-Effect of disinfection by spray atomization on dimensional accuracy of condensational silicone impressions Background and aims: The condensational silicone impression materials are available, but there is little knowledge of its accuracy after disinfection. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of the disinfection by spray atomization on dimensional accuracy of condensational silicone impressions. Material and methods: Impressions were made on a stainless steel master model...
Collagens are major extracellular structural proteins accounting for around 25% of proteins in humans. They are found in connective tissues and are a key ingredient of skin, tendons, bones and cartilage. The role of collagen fibres in the extracellular matrix of tissues could be compared to that of cellulose in plant cell walls and the steel bars of reinforced concrete. They act as a tissue scaffolding e.g. in basement membranes, provide tensile strength, facilitate cell adhesion as well as...
Cardiovascular disease remains the single leading cause of death in the diabetic patient. The identification and treatment of dyslipidemia is a critical component of ongoing efforts to prevent the development and progression of atherosclerotic disease. Dyslipidemia contributes to the increased risk of cardiovascular disease in diabetes due to the multifactorial etiology of CVD in diabetes and management can no longer focus on monotherapy alone. Clinical trials demonstrate the effectiveness of...
Biosynthesis of proteins is under direct control of DNA in most cases or else under the control of genetic RNA where DNA is absent. Information for structure of a polypeptide is stored in a polynucleotide chain (Gupta, 2007). Sequences of bases in a particular segment of a polypeptide chain will determine the sequence of amino acids in a particular polypeptide (Gupta, 2007). The relationship popularly known as central dogma explains how protein synthesis is controlled by nucleic acids. There...
The selection of most appropriate Demand Side Management techniques is perhaps the most crucial question both the supplier and the consumer face. The problem is difficult since the number of available DSM techniques-from which to select is so large. In addition, the relative attractiveness of alternative techniques depends upon specific utility characteristics such as load shape, peak demand, duration of peak, consumer mix, load characteristics etc. [7, 4 and 9]. The following are the DSM...
Introduction Since the mid-nineteenth century as the understanding of evolution began, from Darwin's ground-breaking theory of natural selection in 1859 through to the modern day, the idea of evolution has been one surrounded in controversy. Its implications can be felt throughout the scientific and theological worlds with evidence for our evolutionary history arguably challenging many religious beliefs about our purpose and origin. Alongside widespread objections to evolutionary sciences, even...
Our results confirmed the associations of CAN with duration of diabetes and poorer glycemic control. The natural progression of CAN is insidious and the symptoms are miscellaneous and manifesting at a relatively late stage. ...which is often ignored by physicians due to its insidious onset, and not routinely tested in most diabetic clinics. The reported prevalence of CAN varies greatly depend­ing on the criteria used to identify CAN and the studied population. In a large cohort of patients...
In this assignment we will be looking at the "morphology and function of the nucleus" and we will look at the history of who first noticed the nucleus and how we developed our knowledge on it. We will also look at what the nucleus is and how it works, and within that we will explain the different parts and functions the parts. We are also going to look were it is found and what we find it in, as well as showing what it looks like before we conclude of what we think about the nucleus....
As we all know that India is agriculture based country still 76 of economy based on agriculture. And farmers use the chemical fertilizer which slowly with time spoil the quality of crops and fertility of soil. The continuous use of chemical fertilizer increasing the toxic chemical level in crops and these types of crop consumption can also lead to various chronicle diseases and allergic reactions. So, for safe heath and better quality of food we have biofertilizes. Bio-fertilizers are contain...
DNA sequencing technology has evolved very rapidly since its inception in the 1970s, and continues to evolve and grow today. This paper will review the major innovations and developments in sequencing technology and briefly summarize their methodologies. The first group that was able to sequence DNA was the team of Allan Maxam and Walter Gilbert (Maxam and Gilbert). This was a first generation sequencing reaction, and was developed in 1976-1977. This method uses purified DNA and relies on...