Physical Chem & Bio Physics

Physical Chemistry & Biophysics

Influence of Bromine on Squirrel

Organobromine is a compound which contain carbon that binds to bromine atom. These cannot be synthesized biologically but are available naturally. Mammals do not require this organobromide. This compound occurs naturally in sea snails Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 01/02/2013 at 04:00

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Ovarian Follicular Selection in Multiscale Modelling

In mammals, at each ovarian cycles the number of ovulations are determined at the terminal phase of development of follicles with the help of a controlled process called follicle selection. This process of selection takes place on different levels and scales of gonadotropic axis Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 16/01/2013 at 04:10

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Effect of Electrically Conductive Nanoparticles on Cancer Cells

Nanoparticles are too big to get into the healthy tissue through normal blood vessels but are in enough size to pass through the damaged blood vessels that leaves the path into the tumor tissue and kills them. However other parts tumor acquire resistance Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 01/12/2012 at 01:56

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Late Stages Inhibition of Hepadnavirus Replication on Modifying Cell Penetrating Peptides

The cell penetrating peptides which are cationic in nature and their conjugates with lipid domains are used for the delivery of biological active molecules which are uncharged into the cell. It was discovered that lipid domain conjugates of cationic peptides has the Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 28/11/2012 at 03:26

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Segregation of Topological and Protein Complexed DNA Variants in Microfluidic Chip Format

The detection, segregation and purification of complexed DNA variants are necessary in every fields like cancer therapy, medical diagnostics, molecular medicine technologies etc. The novel microfluidic device is used for the efficient detection, Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 24/11/2012 at 02:17

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Falcipain of Plasmodiun Falciparum and its Vaccine Potential

Falcipain is a Cysteine protease which is a drug target for antimalarial chemotherapy in Plasmodium falciparum Studies on cysteine proteases revealed that it has a role in hemoglobin hydrolysis. Falcipain is one such cysteine protease Read more…

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Posted by pravallika - 01/11/2012 at 02:19

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