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Medarticles Reg: Plz, Plz. Need full text atricle

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Need full text article. Please upload here also.

Jones TM, Fang VS, Landau RL, Rosenfield R. Direct inhibition of
Leydig cell function by estradiol. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1978 Dec;
47(6):1368-1373.

DOI: 10.1210/jcem-47-6-1368

http://jcem.endojournals.org/content/47/6/1368.abstract

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[socialactionfoundationforequity:13978 The Festival Starts Tomorrow!

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Subject: The Festival Starts Tomorrow!
To: "Avnish Jolly" <avnishjolly@yahoo.com>
Date: Wednesday, 15 June, 2011, 18:32

Film Festival
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HRW Film Festival Starts Tomorrow!

The Human Rights Watch Film Festival returns to New York tomorrow with a program packed full of documentaries and dramas set to inspire, inform and trigger debate. Don't miss out on this year's program -- click here to purchase tickets!

This year's Nestor Almendros award for courage in filmmaking goes to Mimi Chakarova's THE PRICE OF SEX. It is a story told by the young women who have been drawn into a world of sex trafficking and abuse but who refuse to be silenced.

THE PRICE OF SEX + Q&A

Intimate and revealing, The Price of Sex is a feature-length documentary about young Eastern European women who have been drawn into a world of sex trafficking and abuse. It is a story told by the young women who refused to be silenced by shame, fear, and violence. Emmy-nominated photojournalist Mimi Chakarova, who grew up in Bulgaria, takes us on a personal journey­–exposing the shadowy world of sex trafficking from Eastern Europe to the Middle East and Western Europe. Filming undercover and gaining extraordinary access, Chakarova illuminates how even though some women escape to tell their stories, sex trafficking thrives.
The screenings will be followed by a Q&A session with filmmaker Mimi Chakarova, and the June 25th screening will include a panel discussion moderated by Aisling Reidy (Senior Legal Adviser with Human Rights Watch) with Chakarova, Danielle Malangone (Deputy Director of the Midtown Community Court), and Robert Rosenthal (Executive Director, Center for Investigative Reporting).

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Medarticles Please, I need some articles from J Nat Prod

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Please, I need the next papers:

1) "Benzyl Derivatives with in Vitro Binding Affinity for Human Opioid
and Cannabinoid Receptors from the Fungus Eurotium repens"
Jiangtao Gao†, Francisco Len†, Mohamed M. Radwan‡§, Olivia R. Dale†,
Afeef S. Husni†, Susan P. Manly‡, Shari Lupien, Xiaoning Wang†, Robert
A. Hill, Frank M. Dugan, Horace G. CutlerΔ, and Stephen J. Cutler*†
J. Nat. Prod., Article ASAP
DOI: 10.1021/np200147c
Publication Date (Web): June 13, 2011

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np200147c

2) "Chaxamycins A–D, Bioactive Ansamycins from a Hyper-arid Desert
Streptomyces sp."
Mostafa E. Rateb†‡, Wael E. Houssen†§, Markus Arnold§, Mostafa H.
Abdelrahman†, Hai Deng†, William T. A. Harrison†, Chinyere K. Okoro,
Juan A. Asenjo, Barbara A. Andrews, Gail Ferguson§, Alan T. Bull#,
Michael Goodfellow, Rainer Ebel†, and Marcel Jaspars*
J. Nat. Prod., Article ASAP
DOI: 10.1021/np200320u
Publication Date (Web): May 9, 2011

Link:
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np200320u?prevSearch=%2528chaxamycin%2529%2BNOT%2B%255Batype%253A%2Bad%255D%2BNOT%2B%255Batype%253A%2Bacs-toc%255D&searchHistoryKey=

3) "Natural Products as Molecular Messengers"
Jerrold Meinwald*
J. Nat. Prod., 2011, 74 (3), pp 305–309
DOI: 10.1021/np100754j
Publication Date (Web): December 29, 2010

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np100754j?prevSearch=&searchHistoryKey=

4) "Modern Natural Products Drug Discovery and Its Relevance to
Biodiversity Conservation"
David G. I. Kingston
J. Nat. Prod., 2011, 74 (3), pp 496–511
DOI: 10.1021/np100550t
Publication Date (Web): December 7, 2010

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np100550t?prevSearch=&searchHistoryKey=

5) "The Tomato Saponin, Esculeoside A"
Toshihiro Nohara*†, Masateru Ono‡, Tsuyoshi Ikeda§, Yukio Fujiwara,
and Mona El-Aasr
J. Nat. Prod., 2010, 73 (10), pp 1734–1741
DOI: 10.1021/np100311t
Publication Date (Web): September 20, 2010

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np100311t?prevSearch=&searchHistoryKey=

6) "Onionin A from Allium cepa Inhibits Macrophage Activation"
Mona El-Aasr†, Yukio Fujiwara‡, Motohiro Takeya‡, Tsuyoshi Ikeda†,
Sachiko Tsukamoto†, Masateru Ono§, Daisuke Nakano∞, Masafumi Okawa∞,
Junei Kinjo∞, Hitoshi Yoshimitsu and Toshihiro Nohara*
J. Nat. Prod., 2010, 73 (7), pp 1306–1308
DOI: 10.1021/np100105u
Publication Date (Web): July 2, 2010

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np100105u?prevSearch=&searchHistoryKey=

7) "Induced Production of N-Formyl Alkaloids from Aspergillus
fumigatus by Co-culture with Streptomyces peucetius"
Karina M. Zuck*†, Suzanne Shipley†, and David J. Newman
J. Nat. Prod., Article ASAP
DOI: 10.1021/np200255f
Publication Date (Web): June 13, 2011

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np200255f

8) "Cerebrosides and 2-Pyridone Alkaloids from the Halotolerant Fungus
Penicillium chrysogenum Grown in a Hypersaline Medium"
Xiaoping Peng‡, Yi Wang‡, Kunlai Sun, Peipei Liu, Xia Yin, and Weiming
Zhu
J. Nat. Prod., 2011, 74 (5), pp 1298–1302
DOI: 10.1021/np1008976
Publication Date (Web): March 7, 2011

Link: http://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/np1008976

Thank you very much

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Vacancies - Sanctions Board External Members

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Sanctions Board External Members
 

 

 

The World Bank is inviting applications and nominations for the positions of two Sanctions Board members to be selected from among non-Bank staff. Curricula Vitae should be sent electronically by August 15, 2011, under the title "Sanctions Board" to the following email address: sbvacancy@worldbank.org

Background

Corruption impairs the ability of governments, donors and the World Bank to achieve the goals of reducing poverty, attracting investment, and encouraging good governance. One important way that the World Bank combats corruption is through the use of administrative sanctions against firms or individuals that have engaged in fraud, corruption, coercion, collusion or obstruction in connection with World Bank-financed projects. The Bank has five possible sanctions: debarment with conditional release, debarment, restitution, conditional non-debarment and letter of reprimand. Since 2001, the Bank has sanctioned more than 400 firms and individuals.

For this purpose, the Bank has established a quasi-judicial administrative law system consisting of two tiers of review. The World Bank's Sanctions Board constitutes the second tier of the system. Its members meet periodically to consider sanctions cases, participate in hearings and deliberations and issue decisions, which are final and non-appealable. Details about the system, including the Statute of the Sanctions Board and the procedures that apply to sanctions cases, are available on the Bank's website (Sanctions System).

The Sanctions Board is comprised of four external members and three internal (World Bank staff) members. External members are appointed by the Executive Directors of the Bank from a roster of candidates, drawn up by the President of the Bank after appropriate consultation. (Internal members are appointed by the President of the Bank from among senior Bank staff.) A newly formed Secretariat (SBS) provides the Sanctions Board with the legal and administrative support needed for its effective and efficient functioning.

Conditions of employment

Term of appointment for Sanctions Board members is three years and is renewable.

No one who has been employed by the World Bank Group in any capacity may be considered for an external position on the Sanctions Board.

The Sanctions Board is expected to convene not more than four to six times a year for up to five days each time; accordingly, candidates will not be required to maintain residency in Washington D.C., but will be expected to be present at Board sessions.

Remuneration is on a per diem basis.

Duties and Accountabilities

The Sanctions Board Member position requires demonstrated ability to thoroughly, precisely and efficiently analyze legal arguments and factual records. The Sanctions Board Member will be expected to:

  • review Notices of Sanctions Proceedings, Responses and all other pleadings and/or additional evidence submitted in a case;
  • analyze the legal arguments and factual record so as to assess the relative merits of the parties' arguments and evidentiary support therefor;
  • participate actively in hearings and Board deliberations on cases, and help the Board reach sound and well-reasoned decisions;
  • draft or provide input into the drafting of Sanctions Board decisions; and
  • perform such other tasks as may be required or permitted by the Sanctions Board Statute, the Sanctions Procedures or related guidance.

Selection Criteria

Candidates must:

  • have a demonstrated ability to formulate independent judgment in complex and sensitive cases;
  • have a proven record of unquestioned competence, independence and integrity;
  • advanced degree in law or other related field;
  • have working knowledge of the English language; and
  • at least ten (10) years of hands-on experience, either: with administrative law systems, especially public procurement, as an administrative law judge or in another capacity of significant responsibility; or extensive experience in the practice of commercial law, corporate law or competition law.

One or more of the following qualifications are highly desirable but not pre-requisites:

  • familiarity with both civil and common law systems; and
  • familiarity with international or bilateral development projects, and the business model and operations of multilateral development banks, in particular procurement processes.


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Press Review for June 15, 2011

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This summary is prepared by the External Affairs Department of the World Bank. All material is taken directly from published and copyright wire service stories and newspaper articles. The daily summary and other news can be found on the World Bank's external website at http://www.worldbank.org/news. For inquiries call (202) 473-7660 or send a written request to the News Bureau.

 
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Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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Today's Headlines:
 
  • Food Price Increases Are Changing Global Diets: Oxfam
  • World Bank Plans Trust Aid Fund For Southern Sudan
  • India Aims $1 Billion At Ganges
  • India To Lead Global Economic Growth: OECD
  • Afghanistan Is Most Dangerous Country For Women
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Food Price Increases Are Changing Global Diets: Oxfam. "Almost two-fifths of consumers surveyed in 17 countries said high food prices have changed their diets, with people in poorer nations hit hardest by increased costs. More than half said they eat different food than two years ago, mainly for cost and health reasons, according to the survey of more than 16,000 people by GlobeScan for Oxfam International…." [Bloomberg]
 
Reuters adds that "… 'Our diets are changing fast and for too many people it is change for the worst,' Oxfam Executive Director Jeremy Hobbs said in a statement. 'Huge numbers of people, especially in the world's poorest countries, are cutting back on the quantity or quality of the food they eat because of rising food prices,' he added…." [Reuters]
              
The Economic Times reports that "…Oxfam called on G20 leaders to force food prices down by regulating commodity markets and reforming 'flawed biofuels policies' which mean too much agricultural land is turned over to the production of biofuels. The charity also called on G20 leaders to invest in small-scale producers in developing countries…." [The Economic Times of India]
 
World Bank Plans Trust Aid Fund For Southern Sudan. "The World Bank unveiled Tuesday a plan to create a $75 million trust fund for strife-torn southern Sudan, due to become an independent country in July. The Bank's executive board 'recommended that a $75 million trust fund be established to help provide health care, infrastructure, and employment for the people of South Sudan,' the development lender said in a statement…." [Agence France Presse]
              
The Sudan Tribune adds that "…the South Sudan Transition Trust Fund (SSTTF) underscores the bank's quest to provide early assistance to South Sudan given the urgency of challenges faced by the nascent state, the Bank's statement. It further pointed out that the fund builds on the framework of the 2011 World Development Report on Conflict, Security and Development, which calls for more responsiveness to the needs and opportunities of fragile and conflict-affected situations such as South Sudan…." [The Sudan Tribune]
              
Xinhua notes that "…the $75 million will be made available to South Sudan in the first few months after independence. South Sudan has applied for membership to the World Bank, which is working closely with the International Monetary Fund to ensure that the joint processes can be completed as quickly as possible…." [Xinhua]
 
India Aims $1 Billion At Ganges. "Indian officials signed an agreement with the World Bank on Tuesday to use a $1 billion loan to finance the first major new effort in more than 20 years to cleanse the revered Ganges, one of the world's dirtiest rivers….The long-awaited loan is part of a government project that aims to halt the discharge of untreated wastewater into the river by 2020…." [The New York Times]
              
Hindustan Times adds that "…Indian Environment and Forest Minister Jairam Ramesh, while signing the agreement said: 'The objective of the Ganga project is that by 2020 no municipal sewage and industrial effluent will be let into the river without treatment. With help from the World bank, we are taking a big step forward in achieving this mission.'  The project will focus on building and strengthening the National Ganga River Basin Authority's (NGRBA) related institutions at the central and state levels, establishing a world-class Ganga Knowledge Centre, enhancing river basin management and financing select investments to reduce point-source pollution in a sustainable manner, the minister said…." [Hindustan Times]
              
The Times of India writes that "…the Ganga, known as the most sacred river to Hindus, is a lifeline for millions of Indians who live along its course. Its sprawling basin accounts for one-fourth of the country's water resources and is home to more than 400 million Indians - or some one-third of India's population…." [The Times of India]
 
India To Lead Global Economic Growth: OECD. "India is poised to register strong economic growth in 2011 that will offset the impact of slowdown in some developed economies, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Secretary General Angel Gurria said…." [The Economic Times of India]
              
Hindustan Times adds that "…India has the potential to clock double-digit growth in medium term, provided right policies are in place and demographic developments push savings rate higher, according to OECD. 'Inclusive growth of 10 percent per year is feasible given that demographic developments are set to push up saving, but will only be achieved if the administrative and regulatory barriers facing companies are reduced,' OECD's Economic Survey of India released on Tuesday said. The Indian economy is projected to expand at over 8 percent this fiscal year…." [Hindustan Times]
              
However, The WSJ notes that "…turning that increased capital into faster GDP growth would require more reforms, the OECD said. The group called for further liberalization – including reducing India's huge subsidy burden for fuel, fertilizers and electricity and allowing increased foreign investment in retail – and improving education…." [The Wall Street Journal]
 
Afghanistan Is Most Dangerous Country For Women. "Violence, dismal healthcare and brutal poverty make Afghanistan the world's most dangerous country for women, with Congo a close second due to horrific levels of rape, a Thomson Reuters Foundation expert poll said on Wednesday. Pakistan, India and Somalia ranked third, fourth and fifth, respectively, in the global survey of perceptions of threats ranging from domestic abuse and economic discrimination to female feticide, genital mutilation and acid attacks…." [Reuters]
              
BBC adds that "… 'Ongoing conflict, NATO airstrikes and cultural practices combined make Afghanistan a very dangerous place for women,' said Antonella Notari, head of Women Change Makers, a group that supports women social entrepreneurs around the world. 'In addition, women who do attempt to speak out or take on public roles that challenge ingrained gender stereotypes of what is acceptable for women to do or not, such as working as policewomen or news broadcasters, are often intimidated or killed,' she added…." [BBC News]
              
The Guardian writes that "…Thomson Reuters Foundation Chief Executive Monique Villa said: 'Hidden dangers – like a lack of education or terrible access to healthcare – are as deadly, if not more so, than physical dangers like rape and murder which usually grab the headlines.' 'Empowering women tackles the very roots of poverty. In the developing world when a woman works, her children are better fed and better educated because they spend their money for their family.'…" [The Guardian (UK)]
 
Also in This Edition, Briefly Noted The World Bank has agreed to give Mauritania $16 million to improve job training in key industries, national television said. [Agence France Presse]
              
Ecuador is negotiating a $2 billion loan with China to finance several projects, Finance Minister Patricio Rivera said late Tuesday. [Dow Jones]
              
Bangladesh's central bank hiked interest rates by 50 basis points on Wednesday, a week after the country's finance minister warned that tough moves would be taken to control inflation. [Agence France Presse]
              
The International Financial Council (IFC), the World Bank, and the Papua New Guinea government Tuesday signed an agreement to establish a financial program that will help improve access to credit for small and medium enterprises (SMEs). [The National (Papua New Guinea)]
              
Russia's economic growth will slow unless the Kremlin implements badly needed structural reforms, the International Monetary Fund warned on Tuesday. [Agence France Presse]
              
French President Nicolas Sarkozy has stepped up his call for tougher regulation of commodity markets, warning that raw materials' inflation is one of the biggest threats to global economic growth. [Financial Times]
              
Palestinian officials said on Tuesday they would be ready to unveil a new unity government at a meeting between Palestinian President and Fatah leader Mahmoud Abbas and Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal in Cairo next week. [Reuters]
              
Washington could surrender its leadership position at the World Bank and other multilateral development banks if Congress cuts funding to the institutions, coming with a terrible cost, US Treasury Under Secretary for International Affairs Lael Brainard warned Tuesday. [Dow Jones]
              
Major economies, with the exception of the US, are losing momentum as the outlook for growth worsens in European and developing countries, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development's leading indicator for April showed on Tuesday. [Reuters]
 

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Title: Theoretical Investigation of Carbon Nanotube Binding to DNA in
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Authors: Ghalandari, B.; Monajjemi, M.; Mollaamin, F.
Source: Journal of Computational and Theoretical Nanoscience, Volume
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Title:
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