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Morris, J. Glenn, - - 2011
Kumar, Robby - - 2011
Epigenetic inactivation of genes that are crucial for the control of normal cell growth is a hallmark of cancer cells. Epigenetic modifications of the DNA do not alter the nucleotide sequence instead they involve the regulation of gene transcription and DNA methylation. Hypermethylation or histone deacetylation, which is within the ...
Sheriff, Dhastagir - - 2011
Jaundice in newborns provides a different response from the parents when compared to jaundice in older children and adults. Physiologic hyperbilirubinemia occurs commonly in term newborn infants in the absence of any underlying pathologic cause. Yet, the jaundice itself is commonly regarded as a problem in the transition to extrauterine ...
Narayanaswamy, Anbumani - - 2011
Extended spectrum beta--lactamases (ESBLs) are on the rise in hospital settings across the globe. The presence of ESBLs significantly affects the outcome of an infection and poses a challenge to the management of infection worldwide. Therefore, the aim of the present study is to determine the prevalence and susceptibility of ...
Dongre, S.D. - - 2011
Giant strides in knowledge about nanoparticles have lead to the development of sophisticated fluorescent quantum dots that have enhanced our understanding of the disease process as well as the healing mechanism following appropriate therapy. This article focuses on various aspects of fluorescent quantum dots which are now knocking at our ...
Kulkarni, Devidas - - 2011
The search for novel ultrasound contrast agents has now led to the use of nanoparticles due to their ability to generate contrast, amalgamation of numerous properties, adequate circulation times and satisfactory safety issues. Experiences with these nano particles promise not only in-depth knowledge of disease processes but also the early ...
Mody, Vicky - - 2011
The present review article summarizes the current state radiolabeled nanoparticles for molecular imaging applications mainly targeting cancer. Due to their enormous flexibility, and versatility the radiolabeled nanoparticles have shown their potential in the diagnosis and therapy. As the matter of fact, these radiolabeled imaging agents enable the visualization of the ...
Menezes, Godfred - - 2011
Nanoscience is at the leading edge of the rapidly developing field of nanotechnology. Nanosciences and nanotechnology are transforming a wide array of products and services that have the potential to enhance the practice of medicine and improve public health. Several areas of medical care are already benefiting from the advantages ...
Mody, Vicky - - 2011
The effectiveness of an imaging technique not only depends on its ability to image quantitatively both morphological and physiological functions of the tissue, but also on the contrast agent used to communicate with biomolecules. Several types of contrast media are used in medical imaging and they can roughly be cataloged ...
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