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Volume 3, Issue 4 (25 August 2016)

In-Focus                       

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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Microbiology

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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Health

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

 15 – 21 August 2016Advancements in Life Sciences' Seven Days in Life (15 - 21 August 2016)

happening
 

sdfRadically rewritten’ bacterial genome unveiled
The altered Escherichia coli represent the most extensive reengineering yet of an organism’s genetic code.The feat, described today in Science, involved repurposing 3.8% of the base pairs of the bacterium Escherichia coli. 
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controversies
 

afControversial insecticides linked to wild bee declines
A dip in the populations of wild bees across the English countryside over nine years coincided with the use of chemicals called neonicotinoids on the crops in which the bees forage, ecologists say. 
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Research
 

03Early diagnosis: These five cancer screenings are recommended
The earlier doctors can detect changes in tissue, the better the chances of removing a cancer with few complications. These important cancer screenings can save lives and prevent tumor development. 
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VViruses 'more dangerous in the morning'
Viruses are more dangerous when they infect their victims in the morning, a University of Cambridge study suggests.The findings showed viruses were 10 times more successful if the infection started in the morning. 
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ABSafer opioid painkiller made from scratch
Researchers have developed a new opioid drug candidate that blocks pain without triggering the dangerous side effects of current prescription painkillers using computational techniques that let them explore more than four trillion different chemical interactions. 
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