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Antioxidant Potential of Quercetin: Remarkable Protection Against Hypercholesterolemia in Rats  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 26 (11-20 September) 2014, Pages: 4382-4391

Aims: To explore protective role of the antioxidant flavonoid quercetin (QE) towards experimentally-induced atherosclerosis in rats. Study Design and Methodology: This study was carried out during Feb. 2014. Experimental atherosclerosis in rats was i...

Assessment of a long-acting Reversible Contraceptive Insertion Training Program OMIT: A Questionnaire Survey  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 26 (11-20 September) 2014, Pages: 4373-4381

Introduction: Before launching an etonogestrel subcutaneous implant on the Australian market, a training programme for health care providers (HCPs) was designed, and endorsed by both the Royal Australian New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynae...

Factors Correlating with Severity of Coronary Artery Disease in Type 2 Diabetic Patients on Treatment for More Than 5 Years  ...

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 26 (11-20 September) 2014, Pages: 4364-4372

Aims: To evaluate the correlation between insulin resistance and other conventional risk factors with respect to severity of coronary artery disease (CAD) in patients with more than 5 years of treatment for type 2 diabetes mellitus. Study Design: Cr...

Detection of Basal Cell Carcinoma–a Guide Line for General Practitioners in Dentistry  

British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 26 (11-20 September) 2014, Pages: 4352-4363

Basal cell carcinoma or BCC, is a malignant epithelial tumor of the skin, usually seen in the head and neck. Most BCCs are slowly growing and behave in a relatively benign, nonaggressive fashion, but a few of them grow rapidly and infiltrates the str...

Role of Natural Essential Oils in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Preservation  

Journal of Scientific Research and Reports, Volume: 3, Issue: 14 (16-31 July) 2014, Pages: 1843-1860

Research on humans, animals or plants about anti-inflammatory, anticancer, antiviral, repellent, antibacterial, antifungal or antioxidant activities of the essential oils corroborated the biological characteristics of aromatic plants and their use si...

Computational Basis for Human Relations  

Advances in Research, Volume: 2, Issue: 10 (October) 2014, Pages: 528-542

In this paper, we present a seminal step into the “science of social programming” for computer and communication systems. Most human relations though frail and fragile, have scientific basis and methodology that are programmable behind t...

Some Theoretical Results of Learning Theory Based on Intuitionistic Fuzzy Random Samples  

British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science, Volume: 4, Issue: 15 (01-15 August) 2014, Pages: 2197-2216

In this paper, we discuss the statistical learning theory based on intuitionistic fuzzy random sample. First of all, we introduce the definition of intuitionistic fuzzy number intuitionistic fuzzy random variables. Secondly, we give some properties o...

Regional Energy Play Creates Potential Global Impact  

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 22 (01-10 August) 2014, Pages: 3248-3262

Energy has always been the essential, life-sustaining medium of exchange, in contrast to the notion that symbols of a monetary system, the effectiveness of influence peddling or even the application of force truly impact and direct social development...

Fabrication of Energy Efficient Improvised Incubator  

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 22 (01-10 August) 2014, Pages: 3237-3247

Aims: The paper presents the design, working and testing of an energy efficient improvised incubator, a general purpose heating and cooling equipment designed to maintain a constant temperature in the range of 5ºC to 50ºC. Study Design: D...

Interval-Valued 2-Tuple Prioritized Aggregation Operators and Their Application to Multiple Attribute Group Decision Making  ...

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 22 (01-10 August) 2014, Pages: 3217-3236

This paper presents interval-valued 2-tuple prioritized aggregation operators for handling problems involving multiple attribute group decision making, where a prioritization relationship exists between attributes and decision makers. We first develo...

Analyzing Water Resource Issues in the State of Mississippi  

British Journal of Applied Science & Technology, Volume: 4, Issue: 22 (01-10 August) 2014, Pages: 3179-3216

Aims: The paper assesses water resource issues in the state of Mississippi using GIS mapping. Study Design: Adopted a mixscale appoach. Methodology: The aproach is applied to GIS and primary data connected to descriptive statisti...

Herbal Drug Development from Traditional Formulations: Refocusing Pharmaceutics and Posology for Accelerated Validation  ...

British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (15-30 June) 2014, Pages: 1451-1476

Background: The World Health Organization (WHO) recommended that the toxicity data of a traditional medicine (TM) product that has been in use for 20 years or more without untoward effects should be determined, as the first step in its research and d...

Diversity, Utility, Analytical Methods and Use Implications of Aroma-active Compounds from Select Angiosperm Families  ...

European Journal of Medicinal Plants, Volume: 4, Issue: 9 (September) 2014, Pages: 1046-1086

Introduction: An “aroma-active compound” (AAC) has a “flavor”- ie: a “distinct taste and odor”. An example is menthol. All aromatic plants (APs), including some medicinal plants, such as Mentha×piperita (Fami...

Comparative Effect of Pig Manure and NPK Fertilizer on Agronomic Performance of Tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill)  ...

American Journal of Experimental Agriculture, Volume: 4, Issue: 11 (November) 2014, Pages: 1330-1338

Field experiments were performed to investigate the effectiveness of pig manure (PG) used alone and combined with NPK fertilizer on nutrients composition, growth and yield of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.). Treatments were replicated three ti...

The Unanticipated Challenges Facing Small-Business Owners in the UAE  

British Journal of Economics, Management & Trade, Volume: 4, Issue: 10 (October) 2014, Pages: 1577-1584

Aims: The purpose of this research paper is to explore the most critical unanticipated challenges facing business people in the UAE and to explore ideas and strategies to overcome these problems. Study Design: Semi-structured interview. Place and D...

Social Isolation within Family: An Analysis of Old Age Citizens  

British Journal of Education, Society & Behavioural Science, Volume: 4, Issue: 9 (September) 2014, Pages: 1300-1311

Aims: The present study aimed to identify the factors of social isolation among aged males and females within their families. Study Design: The mixed approach technique was applied in the present research. Place and Duration of Study: The present ...

Effect of Annealing Process on Porous Aluminium Filled with Graphite  

Physical Science International Journal, Volume: 4, Issue: 7 (September) 2014, Pages: 1040-1049

Thermal properties of porous thin films formed by anodization of thin aluminum films in sulfuric acid. The obtained pores at the surface are filled by sprayed graphite which the role is to improving its optical and thermal absorption giving a structu...

Evaluation of Certain Blood and Biochemical Changes of Nile Catfish (Clarias gariepinus) Exposed to Mercuric Chloride with Particular Reference to Erythrocyte Morphological Anomalies  ...

International Blood Research & Reviews, Volume: 2, Issue: 5 (September-October) 2014, Pages: 222-234

Sub-lethal toxicity of mercuric chloride (0.0002, 0.002, 0.02mg/L) in Nile catfish (Clarias gariepinus) after long-term (14 days) of exposure in the present study was investigated by measurement of some selective hematological and biochemical paramet...

Glutathione: Glutathione Sulfide Redox Imbalance in Early Impaired Fasting Glucose  

Cardiology and Angiology: An International Journal, Volume: 2, Issue: 4 (October-December) 2014, Pages: 223-229

Aim: The current study aims to examine the balance between glutathione and glutathione sulfide and how this was disturbed in patients with impaired fasting glucose (IFG) level. The study also included 8-hydroxy-2’-deoxyguanosine to provide a mo...

Morphology, Functional and Pasting Properties of Ginger Starches Prepared by Four Different Drying Methods  ...

British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, Volume: 4, Issue: 12 (15-30 June) 2014, Pages: 1439-1450

Aim: This study aims at providing information on the morphology, physico-chemical and pasting properties of the ginger starches prepared by air drying, oven drying, freeze drying and microwave drying methods with a view to improving their utilization...

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