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Volume 3, Issue 4 (25 August 2016)


Is the war on terror induced-post traumatic stress disorder; the cause of suicide attack? An approach from psycho-cognitive and neurobiological perspective

Muhammad Imran Khan, Bilqees Sameem, Vahid Nikoui, Ahmad-Reza Dehpour

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Qualitative Phytochemical Analysis and Microbial Inhibitory Activities of Pacific Rain Tree (Samanea saman (Jacq.) Merr.) Pods

James Kennard S. Jacob, Eden S.

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Thyroid hormone dependent gene expression


Ghulam Zahara Jahangir, Faiza Saleem, Shagufta Naz, Neelma Munir, Rukhama Haq, Aleena Sumrin

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Molecular Biology

Detection of Endothelin 2 (Et-2) as a novel biomarker of renal dysfunction in patients of liver Cirrhosis with Ascite

Amna Qureshi, Kalsoom Zaigham, Muhammad Shahzad Iqbal, Qurban Ali

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Seven Days in Life

17 – 23 October 2016Advancements in Life Sciences' Seven Days in Life (17 - 23 October 2016)


stanfStanford Medicine will build America’s first hadron therapy center
Hadron therapy, which relies on beams of charged particles including protons and heavier ions such as carbon, is expected to increase cancer cure rates because it can be used to treat larger tumors or those resistant to conventional radiotherapy. 
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miceMouse eggs made from skin cells in a dish
In a tour de force of reproductive biology, scientists in Japan have transformed mouse skin cells into eggs in a dish, and used those eggs to birth fertile pups. The report marks the first creation of eggs entirely outside a mouse.
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stemcellWithholding amino acid depletes blood stem cells
A dietary approach to depleting blood stem cells may make it possible to conduct bone marrow transplantations without the use of chemotherapy or radiation therapy, according to researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine. 
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kneeTear your knee? Maybe your nose can help it heal
For people with knee joint injuries, the most promising source of new cartilage might be right up their noses. For the first time, doctors in Switzerland have grafted cartilage from the nose into the knees of patients with severe injuries to this connective tissue.
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depDepression isn't just 'all in your head'
The region of the brain that serves as the physical source of feelings of depression has been identified, with new MRI data being the latest evidence to show that depression isn't just a 'frame of mind'. 
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