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Determining Compliance of Transboundary Cooperation for Biodiversity Management in the Serengeti- Mara Ecosystem, East Africa

By George Okoye Krhoda

University of Nairobi, Kenya

Ecology & Environmental Sciences

Published: Feb 05, 2018 | pg. no: 14

Abstract: Biodiversity management is under threat due to habitat loss and or modifications resulting from deforestation, increased farming, overgrazing and human settlement. There is need for an organized process as well as community participation in transboundary conservation. The entire Serengeti-Masai Mara Ecosystem the world famous Serengeti Game Park and Maasai Mara National Reserve and includes the Ma ...[Read more]

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Neurotoxicity and Violent Crime: Linking Brain Biochemistry, Toxins, and Violent Crime

By Roger D Masters

Dartmouth College, USA

Toxicology

Published: Jan 24, 2018 | pg. no: 23

Abstract: Social scientists who dismiss evolutionary psychology seem unaware that a revolution in neuroscience and other areas of biology has taken place over the last half-century. The estimate of 83 million Americans taking drugs like Prozac for depression and 11 million children on Ritalin for hyperactivity indicate it is time to reconsider the role of brain chemistry in social behavior and violent behav ...[Read more]

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Autophagy: The Powerful of Immune Response

By Mosab Nouraldein Mohammed Hamad

Elsheikh Abdallah Elbadri University, Sudan

Immunology

Published: Dec 29, 2017 | pg. no: 1-38

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The Role of Pin1 in Controls Tumor Cell Proliferation in Mouse Lung Cancer Conditional Model

By Davide De Carlo

University of Milan, Italy

Cell Science

Published: Nov 30, 2017 | pg. no: 1-38

Abstract: There are some pathways that are altered in many tumors, and RB and p53 pathways are two of the most important. These proteins are regulated during carcinogenesis by a phosphorylation mechanism. Ser or Thr followed by Pro are major phosphorylation motifs in the cells but their significance was obscure until the discovery of the PIN1 protein (protein interacting with NIMA (never in mitosis A)-1) ...[Read more]

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Intralipid-A Magic Bullet?

By Joseph Eldor

Theoretical Medicine Institute, Israel

Vaccines

Published: Sep 15, 2017 | pg. no: 98

Abstract: Tubal disease is the cause of female infertility in approximately 30% of women and 10-25% of these are due to proximal tubal obstruction. Selective salpingography represent an approach in the diagnosis and treatment of proximal tubal abnormalities. Intralipid (IL) is a synthetic product composed of 10 % soybean oil, 1,2 % egg yolk phospholipids, 2.25 % glycerin, and water. When indicated, IL is in ...[Read more]

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