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  • Power can Corrupt even the honest

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    New research, published in The Leadership Quarterly, highlights the influence of power in leader corruption. When appointing a new leader, selectors base their choice on several factors and typically look for leaders with desirable characteristics such as honesty and trustworthiness. However once leaders are in power, can we trust them to exercise it in a prosocial manner?

  • Certain genes when exposed to the environment may lead to diabetes

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    Arsenic, which can be present in ground water, modifies an enzyme that alters the secretion of insulin in the pancreas. Physicians, usually, show type II diabetes as a consequence of an exaggerated food intake and lack of exercise.

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  • Unichem Pharmaceuticals issues Voluntary Recall of hypertension drugs

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    Unichem Pharmaceuticals (USA) is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, is voluntarily recalling one lot of Hydrochlorothiazide Tablets 25 mg 1000-count bottle at the consumer level, US Food and Drug Administration (USFDA) said in a statement.

  • Vodafone Business Services launch 'dCare Smart'

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    Vodafone Business Services (VBS) collaborate with Diabetacare to launch dCare Smart, a device that helps people manage diabetes better. The device transmits blood sugar results to a secure Diabetacare server, where they are constantly monitored by diabetes specialist clinicians at the Diabetacare’s Diabetes Management Centre (DMC). dCare Smart is paired with the back-end clinical servers which connect directly to the electronic medical record system, wherein access is given to patients and their caregivers to keep them informed and better manage the condition.

  • Scientists Target Kupffer Cell Protein CD68 to cure malaria

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    Which plays a crucial role in malaria infection, and may lead to potential new drug to fight the disease. The study is published in Journal of Experimental Medicine.

  • Biocon’s novel ophthalmology molecule, QPI-1007, entered for clinical phase

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    Biocon’s novel drug pipeline which has an ophthalmology molecule, QPI-1007, is entering clinical trial phase. QPI-1007 is for ocular neuroprotection in NAION and acute angle closure glaucoma. In mid-December 2013, the company entered into a licensing and collaboration agreement for the development of a range of siRNA (small interfering RNA) based novel therapeutics with Quark Pharmaceuticals which was researching on QPI-1007.

  • Scientists identify that memories can be lost and found

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    A team of scientists believe they have shown that memories are more robust than we thought and have identified the process in the brain, which could help rescue lost memories or bury bad memories, and pave the way for new drugs and treatment for people with memory problems.

  • First interim results from Ebola vaccine efficacy trial suggest vaccine provides high protection against disease

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    Tests of the experimental Ebola vaccine VSV-ZEBOV in over 7500 participants in Guinea suggest that the vaccine provides high protection against the disease as early as ten days after vaccination, in adults who have potentially been exposed to the virus by coming in close contact with a recently infected person.

  • Getting to the bottom of ageing

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    The question of why we age is one of the most fascinating questions for humankind, but nothing close to a satisfactory answer has been found to date. Scientists at the Leibniz-Institut für Molekulare Pharmakologie in Berlin have now taken one step closer to providing an answer.

  • USFDA reject approval of Sun Pharma’s novel anti-glaucoma eye drops

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    USFDA rejected Sun Pharma Advanced Research Company’s Application for its new anti-glaucoma eye drops. The product is to be manufactured at Sun Pharmaceutical Industries’ Halol facility. USFDA has indicated that a satisfactory resolution of the current good manufacturing practice (cGMP) deficiencies at this facility is a prerequisite for the final approval of Xelpros.

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