Monthly Archives: August 2017

12th Edition of International Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine. Frankfurt, Germany. May 10-11, 2018

EUROSCICON LLC welcomes you to attend the 12th   Edition of International Conference on Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine during May 10-11, 2018 at Frankfurt, Germany. We cordially invite all the participants who are interested in sharing their knowledge

Simultaneous glucose fasting and autophagy inhibition enhances chemotherapy treatment

If you could cut your risk of developing cancer, diabetes, and heart disease, rejuvenate your immune system, and potentially live longer – would you do it? What if the answer to potentially save your life is as

Dihydrogen phosphate ion comes at the guest to pillar[5]arenes

Selective anions’ binding is one of the key problems frequently occurred in design of supramolecular systems, in catalysis and material sciences as well as in some analytical applications (sensors, extraction systems, etc.). Among others, recognition of tetrahedral

Superthin muscle filaments: evolution and function of titin in skeletal muscle

The mechanisms by which muscle converts chemical to mechanical energy, allowing animal movement, defied explanation for decades. Following the development of the electron microscope and mechanisms of tissue fixation, the ultrastructure of muscle was finally described. Thus

Genome analysis with near-complete privacy possible

Stanford researchers used cryptography to cloak irrelevant genetic information in individuals’ genomes while revealing disease-associated mutations. They say the technique could vastly improve patient privacy. It is now possible to scour complete human genomes for the presence

Heart failure drug restores sensitivity to radioactive iodide treatment in aggressive thyroid cancer

Patients diagnosed with thyroid cancer generally have a good prognosis as a result of implementing treatment regimens consisting of surgery and radioactive iodide (RAI) ablation. However, in about 30% of cases, these tumors develop resistance to RAI

Dietary phosphorus overload can accelerate cavity formation in tooth

Dental caries or dental caries is an extremely common yet preventable oral disease. Clinically, dental decay can be partly reversed, if it is diagnosed and treated in its early stages. Dental decay induces damage to the teeth

Short technical steps to success in inflammation research

Taking a chemical compound from early discovery to clinical trials is a process that is fraught with risks. It is therefore, important to optimize preclinical test systems to improve the chances of developing a compound likely to

The influence of phthalates and bisphenol A on the obesity development and glucose derangement

Obesity and diabetes epidemics represent a real health problem worldwide. There are about 2 billion overweight adults out of which over 600 million are obese. Based on National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey reports it has been

23rd International Conference on Dentistry and Dental Materials. Rome, Italy. July 19-20, 2018

Conference Series LLC takes a great privilege to welcome you to City of Rome, Italy and to the International Conference on Dentistry and Dental Materials going to be held on July 19 – 20, 2018. Dental Materials 2018hosted and organized by Conference

A messenger and its disciples: Spreading stress messages in plant through Ca2+-CBL-CIPK network

The early life forms appeared on earth as entities that were covered by cellular membranes. These entities had a major problem from one of the abundant elements present in the earth- Calcium (Ca2+). Higher level of Ca2+

Spider diversity in Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

Compared to the Amazon Forest, the Atlantic Forest along the eastern coast of Brazil may appear small and insignificant. With respect to area this is true: with 95,000 km2, the Atlantic Forest covers less than 2% of

Simplifying the difficult task of vesicle purification

Throughout their life-cycle, bacterial and mammalian cells have been shown to shed portions of their outermost lipid membranes that often contain carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids on their surfaces as well as within their lumen. Referred to

A newly identified protein controls endothelial barrier function by acting as a cellular glue

The endothelial barrier function maintains vascular and tissue homeostasis, and therefore modulates many cardinal physiological processes such as angiogenesis, immune responses, and dynamic fluid exchanges throughout organs. Blood vessels rely on endothelial cell-cell adhesion to generate a

4th International Conference on Systems and Synthetic Biology. Rome, Italy. June 11-12, 2018

Conferenceseries Ltd International Conferences invites all the participants from all over the world to attend “4th International Conference on Systems and Synthetic Biology” during June 11 – 12, 2018 at Rome, Italy, which includes prompt keynote presentations,

Does the total alcohol consumption in a population determine the number of heavy drinkers – or is it a case of the tail wagging the dog?

It is widely believed that a country’s total alcohol consumption (commonly reported as per capita volume of 100 per cent alcohol per year) determines the number of heavy drinkers and thus also the degree of alcohol-related health

Development of efficient hybrid system for degradation of Abamectin pesticide based on the advanced oxidation processes

Abamectin is one of the widely used pesticides in veterinary medicine and agriculture, which its widespread usage poses a potentially serious environmental and health problem. Presence of Abamectin in the both ground and surface water resources can

A promising compound to be tested against neurodegenerative disorders

Histone deacetylases (HDACs) are enzymes responsible for protein deacetylation. Abnormalities in acetylation levels caused by deregulation of those enzymes are proposed to be involved in the pathogenesis of cancer and neurodegenerative disorders, such as Alzheimer, Parkinson and

L-carnitine attenuates antipsychotic-induced hyperprolactinemia by stimulating pituitary GABA receptors

Antipsychotic-induced hyperprolactinaemia occurs overall in up to 70% of patients with schizophrenia, depending on the medications used. Hyperprolactinemia may cause sexual dysfunction, amenorrhea, infertility, galactorrhea, and osteoporosis, which in general relates to the degree of prolactin elevation.

A new moving boundary model for simulation of the ultrasonic horn reactors

Ultrasonic-assisted technology (UAT) has found astonishing uses in different areas due to its high potential for improving the yield of industrial processes. For example it is used in chemistry and chemical engineering due to its effects on