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Memory of water

Background

The concept of 'memory of water' explains the properties of an aqueous preparation to hold the previous history of the sample. First, in the late 1980s, France's most respected biologists, Jacques Benveniste showed that solutes, subjected to sequential physical processing and dilution, demonstrate biological effects different from those apparent using just the water employed for the dilutions. The 'memory of water' holds within its brevity of phrase the concept that much diluted solutions appear to behave as though they contain absent solutes that had once been present. Although some scientists try to correlate this property of water to explain the mechanism of action of homeopathic medicine but this association may mislead the explanation of the 'memory' [1]. However the work about 'memory of water' was first done to reveal the mechanism of action of homeopathic medicine. The objective of our review is to find out the evidence of 'memory of water' and to find out the application of this theory in pharmaceutical field.


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Actuation of Dielectric Elastomer and Strain Calculation

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Actuation of DE Sample

For each of the DE sample prepared, actuation experiment is carried out to find the strain-voltage relationship at different pre-strain values. The voltage required for the actuation of DE sample is in Kilo Volts. For this the voltage is supplied by an ultra-miniature DC to HVDC converter. The converter used is EMCO's Q101-5 which has input voltage ranging from 0V-5V DC and gives the output voltage as 0V-10KV DC. The turn-on voltage is 0.7V for this device. At 0.7 volts the output of Q101-5 is approximately 1.4KV and the output increases linearly with input voltage.


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Dielectric Elastomer actuator

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Smart materials respond to external stimulus like temperature, pressure, pH, electric field, magnetic field etc., by changing one or more of their properties in a controllable manner. Dielectric elastomer (DE) is a type of smart material which produces large strains with the application of voltage. Due to this properties DE can be used as actuators where large strains are required.


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Lab 9 Determination of anti-oedemic action of Aspirin with the help of Plethysmometer

Theory: Inflammation is the protective response of the host cells against the invading pathogens and noxious stimuli, which is characterized by the swelling, redness, pain and increased body temperature. When the foreign substance enters in the body it produces two types of immune responses: innate non adaptive response (immediate response) and adaptive immune response (specific for the invading pathogens). Innate immune response against the infection gives rise to the signs and symptoms of inflammations [Rang et. al., 2007].


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IIT JAM Question Papers
Physics, Chemistry, maths, etc.
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Lab 12 Collection of blood from orbital sinus of rats and separation of RBC

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Blood is the body tissue which can be easily taken out from the body. That is the reason blood profiles are taken into account to diagnose a diseases, progression of the disease condition or several bioassays testing (like preliminary screening, dose fixing, toxicity study, comparative efficacy study, impact of drug on blood cells count, hormone concentrations, immunity etc.).


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IIT Patna: Directors

IITP Established on August 6, 2008

IIT Patna first director
First Director:

Prof. Gautam Barua: Aug 2008 to July 2009



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IIT Patna: A Journey Began

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Establishment

The Indian Institute of technology Patna (commonly known as IITP) is an autonomous institute for education and research in the field of science and technology. As the name suggests, the institute is located at Patna, in the state of Bihar. The institute is one among the eight new IITs established in the year of 2008. IIT Patna had been established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India under The Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act which was passed in Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha in 2011 and 2012 respectively. It has been recognized as an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India.


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Gout: Cause, Diagnosis and Treatment

Gout: Definition

Gout is a metabolic disorder characterized by hyperuricemia, which is variably defined as a serum urate level greater than 7.0 mg/dl. Crystals of uric acid evoke a severe inflammatory response (acute gout), cause chalky deposits (tophi) and cause renal stones and/or renal tubular obstruction


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