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TITLE-   Regiospecific Cytochrome P450 Limonene Hydroxylases from Mint (Mentha) Species: cDNA Isolation, Characterization, and Functional Expression of (−)-4S-  Limonene-3-hydroxylase and (−)-4S-Limonene-6-hydroxylase
 
AUTHER-  Shari Lupien, Frank Karp, Mark Wildung and Rodney Croteau
 
PUBLISH DETAIL-    Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics Volume 368, Issue 1, 1 August 1999, Pages 181-192
 
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Occupancy of the serotonin transporter by fluoxetine, paroxetine, and sertraline: In vivo studies with [125i]rti-55

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Volume 16 Issue 4, Pages 263 - 268

Published Online: 12 Oct 2004

Copyright © 2010 Wiley-Liss, Inc., A Wiley Company

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/109703089/abstract


 
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On Mon, May 10, 2010 at 6:48 AM, Jack <jwalin.parekh@gmail.com> wrote:
Title : Genomics and proteomics: the potential role of oral
diagnostics.

Author : Tanke HJ.

Journal - Year : Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2007 Mar; 1098: 330-4.

PMID : 17435139

Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17435139


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Title : Genomics and proteomics: the potential role of oral
diagnostics.

Author : Tanke HJ.

Journal - Year : Ann N Y Acad Sci. 2007 Mar; 1098: 330-4.

PMID : 17435139

Link : http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17435139


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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2580 LEST WE FORGET-Our M Sc Honours School Petroleum Geology advertisement poster is still on PU website

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From: Arun Deep Ahluwalia <arundeep.ahluwalia@gmail.com>
Subject: LEST WE FORGET-Our M Sc Honours School Petroleum Geology advertisement poster is still on PU website
To: "S. C. VAIDYA" <scvaidya@pu.ac.in>
Date: Sunday, 9 May, 2010, 17:42

 

Lest any one forget here it is and still on the PU Website.



I have put it on the facebook wall (under Arundeep Ahluwalia) & assured all the students to have faith in Panjab University

Our alumni are holding highest positions in oil & gas industry in India and abroad;

One call from us they are all willing to come over;

I see no reason why we should not be able to carry this course on and compete with the best courses in the world.

I know of students planning to take admission next year too.

Only way we have to look is up & forward.



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May 09, 2010

Top Headlines

Maoists have massively mined Chhattisgarh forests: Police
A day after 8 CRPF troopers were killed in a landmine blast by Maoists in Chhattisgarh's Bijapur, a top cop said guerrillas have massively mined state's forested areas and it was difficult to de-mine the vast stretches.

US gets tough on Pak, seeks action in North Waziristan
The US has delivered a tough new warning to Pakistan, asking it to quickly crack down against militants in North Waziristan, where the Times Square bombing suspect Faisal Shahzad is said to have been trained.

India bailed out China from US-EU ambush at Copenhagen: Jairam Ramesh
India saved China from getting ambushed by US and EU which wanted it to sign a treaty on verification of emission levels much against its wishes, the minister of state for environment said.

Cities

Harshad Mehta's flats to be resold
The Bombay High Court has ordered a fresh auction of 8 flats belonging to Harshad Mehta, the kingpin of securities/share market scam of 1992, but the highest bidder from previous auction is going to challenge this order, his lawyer said.

Cellphones seized from Tihar prisoners in Delhi
Prisoners managed to sneak in at least nine mobile phones and 11 SIM cards into the high-security Tihar Jail in New Delhi in the past two years, but authorities seized them before they could be used by the inmates.

Business

Indian ADRs lose $12bn in a week
Indian stocks trading on the American bourses collectively lost over $12 billion last week, with IT major Wipro topping the losers' chart.

'Prolonged debt crisis in Europe could impact India'
Global credit ratings agency Standard & Poor's has said that a prolonged and widespread debt crisis in Europe could have a substantial negative impact on the Indian economy.

Sports

Zimbabwe tour: Raina named captain, senior players rested
Senior players were rested as India named a second-string squad with Suresh Raina as the captain and Virat Kohli his deputy for the Zimbabwe tour.

India beat South Korea 3-2 in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup
Defending champions India quelled a late Korean surge to eke out a narrow 3-2 victory and stretch their unbeaten run in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament on Sunday.

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Mums, listen to your kids: Kajol
"My own mother (the actress Tanuja) always put her family first. Even when she was working, we were her top priority," said Kajol.

Vidhu gets stay order against 4th Idiot
Vidhu Vinod Chopra, producer of 3 Idiots, has filed a notice and obtained a stay order against the movie The 4th Idiot, saying that they can't hold the premiere without showing the movie to him first.

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Review: Sony Ericsson Xperia X10
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On Sun, May 9, 2010 at 5:52 AM, Wania Freitas <freitas.wania@gmail.com> wrote:
J Assoc Physicians India. 2009 Sep;57:636, 638-40, 645.

Multi-drug resistant Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Acinetobacter
baumannii infections among hospitalized patients: risk factors and
outcomes.
Shanthi M, Sekar U.

Department of Microbiology, Sri Ramachandra Medical College and
Research Institute, Chennai-600116.
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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2579 As efforts to end child labour slow, ILO calls for “re-energized” global action

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As efforts to end child labour slow, ILO calls for "re-energized"
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http://www.ilo.org/global/About_the_ILO/Media_and_public_information/Press_releases/lang--en/WCMS_126840/index.htm

Type Press release
Date issued 07 May 2010
Reference ILO/10/19
Unit responsible Communication and Public Information
Subjects child labour
Other languages Français • Español

Amid growing concerns over the impact of the economic downturn, the
International Labour Office (ILO) warned in a new study that efforts
to eliminate the worst forms of child labour are slowing down and
called for a "re-energized" global campaign to end the practice.

In its quadrennial Global Report on child labour, the ILO said that
the global number of child labourers had declined from 222 million to
215 million, or 3 per cent, over the period 2004 to 2008, representing
a "slowing down of the global pace of reduction." The report also
expressed concern that the global economic crisis could "further
brake" progress toward the goal of eliminating the worst forms of
child labour by 2016.

"Progress is uneven: neither fast enough nor comprehensive enough to
reach the goals that we have set," said ILO Director-General Juan
Somavia. "New and large-scale efforts are needed. The situation calls
for a re-energized campaign against child labour. We must scale up
action and move into a higher gear."

Mr. Somavia added: "The economic downturn cannot become an excuse for
diminished ambition and inaction. Instead it offers the opportunity to
implement the policy measures that work for people, for recovery and
for sustainable development."

The new ILO report, entitled Accelerating action against Child Labour,
comes on the eve of a Global Child Labour Conference organized by the
Government of the Netherlands in The Hague in cooperation with the
ILO. Mr. Somavia said the impetus for action will be given a boost at
the Global Conference, which is to consider a new "road map" for the
elimination of child labour.

Trends since 2006
The new report's findings are in contrast to the last quadrennial
evaluation in 2006 which found greater cause for optimism. The updated
picture is one of "uneven" progress toward the goal of eliminating the
worst forms of child labour by 2016. The report warns that if current
trends continue the 2016 target will be missed.

The good news is that the overall pattern of child labour reduction
has been maintained: the more harmful the work and the more vulnerable
the children involved, the faster the decline. However, a staggering
115 million are still exposed to hazardous work, a proxy often used
for the worst forms of child labour.

The report breaks down data by age and gender. Progress was greatest
among children aged 5-14, where the number of child labourers fell by
10 per cent. The number of children in hazardous work in this age
range fell by 31 per cent. Child labour among girls decreased
considerably (by 15 million or 15 per cent). However, it increased
among boys (by 8 million or 7 per cent). What's more, child labour
among young people aged 15 to 17 increased by 20 per cent, from 52
million to 62 million.

The Global Report also includes data aggregated by region. It shows,
for example, that Asia Pacific and Latin America and the Caribbean
continue to reduce child labour, while sub-Saharan Africa has
witnessed an increase both in relative and absolute terms. This region
also has the highest incidence of children working, with one in four
children engaged in child labour.

Constance Thomas, Director of the ILO's International Programme on the
Elimination of Child Labour (IPEC), outlined some of the key remaining
challenges in tackling child labour, including the scale of the
problem in Africa, a much needed breakthrough in agriculture – where
most child labourers work – and the need to address sometimes "hidden"
forms of child labour, which are often among the worst forms.

"Most child labour is rooted in poverty. The way to tackle the problem
is clear. We must ensure that all children have the chance of going to
school, we need social protection systems that support vulnerable
families – particularly at times of crisis – and we need to ensure
that adults have a chance of decent work. These measures, combined
with effective enforcement of laws that protect children, provide the
way forward", Ms Thomas said.

The ILO IPEC programme was launched in 1992, and in the 2008-09
biennium it was operational in over 90 countries.

The global conference on child labour in The Hague on 10-11 May will
gather some 450 delegates from 80 countries. The meeting will also
serve as a platform for the launch of an interagency report by the
ILO, the World Bank and UNICEF. The report, "Joining forces against
child labour – Inter-agency report for The Hague Global Child Labour
Conference of 2010", calls for child labour to be placed at the
forefront of national development agendas and presents a range of
evidence indicating that child labour constitutes an important
impediment to national development.

For more information on the Global Report and the interagency report,
please contact the ILO Department of Communication at +4122/799-7912
or communication@ilo.org

For more information on the meeting in The Hague, please visit:
www.childlabourconference2010.com

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:2578 Maoists blow up CRPF truck, 8 killed

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Maoists blow up CRPF truck, 8 killed
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Raghvendra Rao , JOSEPH JOHN
Tags : Naxals, Maoist rebels, CRPF personnel
Posted: Sun May 09 2010, 07:04 hrs
Raipur/New Delhi:

A Little over a month after they killed 75 CRPF personnel in Dantewada
district of Chhattisgarh, Maoist rebels struck the paramilitary force
again in the state on Saturday, triggering a powerful landmine blast
that killed eight CRPF personnel traveling in a mini-truck in South
Bastar region. Significantly, the vehicle was blown up on a National
Highway.

The attack took place around 5 pm on National Highway 16 that runs
through the forests near Padekodepal, about 14 km from the district
headquarters of Bijapur.

The deceased were identified as ASI Santosh Kumar, head constables H K
Ghosh, Hajarilal Verma and Subramaniam and constables Santosh Kumar,
Rakesh Meena, Tekram Verma and Salad Singh. All the deceased belonged
to the CRPF's 168th Battalion.

Chhattisgarh DGP Vishwaranjan told reporters that a CRPF man sustained
injuries on his leg while two civilians, who were passing through on a
motorcycle, also sustained minor injuries. He said the security
personnel were on their way to Bijapur from Awapalli to fetch ration
supplies. "The personnel were travelling in three mini-trucks. The
blast occurred at a place called Chinnkotakpal. While two mini-trucks
crossed over unharmed, the last one in the convoy was blown up by the
Naxals," a source said. The vehicle, a Tata 407, was a bulletproof
truck, sources added. It was blown into pieces and some of the bodies
were mutilated beyond recognition

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