Aichi Medical University, Japan
Aichi Medical University designs the productive educational and research environment where it brings up human resource who leads the new age medical care, and doctors and nurses who can lead the next generations.
Clermont University, Université Blaise Pascal, France
Adjacent to the largest natural park in France, Clermont-Ferrand is the capital of the Auvergne Region. Major companies (Michelin, Limagrain, Volvic, etc.) contribute to the economic growth of the city which counts 35,000 students.
Being the world capital of short films and city of reference in terms of modern music (the Cooperative de May music venue), Clermont-Ferrand offers a wide variety of cultural events. With such an environment Blaise Pascal University provides an ideal context to the students wishing to study in one of our major training and research areas: sciences and technologies; literature, languages and arts; human and social sciences; physical and sports activities sciences and techniques.
Pharma International, Jordon
Pharma International Company (PIC) is a leading biopharmaceutical corporation dedicated to developing, manufacturing and commercializing quality branded generic medications that improve health outcomes, cost of care and the wellbeing of patients across the Middle East and Africa (MEA).
Since its establishment in Jordan in 1994, it has cultivated a thriving culture of innovation, amply demonstrated by the depth and breadth of its product portfolio of over 200 products spanning across key therapeutic classes, including Anti-infectives, Nervous System, Respiratory System, Cardio Vascular and Lifestyle conditions. Its relentless focus on quality and the wellbeing of patients it touches the lives of has allowed it to emerge as one of the fastest growing companies in Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Jordan, and enjoys an enviable market presence in over 25 markets across the Levant, the GCC, Africa and parts of Eastern Europe.
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Michele Freppaz, Gianluca Filippa, Giuseppe Corti, Stefania Cocco, Mark W. Williams and Ermanno Zanini
Abstract: Much of the surface area in mountain regions has been converted to recreational activities in recent decades due to the increasing demand of tourists for winter sports. In general, ski-run construction and management have a great influence on the chemical and physical properties of underlying soils. To create ski-runs the natural landform is often changed to level the surface, thus exposing unweathered parent material or deep soil horizons. Thus the original soil thickness can be reduced, often resulting in a “turbated” topsoil. The result is that soils in ski-runs have an almost complete lack of structure, with subsequent problems of soil compaction and reduction of water and air permeability. Erosion on ski-runs is thus enhanced. One control that is often pursued is artificial seeding. However, depletion of soil organic matter, reduction in soil aggregate stability, and nutrient imbalance may affect plant development. In ski-run restoration the improvement of soil organic matter and nutrient status is one of the most crucial tasks. A greater understanding of soil physico-chemical characteristics, plant colonisation and soil microbial activity after ski-run construction is necessary to enhance conservation and restoration of these disturbed pedoenvironments.
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Protein & Peptide Letters publishes letters, original research papers, mini-reviews and guest edited issues in all important aspects of protein and peptide research, including structural studies, advances in recombinant expression, function, synthesis, enzymology, immunology, molecular modeling, and drug design. Manuscripts must have a significant element of novelty, timeliness and urgency that merit rapid publication. Reports of crystallization and preliminary structure determination of biologically important proteins are considered only if they include significant new approaches or deal with proteins of immediate importance, and preliminary structure determinations of biologically important proteins. Purely theoretical/review papers should provide new insight into the principles of protein/peptide structure and function. Manuscripts describing computational work should include some experimental data to provide confirmation of the results of calculations.
Articles from the journal Protein & Peptide Letters, 23 Issue 8
- Editorial (Thematic Issue: Toxins and Their Role as Therapeutic Agents)
- Anionic Host Defence Peptides from the Plant Kingdom: Their Anticancer Activity and Mechanisms of Action
- Wasp Venom Toxins as a Potential Therapeutic Agent
- Ribosome-inactivating Proteins from Root Tubers and Seeds of Trichosan-thes kirilowii and Other Trichosanthes Species
- Insights into Antimicrobial Peptides from Spiders and Scorpions
- The Amazing World of Peptide Engineering: the Example of Antimicrobial Peptides from Frogs and Their Analogues
- C-terminal Lysine-Linked Magainin 2 with Increased Activity Against Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria
- Activities of Venom Proteins and Peptides with Possible Therapeutic Applications from Bees and WASPS
- Induced Folding Under Membrane Mimetic and Acidic Conditions Implies Undiscovered Biological Roles of Prokaryotic Ubiquitin-Like Protein Pup
- High-Level Secretory Expression and Purification of Recombinant Human Interleukin 1 Beta in Pichia pastoris
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Current Organic Chemistry aims to provide in-depth reviews on the current progress in the fields of asymmetric synthesis, organo-metallic chemistry, bioorganic chemistry, heterocyclic chemistry, natural product chemistry and analytical methods in organic chemistry. The frontier reviews provide the current state of knowledge in these fields and are written by chosen experts who are internationally known for their eminent research contributions. The Journal also accepts high quality research papers, highlights and letters besides thematic issues in these fields. Current Organic Chemistry should prove to be of great interest to organic chemists in academia and industry who wish to keep abreast with recent developments in key fields of organic chemistry.
Articles from the journal Current Organic Chemistry, 20 Issue 19
- Application of CO2-Favored Organic Units in CO2Separation Membranes
- Chemistry of Cyclic Imides: An Overview on the Past, Present and Future
- Structure, Biological Properties and Applications of Marine-derived Polysaccharides
- Nanocatalysis for Organic Chemistry
- Natural Phosphate-Supported Palladium for Hydration of Aromatic Nitriles to Amides in Aqueous Medium
- Role of Some Neosynthesized Styryl Heterocycles in Ochratoxin A Control in Aspergillus carbonarius
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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.
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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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
- Commentary: Histaminergic Drugs Could be Novel Targets for Neuroprotection in CNS Disorders
- Conference Report: 14th International Congress on Amino Acids, Peptides and Proteins, Vienna, Austria, August 3-7, 2015
- Editorial (Thematic Issue: Old Facts and New Perspectives to Face Alzheimer’s Dementia. Focus on Non Neuronal Participants to Neurodegeneration)
- Targeting New Pharmacological Approaches for Alzheimer’s Disease: Potential for Statins and Phosphodiesterase Inhibitors
- Insulin and the Future Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease
- Adrenergic Drugs Blockers or Enhancers for Cognitive Decline ? What to Choose for Alzheimer’s Disease Patients?
- Emerging Risk Factors for Dementia: The Role of Blood Pressure Variability
- Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome: An Emerging Risk Factor for Dementia
- Beyond Cholinesterase Inhibition: Anti-Inflammatory Role and Pharmacological Profile of Current Drug Therapy for Alzheimer’s Disease
- Influence of Hypertension, Alone and in Combination with Other Vascular Risk Factors on Cognition
- NLRP3 Is Involved in Ischemia/Reperfusion Injury
- Neurobiology of Bipolar Disorder: Abnormalities on Cognitive and Cortical Functioning and Biomarker Levels
- Decreased Expression of Sox-1 in Cerebellum of Rat with Generalized Seizures Induced by Kindling Model
- Preliminary Pharmacological Screening of Some Thiosemicarbazide, s-triazole, and Thiadiazole Derivatives
- Vertical and Horizontal Convergences of Targeting Pathways in Combination Therapy with Baicalin and Jasminoidin for Cerebral Ischemia
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