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  • Edaravone Essay

    The need to enhance the drugs’ bioavailability, solubility, stability as well as the duration for the drugs to release their therapeutic effects in human body is recognised by the scientists nowadays. Recently, there are lots of research studies focusing on this area. However, only a few standard routes of edaravone administration are already being discussed. This review thus focuses mainly on the design, optimisation and formulation of microsponge to enhance the significance of edaravone acting…

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  • Reflection On Plant Based Diet

    This past week, we had the International Congress on Vegetarian Nutrition. During this congress, there were many different topics discussed relating the benefits that plant based diets have upon health, either to decrease overall mortality rate, improve longevity, improve the gut microbiome, decrease cancer rates (colorectal, prostate, and breast), and much more. For the first symposium, they discussed the topic of epidemiological studies of vegetarians, finding different cohorts studies and how…

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  • Compare And Contrast Oil Vs Coconut Oil

    Shea butter vs. Coconut oil for Dry Skin When you do a simple Google search with the term “dry skin care,” you will be surprised by just how much advice you will get. The internet is filled with information on dry skin care. However, the recurring theme is the use of Shea butter and Coconut oil. On this article, I will attempt to decipher through all that information by comparing and contrasting between Shea butter vs. Coconut oil with the aim of establishing which the BEST is when it comes to…

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  • Alkaline Hydrolysis Essay

    2.1.2. Alkaline hydrolysis Alkaline hydrolysis is a simple process in which the protein is solubilized by heating followed by the addition of calcium, sodium or potassium hydroxide as alkaline agents and maintaining the temperature at a range between 25-55 °C (Pasupuleti & Braun, 2010). During alkaline hydrolysis of proteins, some amino acids like serine and threonine are damaged during alkaline hydrolysis, however, tryptophan remains intact. Also, this process causes racemization of amino acids…

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  • Buffers Lab Report

    All living systems contain buffer solutions to sustain the structure and activity of biological components such as DNA, RNA, proteins, carbohydrates, and lipids. Buffer solutions are remarkably resistant to pH changes and generally consist of a weak acid and its conjugate base or a weak base and its conjugate acid. In the laboratory, artificially made buffers are often used to help maintain a biological system at the proper pH. A laboratory buffer should be inert in the system being studied.…

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  • Spongy Bone Research Paper

    The human body has two hundred six bones that make up around fifteen percent of all body weight. They are vital for a body’s regular activities, so it can be very devastating when the bone is harmed from disease or injury. Many have suggested some factors that contribute to the harming of bone, but one of the most prevalent ones is caffeine. The purpose of this paper is to describe the anatomy of the human bone, discuss the health of bones, and show caffeine’s effect on the calcium in bones…

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  • Herpes Simplex 2 Virus Analysis

    Herpes simplex 2 virus (HSV-2) is a DNA virus that stems from the Herpesviridae family and belongs to Simplexvirus genus (Talaro, & Chess, 2015, p. 169). Herpesviridae consists of more than 100 herpesviruses that occur in animals; eight human heran pesviruses are known, with three subfamilies: Alphaherpesvirinae, Betaherpesvirinae, and Gammaherpesvirinae. Herpes simplex virus-2 is part of the Alphaherpesvirinae subfamily (Norberg, Bergström, Rekabdar, Lindh, & Liljeqvist, 2004). One of the…

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  • Fick's First Law Of Diffusion And The Penetration Of Polymers

    Where P is the permeability coefficient, Q is the amount of permeant passing through the material, x is the thickness of the plastic film, A is the surface area available for mass transfer, t is the time, and ∆p is the change in permeant partial pressure across the film. Hence the permeability coefficient (P) is the proportionality constant between the flow of the penetrant gas per unit film area per unit time and the driving force (partial pressure difference) per unit film thickness. The…

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  • Reflective Essay On Dialysis Experience

    patient with oxygen and assess vital sign. Give patient fluids and turn the blood flow down. Last option if pain doesn 't subside or vital signs are abnormal give Nitro. a. Hypertriglyceridemia: During the initiation of dialysis, disturbances of lipid metabolism are accentuated and contribute to cardiovascular complications (Smeltzer et. al., 2010, p. 1335) b. Hyperglycemia: with decreasing renal function, it takes longer for oral hypoglycemia agents to be excreted by the kidneys (Smeltzer…

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  • Disadvantages Of Paleo Diet

    For many people, the reality of Paleo Diet giving those best results is all they need. From improved blood lipids, reduced pain from eating less and weight loss is the only thing that followers love about Paleo. However, many are still not satisfied with the results that this Diet has to offer. Others are keen enough to know how things really work; thanks to…

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