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The National Institute of Biologicals invites Scientist Grade-I, II and Jr. Scientist - 3 Posts

The National Institute of Biologicals, an autonomous institution under the Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India is a premier scientific organization and a Centre of excellence to ensure quality of vaccines and biologicals in the country. Applications are invited for the following scientific posts on Direct recruitment basis.


About Authors:
Mr. Satyanand Tyagi*, Raghvendra1, Amlan Mishra2, Patel Chirag J3, Asheesh Singh4
*President, Tyagi Pharmacy Association & Scientific Writer (pharmacy), Chattarpur, New Delhi, India-110074.
Prof. Satyanand Tyagi is a life time member of various pharmacy professional bodies like IPA, APTI and IPGA. He has published various research papers and review articles. His academic works include 51 Publications (43 Review Articles and 08 Research Articles of Pharmaceutical, Medicinal and Clinical Importance, published in standard and reputed National and International Pharmacy journals; Out of 51 publications, 11 are International Publications).
He has published his papers almost in different specialization of Pharmacy field...His research topics of interest are neurodegenerative disorders, diabetes mellitus, cancer, rare genetic disorders as well as epilepsy.
Department of Pharmaceutics, Aligarh College of Pharmacy, Aligarh, U.P, India-202001.
2Department of Pharmacology, Smt. Vidyawati College of Pharmacy, Jhansi, U.P, India-284128.
3Department of Pharmaceutics, Maharishi Arvind Institute of Pharmacy, Mansarovar, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India-302020.
4Research Associate, Center for Research and Development, Ipca Laboratories Ltd Ratlam, Madhya Pradesh, India-457114.

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The umbilical blood cord being rich in stem cells needs to be preserved by means of a new technique called cryopreservation. The Process whereby whole tissues or cells are preserved by cooling at very low temperatures is known as Cryopreservation. Stem cell cryopreservation is a relatively new phenomenon; it is one way of ensuring the longevity of child’s health. This is done by banking the baby’s umbilical cord blood affluent with stem cells. Stem cells are important as they can grow into tissues, even organs like the heart or liver. What is more, they have the awesome potential to revamp damaged tissues.

Till date, over seventy diseases have been successfully treated with the help of stem cell stored in the cord blood. Research on stem cells has, by no means, abated. Scientists realizing their potential and worth are carrying out intensive research on their uses as well as ways preservation. Before preserving stem cells, a biological test is carried out to eschew the possibility of deadly diseases like various types of Hepatitis or HIV. That done, the cord blood cells are now stored by means of the technique under discussion- Cryopreservation. This technique involves adding a cryopreservant that lets the blood freeze gradually. The blood is frozen to sub-zero degree temperatures so that biochemical reactions or any other dangerous biological that could cause cell death may be arrested. Typically, the cells are stored at temperatures as low as -196, – 156, or – 120 degrees centigrade. Freezing stem cells through cryopreservation at such low temperatures is supposed to ensure their longevity. Let it be known, however, that scientists are still divided over the optimum temperatures as well as the efficacy of the cryopreservation technique itself. The aim of present article is to provide in depth knowledge about this technique of preserving stem cells of child i.e. the technique so called “Cryopreservation”. An attempt is also made to focus how this technique ensures the longevity of child’s health.

Multiple vacancies in Indian Institute of Toxicology Research - Project Assistants & SRF | Walk in - 13 posts

The Indian Institute of Toxicology Research (IITR), established in 1965, a constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) engaged in the Research & Development in the areas of Environmental Toxicology, Predictive Toxicology, Health Risk Assessment, Preventive Toxicology, Inhalation Toxicology, Analytical Toxicology, and also National S&T Missions. IITR has two campuses; the main campus is located at the centre of Lucknow City and the other campus at a distance of approx.


About Authors:
Kishan Singh *, Krishn Kumar Agrawal
Institute of Pharmaceutical Research GLA University,
Mathura-281403 (U.P.) India.

Herbal drugs are traditionally used in various parts of the world to cure different diseases. The Ayurvedic and Siddha medical systems are very famous medical practices in Indian traditional medicines. Over the last few ,researcher have aimed at identifying and validation plant derived substance for the treatment of various disease .similarly it has been already proved that various parts of plants such as leaf, fruits seeds etc.provide heath and nutrition promoting compounds traditional used against various disease. Aegle marmelos have been used in ethno medicine to exploit its’ medicinal properties including astringent, antidiarrheal antidysentric, demulcent, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory activities. The present review aims to complete medicinal values of Aegle marmelos generated through the research activity using modern scientific approaches and innovative scientific tools.

Kanpur institute of technology (KIT) invites Director/ Professors/ Associate Professors/ Assistant Professors/ Lecturers (Selection Grade)/ Senior Lecturers/ Lecturers

Kanpur institute of technology (KIT) has been founded by ITES. The society was founded by Mr.P.K. jain, Mrs. Neena Verma, Mr.Anil Kumar Agrawal and Mr.Vipul jain with the aim of  providing state of art education in the field of  engineering and technology . the found member of the society are highly motivated visionaries and  are the venture. With a vision to develop a world class institution, kanpur institute of technology was established in 2004 by fully dedicated ambassadors of  the  society.


About Authors:
Tyagi Nitin*, Singh Vikram Jeet, Mishra Santosh Kumar
CARPS, Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Shobhit University,
Meerut, U.P.(250110), India.

These tablets were introduced in 1980s in the market  and since their introduction in the market the fast dissolving tablets are gaining popularity regularly. Due to their rapid disintegration or dissolution in the oral cavity as they come into contact of saliva normally with in one minute, without the use of water these provides patient compliance particularly to the pediatric, geriatric ,bedridden patients and for patients who are very much busy in travelling and does not have easy access to water. The present article aims on the recent advancements in the fast dissolving tablets and provides a good information about the advantages,limitations, mechanism of action of superdisintegrants, the conventional and patented development techniques and about the evaluation parameters of the fast dissolving tablets.