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Cytochrome P450(BM3)-F87G reacts with aromatic aldehydes and hydrogen peroxide to generate covalent heme adducts in a reaction that may involve the formation of a stable isoporphyrin intermediate [Raner, G. M., Hatchell, A. J., Morton, P. E., Ballou, D. P., and Coon, M. J. (2000) J. Inorg. Biochem. 81, 153-160]. Electron paramagnetic resonance spectra for… (More)
Forty organic dyspepsia patients and 40 functional dyspepsia patients, endoscopically diagnosed, were recruited from a gastroenterology outpatient unit and were age- and sex-matched with an equal number of patient controls. A diet history of typical eating patterns for a 7-day period was taken and food portions quantified using a photographic atlas. An… (More)
During routine cadaveric dissection, we encountered multiple muscular anomalies in a 58-year-old embalmed male cadaver. All the variations were encountered on the flexor compartment of right upper limb. The anomalies include an axillary arch (Aa) in the axilla, a third head of biceps brachii (Thb) in the arm, a reverse palmaris longus (Rpl) and a Gantzer's… (More)
OBJECTIVE The main aim of this study was to evaluate the awareness of cervix cancer risk factors among Educated Youth with respect to socio demographic factors. MATERIALS AND METHODS A cross-sectional questionnaire survey was carried out among 1268 female undergraduate students in Delhi, Mangalore (India), Pokhara (Nepal) and Kandy (Srilanka) between 25… (More)
Vadgaonkar. Arterial supply to the soleus muscle: An anatomical study with emphasis on its application in the pedicle flap surgery. An anatomical study of foramen spinosum in south Indian dry skulls with its emphasis on morphology and morphometry.
Objective: Methylphenidate [MPH] is one of the drugs of choice for children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder [ADHD] since many decades with good effect. Consumption of this drug by normal children and adolescents to boost their cognition skills is of concern. MPH induced cognitive enhancement involves brain dopamine and norepinephrine levels in… (More)