Cient Periodique

Etymology

‘Cient’ with the meaning Scientific

‘Periodique’ carries the meaning of Periodical i.e., a Journal publishing articles at regular intervals.

We are working with a desire to excel the name of Cient Periodique that becomes possible with the association of active researchers and potential authors on a single platform. Our Editorial Board also consists of highly acclaimed personalities with an eminence in various fields. They always give their best to explore scientific research and bring those wonders to a computer or mobile screen near you!


Vision

We are committed to promoting your research as widely as we can and providing as much visibility and exposure for your article as possible. We also ensure your research is easy to find, making your ideas and knowledge accessible to other researchers, communities and institutions around the world.


Mission

Cient Periodique is born with a mission of inviting scholars to join us for a healthy community. We wish to make access to information simpler, even though we have only recently started offering our services. We work with a motto to partner up with several scholars across the globe and provide easier access to their publications through our services. We always look for more scholars who would use our services to enhance the reach of their work.

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Adult Congenital Heart Disease Units: A Need for Attention in Congenital Heart Diseases Around the World

John Jairo Araujo
Congenital heart disease (CHD) is the most frequent malformation. In the most recent data has a prevalence of thirteen cases per 1,000 children and six cases per 1,000 adults [1]. Nowadays more adults are living with CHD than children, especially in developed countries, and over 85%, fall into the categories of moderate and high complexity defects according to the 2001 Bethesda classification [2]. Great strides in pediatric cardiovascular surgery [...] READ MORE
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Effects of Prosopis Juliflora on Soil Microbial and Other Pathogenic Activities: A Review Paper

Wakshum Shiferaw Gemeda
This paper was aims to assess the effects of Prosopis juliflora (Sw.) DC (P.juliflora) on the abundance, composition, and activity of soil microbial and pathogenic communities, and their effect of these soil communities on beneficiary plant species. P.juliflora is effective in increasing the total mycorrhizal colonization of roots and reducing heavy metals such as Cadmium (Cd) levels in plants. Results depicted that int [...] READ MORE
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Will the Elderly Benefit from a Fruit and Vegetable Nutritional Program? The Case of Vitamin C and Bone Health

Ray Marks
Fractures and their causative and repair mechanisms have been topics subject to various forms of investigation for several decades. In both instances, and as populations age, preventing and treating bone fractures and a possible role for vitamin C in both these processes has received increasing attention in the recent literature, but with little mainstream practice application. This mini review examines whether vitamin C is of potential relevance [...] READ MORE
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The Importance of Inflammation in Medicine

Maria Benito
Inflammation is a constant companion in mostly all pathologies known. Traditionally, there were some diseases considered inflammatory such as inflammatory arthropaties or respiratory diseases. Today however, we know that almost all pathologies involve inflammation -dysregulation of inflammatory mechanisms- at some stage. Although inflammation is a beneficial process designed to eradicate threats to the organism, a dysregulation of the magnitude o [...] READ MORE
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Neurotherapy: Regeneration of Myelin Sheath by Utilizing Stem Cell Therapy

Omar ElFar
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic inflammatory disorder of the central nervous system. It affects the brain and spinal cord nerves that send messages throughout the body. In MS, the immune system attacks myelin, a sheath-like membrane that covers and protects your nerves. It also can damage the actual nerves. The method used to treat Multiple Sclerosis is Qualitative method because it depends more on observa [...] READ MORE
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Orphan Drugs: Incentive Measures, Acquisition Procedures and Problematic Hypotheses Maria Carmen Agnello

Maria Carmen Agnello
The article analyses the set of measures put in place at different levels of regulation and programming to ensure a fair distribution of orphan drugs compared to the increasing diversification of rare diseases. These measures are preventive in supporting research and production in abandoned pharmaceutical sectors, as they are not profitable. At the same time, safety measures had to be taken not only to monitor but also to assess the costs and ben [...] READ MORE
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Ruminant (“Koser”) Animals Microbiome

Shatzmiller Shimon* & Rami Krieger
In the USA, 42 percent of agricultural emissions come from animal agriculture. Two-thirds of those gases are directly emitted by ruminants: animals like cows, buffalo and sheep that use bacteria in their stomachs to ferment food. That allows them to eat foods, like grasses, that humans can’t.
The rumen microbiota, i.e., the community of microorganisms that inhabits the rumen, is characterized by its high population density, extensive di [...] READ MORE
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Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) in Cancer: Review Article

Gehan Abdel Naser Abdel Rahman
Background
Cancer is one of the major heterogeneous disease with high morbidity and mortality with poor prognosis. Elevated levels of reactive oxygen species (ROS), alteration in redox balance, and deregulated redox signaling are common hallmarks of cancer progression and resistance to treatment. Mitochondria contribute mainly in the generation of ROS [...] READ MORE
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Delayed Neuropsychiatric Sequelae and Neuroimaging Findings as a Result of Carbon Monoxide Acute Poisoning and/or Chronic Intoxication

Thomas Chatzintounas
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, nonirritant gas that accounts for numerous cases of CO poisoning every year. CO intoxication is produced by a variety of sources of incomplete combustion of hydrocarbons, such as poorly functioning or indoor propane-powered heating systems, indoor burning of charcoal burning briquettes and gasoline-powered generators that are not placed in appropriate locations. The initial symptoms are nonspecific, [...] READ MORE
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Phase I Clinical Trials in the Era of Immunotherapy

James Kuo, C.
Immunotherapy has changed the landscape of cancer care and has become the most promising area of cancer research over the recent years. Various stakeholders anticipate a rapid-fire development of immuneoncology (IO) agents and an accelerated regulatory approval timeline has been modernized with, most notably, the breakthrough therapy designation by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in July 2012. Once bi [...] READ MORE
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Highlights


Cient Periodique is a ‘Gold’ open access publisher that aspires to offer absolute free, unrestricted access to the valuable research information

We welcome all the eminent authors to submit your valuable paper

Cient Periodique invites the participation of honourable Editors and Authors

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