Jun 15, 2017

Austin Environmental Sciences

Impact of Brewing Time on Heavy Metal Leaching in Black Tea from South India

Abstract: To evaluate the benefit of consuming agricultural products with purported health benefits, risks associated with toxicants such as heavy metals must also be considered. Black tea leaves from south India....

Jun 15, 2017

Austin Journal of Clinical Neurology

Plasma Growth Factors in Neuronal Regeneration

Abstract: In mammals, the injured axons of the nerves do not regenerate. Often the functional recovery is incomplete. There is growing evidence in both preclinical and clinical studies that indicate that autologous growth factors have an important potential adjuvant therapeutic. Through the feedback of....

Jun 14, 2017

Austin Journal of Anatomy

Von Economo Neurons in Indian Green Ring Neck Parrot (Psittacula Krameri): Possible Role in Vocal Learning

Abstract: Only a few vertebrates communicate acoustically, notably the three birds' group - songbirds, hummingbirds, and parrots; and some mammals - cetaceans, bats, elephants, seals, and hominids are able to produce elaborate patterns of vocalization......

Jun 14, 2017

Chronic Diseases - International

Distribution and Morphological Pattern of Intracranial Aneurysm in Patient with Subarachnoid Haemorrhage in a Tertiary Care Hospital of Bangladesh

Abstract: A cross-sectional observational study was carried out to evaluate the distribution and morphological anatomy of cerebral vessels in patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage in the department of neurology, Dhaka....

Jun 14, 2017

Journal of Dental Applications

A Comparative Evaluation of the Efficacy of Disinfectants on Patient Derived Irreversible Hydrocolloid Impressions and their Effect on the Dimensional Accuracy of the Impression Material

Abstract: Purpose: Assessing the efficacy of disinfectants on irreversible hydrocolloid impressions and their effect on the dimensional accuracy....

Jun 14, 2017

Austin Endocrinology and Diabetes Case Reports

Acupuncture Prevents Type II Diabetes and Foot Injured Caused Consequence of Complexity: Case Report

Abstract: Type II (TII) diabetes therapy is an economic and scientific global health challenge. Despite advances made in conventional diabetic treatment for varied stages of disease, these treatments still cannot prevent diabetic complications....

Jun 14, 2017

Annals of Yoga and Physical Therapy

Acupuncture Effects on the Stress Level in Administrative Workers

Abstract: Introduction: Acupuncture has been growing in clinical practice with the aim of reducing the stress. However, there is a lack of studies proving their benefits.....

Jun 13, 2017

Austin Pancreatic Disorders

Optimizing EGFR Targeted Therapy in Pancreatic Cancer

Abstract: Pancreatic cancer is one of the major causes of cancer related death in the western hemisphere. Despite years of research effort, advanced disease remains incurable with median survival of less than a year.....

Jun 13, 2017

Austin Pancreatic Disorders

Urban Air Pollution and Type 1 Diabetes: There is Still a Long Way to Go

Abstract: Immune-mediated Type 1 diabetes is characterized by permanent insulin deficiency and absolute requirement for insulin replacement therapy. Autoimmune destruction of beta cells has been related to multiple genetic predispositions and poorly defined environmental determinants.....

Jun 13, 2017

Austin Pancreatic Disorders

Should we Screen for Pancreatic Cancer?

Abstract: Pancreatic cancer is a highly devastating disease which (when early and properly diagnosed) can be curable with surgical resection. Nevertheless, most of the patients with pancreatic cancer....

Jun 13, 2017

Austin Neurology & Neurosciences

Transcriptome Analysis of Rotenone Induced Neurotoxicity in Enriched Rat Primary Ventral Mesencephalic Neurons

Abstract: Rotenone induced neurotoxicity is being widely investigated in relation to Parkinson's Disease (PD). However the crucial molecular mechanisms involved in rotenone induced PD still remains elusive.....

Jun 09, 2017

Austin Neurology & Neurosciences

Comparative Electrophysiological Study of Word Reading in French: Does the P1-N1 Temporal Window Reveal a Neurodevelopmental Anomaly?

Abstract: Event-Related Potentials (ERPs) permit to study neuronal specialization during reading acquisition. The N170 wave was previously shown to be a surrogate of the fine tuning of reading in adults and adolescents as well....

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