. Computational model of networks make possible to understand the complex behaviour of cancer-signalling network. Correlation between complexity (clustering coefficient) of cancer-signalling network pathway and Cancer Epidemiological data sets (Cancer incidence, Death rate and lifetime risk of cancer) has been validated. Results of study support the initial assumption, that the complexity of network matrices is a direct indicator of cancer threat. Understanding the differential behaviour of regulatory networks during health, disease and in response to drugs play a crucial role to enhance drug development efforts, new target identification, delineation of off-target effects, methods of disease prediction, combinatorial drug regimens and also in development of molecularly targeted personalized treatment.
|Keywords : Cancer Epidemiology , clustering coefficient , Betweenness centrality , Combinatorial Drug Therapy , Personalized Medicine , Network biology|
|Title : Anti-inflammatory plants: an elementary review|
|Authors : Pravesh Verma,Apoorva Tiwari,Rishabh Sharma,Neeraj Kumar|
The inflammatory action is described as a chain of events that arise in response to noxious stimuli, infection or trauma. Various botanical species and plant parts comprise a diverse array of polyphenolic non-steroidal phytochemicals that are incorporated as floral pigments for the attraction of insects as their pollination. Various autoimmune disorders are defined by distinct inflammation and associated failure of the repair process. Pro-inflammatory molecules like TNF, certain interleukins, prostaglandins and even pathogenic concentration of nitric oxide are instrumental in raising such response. More interestingly, nitric oxide has been shown to have the ability to stimulate COX-2 showing a potential synergism. Bryophyllum pinnatum commonly known in some parts of Africa as “good luck” or “resurrection plant”, often used as an herbal remedy for human disorders, including: hypertension, diabetes mellitus, rheumatism, joint pains, insect bites, arthritis, bruises, wounds, boils, abscesses, headaches, and body pains. The leaves are also used for inguinal lymphadenitis and ear diseases. Rue contains different active compounds, out of them rutin, a flavonoid, is known to have nitric oxide scavenging activity.
|Keywords : Anti-inflammatory , interleukins , TNF , COX-2 , Cytokines|
|Title : Experimental study of the mechanical characteristics of mortars produced with a binder containing two cow dung ashes|
|Authors : Ernesto Cabral Houehanou,Marx Ferdinand Ahlinhan,Emmanuel Timothée Olodo,Gérard Léopold Gbaguidi-Aisse,Gérard Degan|
This study concerns the evaluation of the mechanical characteristics of five mortars produced with a binder containing different proportions of cow dung ash produced in laboratory with objective to its using as additional mineral in the production of mortars. Five other mortars are produced with the same binder containing the same proportions cow dung ash produced traditionally and a standard mortar (control) is also produced with the same binder without any mineral in addition. Some compressive strength tests are carried out on test specimens of mortar (40x40x160 mm3 ). The compressive strength and chemical characteristic allowed us to estimate and to compare the mechanical characteristics and the pozzolanic activity ratio of both used ashes. The pozzolanic activity ratio of both types of cow dung ash is estimated to 75% and 68% in 28 days. The mechanical characteristics of the mortars containing some cow dung ash produced in laboratory are superior for the greater part to those of the mortars containing some cow dung ash produced traditionally. On the other hand, the medium-term (56 and 90 days) mechanical characteristics of the mortars containing until 15 % of cow dung ash produced in laboratory are equivalent to those of reference mortar.
|Keywords : cow dung ash , additional mineral , mechanical characteristics , pozzolanic activity|
|Title : Build very simple design and cost effective Geiger-Muller counter|
|Authors : Newaz Morshed Remon,Captain Md. Tanjir Hassan,Md. Shamim Hassan,Md. Ghulam Zakir|
This paper describes our first undergraduate project experience, final report and findings on the subject matter. Initially according to our project title, we were focused on developing a low cost detector which can detect radiation only. To make one of these kinds of detector doesn't take much and can be prepared at fairly low cost being very common project in nuclear science arena. The Geiger-Muller tube, or GM tube, is an extremely useful and inexpensive way to detect radiation. While the GM tube can only detect the presence and intensity of radiation, this is often all that is needed.
|Keywords : :.Introduction , Statement of Problem , Objectives , Plan of action , Technical specification , Theoretical Overview , Hypothesis , Procedure , Geiger Bot Compatibility , Application , Discussion , conclusion , Acknowledgment , References|
|Title : Effect of salinity on some morphophysiological characters of somatic embryogenesis-regenerated plants of pineapple [Ananas comosus (L.) Merr. cv. Smooth Cayenne]|
|Authors : Kouadio Oi Kouadio Samuel,Yapo Edwige Sopie Salomé,Coulibaly Souleymane,Kouakou Tanoh Hilaire|
Pineapple in Côte d'Ivoire is going through problems of various origins. Reviving this state imperatively requires both to clean up the plant material and to select varieties which easily adapt to the current pedoclimatic conditions of growing areas. This work assesses the impact of salinity on regenerated pineapple plants by somatic embryogenesis. The tests were carried out in polyethylene bags filled with sea sand, under semi-controlled conditions. Regenerated pineapple plants were watered with six saline solutions (2, 4, 6, 8, 10 and 14 g/L). Control plants were watered with water. The results revealed that salt stress reduces the studied morphophysiological parameters (number of leaves and roots, length of leaves and roots, chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b and total chlorophyll content, the carotenoids content and the relative water content). Pineapple tolerates low salt levels (2 and 4 g/L). However, important disturbances were observed in the metabolism of stressed plants with high levels of NaCl (6 and 10 g/L). As an adaptation strategy to maintain its metabolism from this stress, pineapple responded by accumulating proline. The highest saline content (14 g/L) was found to be lethal for pineapple plants.
|Keywords : Acclimation , Ananas comosus , pineapple , sodium chloride , smooth cayenne|
|Title : i AMF – Centralized database of arbuscular mycorrhizal distribution, phylogeny and taxonomy|
|Authors : Manju M. Gupta,Nikhat Naqvi,Prabhat Kumar|
Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungal database, named iAMF (www.amfungi.aurobindo.du.ac.in) is first digital database on biodiversity and phylogeny of these beneficial fungi in India. It provides access to data on 161 species of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) along with comprehensive information on their GPS location of reported occurrence, taxonomy, molecular sequence, phylogeny and bibliography. The database is based on primary data collected by authors through ongoing surveys (year 2009-2017) and secondary data from earlier studies (2008–2016). Data is carefully curated to verify that it corresponds to the reference publication and a valid species name is used. Apart from being ecological meta-analysis data source, it would have significant application in selection of non-indigenous AMF inoculum in agriculture, reforestation, horticultural and land reclamation practices.
|Keywords : AM fungi , database , arbuscular , phpMiniAdmin|
|Title : Hair Disorders, Treatment and Care: an Overview|
|Authors : A. K. SRIVASTAVA,S. C. SRIVASTAVA,NIMANSHI SRIVASTAVA|
Hair loss is very common disorders in human belonging to every age group . Hair loss (alopecia) affects men and women and often significantly affects social and psychologic well-being. Although alopecia has several causes, a careful history, close attention to the appearance of the hair loss, and a few simple studies can quickly narrow the potential diagnoses. Androgenetic alopecia, one of the most common forms of hair loss, usually has a specific pattern of temporal-frontal loss in men and central thinning in women. Topical minoxidil has approved to treat men and women, with the addition of finasteride for men. Telogen effluvium is characterized by the loss of “handfuls” of hair, often following emotional or physical stress. Alopecia areata, trichotillomania, traction alopecia, and tinea capitis have unique features on microscopic examination that aid in diagnosis. Evaluating and treating hair loss (alopecia) is an important part of primary care, yet many physicians find it complex and confusing. Hair loss affects men and women and frequently has significant social and psychologic consequences. Therefore it is highly imperative to find safe alternative or a new therapy to treat such hair losses. RCHMA has developed a new homoeopathic formulation to treat all kind of hair disorders. Formulation “HAIR LOSS” is highly efficient to treat various disorders. About more than 4000 diagnosed cases of hair loss are well treated. Some cases were detailed in the present paper.A detail review of its efficiencies are explored in the paper for general as well as scientific interest
|Keywords : Hair Disorder|
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|1.||British University in Dubai||Dubai International Academic City, 345015 United Arab Emirates|
|2.||Abu Dhabi University||Abu Dhabi, 59911 United Arab Emirates|
|3.||Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB) / Leibniz-Informationszentrum Technik und Naturwissenschaften und Universitätsbibliothek||TIB Hannover Hannover, 30167 Germany|
|4.||Universitätsbibliothek J. C. Senckenberg, Zentralbibliothek (ZB)||Frankfurt/Main, 60325 Germany|
|5.||The British Library, On Demand||Wetherby, West Yorkshire, LS23 7BQ United Kingdom|
|6.||The British Library, St. Pancras||London, NW1 2DB United Kingdom|
|7.||University of Edinburgh - Main Library||Edinburgh, EH8 9LJ United Kingdom|
|8.||University of Liverpool, Sydney Jones Library||Liverpool, L69 3DA United Kingdom|
|9.||CSIR Information Services||Pretoria, 0001 South Africa|
|10.||University of the Witwatersrand Library||Johannesburg, 2001 South Africa|
|11.||Botswana International University of Science & Technology||Palapye, Botswana|
|12.||University of Cape Town Libraries||Cape Town, 7700 South Africa|
|13.||Charles Sturt University||Bathurst NSW, 2795 Australia|
|14.||Melbourne Institute of Technology (MIT)||Melbourne, AU-VI 3000 Australia|
|15.||Southern Cross University||Lismore, NSW 2480 Australia|
|16.||Torrens University||Fitzroy, AU-VI 3065 Australia|
|17.||University of Canberra Library||Canberra Act, AU-CT 2616 Australia|
|18.||Bibliothèque de l'Université du Québec à Rimouski||Rimouski, QC G5L 3A1 Canada|
|19.||Université du Québec à Chicoutimi||Chicoutimi, QC G7H 2B1 Canada|
|20.||University of Washington Libraries||Seattle, WA 98195 United States|
|21.||Université Laval, Bibliothèque||Québec, QC G1V 0A6 Canada|
|22.||Bibliothèque HEC Montréal||Montreal, QC H3T 2A7 Canada|
|23.||Bibliothèque de l'Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières||Trois-Rivières, QC G8Z 4M3 Canada|
|24.||Bishop's University Library Learning Commons||Sherbrooke, QC J1M 1Z7 Canada|
|25.||Concordia University Library||Montreal, QC H3G 1M8 Canada|
|26.||Université de Sherbrooke - Service des bibliothèques et archives||Sherbrooke, QC J1K 2R1 Canada|
|27.||Université du Québec en Abitibi-Témiscamingue||Rouyn-Noranda, QC J9X 5E5 Canada|
|28.||Université du Québec à Montréal||Montreal, QC H2L 4Y2 Canada|
|29.||cole nationale d'administration publique||Montréal, QC H2T 3E5 Canad|
|30.||Université du Québec en Outaouais||Gatineau, QC J8X 3X7 Canada|
|31.||Concordia College Library||Moorhead, MN 56562 United States|
|32.||Fitchburg State University||Fitchburg, MA 01420 United States|
|33.||Mohawk Valley Community College||Utica, NY 13501 United States|
|34.||Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute||Troy, NY 12180 United States|
|35.||University at Albany||Albany, NY 12222 United States|
|36.||Augsburg University||Minneapolis, MN 55454 United States|
|37.||Buffalo State - SUNY College at Buffalo||Buffalo, NY 14222 United States|
|38.||Central Connecticut State University||New Britain, CT 06050 United States|
|39.||City College / CUNY||New York, NY 10031 United States|
|40.||Lehman College Library||Bronx, NY 10468 United States|
|41.||Manhattan College||Bronx, NY 10471 United States|
|42.||Mansfield University of Pennsylvania||Mansfield, PA 16933 United States|
|43.||New York Institute of Tech||Old Westbury, NY 11568 United States|
|44.||Saginaw Valley State University, Zahnow||University Center, MI 48710 United States|
|45.||Bloomsburg University||Bloomsburg, PA 17815 United States|
|46.||Brooklyn College||Brooklyn, NY 11210 United States|
|47.||CUNY Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism||New York, NY 10018 United States|
|48.||CUNY The Graduate Center Library||New York, NY 10016 United State|
|49.||City University of New York||New York, NY 10021 United States|
|50.||Cleveland State University Library||Cleveland, OH 44115 United States|
|51.||College of Staten Island, CUNY||Staten Island, NY 10314 United States|
|52.||GM Library||Warren, MI 48092 United States|
|53.||Hunter College||Jacqueline Grennan Wexler Library New York, NY 10021 United States|
|54.||Idaho State University Library||Eli M.Oboler Library Pocatello, ID 83209 United States|
|55.||John Jay College of Criminal Justice Library||Lloyd George Sealy Library New York, NY 10019 United States|
|56.||Kalamazoo Valley Community College Library||Texas Township Campus Library Kalamazoo, MI 49003 United States|
|57.||Kingsborough Community College||Robert J. Kibbee Library Brooklyn, NY 11235 United States|
|58.||LaGuardia Community College Library Media Resources Center||Library Media Resources Center, Long Island City, NY 11101 United States|
|59.||Lawrence Technological University||Lawrence Tech; LTU Southfield, MI 48075 United States|
|60.||Martin Luther College||MLC Library New Ulm, MN 56073 United States|
|61.||Medgar Evers College||Charles Evans Inniss Memorial Library Brooklyn, NY 11225 United States|
|62.||Muskegon Community College||Hendrik Meijer Library Muskegon, MI 49442 United States|
|63.||Queens College||Benjamin Rosenthal Library Flushing, NY 11367 United State|
|64.||Spring Arbor University||Hugh A. and Edna C. White Library Spring Arbor, MI 49283 United States|
|65.||University of Auckland, General Library||Auckland, 1010 New Zealand|
|66.||University of Canterbury, Central Library||Christchurch, 8041 New Zealand|
|67.||University of Michigan||Ann Arbor, MI 48109 United States|
|68.||University of Sioux Falls||Mears Library Sioux Falls, SD 57105 United States|
|69.||Western Theological Seminary||Cook Library Holland, MI 49423 United States|
|70.||Beloit College Library||Beloit, WI 53511 United States|
|71.||Center for Research Libraries||Chicago, IL 60637 United States|
|72.||Divine Mercy University||Mary S. Thelen Library Sterling, VA 20166 United States|
|73.||George Mason University||Fenwick Library Fairfax, VA 22030 United States|
|74.||Hillsdale College, Mossey Library||Mossey Library, Hillsdale College Hillsdale, MI 49242 United States|
|75.||Institute for Defense Analyses Library||Alexandria, VA 22311 United States|
|76.||Iowa State University||Ames, IA 50011 United States|
|77.||Laurel Ridge Community College Learning Resource Center||Middletown, VA 22645 United States|
|78.||Marymount University||Emerson G. Reinsch Library Arlington, VA 22207 United States|
|79.||Shenandoah University||Alson H. Smith, Jr. Library Winchester, VA 22601 United States|
|80.||Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania||Shippensburg, PA 17257 United States|
|81.||Trine University||Sponsel Library Angola, IN 46703 United States|
|82.||University of Chicago Library||Chicago, IL 60637 United States|
|83.||Victoria University of Wellington, Kelburn Library||Wellington, 6012 New Zealand|
|84.||Weber State University||Stewart Library Ogden, UT 84408 United States|
|85.||West Virginia Northern Community College||Wheeling, WV 26003 United State|
|86.||West Virginia University Libraries||Morgantown, WV 26505 United States|
|87.||Wilmington University Library||New Castle, DE 19720 United States|
|88.||Youngstown State University||William F. Maag Jr. Library Youngstown, OH 44555 United States|
|89.||Antioch University Library||Yellow Springs, OH 45387 United States|
|90.||Bridgewater College||Library Services Bridgewater, VA 22812 United States|
|91.||Christendom College Libraries||St. John the Evangelist Library Front Royal, VA 22630 United States|
|92.||Eastern Virginia Medical School Library||Brickell Medical Sciences Library Norfolk, VA 23501 United States|
|93.||Fairmont State University||Ruth Ann Musick Library Fairmont, WV 26554 United States|
|94.||Grafton Library - Mary Baldwin University||Staunton, VA 24401 United States|
|95.||J Sargeant Reynolds Community College||Downtown Campus Library Richmond, VA 23228 United States|
|96.||Norfolk State University||Lyman Beecher Brooks Library Norfolk, VA 23504 United States|
|97.||Ohio State University Libraries||Columbus, OH 43210 United States|
|98.||Old Dominion University||Old Dominion University Libraries Norfolk, VA 23508 United States|
|99.||Randolph Macon College McGraw-Page Library||Ashland, VA 23005 United States|
|100.||University of Virginia||University of Virginia Libraries; University of Virginia Library; UVA Library Charlottesville, VA United States|
|101.||Virginia Commonwealth University||VCU Libraries Richmond, VA 23284 United States|
|102.||Virginia Military Institute||Preston Library Lexington, VA 24450 United States|
|103.||Virginia Wesleyan University||Hofheimer Library Virginia Beach, VA 23455 United States|
|104.||West Virginia University at Parkersburg||Parkersburg, WV 26104 United States|
|105.||Wilberforce-Payne Unified Library||Rembert E. Stokes Library and Information Commons / Reverdy C. Ransom Memorial Library Wilberforce, OH 45384 United States|
|106.||William And Mary||Williamsburg, VA 23186 United States|
|107.||Averett University||Blount Library Danville, VA 24541 United States|
|108.||Boulder Labs Library||Boulder, CO 80305 United States|
|109.||Hampden-Sydney College||Bortz Library Hampden-Sydney, VA 23943 United States|
|110.||Linda Hall Library||Kansas City, MO 64110 United States|
|111.||McDermott Library, USAF Academy||U.S. Air Force Academy Library USAF Academy, CO 80840 United States|
|112.||McKendree University||Holman Library Lebanon, IL 62254 United States|
|113.||Radford University Library||McConnell Library Radford, VA 24142 United States|
|114.||Regent University||Virginia Beach, VA 23464 United States|
|115.||Richard Bland College||South Prince George, VA 23805 United States|
|116.||Roanoke Higher Education Center||Roanoke, VA 24016 United States|
|117.||University of Colorado Boulder||Boulder, CO 80309 United States|
|118.||University of Lynchburg||Knight-Capron Library Lynchburg, VA 24501 United States|
|119.||Vincennes University||Shake Library Vincennes, IN 47591 United States|
|120.||Virginia Tech||University Libraries at Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA 24061 United States|
|121.||GTCC Libraries||Guilford Technical Community College Libraries Jamestown, NC 27282 United States|
|122.||North Carolina A&T State University, F.D. Bluford Library||Ferdinand Douglass Bluford Library Greensboro, NC 27411 United States|
|123.||North Carolina State University||Raleigh, NC 27695 United States|
|124.||University of Evansville||Evansville, IN 47722 United States|
|125.||Cumberland University||Lebanon, TN 37087 United States|
|126.||Northern New Mexico College||Espanola Campus Library Espanola, NM 87532 United States|
|127.||Northwestern Oklahoma State University Library||Alva, OK 73717 United States|
|128.||San Juan College Library||Farmington, NM 87402 United States|
|129.||University of New Mexico -Taos||Ranchos de Taos, NM 87557 United States|
|130.||University of New Mexico, Gallup Campus||Zollinger Library Gallup, NM 87301 United States|
|131.||University of New Mexico, Los Alamos||Los Alamos, NM 87544 United States|
|132.||Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library||Atlanta, GA 30314 United States|
|133.||Central New Mexico Community College Libraries||Albuquerque, NM 87106 United States|
|134.||Institute of American Indian Arts Library||Santa Fe, NM 87508 United States|
|135.||New Mexico Highlands University||Las Vegas, NM 87701 United States|
|136.||Oklahoma Christian University||Beam Library Edmond, OK 73013 United States|
|137.||Rose State College Library||Midwest City, OK 73110 United States|
|138.||Santa Fe Community College||Santa Fe, 87508 United States|
|139.||Southwestern Oklahoma State University||Al Harris Library Weatherford, OK 73096 United States|
|140.||University of New Mexico Valencia Campus Library||Valencia Campus Los Lunas, NM 87031 United States|
|141.||University of New Mexico-Main Campus||Albuquerque, NM 87131 United States|
|142.||Eastern New Mexico University||Golden Library Portales, NM 88130 United States|
|143.||Eastern New Mexico University, Roswell||Learning Resource Center Roswell, NM 88202 United States|
|144.||Eastern New Mexico University, Ruidoso Branch Library||Ruidoso Branch Community College Library Ruidoso, NM 88345 United States|
|145.||New Mexico Institute of Mining & Technology||NMT Joseph R. Skeen Library; Skeen Library; NMT Library Socorro, NM 87801 United States|
|146.||Saint Leo University||Daniel A. Cannon Memorial Library Saint Leo, FL 33574 United States|
|147.||Texas A&M University-Central Texas||A&M-Central Texas Killeen, TX 76549 United States|
|148.||University of South Florida||Tampa, FL 33620 United States|
|149.||Florida Memorial University||Nathan W. Collier Library Miami Gardens, FL 33054 United States|
|150.||St. Thomas University Law Library||Miami Gardens, FL 33054 United States|
|151.||Texas A&M University-San Antonio||San Antonio, TX 78224 United States|
|152.||Texas Southern University||Library Learning Center Houston, TX 77004 United States|
|153.||Sistema de Bibliotecas, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras||San Juan, PR 00931 United States|
|154.||Texas A&M International University||Laredo, TX 78041 United States|
|155.||Universidad de Puerto de Cayey||Biblioteca Victor M. Pons Gil Cayey, 00737-2230 Puerto Rico|
|156.||Universidad de San Andrés||Biblioteca Max von Buch Buenos Aires, 1644 Argentina|
|157.||Universidad de las Americas||Quito, Ecuador|
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There is no page limit for manuscript. Long research articles and extensive reviews are also published by our journal.
Manuscripts are sent for peer review to independent reviewers/ academic editors. Author must have sent the list of 2-5 suggested reviewers along with the manuscript. Criteria followed for suggested reviewers/ academic editors is as follows: They must not be from the same organisation and not have publication with the authors & co-authors of a manuscript.
Statement of Human and Animal Rights
In the research work where human subjects or material were involved, all authors should clearly declare that entire experiment work was done as per ethical standards of the responsible committee on human experimentation (both institutional and national) and with the Helsinki Declaration of 1975, as revised in 2000 and 2008. In case of animal experiments, authors should clearly reveal that all experimental procedures were done according to institutional and national guidelines for animal care and laboratory use.
Statement of Informed Consent
Patients have a right to privacy that should not be infringed without informed consent. Identifying information, including patients' names, initials, or hospital numbers, should not be published in written descriptions, photographs, and pedigrees unless the information is essential for scientific purposes and the patient (or parent or guardian) provides written informed consent for publication. Authors should also identify individuals who provide writing assistance and disclose the funding source for this assistance. Identifying details should be omitted if they are not essential. Complete anonymity is difficult to achieve; however, informed consent should be obtained if there is any doubt. For example, masking the eye region in photographs of patients is inadequate to ensure anonymity. If identifying characteristics are altered to protect the patient, such as in genetic pedigrees, authors should guarantee that alterations do not distort scientific meaning.
Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement
Editors are responsible for taking the decision to publish a submitted manuscript on the basis of quality, originality, scope and relevance. Editor and editorial staff will maintain the necessary confidentiality of the manuscript and will not use it for any other purpose.
Reviewers should screen the manuscript for various quality parameters and provide the relevant comments to the editors, which helps them in decision making. Reviewers must carefully check the literature citation, writing quality, experiment setup and scientific relevance of results. A special emphasis will be given on plagiarism checking of manuscript. Reviewers will also maintain the necessary confidentiality of the manuscript and will not use it for any other purpose. Conflicts of interest regarding collaboration with authors of submitted manuscript must be disclosed to the editor, and then excluded from the review process.
Manuscript submitted to our journal should not be published in any other journal, and also not currently under consideration by another journal. The manuscript must be approved by all the co-authors for their scientific contents and submission for publication in the journal.
Authors should provide the details of their experimental work so that others may replicate the experiments. Authors should prepare their raw data and submit it to editors/reviewers upon request.
Any kind of fraud or unethical practices like Fabrication/ Falsification of Data, Plagiarism, Unacceptable Author Contribution, Citation Manipulation, Concurrent Submissions, and Redundant Publications are totally unacceptable. All authors must give a clear statement that no unethical practices are involved in this research work. All authors have a responsibility to disclose the conflicts of interests and financial support for work, if any.
After publication of the manuscript, if any error is found in research work, the chief-editor should be immediately informed. After deep discussion with the research team, the manuscript will be corrected or even withdrawn.
Literature source for ethical standard
- Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE). Code of Conduct and Best-Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.
- Graf C, Wager E, Bowman A, Fiack S, Scott-Lichter D, Robinson A. Best Practice Guidelines on Publication Ethics: a publisher's perspective. Int J Clin Pract Suppl. 2007 Jan;61(152):1-26.
- International Committee of Medical Journal Editors. Uniform Requirements for Manuscripts Submitted to Biomedical Journals: Writing and Editing for Biomedical Publication. 2006.
- American Psychological Association. Ethical Principles of Psychologists and Code of Conduct, Section 8 ‘Research and Publication’.
- American Chemical Society. Ethical Guidelines.