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42nd National Seminar on Crystallography and International Workshop on Application of X-ray Diffraction for Drug Discovery

The 42nd National Seminar on Crystallography (NSC 42) will be organized jointly by Indian Crystallographic Association (ICA) and INSA National Committee for IUCr. NSC 42 will be held in New Delhi during November 21-23, 2013. There will be an excellent opportunity for Crystallographers from all over the country to meet and deliberate on various aspects of X-ray Crystallographic research.

Opening for JRF/SRF/RA in JNU

The JNU campus is a microcosm of the Indian nation, drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. To make sure that this is so, annual admission tests are simultaneously held at 37 centres spread across the length and breadth of the country, and special care is taken to draw students from the underprivileged castes and ethic groups by reserving 22.5 percent of seats for them. Overseas students form some 10 percent of the annual intake.

JNU invites Project Assistant, Senior Research Fellow, Junior Research Fellow, Research Associate

The JNU campus is a microcosm of the Indian nation, drawing students from every nook and corner of the country and from every group and stratum of society. To make sure that this is so, annual admission tests are simultaneously held at 37 centres spread across the length and breadth of the country, and special care is taken to draw students from the underprivileged castes and ethic groups by reserving 22.5 percent of seats for them. Overseas students form some 10 percent of the annual intake.

EVALUATION OF ANTI HYPERLIPIDEMIC ACTIVITY OF GMELINA ARBOREA ON CHOLESTEROL INDUCED HYPELIPIDEMIC RAT MODEL

About Auhtor:
Avula Parthasarthi Yadav*,
Krishna Theja Pharmacy College,
Jawaharlal Nehru University, Anantapur.
*parthu298@gmail.com

1. Introduction
Currently natural products are gaining popularity to combat various physiological threats including oxidative stress, cardiovascular complexities, cancer insurgence, and immune dysfunction. The use of traditional remedies may be encountered more frequently due to an array of scientific evidence in their favor1.  It has been well established that nutrition plays an important role in the etiology of hyperlipidimia, atherosclerosis and other coronary heart disease (CHD) complications like myocardial infarction1.
The etiology and pathogencity of coronary heart diseases lie in the casual relationship between the development of atherosclerosis, elevated plasma lipid percentage cholesterol levels in blood and plasma, genetic makeup, endicrinological aberration, immunologic and autonomic factors, blood flow and coagulation2.

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