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Volume 8 Issue 5

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Title : Multiple Human Bodies: Psychological understanding of Holistic Approach and Intuition

Authors : Dr. Amit Gosar

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The existence of the human system is generally considered by limiting it to the physical body and physical reality for most of the practical purposes. The whole biological science evolved after Isaac Newton’s finding of the smallest element having particle nature. But the discovery of Albert Einstein of smallest element having wave nature and his great invention of E = MC2, has changed the direction and dimension of the physical science. However, ancient Indian literature has said it thousands of years ago and has explained the multidimensionality of the human existence and also about multiple bodies other than this physical body. Different aspects of this multiple dimensionality have been reviewed and are covered in this article. These explanations can throw light of many of the complex psychological and behavioral aspects of the human existence.  The phenomenon of intuition has also been explained w.r.t. multiple bodies concept.

01-05
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Title : Rentaka A Car Rental Company

Authors : Mrs. Sangeeta Nagpure, Mohamed Taqi Mithani, Akash Mody, Mohammed Tahir, Hinal Panchal

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A car rental is a company in which the customer can get a automobiles service for short duration, generally ranging from a few hours to a few weeks. It comprises of numerous local branches (which allow a user to avail a car at on location and return the same at a different location), and primarily located near airports or busy city areas and often complemented by a website allowing online reservations. Car rental service agencies primarily serve their customers who do not own their own car, travelers who are out of town, or owners of damaged or destroyed vehicles who are awaiting repair or insurance compensation. Rentaka offers an easily available service with a high usability quotient to ensure smooth transportation.

06-08
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Title : Toxicological Responses of Wistar Rats Exposed to Controlled Emissions of Carbon Monoxide and Nitrogen Dioxide

Authors : Alberick Tito, Folly Messan, Komlantse Togbenou, Issiako Bio Nigan, Kossivi Dosseh

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Context: The inhalation of pollutants of automobile origin induces blood disturbances, especially noncommunicable diseases, in humans. However, there are no studies highlighting the effects induced by car pollutants. From this perspective, this study aims to evaluate the effects of at least two (02) pollutants, carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2), on oxidative stress and inflammation after a single exposure for four hours (04 h). Materials and methods: Ten male Wistar strain rats were randomly divided into two groups of five (05): the control group (179.00 ± 5.916 g) unexposed and the group exposed to CO and NO2 (188.00 ± 13.13 g). CO and NO2 were produced by the combustion gas oil using a device contained in a sealed metal box supplied with ambient air by a pump. The ranges of CO and NO2 concentrations to which the rats were exposed varied between 35 and 45 ppm and between 0.2 and 0.3 ppm, respectively. The blood samples were taken at 24 hours after the end of the manipulations. A malondialdehyde (MDA) assay was performed on supernatant using the GENESYS 10S UV Visible Spectrophotometer. Tumour Necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) levels in the supernatant stored at -80 ° C were examined with an ELISA kit . Results: The mean values ​​of MDA (17,771 ± 6.624 nM / ml) and TNF-α (83,050 ± 7.483 μg / ml) observed in the exposed group were significantly higher (p ˂ 0.01) than those recorded in the control group (MDA (7.097 ± 1.882 nM / ml) and TNF-α (6.410 ± 3.160 μg / ml).

Conclusion: Exposure to CO and NO2 for at least 4 hours induces the overproduction of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and the exacerbation of inflammation.

09-15
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Title : Backward Bifurcation Analysis of a Tuberculosis Model with Vaccination as a Control Strategy

Authors : Olatinwo I.O., Olayanju A.B., Fawole T.G., Sangotola T.M., Aderinto S.J., Egbetade S. A.

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It is well known that backward bifurcation plays a critical role in the transmission of infectious that can be prevented by vaccination. In this paper, we investigate the occurrence of backward bifurcation in a tuberculosis vaccination model. The method of analysis is based on the use of center manifold theory. Threshold values are determined while we derive sufficient conditions for the possibility of backward bifurcation. The result revealed the existence of a backward bifurcation in the model for the basic reproduction number R0 < 1. The implication of this result is that it is now possible for the disease to persist endemically under a condition which otherwise prevents establishment of disease.

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