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Editorial

Micro array: A systematic review

Balasubramanian J, Azhageshraj K

Molecular Biology research evolves through the development of the technologies used for carrying them out. It is not possible to research on a large number of genes using traditional methods.

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(7), 3-4

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Research

Integral Points on the homogeneous cone z2 = 5x2 + 11y2

Gopalan MA, Sangeetha V, Manju Somanath

The homogeneous cone represented by the ternary quadratic Diophantine equation Z2 = 5x2 + 11y2 is analyzed for its patterns of non zero distinct integral solutions.

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(7), 5-8

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Editorial

Motion based on Kinetic energy in different states of matter: A Review

Balasubramanian J, Narayanan N

Kinetic energy is a type of energy related to motion. The faster the velocities of something, in this case the particles of solids, liquids and gases, the more kinetic energy those particles have.

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(8), 11-12

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Research

Synthesis of 2-(1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-ylimino)-5-arylidenethia zolidin-4-ones,1-(1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-yl)-5-methyl-3-aryl- 1,3,5-triazinane-2-thiones and 3-(1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-yl)-5- aryl-1,3,5-oxadiazinane-4-thiones

Dayakar G, Jeyanthi A, Kalyani T

1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-amine (1) reacts with ammoniumthiocyanide to form 1-(1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-yl)thiourea (2), which on reaction with chloroacetic acid gives 2-(1H-imidazo[4,5-b]pyridin-2-ylimino)thiazolidin-4-one

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(8), 13-15

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Editorial

Nanotechnology in Cancer Therapy: a perspective

Balasubramanian J, Narayanan N

Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionize cancer diagnosis and therapy. Advances in protein engineering and materials science have contributed to novel nanoscale targeting approaches that may bring new hope to cancer patients.

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(9), 18-19

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Research

Efficacy of botanicals/ biopesticides against active stages of Eriophyide mite Aceria Guerreronis (k) in Machenahalli, Shimoga, Karnataka

Nafeesa Begum, Ramesh Babu HN, Poojitha DR

The coconut mite, Aceria guerreronis Keifer, attacks young fruits of the coconut palm, Cocos nucifera L. The experiment on utilization of botanicals in the management of the coconut

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(9), 20-23

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Research

Reproductive Biology of Indian Mackerel, Rastrelliger Kanagurta (Cuvier, 1817) Off Ratnagiri Coast, Maharashtra, India

Bhendarkar MP, Naik SD, Mohite SA, Kulkarni GN

The present study indicated that there is no population synchrony in spawning of Indian mackerel resulting in the availability of spawners throughout the year.

Discovery Science, 2013, 3(9), 24-26

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Editorial

Poor and Bad quality of water: a severe health threat in India

Deepa V

The water quality problem in India is severe in many states of the country. It has been discovered that there are relatively less initiatives toward dealing with the issues related to water top quality

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(10), 3

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Analysis

Digital libraries (internet resources) of Ph.D. dissertations and theses and its impact among the aerospace scientists and engineers of Bangalore

Guruprasad R, Marimuthu P

In today’s ‘Information Society’, e-resources have become an accepted means of information source. They are quickly becoming more and more important in today’s world in view of the fact

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(10), 4-8

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Research

Miniaturized-Screen printed electrode of Electrochemical Biosensor for Monitoring Insulin in Diabetic Patients

Kaur A, Verma N

The present work deals with the development of miniatured electrochemical biosensor, an enzyme electrode for monitoring insulin.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(10), 9-14

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Editorial

Novel approaching in Photosynthesis: Carotenoids possible to observe Green and Blue Light and pass to Chlorophylls

Deepa V

Pigmentation discovered in vegetation and violet parasites applied to shield you from sun harm do more than just that. Scientists from the School of Greater and School of Glasgow

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(11), 17

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Perspective

Silent sound technology – Needs and applications

Shivangi Miglani, Shweta Kharbanda, Vaibhav Sundriyal

The Silent sound technology is a perfect solution for those people who have lost their voice but wish to speak on mobile phones.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(11), 18-19

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Research

Effect of herbal lysine supplement on broiler poultry bird performance

Kanduri AB, Kokane SS, Saxena MJ, Ravikanth K, Maini S, Dandale M

The herbal composition containing natural source of lysine was examined to assess its efficacy in terms of growth, haemato-biochemical, pathological and carcass quality attributes.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(11), 20-21

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Research

Study of allometric relationships in the great clam, Meretrix meretrix (Chemnitz) from the south west coast of India

Sawant PP, Mohite SA

The great clam, Meretrix meretrix is a major contributor in the clam catches along the south west coast of Maharashtra, India.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(11), 22-24

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Research

Solid waste generation, characteristics and disposal at Chittagong University campus, Chittagong, Bangladesh

Md. Auhidur Rahman, Md. Lokman Hossain, Ashik Rubaiyat, Shamim Akter Mamun, Md. Zubayer Alam Khan, Md. Musa Sayem, Mohammed Kamal Hossain

Chittagong University (CU) is a public university, known as the cleanest university of Bangladesh due to its neatness and overwhelming presence of green trees and hilly landscape.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(11), 25-30

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Editorial

Small and Speedy Dinosaurs: the evidence to evaluate the Ecosystems

Deepa V

Dinosaurs are often believed of as huge, intense creatures, but new analysis features a formerly neglected variety of little dinosaurs.

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(12), 33

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Research

Bulging Effect: Impact of thermophiles in pasteurized milk pouches

Shah BP, Shah DR, Shah RR, ChauhanDivyesh, ChauhanParesh

A study was undertaken to check the protagonist possessions of thermophilic bacteria in defect development under prolonged incubation of packed milk pouches

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(12), 34-39

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Research

Corrosion inhibition and adsorption behaviour of different extracts of Telferia Occidentalis on mild steel in acidic medium

Alinnor IJ, Nwagbo NC, Nwogu DN

Mild steel coupons of different dimension 3x3x0.014 cm were suspended in a beaker containing 200 ml of inhibitor/blank solutions maintained at 303 K and 333 K in a thermostated water bath

Discovery Science, 2013, 4(12), 40-45

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Editorial

Gustatory receptor reacts for Salty Foods

Deepa V

Taste is the sensation produced when a substance in the mouth reacts chemically with receptors of taste buds.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(13), 3

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Research

Nutritional status of the tree litters, coffee, tea processing wastes, pungam, simaruba shell and vegetable mandy waste composts

Kiruba M, Tilak M, Kalaiselvi T, Shanmugam M

The environmental friendly ‘vermicomposting technology’ can very well be adopted for converting wastes into wealth.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(13), 4-6

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Research

Interferometric study of s-substituted Triazinothiocarbamides in 70% Dioxane water mixture

Tayade DT, Kshirsagar AM

S-triazine and thiocarbamide group containing drug create their own identity in the drug, pharmaceutical and medicinal sciences in last four decades.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(13), 7-12

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Research

HetSimSearch- A heteroatom similarity search tool

Udayakumar M, Gayatry TJ, Sowmya G

Proteins are the building blocks of organisms. They involve in diverse functions starting from the structural support to the cells to immune support to the body which helps to fight the diseases

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(13), 13-15

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Editorial

Discovery of recognizing sensory system in the foreleg of the fruit fly

Deepa V

Drosophila melanogaster is a fly, distributed worldwide with the exception of extremes of altitude or latitude.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(14), 19

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Anlysis

Real Physical Meaning of the Spin of Electron

Mei ZH, Mei SY, Yu QX

Further study of quantum mechanics led us to some new comprehensions. The spin of electron is no longer spin of electron in quantum mechanics, but the effect of relativity.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(14), 20-23

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Research

Glimpses of gender mainstreaming in Indian marine fisheries sector

Vipinkumar VP, Meenakumari B, Shanthi B, Jayasankar P

The paper highlights the glimpses on gender mainstreaming in Indian marine fisheries sector focusing attention on the gender equity and equality emphasized in the Indian context.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(14), 24-34

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Research

An anthropological study of food taboos among Kinnauras of Himachal Pradesh

Sharma Siddharatha, Kaur Reetinder

The socio-cultural understanding of food and related taboos has been a concern of anthropology for long.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(14), 35-36

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Research

Antimicrobial effect of the microcurrent application after burns of 2° degree induced in the skin of the back in wistar mice (novergicus rattus)

Angeloti PF, Santos GMT, Mendonça FAS, Levada MMO, Beretta ALRZ

Many studies are demonstrating the therapeutic use through electric incentives in countless processes of tissue repair. Initially the skin harmed by burn becomes sterile.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(14), 37-39

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Editorial

Heavy and regular cellular phone usage leads to oxidative stress and Cancer too

Deepa V

Cell phones emit radiofrequency energy (radio waves), a form of non-ionizing radiation. Tissues nearest to where the phone is held can absorb this energy

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(15), 43

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Perspectives

Selective catalytic oxidation of glycerol to synthesize 2-Dihydroxyacetone

Pachpande CP, Waghmare JS

Glycerol is a by-product from biodiesel industry. Biodiesel production is increasing exponentially. So the crude glycerol generated has also been generated in a large quantity.

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(15), 44-46

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Research

Biological control of Aspergillus Niger causing collar rot of groundnut

Radhaiah A, Nagalakshmi Devamma M

Of all the 65 bacterial biocontrol agents screened by dual culture technique, the isolate SAM-17 showed maximum inhibition (100%) and the antagonist SAMB-29 (41.33%)

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(15), 47-51

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Research

A study on the efficiency of Polysorbate 20 as additive for phenol removal from aqueous solutions catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase

Merlin Thomas

In the present study, the efficiency of Polysorbate 20 (Tween 20) as additive on the removal of phenol catalyzed by horseradish peroxidase was done as an alternative

Discovery Science, 2013, 5(15), 52-54

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Editorial

Scientists discovered World’s largest single volcano

Deepa V

The largest volcano on Earth is hidden beneath the western Pacific Ocean and covers an area the size of New Mexico.

Discovery Science, 2013, 6(16), 7

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Communication

New-fangled idea to treat cancer through barricading de novo lipogenesis

Jagatheesh K, Elangovan N

In early period of cancer research many studies state that metabolic changes are common features of cancer cells, such as Warburg effect.

Discovery Science, 2013, 6(16), 8

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Research

Synthesis and Characterizations of Novel Poly (safranine-co-luminol)

Agathian K, Anbarasan R

Luminescent and fluorescent novel co-polymer was synthesized by chemical method. The co-polymer consists of luminescent luminol units and florescent safranine units.

Discovery Science, 2013, 6(16), 9-13

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Editorial

Structure and shape of the molecule determine its reaction rate

Deepa V

Most molecules occur in several shapes, which may behave very differently. Understanding the shapes of molecules is an important first step in being able to discuss

Discovery Science, 2013, 7(17), 6

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Communication

Run Jobs Anytime Anywhere: Computer Cluster

Preeti Dhanda, Nisha Yadav, Shikha Yadav

The requirements and expectations of modern-day applications are varying in the sense that they not only demand computing resources (be they processing power, memory or disk space),

Discovery Science, 2013, 7(17), 7-10

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Perspectives

Who Wants Rudolf Diesel’s Death?

Levada CL, Maceti H, Lautenschleguer IJ, Levada MMO

Rudolf Diesel, from a German family, was born in Paris in 1858. He graduated from the Polytechnic School in Munich as a mechanical engineer.

Discovery Science, 2013, 7(17), 11-14

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