Cancer – A Study

Introduction Cancer is a class of disease in which group of aberrant cells develop uncontrollably by neglecting the ordinary rules of cell division (Hejmadi, 2010). Cancer is noted to ensue in all communities and in all parts of the world. It disturbs animals and also man. In humans, cancer is recognised to have been present … Read more

The Oesophagus – Not Disease Immune

The esophagus is not immune to disease, despite its superficial simplicity. The particular disease state of interest for my project addresses Barrett’s esophagus (BE). Barrett’s esophagus is defined as a change in replacing the normal squamous epithelium lining of the esophagus with specialized columnar epithelium that has goblet cells, typically in the distal esophagus. Metaplasia … Read more

Gold Nanostructures for Cancer Treatment

With cancer currently one of the most fatal diseases in the world, it is important to develop effective methods of detection and treatment, which would allow for quick diagnosis and efficient treatment that is of little discomfort to patients. Gold nanostructures with near infrared absorption may be the most promising solution, due to their ability … Read more

elements of a specific business culture can influence cross-border buyer-supplier relationships

1.4 – Contribution The purpose of this study is to describe how elements of a specific business culture can influence cross-border buyer-supplier relationships and define the limitations, which should be explored in future research. Only a few prior studies have considered this role of cultural sensitivity in international exchange (Skarmeas, Katsikeas, & Schlegelmilch, 2002). Therefore, … Read more

Data access control

Data access control is an helpful way to make sure that data security in the cloud. Unpaid to data outsource and untrusted cloud servers, it can access control becomes a exigent matter in cloud storage systems. Cipher text-Policy characteristic based Encryption is regard as one of the most fit technologies for data access control in … Read more

Nanotherapeutics

1. Introduction Nanotherapeutics is a rapidly progressing area in the field of Nanomedicine, which is being utilized to overcome several limitations of conventional drug, including poor aqueous solubility, lack of site specific targeting, rapid systemic clearance, intestinal metabolism and systemic toxicities. Nanotherapeutics includes, but not limited to, solid-lipid nanoparticles, gold nanoparticles, silver nanoparticles, mesoporous silica … Read more

Groundwater in contact with ore deposits

Abstract: Groundwater in contact with ore deposits may acquire a chemical composition that could be used as a guide for exploration. Eight well-wa ter samples are collected from a known uranium- mineralized area near Abu Zenima, west central Sinai to examine the applicability of using the hydrogeochemical technique in the search for uran ium mineralization … Read more

Tourism in North Cyprus

Turkish people might be the most frequent visitors to North Cyprus but certainly not the only visitors because in 2013, so people from the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands visited North Cyprus. These four countries were the top four whose nationalities stayed in the tourist accommodation establishments (see Table 8 ). Table 8: No. … Read more

Investment in a Global Business

Investment means the production of goods or capital utilized in the further production of other goods and services.Investment entails sacrificing current consumption in exchange for future utilization and benefits. Investment that accumulates over time compulsorily results in growth termed economic growth. Like every evolutionary stage, Investment started being concentrated on only physical production which created … Read more

Fluid Intelligence and Age

According to Kail, (1993) as children grow, their analogical reasoning performance increases since the concept is dependent on neurological maturation and therefore canto process information quicker. The nature of this developmental trend was clearly verified in a study by Hale (1990) who tested four age groups (10, 12, 15, and 19 year olds) on a … Read more

Agriculture in the Indian Economy

1. Introduction Agriculture is the most vital sector of the Indian economy and providing food to a population over a billion and sustains livelihood of about two-thirds of population . Similarly, agriculture has been and continues to be lifeline of Bihar’s economy. The relevance of agriculture to Bihar’s economy is reflected at varying degrees at … Read more

Anti-precarity organizations in challenging dialogue with trade-unions

“They want us precarious, we will be rebellious” 1. Introduction The introduction should state explicitly: The general relevance and importance of anti-precarity organisations, and/or the relevance and importance of the particular anti-precarity organization under review The relation between anti-precarity organisations and attempts to develop and/or usher in alternative horizons, i.e., new and better futures The … Read more

Identifying a good site for groundwater exploitation in hard-rock terrains

Abstract Identifying a good site for groundwater exploitation in hard-rock terrains is a challenging task. In Sinai, Egypt, groundwater is the only source of water for local inhabitants. Interpretation of satellite data for delineation of lithological units and weathered zones, and for mapping of lineament density and their trends, provides a valuable aid for the … Read more

determinant variables of loyalty in an university-stakeholder setting

2.1. Introduction As stated in the previous chapter, this study aims to uncover and validate determinant variables of loyalty in an university-stakeholder setting. As a knowledge institute, Fontys has the unique position to offer services that are beneficial to their own customers (students), but may simultaneously also be beneficial to others. In return, those who … Read more

Dengue Virus

Viruses are tiny agents that can infect a variety of living organisms, including bacteria, plants, and animals. Like other viruses, the dengue virus has a microscopic structure that replicate inside a host organism (Halstead, 2008). Dengue viruses belong to the genus flavivirus within the Flaviviridae family. DENV-1–4 evolved in non-human primates from a common ancestor … Read more

bio-metric authentication systems

Abstract: Distributing software and hardware components of a bio-metric authentication system over hosts linked by a network introduces additional challenges compared to developing a centralised system. Among these, fault tolerance and network transfer resilience are of particular importance. Specifically, transmission of data over IP networks is not without flaws: overflowing router queues, parallelised data streams, … Read more

Malaria

Chapter I Introduction: Malaria is a life-threatening disease and is widespread in the tropical and subtropical regions mainly around the equator. Malaria is a protozoan disease and transmitted through infected female anopheles mosquitoes. There are five Plasmodium species which can infect human beings namely Plasmodium falciparum (Pf), Plasmodium vivax (Pv), Plasmodium malariae (Pm), Plasmodium ovale … Read more

NORMAL HEMOGLOBIN STRUCTURE

NORMAL HEMOGLOBIN STRUCTURE: Hemoglobin is present in erythrocytes and is important for normal oxygen delivery to tissues. Hemoglobinopathies are disorders affecting the structure, function or production of hemoglobin. Different hemoglobins are produced during embryonic, fetal and adult life. Each consists of a tetramer of globin polypeptide chains: a pair of ”-like chains 141 amino acids … Read more

CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility)

1.INTRODUCTION The enthusiasm for CSR is developing among organizations, yet the reasons are variable. Nonetheless, the dedication can to a great extent be clarified by expanding weight from partners (McWilliams et al. 2006). The weight is communicated by clients, as well as by workers, suppliers, bunches, non-administrative associations and governments. The enthusiasm for CSR has … Read more

Oxygen-free radicals

Oxygen-free radicals are known to be reactive oxygen species (ROS) with the reactive nitrogen species (RNS) which play important role in deleterious and beneficial species. The redox active metals are like iron (Fe), copper (Cu), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co) and other metals which have an ability to produce reactive radicals like superoxide anion radical and … Read more

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1)

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV-1) is the causative agent of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS). In 2015 36.7 million people were living with HIV/AIDS worldwide, 1.1 million of which died of AIDS related illnesses (WHO factsheet, 2016 ). In sub-Saharan Africa, the most affected region, 25.6 million people were living with HIV in 2015. Current treatment of … Read more