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Mutational analysis of glycosylase function. Journal of Biotechnology 29: 1–37
Birte Svensson and Morten Søgaard 1993
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Synthese von [1]Benzothiopyrano[4,3,2-cd] indol-6,6-dioxiden
Dr. J. Dusemund
Archiv der Pharmazie
1975, Volume 308, Issue 2, pages 110–114
DOI: 10.1002/ardp.19753080205
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/ardp.19753080205/abstract

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On 21 March 2012 01:28, Pranab Chatterjee <pranab@pranab.in> wrote:
Hi,

This is the link from PubMed:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/​pubmed/2008885 

Can someone please send this paper to:

pranab

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Request for Ebook of the below mentioned title. If possible Would require all available issues.

HARRISON'S PRINCIPLES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE Ebook

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Synthese von [1]Benzothiopyrano[4,3,2-cd] indol-6,6-dioxiden
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Category: UN Direct

Syria: Russia said Tuesday it was ready to support a United Nations
resolution endorsing Kofi Annan's plan for settling the Syrian crisis,
signaling it is prepared to raise the pressure on its old ally.

Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov warned that the resolution
shouldn't turn into an ultimatum to the Syrian government, setting the
stage for tough bargaining over the wording of the document at the
U.N. Security Council. But Lavrov's statement appeared to indicate
growing impatience with Syrian President Bashar Assad.

Lavrov said that Annan's proposals should now be unveiled, adding that
Moscow stands ready to back a U.N. Security Council resolution
supporting it.

HRC panel on HIV: A top United Nations official today stressed the
importance of protecting the rights of individuals with HIV/AIDS, as
well as of populations who are more vulnerable to the epidemic.

During the first UN Human Rights Council panel on HIV, High
Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay underlined that although
there has been much progress since HIV was first discovered 31 years
ago, there is still much to be done to ensure that no human rights
violations are committed which make individuals more vulnerable to the
disease.

Ms. Pillay underscored that a human rights approach to HIV also needs
to address a wide range of abuses which may increase vulnerability to
the disease such as violence against women and girls, in addition to
ensuring that current laws and practices do not discriminate against
people living with HIV.

Indonesia: Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today hailed Indonesia's
regular contribution of troops to United Nations peacekeeping missions
as a remarkable expression of international solidarity on peace and
security, noting that the country's president is himself a former blue
helmet.

The UN chief said he had asked Mr. Yudhoyono to also consider
contributing air assets, such as helicopters, to the peacekeeping
missions, which are in great need of them.

While in the Indonesian capital, Jakarta, Mr. Ban met with Surin
Pitsuwan, the Secretary-General of the Association of Southeast Asian
Nations (ASEAN), with discussions centred on ways to implement the
recently adopted ASEAN-UN Comprehensive Partnership in all areas,
including disaster risk reduction and peace and security.

Bahrain: The United Nations human rights office today voiced concern
over the alleged excessive use of force against protesters, including
teargas and rubber bullets, by security forces in Bahrain and called
on the Government to investigate the reports.

OHCHR called on the Government to investigate the alleged use of
excessive force, and said it hoped that the implementation of a new
code of conduct requiring the police force to adhere fully to human
rights principles will be "carefully monitored."

DR Congo: Serious human rights violations, including killings,
disappearances and arbitrary detentions, were committed by Congolese
and security forces during last year's presidential and legislative
elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), according to
a United Nations report released today.

The report documents the killing of at least 33 people by security
forces in Kinshasa, the capital, between 26 November and 25 December,
as well as the wounding of 83 others, most of them by bullets. In
addition, 16 people remain unaccounted for and 265 people were
arrested, many of them saying they were arbitrarily detained and
tortured while in confinement.

The UN Joint Human Rights Office noted that despite initial
difficulties accessing detention facilities, victims and witnesses,
the Government showed engagement by opening a judicial investigation
in December

Iraq: The top United Nations envoy in Iraq has strongly condemned
today's series of deadly bomb attacks in a number of cities that
claimed the lives of dozens of people and injured many others. He
urged authorities to make every effort to identify the perpetrators of
the "atrocious acts of violence" and bring them to justice.

Media reports indicated that a series of apparently coordinated bomb
blasts went off in over a dozen cities and towns, including the
capital, Baghdad, as well as Karbala, Kirkuk, Falluja and Mosul,
killing more than 40 people and wounding scores of others.

Somalia: The United Nations refugee agency today expressed concern
over the resumption of mortar attacks in the Somalia capital of
Mogadishu, which led to the deaths of at least four internally
displaced persons (IDPs), including two children.

Mortars landed in a small IDP settlement in the Wardhigley district on
Monday morning, marking the first attack of its kind since August when
anti-government forces withdrew from the majority of districts in the
capital.

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Vishwa Mohan, TNN | Mar 21, 2012,

NEW DELHI: Diversion of foreign contribution by NGOs is not limited to
the 12 organizations whose cases were referred for probe recently. The
muck, in fact, runs much deeper with official figures showing that the
government has taken action against at least 160 voluntary bodies,
including referring 24 cases to CBI and seven to different state
police for investigation in the past three years.

Besides, 70 NGOs have been prohibited from receiving foreign
contribution and accounts of 30 others were frozen during 2007-10.
Certain irregularities had been noticed in the case of another 35 NGOs
who have been placed in 'prior permission' category for receiving
foreign funds.

Official figures, shared by the home ministry, show that over 21,500
organizations had received more than Rs 31,000 crore from countries
like US, UK, Germany, Italy, Netherlands and others during the period.

Sharing information on action taken against the NGOs for violating
guidelines, minister of state for home Mullappally Ramachandran said
in his written reply to a Parliament question in Lok Sabha on Tuesday,
"The government monitors the receipt and utilization of foreign
contributions by any person in the country through the Foreign
Contribution (Regulation) Act, 2010 and FCR Rules, 2011."

Though the minister did not disclose where the funds were diverted and
for what purpose, he had last week said that preliminary reports had
suggested alleged misuse of foreign funds for opposing the setting up
of a nuclear plant in Tamil Nadu.

He had said that Rs 9,914.19 crore of foreign contribution was
received by 21,365 NGOs in 2007-08, Rs 10,987.05 crore by 22,544 NGOs
in 2008-09 and Rs 10,340.25 crore by 21,674 NGOs in 2009-10 even as a
demand was raised by members in Parliament that the Centre should put
in place a strong surveillance network to monitor inflow of foreign
funds to such organizations and create a database in the interest of
national security.

MPs had raised the issue last week, referring to Prime Minister
Manmohan Singh's recent remark in an interview blaming US-based NGOs
for whipping up anti-nuclear plant demonstrations in Tamil Nadu. The
home ministry in February had referred two cases each to CBI and state
police for probing the diversion of fund by four organizations,
besides inquiring into accounts of 12 NGOs.

Among the countries, US continues to be the biggest donor for Indian
NGOs with Germany, UK, Italy and Netherlands occupying top slots. The
funds come for various works relating to rural development, welfare of
children, environmental programmes, AIDS awareness and construction
and maintenance of schools and colleges.

The home ministry's data shows that foreign contributions to voluntary
organizations have come not just from rich and developed countries
alone. Countries like Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal,
Zambia, Congo and others have also donated funds to different
organizations.

Foreign funds contributed by different countries is also being used
for setting up religious schools, education of priests/preachers,
religious functions and publication/distribution of religious
literature among other activities.

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Subject: CHANGE Matters, March 2012
To: avnishjolly@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, 20 March, 2012, 22:48

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CHANGE: Center for Health and Gender Equity CHANGE Matters Newsletter

Dear Avnish,

The International AIDS Conference is coming to Washington, D.C., in July and we have one message for participants and organizers: We cannot build an AIDS-free generation without women. CHANGE is working with our partners and colleagues to make it clear that we cannot make sustainable progress against HIV without women at the center of our efforts. We plan to extend our work beyond the conference and leverage an expanded and energized network for long-term advocacy.

We're also keeping a close watch on what's happening here in the United States. At the end of the day, women's health and rights don't pay attention to international borders. Whatever goes on in the United States affects what's happening overseas, and vice versa. That's why in preparation for AIDS 2012, we'll be bringing in some of our leadership training alumni, who represent women from all over the world, including the United States, to complete a media and communications training, and connecting them with media during the conference. Women will shape their own stories at AIDS 2012.

We've accomplished so much to this point with your help. We'll be calling on you again during the conference, and we'd like to ask for your help now in supporting the voices of women who can influence the conversation. Please consider supporting CHANGE's efforts at AIDS 2012—your gift will help us to put women at the heart of the discussions that have critical consequences for their health.

Many thanks as always.

In solidarity,

 

Serra Sippel
President, Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)

In this Issue
Prevention Now!: Party With Protection for an AIDS-free Generation
Letter to President Obama: Human Rights and HIV
What's New: CHANGE welcomes three new board members
Washington Update
CHANGE in the Media
Support CHANGE

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Prevention Now!: Party With Protection for an AIDS-free Generation

Like treatment, prevention for women is critical to creating an AIDS-free generation. CHANGE marked International Women's Day and National Women and Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day with a party for woman-centered prevention, complete with a DJ and a prevention-filled piñata. With our sights on AIDS 2012 in July, we co-hosted nearly 100 people at Busboys and Poets here in Washington, where we screened Choosing Prevention, a documentary by Martha Dodge about female condoms in Malawi. Sabrina Heard, an alumni of our leadership training for women living with HIV, and health eduators from local community service provider The Women's Collective added to the fun by performing "The Female Genitalia Show," an educational skit focused on prevention for women. Universal Access to Female Condoms also had guests help create a paper doll chain in support of female condoms, to reach its ultimate goal—to call attention to female condoms at AIDS 2012, by having the world's longest continuous paper doll chain.

The party was co-sponsored by local, national and global partners: DC Community Coalition for AIDS 2012, the 30 for 30 Campaign, The Women's Collective, National Black Leadership Commission on AIDS, National Female Condom Coalition, Universal Access to Female Condoms (UAFC) Joint Programme, PATH and UNAIDS.

Letter to President Obama: Human Rights and HIV
HIV thrives on human rights violations—it spreads where social injustice creates vulnerability. For that reason, interventions that just focus on identifying and treating the disease are only part of the solution. This will be a critical message at AIDS 2012. Human rights have to be part of the world's response to the HIV pandemic.

CHANGE joined with the 30 for 30 Campaign and sent a letter endorsed by more than 65 organizations to the Obama administration asking that the president give a keynote speech at AIDS 2012 focusing on human rights and HIV prevention. The letter asked that he address, among other things, women's sexual and reproductive health and rights, HIV-based stigma and discrimination, ending HIV criminalization, and increasing funding and support for female condoms.

What's New
CHANGE is very happy to welcome three new board members, all of whom expand the breadth and depth of our capacity.

Musimbi Kanyoro is the President and CEO of the Global Fund for Women and has been a passionate advocate for the health, development and human rights of women, girls and minority groups throughout her life. Prior to the Global Fund, Musimbi led the Population and Reproductive Health Program at the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, where she advanced support to women's movements and girl's education. She also served 10 years as General Secretary of World YWCA, the largest membership organization in the world, reaching 25 million women and girls in 3,000 communities around the globe.

Aziza Ahmed is assistant professor of law at Northeastern University. She teaches reproductive and sexual health and rights, international health law, and property. Her research areas lie at the intersection of health and law, human rights, feminist theory, critical race theory, and critical legal theory. She has a law degree from the University of California Berkeley, a master′s degree in population and international health from the Harvard School of Public Health, and a bachelor's degree from Emory University. Prior to joining the Northeastern faculty, Professor Ahmed was a research associate at the Harvard School of Public Health Program on International Health and Human Rights.

Beth Tritter is a managing director at The Glover Park Group and specializes in government relations and strategic communications. While at The Glover Park Group, Tritter has focused primarily on clients with an interest in U.S. foreign policy. Tritter joined GPG after nearly a decade on Capitol Hill, serving most recently as Legislative Director for Congresswoman Nita Lowey of New York, chairwoman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on State, Foreign Operations. Tritter received Bachelor's and Master's Degrees from the University of Pennsylvania in Modern Middle Eastern Studies, and studied at the American University in Cairo, Egypt.

Washington Update

The Budget

President Obama presented his Fiscal Year 2013 budget to Congress in February.  Despite very tight finances this year, the President's budget would increase funding for international reproductive health programs by $33 million to a total of $643 million. Thirty-nine million of this amount is requested for the UN Population Fund, an increase of $4 million over last year.  If approved, this funding would help restore some of the money cut by congressional opponents of contraception over the last two years.  This proposed increase is solid evidence that the Obama administration strongly supports women's access to family planning and reproductive health overseas since many other components of the budget face deep cuts. 

However, after strong increases in funding over the last decade, this year the President's budget requests a cut of $546 million for the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). It does propose an increase for the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria to keep on target to meet the administration's three-year commitment of $4 billion by 2013.  The decrease in PEPFAR funding is problematic given the administration's recognition that we can end AIDS, and growing support for integration of HIV and family planning and maternal health services.

Capitol Hill

The Congress remains highly partisan in the run-up to the presidential and congressional elections in November and women's health and rights remain at the center of many of the debates.  In February, the Senate defeated an amendment offered by Sen. Roy Blunt (R-MO) that would have vastly expanded conscience exemptions to the president's new health care program.  The amendment would have allowed all employers – not just religious organizations – to opt out of contraception coverage and any other kind of health coverage if it cited moral objections.  Similar attacks on women's health and rights are likely in the coming months.

The "Gold Moment on Family Planning"

The Government of Great Britain and the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation have announced that there will be a major international event focused on family planning on International Population Day, July 11, 2012.  The Gold Moment on Family Planning – which will take place in London just before the opening of the Olympics—will focus attention, policy, and funding on meeting the global unmet need for family planning. It is currently estimated that 215 million women would like to be using modern forms of contraception, but do not have access to them.   The Gold Moment is designed to set a course to close this gap in unmet need by 2020. CHANGE took the lead in sending a letter which was signed by 30 organizations urging the State Department to join the global effort to extend access to family planning to all women and to encourage Sec. Clinton to personally participate in the event. 

CHANGE in the Media
Voice of America: "Female Condoms, Family Planning, and HIV Prevention"
Huffington Post: "An Affordable HIV Intervention: Because Women Are Worth It"

Support CHANGE
 
As we prepare for AIDS 2012, we hope you will consider supporting CHANGE with a financial contribution. Any way you choose to contribute, your support strengthens our efforts to promote the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls worldwide through U.S. foreign policies and programs. For federal employees, CHANGE is part of the Combined Federal Campaign, #62113.


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This is the link from PubMed:  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2008885 

Can someone please send this paper to:

pranab

Thanks a ton,
Pranab

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On 20 March 2012 23:13, Narinder kaur <kaurnarinder88@gmail.com> wrote:

1. Production and Characterization of Enzymatic Hydrolysate from Soy Protein Isolate

2. Angiotensin I-converting enzyme inhibitor derived from soy protein hydrolysate and produced by using membrane reactor

    3. Plant Protein Hydrolysates: Preparation of Defined Peptide Fractions Promoting Growth and Production in Animal Cells Cultures

    1. František Franěk1,*
    2. Otmar 
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    2. Hermann Katinger2, ,
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    2. Biotechnology Progress, Volume 16Issue 5pages 688 692, 2000

4. Production and characterization of bioactive peptides fromsoyhydrolysate and soy-fermented food

    5.  Functional properties of soyproteinhydrolysate produced from a continuous membrane reactor system





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