Optimal immune activation of naïve CD8 T cells requires signal 1 mediated by the T cell receptor, signal 2 mediated by co-stimulation and signal 3 provided by pro-inflammatory cytokines. However, the potential for signal 3 cytokines to rescue anti-viral responses in functionally exhausted T cells has not been defined. We investigated the effect of using… (More)
Wireless Sensor Network (WSNs) are collection of small Sensor Nodes (SNs) which are capable of performing multiple tasks such as data aggregation, processing and communication either to other SNs or to the Base Station (BS). As SNs are battery operated, so efficient utilization of energy during various operations in WSNs is one of the major issues which… (More)
With the rapid growth in online services and scarcity of professionals under same domain, there is a huge requirement for integaration of services with Cloud Computing (CC). It is a latest technological trend in present arena. It provide an efficient infrastructure, better services over the internet. In CC environment scheduling of services is one of the… (More)
Now days Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are very popular due to their uses in potential range of applications. A set of either random or predefined distributed tiny sensor nodes could perform the desired task as per need. A huge list of different parameters is available in the litrature that must required special attention while designing the WSN system.… (More)
The standard of care for treatment of individuals chronically infected with hepatitis C virus is pegylated interferon in combination with ribavirin. Efficacy is closely related to viral genotype. This review outlines potential therapeutic strategies for treatment failures and discusses some of the newer agents currently in development.