Willdenowia 30 – 2000 The inclusion of adventive plants in the second edition of FloraPalaestina Danin, A.: The inclusion of adventive plants in the second edition of Flora Palaestina. – Willdenowia30: 305-314. 2000. – ISSN 0511-9618. Distribution maps for 19 prominent woody adventive gymnosperms, dicots and monocots, which areestablished in the Flora Palaestina area but not included in Flora Palaestina, ed. 1, are presented,showing their presence in grid areas of 5 7 5 km in Israel, and data on their introduction, habitats anddispersal modes are given in this preparatory contribution for the second edition of Flora Palaestina.
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Stock Outs in South Africa Second Annual Report 2014 Stock Outs Survey Stop Stock Outs Report: 2014 Table of Contents Perspectives: Treatment Action Campaign & Southern Africa HIV Clinician's Society . 4-5 Executive Summary . 6 Introduction: 2nd Annual Stock Outs Survey . 10 Results: Survey Response . 13 Results: ARV and TB Stock Outs . 14
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Pt. Govind Ballabh Pant Memorial Lecture - XI Medicinal Plants for Health Care Prof. S.S. Handa Senior Specialist, Earth Environment and Marine Sciences & Technologies, UNIDO September 10, 2006, Mohal-Kullu, H.P. Anbout Prof. S.S. Handa Ex-Director, RRL-Jammu (CSIR) and formerly Professor and Head of the University Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Panjab University, Chandigarh; Presently Senior specialist Industrial utilization of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, Earth Environment and Marine Sciences & Technologies United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) International Centre for Science & High Technologies Area Science Park, Padriciano 99. 34012 Trieste, Italy. (Permanent residence: C-522A, Sushant Lok-1,Gurgaon – 122 002)
Conventional and Atypical Antipsychotics in the Elderly To Print: Click your browser's PRINT button. NOTE: To view the article with Web enhancements, go to: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/457366 Conventional and Atypical Antipsychotics in the Elderly A Review Pietro Gareri, Pasquale De Fazio, Mariagrazia Stilo, Guido Ferreri, Giovambattista De Sarro
12Smoking cessation and nicotine-replacement therapies Thomas E. Novotny, Jillian Clare Cohen, Ayda Yurekli, David Sweanor, and Joy de Beyer Initiatives that help smokers to quit are key components in an effective tobacco-controlprogram. Unaided, individuals' chances of quitting are low, but success rates are higherwhen smokers use nicotine-replacement therapies (NRTs) and other pharmacologicaltherapies. The current market for NRTs worldwide is small compared with the marketfor cigarettes, and is mostly concentrated in high-income countries. The small marketlargely reflects low levels of demand, especially in low-income and middle-incomecountries. However, the regulation of NRTs, for example through conditions of sale,also reduces access to them. Public policy options for increasing access to NRTs includethe deregulation of conditions of sale. In addition, increased public information aboutthe hazards of smoking and the benefits of cessation appear to be important for increas-ing demand for NRTs. Where studied, NRTs have been found to be cost-effective.Theoretically, these therapies could be publicly financed for the poorest smokers. Inpractice, however, it would be difficult to target those on the lowest incomes.
The NEW ENGL A ND JOUR NA L of MEDICI NE Helping Smokers Quit — Opportunities Created by the Affordable Care ActTim McAfee, M.D., M.P.H., Stephen Babb, M.P.H., Simon McNabb, B.A., and Michael C. Fiore, M.D., M.P.H., M.B.A. In its review of tobacco-dependence treatments, thereby increase rates of cessa- the 2008 clinical practice guideline of the U.S.
A Guide to the Diagnosis & Management of Myasthenia GravisJoël Oger, MD, FRCPC, FAA. Dr. John Newsom-Davis 1932-2007 Expert reviews: J. Newsom-Davis CBE, MA, FRCP, FRS, Design & illustration: L.Waters, MFA, MScBMC, Waters Biomedical Acknowledgements:I thank Talecris Biotherapeutics for making this booklet possible through an unrestricted educational grant, and Kim Fisher, PhD, for her support. I would also like to thankLori Waters for the illustration and design.
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Antiplasmodial activity, in vivo pharmacokinetics and anti-malarial efficacy evaluation of hydroxypyridinone hybrids in a mouse model
Dambuza et al. Malar J (2015) 14:505 Open Access Antiplasmodial activity, in vivo pharmacokinetics and anti-malarial efficacy evaluation of hydroxypyridinone hybrids in a mouse modelNtokozo S. Dambuza1*, Peter Smith1, Alicia Evans1, Jennifer Norman1, Dale Taylor1, Andrew Andayi2, Timothy Egan2, Kelly Chibale2 and Lubbe Wiesner1 Abstract Background: During the erythrocytic stage in humans, malaria parasites digest haemoglobin of the host cell, and the toxic haem moiety crystallizes into haemozoin. Chloroquine acts by forming toxic complexes with haem mol-ecules and interfering with their crystallization. In chloroquine-resistant strains, the drug is excluded from the site of action, which causes the parasites to accumulate less chloroquine in their acid food vacuoles than chloroquine-sen-sitive parasites. 3-Hydroxylpyridin-4-ones are known to chelate iron; hydroxypyridone-chloroquine (HPO-CQ) hybrids were synthesized in order to determine whether they can inhibit parasites proliferation in the parasitic digestive vacuole by withholding iron from plasmodial parasite metabolic pathway.Methods: Two HPO-CQ hybrids were tested against Plasmodium falciparum chloroquine-sensitive (D10 and 3D7) and -resistant strains (Dd2 and K1). The pharmacokinetic properties of active compounds were determined using a mouse model and blood samples were collected at different time intervals and analysed using LC–MS/MS. For in vivo efficacy the mice were infected with Plasmodium berghei in a 4-day Peters' test. The parasitaemia was determined from day 3 and the course of the infection was followed by microscopic examination of stained blood films every 2–3 days until a rise in parasitaemia was observed in all test subjects.Results: IC50 values of the two compounds for sensitive and resistant strains were 0.064 and 0.047 µM (compound
Quorum sensing in aeromonas salmonicida subsp. achromogenes and the effect of the autoinducer synthase asai on bacterial virulence
Contents lists available at Veterinary Microbiology Quorum sensing in Aeromonas salmonicida subsp. achromogenes andthe effect of the autoinducer synthase AsaI on bacterial virulence Johanna Schwenteit ,, Lone Gram , Kristian F. Nielsen , Olafur H. Fridjonsson ,Uwe T. Bornscheuer Michael Givskov , Bjarnheidur K. Gudmundsdottir a Institute for Experimental Pathology, University of Iceland, Keldur v/Vesturlandsveg, IS-112 Reykjavı´k, Icelandb National Food Institute, Technical University of Denmark, Søltofts Plads bldg 221, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmarkc DTU Sytems Biology, Technical University of Denmark, Søltofts Plads bldg 221, DK-2800 Kgs. Lyngby, Denmarkd Prokaria, Matis ohf, Vı´nlandsleið 12, 113 Reykjavı´k, Icelande Institute of Biochemistry, Department of Biotechnology and Enzyme Catalysis, Greifswald University, Felix Hausdorff-Str. 4, 17487 Greifswald, Germanyf Department of International Health, Immunology and Microbiology, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Copenhagen, DK-2200 Copenhagen, Denmark
Neuroscience 169 (2010) 98 –108 CHRONIC FLUOXETINE TREATMENT INDUCES STRUCTURALPLASTICITY AND SELECTIVE CHANGES IN GLUTAMATE RECEPTORSUBUNITS IN THE RAT CEREBRAL CORTEX E. AMPUERO,a F. J. RUBIO,a R. FALCON,a The selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor fluoxetine (flx) is M. SANDOVAL,a G. DIAZ-VELIZ,b R. E. GONZALEZ,a
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