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Shampoos are Ever-Evolving!

A major part of our personal care and beauty kit are hair products, in which shampoos top the list. I remember my elders telling how limited they were in terms of choosing what to use to keep their hair clean and healthy. Even some told they used soaps which were essentially for body only. But instead they used natural and homemade things like yoghurt, eggs, variety of oils and, in cases, vinegar as well to wash their hair.


Today is a changed scenario, as we have a wide range of shampoos which come with all these various natural products included into the formula. They are customized so much now that for every type of hair, there is a shampoo on the shelf. But how would you know what actually is the difference between the different colored shampoo bottles we are made to choose from?

Researchers from Department of Pharmacy, Galgotias University, India, have published a detailed study on various shampoo types for you in their research paper, Advancement in Shampoo (A Dermal Care Product): Preparation Methods, Patents and Commercial Utility, published in Recent Patents on Inflammation & Allergy Drug Discovery.

Active free trials in the Universities/Libraries around the world!

Università degli Studi di Perugia, Italy

University of Perugia (Italian Università degli Studi di Perugia) is a public-owned university based in Perugia, Italy. It was founded in 1308, as attested by the Bull issued by Pope Clement V certifying the birth of the Studium Generale.

With its 11 faculties and a vast selection of first and second level and single cycle degree programs, the University of Perugia offers its main courses in Perugia and Terni, and specialized programs throughout the Umbria region in the cities of Assisi, Città di Castello, Foligno, Orvieto, and Spoleto. Its research programs are conducted by 29 departments with a total of 1,200 full-time staff. The University’s activities also include 25 service organizations and research centers as well as 11 libraries with rich collections and equipment.

University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

The University of KwaZulu-Natal or UKZN is a university with five campuses in the province of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. It was formed on 1 January 2004 after the merger between the University of Natal and the University of Durban-Westville.

The university is governed in accordance with the Higher Education Act of 1997, and its constitution is specified in the Statute of the University of KwaZulu-Natal, as approved by the South African Minister of Education and the Parliament of South Africa. The university is made up of four colleges, which are in turn made up of several schools. In most cases, a subdivision is spread across one or more of the university’s campuses. For example, the Chemistry is in both the Pietermaritzburg and Westville campuses.


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Highlighted Article Flyer for the journal “Current Proteomics”

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Testimonial by Dr. Kamal Usef Sadek!

Dr Kamal Usef

Dr. Kamal Usef Sadek

Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science,

Minia University, El-Minia 61519, Egypt 

Contributed Article: Zn(L-Proline)2: An Efficient and Recyclable Catalytic System for the Asymmetric Multicomponent Synthesis of 2-Amino-4H-Chromenes in Water under Controlled Microwave Heating

New Issue ::: CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 15 Issue 6

CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets aims to cover all the latest and outstanding developments on the medicinal chemistry, pharmacology, molecular biology, genomics and biochemistry of contemporary molecular targets involved in neurological and central nervous system (CNS) disorders e.g. disease specific proteins, receptors, enzymes, genes.

CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets publishes guest edited thematic issues written by leaders in the field covering a range of current topics of CNS & neurological drug targets. The journal also accepts for publication original research articles, letters, reviews and drug clinical trial studies.

As the discovery, identification, characterization and validation of novel human drug targets for neurological and CNS drug discovery continues to grow; this journal is essential reading for all pharmaceutical scientists involved in drug discovery and development.

Articles from the journal CNS & Neurological Disorders – Drug Targets, 15 Issue 6

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A very Happy Birthday to Professor Ignacio Anegon!

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Editor-in-Chief: Current Gene Therapy

Prof. Ignacio Anegon

INSERM UMR 643, CHU de Nantes. 30,

boulevard Jean Monnet. 44093 Nantes France

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Editors Choice Article – “Drivers’ Visual Scanning Impairment Under the Influences of Alcohol and Distraction: A Literature Review”

Journal: Current Drug Abuse Reviews

Author(s): Brook Shiferaw, Con Stough and Luke Downey

cdarAbstract: Alcohol intoxication and distraction are two of the leading factors associated with impaired driving and fatalities, especially among younger drivers. However, it is currently unclear how these conditions affect mechanisms of visual attention considered essential for driving. The present article first reviews the literature to provide an overview of visual attention as it relates to driving. Secondly, the effects of alcohol and distraction on neurocognitive mechanisms of visual attention are summarised to provide a background which informs discussion of selected driving studies. Visual scanning impairment is identified as a consequence of both alcohol and distraction. Thus, experimental studies combining the use of simulated driving and eye tracking technologies are selected and critically reviewed to assess the relationship between eye movements and driving errors as possible indicators of visual scanning impairment. Seven of the eight studies selected investigated the effects of distraction while only one addressed alcohol. Evaluation of these studies suggests that distraction may affect visual scanning by increasing cognitive load which interferes with visual processing. The evidence for effects of alcohol on drivers’ visual scanning capacity is currently scarce due to the lack of research with a specific focus on impairments of eye movement in intoxicated drivers. Lack of consistency between studies is identified as a current issue which makes it difficult to compare the results of different studies. Finally, we note that our strict selection of driving studies to avoid greater disparity between them is a limitation of the present review.

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