R. Panneer Selvam

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A method is described for the quantitative determination of lipids after separation by thin-layer chromatography: the lipid spots are visualized with a charring spray and the darkness of the spots is determined by measuring the quenching produced when the powder is suspended in a scintillation counting gel containing a radioactive sample. A standard curve(More)
Endocannabinoids (eCBs) and neurotrophins, particularly brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), are potent neuromodulators found throughout the mammalian neocortex. Both eCBs and BDNF play critical roles in many behavioral and neurophysiological processes and are targets for the development of novel therapeutics. The effects of eCBs and BDNF are primarily(More)
Recently it is identified that computer modeling of nucleation boiling in thin film of thickness in the order of 70 m will provide valuable information in the design of experiments for spray cooling. Further work on computer modeling of vapor bubble growth in thin film of liquid considering both vapor and liquid in the computational region and preliminary(More)
Being the natural organic component in bone, collagen extracted from collagenous tissues is used in the development of matrix for bone regeneration. In the present study, an effort has been made to screen the collagen from skin of stingray fish which is naturally calcified for the purpose. Soluble collagen was extracted from the skin of stingray fish and(More)
Synthesis of hydrophobic peptides remains difficult due to internal aggregation of constituent amino acids via β-sheet formation, and also due to the association between the protected chains with the synthetic-support matrix. There are two types of amino acids: hydrophilic and hydrophobic. Each amino acid is chemically different, so the coupling efficiency(More)
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