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Studies on the Epidemiology of Cervical Cancer in Southern Assam
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Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women. Expand
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A simple method for midkine purification by affinity chromatography with a heavy chain variable domain (VH) fragment of antibody.
A DNA fragment for a heavy chain variable domain (VH) was prepared from a hybridoma that produces a monoclonal antibody against human midkine (MK). The antibody fragment was produced in EscherichiaExpand
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Isolation, Characterization and Bio-activity Screening of Compound from Clerodendrum viscosum Vent
Studies on the extracts of different species of the genus Clerodendron have been carried out by a number of researchers round the globe. The present paper reports the isolation, structure elucidationExpand
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Antibacterial Activity of Crude Leaf Extracts of Pajanelia longifolia (Willd.) K. Schuman
The antibacterial activity of crude extract of Pajanelia longifolia is reported here. The crude extract was taken up for phytochemical analysis and an ester amine was isolated and its tentativeExpand
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Self-assembly of silver nanoparticles through functionalization with coumarin-thiazole fused-ring thiol
Self-assembly of nanoscale building blocks plays a critical role for the edifice of functional nanomaterials. In this work coumarin based fused-ring heterocyclic thiol functionalized silverExpand
In vitro cytotoxic study of Croton caudatus Geiseler – a traditionally known anticancerous plant in North-east India
Biplab De, Indrani Mitra, Manabendra Dutta Choudhury, Satya Bhusan Paul, Lokesh Deb, Amitabha De and Rumki Nath 6 Regional Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, Abhoynagar, Agartala,Expand
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Pharmaceutical scope of a phytochemically unexplored medicinal plant, Sarcochlamys pulcherrima (Roxb.) Gaud.: A review
Sarcochlamys pulcherrima (Roxb.) Gaud. is widely used as traditional medicine and food by different tribes and communities of Assam in India and in neighboring countries. Recent studies conducted inExpand