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Hence Proved, Human Brains Are Not Just Enlarged Mouse Brains; “Rosehip Neurons” the Unique Brain Cell in Cerebral Cortex That Makes Us Human


Abstract: Rosehip Neurons: An international group of scientists reported a rosy discovery. They found a new neuron which was never described before. What makes it unique is that these neuronal brain cell with its exclusive gene expressions, [...] READ MORE

22 April 2019

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Carcass Characteristics of Wad Rams Fed Ensiled Maize Forage and Mucuna Pruriens Foliage


Abstract: The primary purpose of raising ruminants is for meat production. However, meat production from the West African dwarf rams is far from optimal. Therefore, the present study focused on the carcass characteristics of West African dwarf (WAD) rams fed ensiled Maize Forage (MF) and Mucuna pruriens foliage (MPF) was assessed. [...] READ MORE

22 April 2019

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Vitamin D Status in Saudis with Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes


Abstract: Background: Vitamin D deficiency and insufficiency are common in youth; especially in youth with type 1 diabetes (T1DM) and type 2 diabetes (T2DM). This study was conducted to determine vitamin D status among Saudi patients with T1DM and T2DM. [...] READ MORE

22 April 2019

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Metal Contaminated Turmeric: A Threat to Human Health


Abstract: Turmeric (Curcuma longa L) is perennial herb belongs to Zingiberaceae family and distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical regions around the world. From centuries, the powder rhizome of turmeric is widely used in foods for coloring agent and spice by virtue of its pleasant aroma and yellowish orange color. [...] READ MORE

18 April 2019

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Bilateral Subepithelial Connective Tissue Grafts in the Treatment of Gingival Recession: Case Report


Abstract: Gingival recessions can present aesthetic problems, root hypersensitivity, root caries and cervical abrasion and can difficult the plaque control. It can be treated by several periodontal plastic surgery technics, such as subepithelial tissue grafts. Periodontal plastic surgery aims root coverage and can improve keratinized mucosa. [...] READ MORE

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Monoterpenes -A Class of Terpenoid Group of Natural Products as a Source of Natural Antidiabetic Agents in the Future -A Review


Abstract: Monoterpenes are natural products from the terpenoid class and get synthesized with the use of mevalonic acid. They have small molecular weight and are nonpolar in nature, which, makes them the most large components of essential oils that are mostly considered to have some antioxidant and antimicrobial effects at quiet a large concentration. [...] READ MORE

17 April 2019

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Chest Pain Is Not Banal Health Problem


Chest pain is a common symptom. Some of the causes of chest pain are banal, like pain after a mild injury or pain in the muscles and joints of the chest. On the other hand, some pains are lifethreatening, such as a heart attack or aortic rupture. Pain is considered a fundamental challenge in medicine, and almost every day people have experience with pain. [...] READ MORE

16 April 2019

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Novel Food Packaging Based on Naturally-Plasticized Poly (Lactic Acid) for Enhanced Nutritional Storage


Abstract: In order to contribute to sustainable development, alternatives to fuel-based polymers must be employed. Poly (lactic acid) (PLA) is a common natural polymer that is currently used in food packaging applications but with limited applicability due to its poor mechanical behavior (high elastic modulus and low elongation at break). [...] READ MORE

15 April 2019

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An Overview of Anticoagulants


Abstract: Anticoagulant therapy remains the mainstay of medical therapy and prevention of venous thromboembolic disease for many years. The use of traditional anticoagulants is required to strict laboratory control of their efficiency in terms of both insufficient and excessive dosage. [...] READ MORE

15 April 2019