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Background The present work is aimed at quantification of organic volatile solvents like Methanol, Ethanol, Acetonitrile, Isopropyl alcohol (IPA), Dichloromethane (DCM), Methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE), Hexane fractions, Ethyl acetate (EA), Tetra hydro furan (THF), 1,4-Dioxane, Dimethylformamide (DMF), and Toluene in Oseltamivir phosphate Active pha...
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Background Ventricular septal defects (VSDs) are one of the leading causes of death due to cardiac anomalies during the first months of life. The prevalence of VSD in neonates is reported up to 4%. Despite the remarkable progress in medication, treatment and surgical procedure for VSDs, the genetic etiology of VSDs is still in infancy because of th...
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Chemical investigation on the medicinal fungus Ganoderma australe led to the identification of ten new nor-lanostane triterpenes, namely two hexa-nor ones, ganoaustratetraenones A ( 1 ) and B ( 2 ), five penta-nor ones, ganoaustraldehydes A–E ( 3 – 7 ), and three tetra-nor ones ganoaustrenoic acids A–C ( 8 – 10 ). The chemical structures along with...
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Guar (Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (L.) Taub.), or cluster bean, traditionally grown for vegetable and fodder, has gained commercial importance across the globe due to galactomannan gum in its seed endosperm. Its genetic and genomic resources have been explored to a lesser extent. Last decade has witnessed work on genomics and transcriptomics of guar. I...
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Here, we investigate the efects introduced in the spectroscopic properties and singlet oxygen generation efciency of zinc tetra(4-pyridyl) porphyrin (ZnTPyP) when the molecule undergoes outlying decoration with the [RuCl2(PPh3)2(CO)(DMF)] and [RuCl2(dppb)(CO)(DMF)] ruthenium complexes. Our results show that these metallic compounds can signifcantly...
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Key message This study developed and validated a set of polymorphic and cross-transferable EST-SSR markers in pecan. 31 polymorphic primers were qualified for genetic diversity evaluation. Abstract Pecan is a famous nut tree with high nutritional value. Nowadays, few EST-SSR markers have been developed for this species. Here, 31,074 protein-coding...
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Eggs are a common food of animal origin, inexpensive, and rich in bioactive substances with high biological value. Eggs enriched in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA) are extremely desired by the progressive consumer. However, during storage, eggs undergo some physiochemical changes, which decrease their value. In this regard, the effect of dietary...
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Myxozoans are a diverse group of parasitic cnidarians of wide distribution. A new species, Myxobolus matogrossoensis n. sp., is herein described infecting wild specimens of tetra mato-grosso Hyphessobrycon eques, caught in the Pantanal biome, the world’s largest tropical wetland area. Cysts were found in 3 of the 30 examined fishes. Mature myxospor...
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The present study aims to introduce a new catalytic system, namely poly[(2-acrylamido-2-methyl-1-propane sulfonic acid-co-acrylonitrile )- Mn (III) meso tetra(N-methyl-4-pyridyl) porphine briefly called p(NaAMPS-co-AN)‐[Mn(TMPyP)]. Free-radical polymerization at ambient temperature was employed to construct this catalytic system. To prepare this he...
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Chaeturichthys stigmatias Richardson, 1844, a fish species of the family Gobiidae, is an offshore warm-temperate fish species and a dominant component of estuarine ecosystems. In this study, restriction site-associated DNA sequencing was adopted to analyze the traits of candidate microsatellite markers for C. stigmatias , and 30 polymorphic loci we...
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In this work, the optical properties of tetra(imidazole) of palladium phthalocyanine (PdPc(Im)4) in solution form and thin films on glass and fluorine-doped tin oxide (FTO) substrates were investigated via the thermal evaporation technique. The optical band gap was evaluated by ultraviolet–visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis). The energy band gap values w...
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A condensation reaction of 2,3,5,6-tetraamino-1,4-benzoquinone 1 with 4,5-Dichloro-3,6-dihydroxy-phthalonitrile 2 produced p-benzoquinone [2,3-b:2,3-b]bis[(5,8-dihydroxybenzopyrazine)-6,7-dinitrile] 3. Utilizing acetic acid with lithium/pentanol, the tetra-nitrile monomer was cyclo-tetramerized, yielding the matching network polymer, tetra p-benzoq...
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Self-powered photodetectors are of significance for the development of low-energy-consumption and environment-friendly Internet of Things. The performance of semiconductor-based self-powered photodetectors is limited by the low quality of junctions. Here, a novel strategy was proposed for developing high-performance self-powered photodetectors with...
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The evolution of foraging behaviors is key to colonizing challenging habitats such as a cave’s dark environment. Vibration attraction behavior (VAB) gives fish the ability to swim in the darkness toward a vibration stimulus produced by many prey crustaceans and insects. VAB evolved in the blind Mexican cave tetra, Astyanax mexicanus . VAB is regula...
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Milk contributes a vital role in nutritional security in most of the countries of the world. Recently a debate is going on worldwide that, A1 milk is harmful and A2 milk is beneficial. Though there was no supporting clinical evidence to claim these, milk is selling in the name of A2 milk for high cost without proper identification in the field leve...
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Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders (FASD) refer to the entire suite of detrimental consequences resulting from prenatal alcohol exposure. Alcohol is identified as an environmental teratogen competent of inducing a wide range of developmental abnormalities. Embryonic alcohol exposure produces clinically recognizable wide range of congenital malformati...
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The preliminary structure of [(C2H5)3(CH3)N]2Cu3Cl9 is reported. The structure presented has serious problems, as indicated by electron density differnce map peak maxima of ~5e-/Å3 near the inorganic cluster, yet provides details about unit cell parmeters and atomic positions not available from a previous report.
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The aim of the research was to examine how the nest selection preference of laying hens with different genotypes differed, the proportion of eggs laid in the litter, eggs laid in the upper and bottom nests, and the number and duration of nest visits. The experiment was conducted with laying hen genotypes provided by Bábolna TETRA Ltd. (Babolna, Hun...
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Hybrid aluminum matrix composites (HAMCs) are a new class of advanced materials that can be customized and engineered to achieve specific properties for specific applications in specific environments. HAMCs find a wide range of popularity in the transportation sector because of lower noise and lower fuel consumption over other materials. This resea...
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We developed a cost-effective Fast Response Optical Spectroscopy Time synchronized instrument (FROST). FROST can measure 18 light spectra in 18 wavebands ranging from 400 to 950 nm with a 20 nm full width half maximum bandwidth. The FROST 10 Hz measurement frequency is time-synchronized by a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) timing pulse an...
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Novel zinc–palladium–porphyrin bimetal metal–organic framework (MOF) nanosheets were directly synthesized by coordination chelation between Zn(II) and Pd(II) tetra(4-carboxyphenyl)porphin (TCPP(Pd)) using a solvothermal method. Furthermore, a serial of carbon nanosheets supported Pd–Zn intermetallics (Pd–Zn-ins/CNS) with different Pd: Zn atomic rat...
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Introduction: In 2017, a quadrivalent inactivated split-virion influenza vaccine (QIV; Vaxigrip Tetra®, Sanofi) was licensed in South Korea for active immunization against influenza A and influenza B viruses in individuals aged 3 years or older, which was subsequently extended to individuals aged 6 months or older in 2018. Post-marketing surveilla...
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Excessive fluoride (F⁻) levels in the environment could induce different pathological changes, including comorbidities in reproductive functions. Hence, the aim of the present in vivo study was to explore F⁻ subacute toxicity mechanisms via Benchmark dose (BMD) methodology on rat's testicles. The experiment was conducted on thirty male Wistar rats...
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Fish ecomorphological analyses often deal with several traits simultaneously, making it challenging to interpret general patterns, and have not addressed the longitudinal component of streams in morphology‐habitat relationships. We identified ecomorphotypes of fishes and correlated their morphological variation with food, structural/hydrological va...
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With the recent development of metal oxide in various fields of science and technology, immensely nanotechnology has been contributing huge applications in the last decade, in various fields of synthetic chemistry, catalysis, and pharmaceutical industries. The utilization of metal oxide nanoparticles is superior for catalysis due to their ease of s...
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Gait is the information that can reflect the state index of the human body, and at the same time, the leg is the organ with the maximum output power of the human body. Effective collection of maximum mechanical power output and gait information can play an important role in sustainable energy acquisition and human health monitoring. In this paper,...
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Cardiac dysfunction accelerates the risk of heart failure, and its pathogenesis involves a complex interaction between genetic and environmental factors. Variations in myosin affect contractile abilities of cardiomyocytes and cause structural and functional abnormalities in myocardium. The study aims to find the association of MYH7 rs121913642 (c.1...
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Hydrogen-bonded organic frameworks (HOFs), as a newly developed porous material, have been widely used in various fields. To date, several organic building units (OBUs) with tri-, tetra-, and hexa-carboxylic acid synthons have been applied to synthesize HOFs. To our knowledge, di-carboxylic acids have rarely been reported for the construction of HO...
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B chromosomes are extra-genomic components of cells found in individuals and in populations of some eukaryotic organisms. They have been described since the first observations of chromosomes, but several aspects of their biology remain enigmatic. Despite being present in hundreds of fungi, plants, and animal species, only a small number of B chromo...
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This work aims to investigate the effect of process temperature and catalystcontent by pyrolysis and thermal catalytic cracking of (organic matter + paper) fraction from municipal household solid waste (MHSW) on the yields of reaction products (bio-oil, bio-char, H2O, and gas), acid value and chemical composition of bio-oils, and characterization o...
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This work aims to investigate the effect of process temperature and catalyst content by pyrolysis and thermal catalytic cracking of (organic matter + paper) fraction from municipal household solid waste (MHSW) on the yields of reaction products (bio-oil, bio-char, H2O, and gas), acid value and chemical composition of bio-oils, and characterization...
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This paper investigated information on monogenean species using 312 scientific papers, to search for infection and geographic distribution patterns in native freshwater fish from Brazil. We used 1,698 samples of 296 fish species of 28 families distributed into Characiformes, Siluriformes, Cichliformes, Gymnotiformes, Perciformes, Mugiliformes, Oste...
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We investigate interspecific and ontogenetic differences in the diet of five sympatric characid fish species in Rio Grande do Sul state, Southern Brazil. A total of 849 individuals were analyzed, sampled from January to December 2007. Smaller individuals of Astyanax henseli and A. lacustris consumed mainly allochthonous insects; vegetal items were...
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Although classical morphological classification within the Characidae has long history, this taxonomic perspective is now challenged when using mitochondrial genes to investigate phylogeny of this family. We discovered the problems of classical taxonomic systems from the point of mitochondrial genome of Characidae species. Here, six newly sequenced...
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Hybrid ultramicroporous materials (HUMs) are porous coordination networks composed of combinations of organic and inorganic linker ligands with a pore diameter of <7 Å. Despite their benchmark gas sorption selectivity for several industrially relevant gas separations and their inherent modularity, the structural and compositional diversity of HUMs...
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Carbon dots (CDs) show great potential in bioimaging and biosensing because of their good biocompatibility and excellent optical properties. However, CDs with intense red emissions for sensitive and selective detection are rarely reported. Herein, we prepared the red-emissive carbon dots (RCDs) through a facile hydrothermal method using tetra (4-ca...
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The flame retardant properties of the different types of cyclotriphosphazene carboxylate-intercalated LDH materials are emphasized by increasing the number of binding sites and decreasing the number of spiro groups in the cyclotriphosphazene core.
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This study presents a design of tetrapeptides acting in a competitive manner against 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase. This enzyme is studied by many researchers in order to control a cholesterol level because the elevated cholesterol level is known as a risk factor of hypercholesterolemia. In previous studies, the two hypocholestero...
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High external quantum efficiency (EQE) up to 25% has recently been reported from tetra(t‐butyl)rubrene (TBRb)‐based organic light‐emitting diodes (OLEDs), but its physical origin is still vague. Herein, using the featured responses of the evolution processes of electron‐hole pairs to an external magnetic field, an unreported high‐level reverse inte...
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This work demonstrates photocatalytic CO2 reduction by a noble-metal-free photosensitizer-catalyst system in aqueous solution under red-light irradiation. A water-soluble Mn(I) tricarbonyl diimine complex, [MnBr(4,4'-{Et2O3PCH2}2-2,2'-bipyridyl)(CO)3] (1), has been fully characterized, including single-crystal X-ray crystallography, and shown to re...
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Background Recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL) is described as two or more spontaneous abortions. To date, scientists in various fields of knowledge, such as genetics, endocrinology, anatomy, immunology, and microbiology, have identified some important factors that affect abortions; nonetheless, the precise basic etiology is not determined in up to 50%...
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Taking advantage of the powerful design potentials of isogeometric analysis, an integrated shape and size optimization framework for designing tetra chiral and anti-chiral auxetics is proposed to be capable of obtaining excellent designs without complicated implementation efforts. The framework utilizes a non-uniform rational basis spline (NURBS) b...
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The complexing properties of two water-soluble resorcin[4]arenes (tetrasodium 5,11,17,23-tetrakissulfonatemethylen 2,8,14,20-tetra(butyl)resorcin[4]arene, Na4BRA, and tetrasodium 5,11,17,23-tetrakissulfonatemethylen-2,8,14,20-tetra(2-(methylthio)ethyl)resorcin[4]arene, Na4SRA) with polluting heavy metals such as Cu2+, Pb2+, Cd2+ and Hg2+ were studi...
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Background The European Medicines Agency (EMA) requires enhanced safety surveillance to be conducted for annual seasonal influenza vaccines with the aim of rapidly detecting any potential new safety concerns before the peak immunisation period of the vaccine in any given year. The aim of this study was to detect any clinically significant change in...
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The self-healing property of concrete is defined as its inherent ability to resist aggressive chemical attacks, weathering actions, abrasion, or any other process of deterioration. Inadequateself-healing leads to many negative impacts-loss of strength, durability, and serviceability, corrosion, increased cost of repairs, increased cost-benefit rati...
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Background Olfactory dysfunction is recognized as a symptom of COVID-19. Reports revealed the nasal calcium increase has adverse effects on olfactory function. Tetra sodium pyrophosphate, a chelating agent, can bind calcium and help improve olfaction. Methods Sixty-four patients with olfactory dysfunction persisting for more than 90 days after COV...
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Electrolytic conductivities of mixed ligand complex of Ni(II) in binary mixtures of methanol and water have been measured at 288.15-308.15 K. The limiting molar conductances (Λ o) and the ion association constants (K A) of the electrolytes have been evaluated by analysis of the conductance data using the Lee and Wheaton conductivity equation. Therm...
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The reliable identification of the fish species found in Amazonian streams requires a considerable investment of both time and resources, which often hampers the biodiversity pattern mapping and conservation planning. This problem can be overcome using biological surrogates such taxonomic families, this would reduce the number of fish to be identif...
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In this paper, we have synthesized axially di‐(3,3‐diphenylpropoxy) substituted silicon (DFP‐Si) and peripherally tetra‐(3,3‐diphenylpropoxy) substituted copper (II), manganese (III) phthalocyanines (DFP‐Cu, DFP‐Mn). Then, the α‐glucosidase, acetylcholinesterase, butyrylcholinesterase, and tyrosinase inhibitory effects of DFP‐Si, DFP‐Cu, and DFP‐Mn...
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Due to fossil fuels depletion and environmental pollution, clean and sustainable energy technologies, e.g. fuel cells and metal-air batteries, have attracted extensive attention. To push further the research on these electrochemical devices, low-cost, durable and efficient electrocatalysts alternative to platinum are required, to boost the oxygen r...
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Biodegradative characteristics were investigated for the commercially available mixtures of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) Trikhlorbifenil and Sovol degraded by the Rhodococcus wratislaviensis КT112-7, Rhodococcus wratislaviensis CH628 and Rhodococcus ruber P25 strains isolated from the natural habitats. For bioutilization of the Trikhlorbifenil,...
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In the title hydrated molecular salt, [Cu(C 7 H 20 N 4 )(H 2 O) 2 ](C 8 H 4 O 4 )·H 2 O, the metal ion is coordinated by the two primary and two secondary N atoms of the amine ligand and the mutually trans O atoms of the water molecules in a tetragonally distorted octahedral geometry. The average equatorial Cu—N bond lengths (2.013 and 2.026 Å for...
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Pakistan is the fourth largest producer of milk in the world. Milk is consumed in both fresh and tetra pack form in the country. This study explores the socioeconomic factors that affect the consumer's preferences towards tetra pack and fresh milk consumption. Primary data were collected from a number of 130 randomly selected consumers using a well...
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With the complementation of whole-genome sequencing of Chinese cabbage, it is necessary to develop genome-wide Simple Sequence Repeat (SSR) markers and analyse their characteristics, which will bring a revolution in the molecular marker-assisted breeding of Chinese cabbage. In this study distribution and characteristics of SSR loci in the genome of...
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The effect of BaF2, MgF2, and AlF3 on the structural and luminescent properties of gallo-germanate glass (BGG) doped with erbium ions was investigated. A detailed analysis of infrared and Raman spectra shows that the local environment of erbium ions in the glass was influenced mainly by [GeO]4 and [GeO]6 units. Moreover, the highest number of non-b...