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Science of Sri Vidya Benefits DNA Genesis, Says Dr. Sunita Rana Agarwal

WASHINGTON, March 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Dr. Agarwal Hospital: An eye surgeon / scientist breaks the code to form human DNA. The scientific community world wide had thought we were 10 years away from making DNA, however, an Indian eye surgeon has ...

Statins alter prostate cancer patients' PSA levels

...s on statins, as statins may decrease the amount of measurable PSA." Dr. agarwal and his colleagues will present the results from their study Tuesday, April...ic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital from January 2001 to July 2008, Dr. agarwal and his colleagues identified 1,031 patients who were taking statins prior ...

U.S. Hospitals Waste $12 Billion Annually Because of Poor Communication

... patient access to care and services - are tremendous." In an article, agarwal and CHIDS researchers say the solution to these inefficiencies rests largel...consumer to significantly improve patient quality of care and access." agarwal points to solutions that include location-based technology that would help ...

Memory Formation Different in Those With Stress-Related Psychiatric Disorders

... cortex modulates the emotional value associated with memories, but it's not necessarily true that it suppresses the actual memories," Marmar said. agarwal also cautioned against drawing premature conclusions from the study, but believes the research might lead to more empathy for those with mental disord...

Stress-related disorders affect brain’s processing of memory

...d by the brain, they continue to interfere with the patient's life." Dr. agarwal and colleagues used brain fMRI to explore alterations in the neural circuit...disorders primarily because of an alteration of the prefrontal cortex," Dr. agarwal said. "These patients often complain of poor memory, which might in part be...

High circulating D-dimers are associated with presence of ascites

... marker of fibrinolytic activity. The finding of a high plasma D-dimer concentration in patients with liver cirrhosis, decompensated with ascites, led agarwal et al. to suggest the major role of ascites in the pathogenesis of the hyperfibrinolytic state associated with liver failure. This study, published...

Pancreatic cancer: The smaller the tumor, the better your chances, study shows

...osing tumors in the pancreas as early as possible, agarwal added. In order to make progress against pancreat...heir tumors until theyre too big and its too late, agarwal said. We know we have a much better chance of hel...ntil symptoms appear and by then its too late. agarwal said researchers will need to focus on finding way...

CT scans to determine heart disease in the emergency room

...t having to remain in the hospital. Therefore, Dr. agarwal states, there is a tremendous opportunity to reduc... points in the treatment of low-risk patients, Dr. agarwal explained. Patients were divided into three area...f they came during OFF hours. Future studies, Dr. agarwal suggests, will look at all the costs, including la...

Fake Drug Factory Busted in Orissa

... A police team raided a factory owned by Sankarlal agarwal at Kantabanji town, over 400 km from here, late Fr... Lal said that three shops in Bolangir to which agarwal supplied medicines had already been sealed. The spurious medicines manufactured by agarwal included paracetamol, the common anti-fever and pa...

New 'green' Pyre to Cool Planet While Burning India's Dead

...e northern Indian city, considered holy by Hindus, agarwal said he saw a poor family struggling to carry out ...bodies, or even whole corpses, in rivers. In 1993, agarwal built his first pyre, a raised human-sized brazier...vironmentalists led to major design modifications. agarwal settled on a system four years ago that included f...
Agarwal in Medical Technology

Stress-Related Disorders Affect Brain's Processing of Memory

...the brain, they continue to interfere with the patient's life." Dr. agarwal and colleagues used brain fMRI to explore alterations in the neural circuit...disorders primarily because of an alteration of the prefrontal cortex," Dr. agarwal said. "These patients often complain of poor memory, which might in part be...
Agarwal in Biological News

Engineer devises ways to improve gas mileage

...uced. Using computational fluid dynamics software, agarwal has found that the actuators modify the flow, whic...lgorithms to optimize the placement of actuators." agarwal said. His students have recently applied the conce...stitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. agarwal will receive the James B. Eads Award from the Acad...

Asthma monitoring on the Web

...s researcher N.C.S. Ramachandran is an expert in high-speed and low-power digital design and is working with professor of electrical engineering Vivek agarwal of the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, India, on the development of an inexpensive and easy to operate spirometer that can be quickly hooked u...

Louisiana Tech researchers feature drug reformulation in prestigious journal

...millions of people working in the medical industry," says Lvov. Lvov and agarwal also share the cover of Pharma Focus Asia with some of the world's leading ... Working from Louisiana Tech's Institute for Micromanufacturing, Lvov and agarwal collaborated with pharmaceutical researchers from Northeastern University i...

Heal thyself: Systems biology model reveals how cells avoid becoming cancerous

... while under routine assault." UCSD post-doctoral fellow Christopher T. Workman, Ph.D. candidate Craig Mak, and technicians Scott McCuine and Maya agarwal analyzed the effect of exposure of yeast cells to MMS (methyl-methanesulfonate), a chemical known to cause DNA damage in a manner similar to that of c...

Discoveries by UAB and Florida scientists may help transplanted organs survive longer

...O-1) biological pathway between cells. "We found that one dose of IL-10 delivered using a viral vector delays the vascular disease from occurring," agarwal said. "If the HO-1 pathway is blocked, the protective effects of IL-10 are lost. The delay in vascular disease shown in this study could ?after more r...
Agarwal in Biological Technology

Penn engineers design computer memory in nanoscale form that retrieves data 1,000 times faster

...ses, long-term durability and data retention time, agarwal said. Tests showed extremely low power consumpt...data and even download entertainment as consumers, agarwal said. This represents a potential sea-change in t...tion systems for non-volatile memory applications, agarwal said. Current solid-state technology for product...

Penn engineers design computer memory in nanoscale form that retrieves data 1,000 times faster

...ses, long-term durability and data retention time, agarwal said. Tests showed extremely low power consumpt...data and even download entertainment as consumers, agarwal said. This represents a potential sea-change in t...tion systems for non-volatile memory applications, agarwal said. Current solid-state technology for product...

"Smart" lenses hold commercial potential

...in collaboration with colleagues David Beebe, professor of biomedical engineering , postdoctoral researcher Liang Dong, and doctoral student Abhishek agarwal describe their work in a recent issue of the journal Nature . Three-year wait Almost immediately after being exposed to the hydrogel, Jiang b...
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