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  • Conformational Dynamics of Hsp90 and Hsp70 Chaperones in Treating
           Neurodegenerative Diseases: Insights from the Drosophila Model

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      Abstract: Abstract Protein aggregates of misfolded proteins are a pathological hallmark of nearly all neurological disorders, including Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, and various polyglutamine diseases such as Huntington’s disease. Selective distribution in different cellular compartments highlights their core functions in cellular homeostasis. Investigating the cellular protein quality control system has become a significant strategy for counteracting protein aggregates and their toxic consequences. Heat shock proteins (Hsps) are crucial in regulating protein quality control, contributing to both protein aggregation and disaggregation. Beyond their well-known role in oncogenesis, several studies have identified Hsp90 as a key regulator of the functional stability of neuronal proteins. Similarly, Hsp70 is believed to promote cell survival by interacting with components of apoptotic and pro-survival pathways in neurodegeneration. Thus, targeting Hsp90 and Hsp70 represents a promising therapeutic strategy for treating neurodegenerative disorders. This review provides a comprehensive overview of the structure, mode of action, and roles of Hsp90 and Hsp70. Additionally, Drosophila melanogaster is highlighted as an effective model system for studying the roles of Hsp70 and Hsp90 in the proteinopathies associated with neurodegenerative diseases.
      PubDate: 2024-07-04
       
  • Evaluation of agronomic waste disinfection methods for oyster mushroom
           (Pleurotus ostreatus Jacq. P. Kumm) cultivation

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      Abstract: Agronomic waste disinfection is crucial to the production parameters and economic viability of edible mushroom cultivation. Method selection should be based on efficiency, cost, and accessibility. Therefore, we aimed to evaluate the efficiency of different disinfection methods on the Pleurotus ostreatus cultivation. For the mushroom cultivation, the wet mass equivalent to 1 kg of dry mass of agronomic waste was used and bagged in polypropylene bags. The agronomic wastes were inoculated at 5% with the PO/A01 strain, followed by the incubation, induction, and fruiting with three harvest flows. A completely randomized experimental design was used, with five disinfection methods, immersion in tap water (control), alkaline water, hot water, pasteurization, and sterilization, and six repetitions. Mycelial growth (cm day−1), earliness (days), biological efficiency (%), production rate (%) and contamination percentage were analyzed. The results were subjected to an Analysis of variance (ANOVA), Tukey means test and Pearson’s correlation analysis at a significance level of 5% (P < 0.05). Immersion in alkaline water, in corn stubble, showed greater control in the contamination percentage, promoted greater mycelial growth, and increased earliness, while in rice straw it was inefficient to inhibit contamination. We observed greater mycelial growth in the rice straw substrate when immersed in hot water, which indicates greater sensitivity of this agronomic waste to thermal shock. Sterilization promoted greater biological efficiency in corn stubble (95.51%) and hot water immersion resulted in higher values in rice straw (86.98%). The pasteurization method showed lower biological efficiency and production rate, resulting, on average, in 55.12% and 0.75%, respectively. We concluded that, although the efficiency of the disinfection method depends on the chemical characteristics intrinsic to the agronomic waste used, immersion in hot water and immersion in alkaline water would be the most efficient and accessible methods for rural producers. Graphical abstract
      PubDate: 2024-06-28
       
  • Short-term comprehensive prediction method for regional earthquakes based
           on multi-source information fusion

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      Abstract: Abstract To solve the problem of short-term earthquake prediction, this study is in view of multi-source information fusion, using precursor observation data from 11 measurement items as experimental data. Then the study preprocesses it and takes it as the input of Convolutional neural network (CNN). After the network structure design, three types of CNN are obtained, through which the earthquake location and magnitude can be simultaneously predicted. The results show that the third kind of CNN has a good prediction performance. In Earthquake prediction, time window, network structure, and data preprocessing methods will affect the performance of the algorithm. Only one group of feature extraction layers of CNN has the best prediction effect. The fixed time window is 240 h, with a higher accuracy of 93.5%; Under this window, after principal component processing, its accuracy is 96.4%. Compared with autoencoder and other algorithms, the third CNN has the highest accuracy and recall, 95.0 and 84.1% respectively. Research methods can accurately predict the area and magnitude of earthquakes.
      PubDate: 2024-06-25
       
  • Vasuki indicus: discovery of a ~ 47 million-year-old giant
           snake in India

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      PubDate: 2024-06-21
       
  • Extended calculations of resonance energies and quantum defects for
           oxygen-like Ne III using modified atomic orbital theory

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      Abstract: Abstract In this paper, we have performed accurate, high-lying theoretical calculations of the resonance energies and quantum defects of several series of autoionizing Rydberg resonances of the Ne2+ ion of interest to astrophysics and plasma physics via the modified atomic orbital theory (MAOT) method. The calculated resonance energies are in very good agreement with existing experimental data from the Advanced Light Source (ALS), and the discrepancies between theoretical calculation values and experimental data are minimal. In addition, this study calculates and compares all the uncertain energy positions in the ALS measurements. This comparison provides greater confidence in the ALS data and the new extrapolated results for astrophysical applications.
      PubDate: 2024-06-21
       
  • Ethyl acetate fraction of Rhododendron arboreum as potential therapeutic
           against drug-resistant bacterial isolates through experimental and in
           silico approach

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      Abstract: Abstract Rhododendron arboreum (Ericaceae) is an evergreen shrub, predominantly present in the Himalayas, and used traditionally for various ailments. The present study was focused on using the bioassay-guided method to identify the active fractions with phytochemical analysis and validated for antimicrobial activity against drug-resistant strains through in silico analysis. Crude extract and three fractions were prepared, namely ethyl acetate fraction, hexane fraction, and chloroform fraction, and were screened against standard cultures Escherichia coli 25922, Staphylococcus epidermidis 35984, Klebsiella pneumoniae BAA-1705 and drug-resistant cultures. The most active fraction, ethyl acetate, was phytochemically screened, both qualitative and quantitative, thin layer chromatography, Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC/MS) analysis, and the compounds identified were further subjected to in silico analysis. The antibacterial studies showed that ethyl acetate fraction was most active against the standard of cultures as well as drug-resistant isolates at the concentration of 1.25 mg/ml for E. coli standard culture and drug-resistant culture, whereas for drug-resistant Staphylococcus aureus higher concentration of 5 mg/ml was effective. Thin-layer chromatography showed the presence of three subfractions in the ethyl acetate fraction which were further analyzed by GC/MS. The combined analysis of GC/MS and in silico studies showed that strychane, 1-acetyl-20. alpha-hydroxy-16-methylene to be the most potent anti-microbial compound with the lowest binding energy −5.22 kcal/mol exhibiting one hydrogen bond of bond length of 2.67. Hence, based on the present findings, it might be summarised that the ethyl acetate fraction possesses compounds with the potential to resist drug resistance.
      PubDate: 2024-06-21
       
  • Biostimulants: an eco-friendly regulator of plant stress tolerance and
           sustainable solution to future agriculture

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      Abstract: Abstract Biostimulants mediated direct or indirect regulation of plant response to environmental cues including drought have been extensively studied in various crop plants for several decades. However, there is scarce information available on the mechanism that regulates plant development and yield under different stressors such as drought, salinity, elevated temperature, radiation, heavy metal toxicity, and pathogens. Thus, biostimulants could open great opportunities for the researcher to develop climate resilience and sustainable agriculture technology for crop growers and small stakeholders. Plant biostimulants are organisms or their products or organic or inorganic compounds that improve the plant's health or agronomic performance (yield stability and productivity) by providing a nutrient-rich environment and protection from adverse environmental factors. This review article accentuates information about biostimulants that enhance plant morphological, physiological, biochemical, and molecular intrinsic development signals, and ameliorate plant's stress tolerance. Therefore, this review might provide tangible outcomes for biostimulants mediated balancing of agronomic traits and yield in crop plants.
      PubDate: 2024-06-20
       
  • Agrochemical nutrients reclamation from human urine and wastewater via
           struvite (MgNH4PO4·6H2O) crystallization: a comprehensive review on
           recent developments

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      Abstract: Abstract In recent years, nutrient reclamation from human urine and municipal wastewater has emerged as a major research domain because of the limited availability of agro-nutrients like phosphorous, nitrogen and potassium-based fertilizers. Human excreta and municipal wastewater coming from untreated sewage creates numerous adverse effects on water bodies in the form of eutrophication and red tide etc. In the last few years, certain practices have been developed which provide nutrient reclamation along with a sanitation value chain. Struvite crystallization is one of the leading approaches that offer nutrients reclamation like nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium via producing a slow-release fertilizer identified as struvite. This article aims to deliver a comprehensive view into how nutrient reclamation from human urine and municipal wastewater via struvite crystallization could be a sustainable approach and economical source of income. In the present review, we have compiled research reports from 2000 to 2020 on nutrient reclamation from human urine and municipal wastewater via struvite (MgNH4PO4·6H2O) crystallization. Additionally, we also describe the different ways of improving struvite formation from human urine and municipal wastewater like a combination of physical adsorption with chemical precipitation, chemical precipitation with the electrochemical process and chemical precipitation along different stages of the treatment process.
      PubDate: 2024-06-20
       
  • Institutional report: Geological Survey of India

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      PubDate: 2024-06-18
       
  • Concentration-dependent bacterial cellulose patches: a strategy for
           modulating the drug release beyond the modifications of the native
           cellulose hydrogel

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      Abstract: Considering the increasing interest in the need-specific drug release profiles in transdermal patches, the understanding of the complex relationship between the release kinetics and factors like the drug loading and matrix environment really becomes important. In light of this fact, the current study investigates the concentration-dependent loading and its effect on the release profile in a patch based on the bacterial cellulose (BC) hydrogel matrix. We have succeeded in achieving sustained release and burst release behavior by varying the concentration of the diclofenac sodium (DFC) loading media from low concentrations of 100, and 200 μg/ml to higher concentrations of 500 and 5000 μg/ml. Interestingly, the fraction of drug release in high DFC matrices exceeded 90% at the end of 3 h, whereas the release in low DFC matrices saturates between 50 and 70%. This becomes even more interesting due to the two observations across each sample, irrespective of the concentration of the DFC loading solution: (i) the fraction of loaded DFC in each mg of freeze-dried bacterial cellulose (FDBC) matrix from the loading media is almost the same, (ii) the amount of residual DFC per mg of FDBC matrix after the saturation of release is almost the same. We found that higher loading concentrations more likely lead to the DFC clusters that are physically trapped and give a higher fraction of release with an initial burst release. Conversely, at lower loading concentrations, chemically attached DFC plays a significant role and gives a comparatively slower release profile with a lesser fraction of DFC from the matrix. This study addresses the drug-matrix interactions through the interplay of matrix sites and the amount of drug in BC-based patches for tuning the release profile as per the need. This study also shows that the irreversible binding, notably in lower concentrations, must be considered in the fabrication of a drug delivery system from BC and another similar type of matrices that is being tremendously researched for its biocompatibility and as a delivery vehicle. Graphical abstract
      PubDate: 2024-06-17
       
  • Green synthesis of TiO2 nanoparticles using aqueous extract of the bark of
           

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      Abstract: Abstract In this comprehensive study, the synthesis of titanium dioxide (TiO2) was meticulously performed utilizing Ficus religiosa’s aqueous bark extract, commonly known as the Peepal tree. Employing a green approach, the resulting nanoparticles displayed a distinctive green hue, which was discerned through a series of advanced analytical techniques including TEM (Transmission electron microscopy), UV–visible spectroscopy, XRD (X-ray diffraction), AFM (Atomic force microscopy), SEM–EDX (Scanning Electron Microscopy- Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry), and FT-IR (Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy). The characterization revealed that the greenly synthesized titanium dioxide nanoparticles exhibited a diverse range of sizes and shapes, further highlighting the effectiveness of the eco-friendly synthesis approach. Subsequently, the antibacterial characteristics of these nanoparticles were rigorously evaluated against both Gram-negative & Gram-positive bacteria using the agar disc diffusion method. Notably, a pronounced zone of inhibition was observed against E. coli (Gram-negative bacteria) compared to S. aureus (Gram-positive bacteria), suggesting a potential variation in antibacterial efficacy against different bacterial strains. Overall, this study represents a pioneering effort in the field, emphasizing the utilization of a green synthesis approach for the precise preparation of TiO2 nanoparticles from Ficus religiosa bark extract, while concurrently investigating their antibacterial activity, thereby contributing significantly to the advancement of eco-friendly nanoparticle synthesis methodologies.
      PubDate: 2024-06-17
       
  • Petrography, mineral chemistry and FTIR spectral study of lateritic iron
           oxide concretions from the Damodar River basin, India

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      Abstract: Abstract Iron oxide concretions are present in the lateritic regolith of the Damodar River basin. The concretions are of ellipsoidal, elongated, cylindrical and irregular shapes. The cross-section of the concretions show concentric rims of iron-oxide minerals. Petrography of lateritic iron oxide concretions shows quartz and mica grains within the iron oxide minerals groundmass. The alternate dark and light gray concentric rims of iron oxide minerals are visible in the concretions. Electron microprobe study and FTIR spectroscopy of lateritic concretions shows presence of goethite, hematite, quartz, clay and mica minerals. The etch pattern in quartz grains of the concretions, high substitution of Al for Fe3+ in the hematite and goethite structure, and high substitution of iron in kaolinite structure of concretions suggest intense chemical weathering, mobilization of iron-bearing fluid and Fe redox reactions during the formation of concretions. These lateritic iron oxide concretions are of ex-situ or derived origin. Due to fluvial erosion and transportation, the high-level ferruginous materials or primary laterites transfer to the downslope region as low-level secondary laterite. These secondary ferruginous materials deposited at a low-level have preserved iron oxide concretions.
      PubDate: 2024-06-12
       
  • A brief on intertwined physico-chemical interactions of air pollutants
           during COVID-19 lockdown

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      Abstract: Abstract This brief presents an intriguing aspect of the physico-chemical interactions among particulate matters (PM2.5; PM10) and several gases pollutants during pre- (01 March to 24 March 2020) and COVID-19 first phase of lockdown period (25 March to 30 April 2020) over Delhi-National Capital Region. In order to see the impact of lockdown on ambient particulate and gaseous pollutants, we have also compared the results of 2020 with a normal year 2019 and 2021. Results show relatively clean atmosphere (reduced pollutants concentrations except ozone) during lockdown period as compared to pre-lockdown period of 2020. Similar kinds of results are seen for comparison of 2019 and 2020 for lockdown period. Further, we explore the mechanisms enhancing ozone pollution over Delhi during the COVID-19 lockdown period, in contrast with trends in the fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and precursors of ozone (CO, NOx). We suggest that lower NOx has weakened the O3 chemical sink during the lockdown. Additionally, reduced aerosol loading allowed more incoming solar radiation favouring ozone production as seen by comparing with 2019 and 2021. The results may be important for policy makers to curb pollution in mega cities like Delhi.
      PubDate: 2024-06-10
       
  • Correction: Anthropization drives in-door establishment, dispersal and
           food borne pathogens’ carrying capacity of ants (Hymenoptera:
           Formicidae)

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      PubDate: 2024-06-08
       
  • Gujarati handwritten character and modifiers recognition using deep hybrid
           classifier

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      Abstract: Abstract In the area of handwritten character recognition many researchers have worked and still working to achieve remarkable result. For the performance improvement of Indic and non-Indic scripts recognition, the necessary condition is to acquire proper domain knowledge and its intricacies otherwise research cannot be fruitful. Here, a Deep Hybrid Learning Classifier with fusion of convolutional neural network has been proposed that learns deep features for offline Gujarati handwritten character and modifier recognition (GHCMR). The proposed model works competently for training as well as testing and exhibits a good recognition performance. The datasets comprising huge image set of offline handwritten Gujarati characters with modifiers have been employed in the present work. The testing accuracies achieved using the proposed network is 97% for characters with modifiers.
      PubDate: 2024-05-31
       
  • Nutraceutical potential of essential oils in dairy animal diets:
           challenges and opportunities

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      Abstract: Abstract Antibiotics at sub-therapeutic levels are often used as feed additives to increase the efficiency of feed conversion into milk and meat and/or to prevent disease and metabolic problems. Under realistic feeding conditions, ionophoric antibiotics such as monensin have proven to be the most efficient manipulators of rumen microbiota and fermentation. Despite these desirable effects on animal performance, the use of antibiotics in animal diets has become a public health concern because of their potential role in the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. In recent years, there has been public concern about restricting or limiting the use of these antibiotics in animal feed and replacing them with natural sources such as essential oils (EO). Essential oils produced by many aromatic plants have antimicrobial effects on a range of microorganisms. Considerable research has been devoted to utilizing the antimicrobial properties of EO to manipulate rumen microbial fermentation to improve feed utilization and reduce the greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to decrease adverse environmental impacts of the livestock production. Despite in vitro studies have demonstrated antibacterial activity of essential oils, exhibiting their ability to induce changes in rumen fermentation and improve feed utilization, most in vivo studies have failed to show significant effects on nutrient utilization and animal performance owing to the delayed adaptation within the rumen microbial communities. Current review underscores the opportunities and challenges associated with the use of EO as a potential feed additive for ruminant animals to enhance their health and productive performance. Additionally, this review also highlights the challenges related to the practical application functional efficacy of EO.
      PubDate: 2024-05-29
       
  • Prioritization of sub-watershed using geospatial techniques and WSPM model
           in Mandakini River basin, Uttarakhand, India

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      Abstract: Abstract The integrity of a watershed is majorly contributed by soil and water; those are essential to thrive sustainably in a hilly area like Uttarakhand. With geoinformatics techniques mapping and estimation of hazard-prone areas can be done. The current study is based on the prioritization of sub-watersheds (SW) by using a correlation-based approach named the weighted sum priority model (WSPM) by utilizing Cartosat DEM. The Mandakini River Basin was delineated into 5 major sub-watersheds to study morphometric attributes, i.e., linear, areal, and relief parameters. The mean estimation of drainage density (Dd) is 2.51 and Stream frequency (Fs) is 4.46. Fs and Dd show positive correlation with other linear and areal parameters (0.83). Elongation Ratio (Re) values for SW 01 and SW05 shows oval shape of sub-watershed. The Form factor (Ff) value of SW 04 featuring a gradual rise and prolonged flow. The cumulative rank for all SW has been computed using the WSPM model, reveals the SW3 and SW4 have the highest priorities for soil erosion among all the rest of the sub-watersheds. This comparative study approaches planners and government officials to assist in decision-making for erosion conservation structures and also in the prediction of hazard-susceptible zones.
      PubDate: 2024-05-28
       
  • The role of thioredoxin system in the maintenance of redox homeostasis in
           Mycobacterium tuberculosis

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      Abstract: Abstract Maintenance of intracellular redox homeostasis is pivotal for the survival of an organism. During intricate host–pathogen interactions, pathogens typically encounter a barrage of oxidative assault from the host. Therefore, the successful evasion of the pathogen from the hostile environment relies on the efficiency of its redox response system. Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the etiological agent of tuberculosis, confronts redox imbalance mediated by reactive oxygen species (ROS) and reactive nitrogen species (RNS), as well as hypoxic conditions within the host. This review focuses on the survival strategies employed by M. tuberculosis in the redox-imbalanced environment of the host. The initial section of this review centers on the thioredoxin system of M. tuberculosis, which encompasses thioredoxin reductase along with thioredoxins (TrxB and TrxC). Various physiological targets of thioredoxins and the strategies employed to modulate them are described. The subsequent section of this review addresses multiple aspects of hypoxic conditions encountered by M. tuberculosis within the granuloma. This section delineates factors involved in the regulation of hypoxia, such as Rv0081, a transcriptional hub protein, and GroEL1, a chaperone protein. The collective information presented here offers a concise overview of the redox systems of M. tuberculosis that enable it to cope with oxidative stress (primarily the thioredoxin system) and hypoxia.
      PubDate: 2024-05-23
       
  • Mitochondrial DNA markers reveal stock composition and genetic diversity
           

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      Abstract: Abstract Genetic diversity and population structure are essential aspects for understanding the evolutionary history, conservation as well as species diversification in freshwater aquaculture. This study aimed to investigate the genetic variation and population structure of Ompok bimaculatus, commonly known as the butter catfish, using mitochondrial DNA markers, i.e., cytochrome b and ATPase 6/8 genes, as well as their concatenated sequences. The Cytochrome b, ATPase 6/8 and combined genes revealed a large number of haplotypes and low nucleotide diversities. AMOVA results indicated a high level of variance, attributed to differences within populations with significant FST values and the presence of population structure in natural populations. High levels of genetic differentiation within populations of O. bimaculatus were observed. Population-specific haplotype highlighted genetic differentiation among the four studied natural populations, which indicated the presence of distinct genetic characteristics within each population. Molecular variance analysis and pairwise FST values based on cyt b (FST: 0.02227 to 0.58236), ATPase 6/8 (FST: 0.000 to 0.28410) and concatenated (FST: 0.00504 to 0.41511 (Gomti-Kaveri)) further confirmed the genetic differentiation and population structure. The findings of this study provide valuable insights into the species’ genetic characteristics, which can aid in the development of targeted conservation strategies to preserve genetic diversity and ensure the long-term viability of O. bimaculatus populations.
      PubDate: 2024-05-22
       
 
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Temas y Debates     Open Access  
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Trilogía     Open Access  
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