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Friday, May 7, 2021

Inhibiting Effect of Different Carboxylic Acid on Uncatalysed and Co2O3 Catalysed Autoxidation of SO2 in Alkaline Medium- Brief Comparison_ Crimson Publishers

 Inhibiting Effect of Different Carboxylic Acid on Uncatalysed and Co2O3 Catalysed Autoxidation of SO2 in Alkaline Medium- Brief Comparison by Prasad DSN* in Annals of Chemical Science Research_ chemical sciences journal

 

Abstract
The study of air pollution has been the interest area to the scientific community, since the end of the World War II. The earliest perceived problems were those related to the incomplete combustion of coal, soot and ash abounded in the major industrial cities of the world [1-5]. The oxidation of sulfur dioxide has been one of the most frequently studied reactions in aqueous atmospheric droplets. Three reaction pathways are considered to be dominantly responsible for oxidation of SO2 in atmospheric water droplets. These are the oxidation of dissolved SO2 by H2O2, O3 and O2 in the presence of transition metal ions as catalysts [6-10]. Recent studies show that the sulfur (IV) oxidation in atmospheric water droplets can be affected by other reactions. Organic compounds may dissolve into water droplets and react with sulfoxy radicals and transition metal ions, and thus alter the rate of catalytic S(IV) oxidation [11-15]. In most of the studies the role of organics has been reported in the metal ion catalysed autoxidation of sulfur (IV) in aqueous medium [16-17]. Very few studies are available on the role of organics on the metal oxide catalysed autoxidation of sulfur (IV) in aqueous medium. This led us to investigate the kinetics of sulfur (IV) autoxidation catalyzed by Co2O3 in the pH range 7.8-9.4. and the effect of various carboxylic acids have been studied in alkaline media to delineate the nature of the mechanism

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Thursday, May 6, 2021

Wound Bed Preparation: Standards of Care and Predictability of the Healing Time of Chronic Wounds_ Crimson Publishers

 Wound Bed Preparation: Standards of Care and Predictability of the Healing Time of Chronic Wounds by Erind Ruka* in Orthoplastic Surgery & Orthopedic Care International Journal_ Orthopedic Care International Journal

 

Abstract
We intend to highlight the need to establish a hypothetical time of healing for chronic wounds. Such innovative aspect within the TIME acronym [tissue, infection/inflammation, moisture balance and edge of wound] is based on a more correct analysis of the general and local symptoms that the patient presents, classifying them in different ways according to their characteristics. The analysis of medical history, pathogenesis and clinical leads to a total score that can direct the clinician to choose principals important and aggressive that can be used according to basic concepts

Background
To predict the healing time for each patient is not always a simple task. The healing process is the result of a complex interaction between factors related to injury, the treatment used, skills and knowledge of the nursing staff. The best way to shorten the healing time is an accurate staging of the lesion [therefore a proper understanding of the gravity of the wound] and then the decision of the most appropriate therapy. In the last twenty years there have been great strides in the understanding of the biological mechanisms involved in repairing wounds, so now more than ever we have the means necessary to assume a time of complete healing as accurate as possible [1].

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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

Innovative Surgical Technique in the Management of Vallecular Cyst_ Crimson Publishers

 Innovative Surgical Technique in the Management of Vallecular Cyst by Munish Kumar Saroch* in Open Access Research in Anatomy_ Journal of Anatomy

 

Abstract
A retention cyst arising from the left vallecula in 47 year old man was surgically excised using an Eve’s tonsillar snare and there was no recurrence

Among the benign lesions in the larynx and laryngopharynx, cystic lesions are common entities. Vallecular cysts are usually retention cysts of the minor salivary glands. An innovative method of surgical treatment of one such case is presented here.

A 47 year old man presented with difficulty in swallowing for the last 8 months for solid and liquid foods, h/o change in voice for the last 6 months. Preliminary examination and indirect laryngoscopy revealed 3cm x 4cm swelling in the region of left half of vallecula. Tracheostomy of patient was done and general anesthesia was given through it. Then direct laryngoscopy was done in morning sniffing position which showed the cystic mass arising from the vallecula. Keeping in mind the conventional modalities of treatment like marsupialisation, deroofing etc. we decided to remove vallecular cyst by snaring.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021

Bioremediation of Agro-Wastewater of Poultry in a Microbial Fuel Cell_ Crimson Publishers

Bioremediation of Agro-Wastewater of Poultry in a Microbial Fuel Cell by Livinus A Obasi* in Journal of Biotechnology & Bioresearch_ Journal of Biotechnology

 

Abstract
The study shows the possibility of degrading pollution physico-chemical parameters present in agro wastewater (poultry) in a microbial fuel cell with microorganisms operating in an anaerobic condition. Three similar cells designed and operated with different Proton Exchange Membranes (PEM) makeups: clay-based (CBP) whose strength and stability were modified with sodium alginate (C6NaH7O6) n and subjected to varying degrees of temperatures ranging from 200 °C to 600 °C and applied in (MFC-1, MFC-2 and MFC-3. The cells were operated for 20 days at influent BOD and COD of 493mg/l and 2052mg/l respectively. The study showed a reduction in the turbidity, pH, Total Dissolved Solid (TDS), Total Suspended Solid (TSS) and salinity of the wastewater. After twenty days of operation, the BOD removal efficiencies of the three reactors were 72%, 82% and 84% respectively, whereas the COD removal efficiencies were 38%, 57% and 60% respectively. The study also shows that the MFC-3 at 6000C PEM preparation condition gave the optimum performance giving the lowest values of the various wastewater pollution parameters. This clearly suggests that within the conditions of the experimentation process, clay performs optimally in proton transfer from the anode chamber to the cathode chamber of a microbial fuel cell at higher temperatures due to increase in cation exchange capacity

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Friday, April 30, 2021

The Role of Blood Microbiome and Microbial Product Translocation in Disease Pathogenesis_ Crimson Publishers

The Role of Blood Microbiome and Microbial Product Translocation in Disease Pathogenesis by Lei Huang* in Advancements in Case Studies_ Journal of Case Studies

 

Abstract
Circulation has been considered in a sterile condition in individuals without live microbial infections. However, recent publications from our group and others highlight detection of blood microbiome or microbial molecules in healthy individuals and individuals with various diseases, as well as their potential roles in disease pathogenesis. In this review, we introduce the published studies and research advancement in the field of blood microbial and microbial translocation in disease immunopathogenesis 

Introduction
Circulation has been considered in a sterile condition in individuals without live microbial infections. However, recent publications highlight detection of blood microbiome or microbial molecules in healthy individuals and individuals with various diseases without a live infection or sepsis. Due to the low blood levels of microbial biomass and background contaminations from experimental procedures, blood microbiome analysis has been met with technical challenges. Nonetheless, blood microbiome provides important information to study the interactions of microbiome and hosts, which is potentially critical for investigating their effects on host immune perturbations in various disease conditions. Blood and tissue microbiome have been studied in some fields. In a recent study, blood and tissue microbiome has been assessed and cancer-specific microbial sequences have been identified in different types of cancer in humans [1]. In another study with seven different type of cancer, evidence was found that cancer-specific bacteria were detected within both immune cells and cancer tissues

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Inhibiting Effect of Different Carboxylic Acid on Uncatalysed and Co2O3 Catalysed Autoxidation of SO2 in Alkaline Medium- Brief Comparison_ Crimson Publishers

  Inhibiting Effect of Different Carboxylic Acid on Uncatalysed and Co 2 O 3 Catalysed Autoxidation of SO2 in Alkaline Medium- Brief Compar...