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1. FOLDING OF THE INTERACTION OF HISTONE HI WITH SODIUM N-DODECYL SULPHATE
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The effects of sodium n-dodecyl sulphate (SDS) on the structure of histone HI has been studied by a combination of e:quilibrium dialysis, U.V. spectroscopy ; polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis, protein titration and viscometery techniques using, 2.5 mM phosphate buffer, pH 6.4. The interaction of ...  Read More

2. PREPARATION AND APPLICATIONS OF FLUORESCENT POLYGLUTARALDEHYDE IMMUNOMICROSPHERES
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  Aqueous glutaraldehyde has been polymerized under alkaline conditions in the presence of a surfactant to yield microspheres of varied diameters. Microbeads of a nominal 300 nm diameter, made fluorescent via fluoresceinisothiocyanate, were used as a carrier of rabbit anti-human red blood cell antibodies. ...  Read More

3. FIRST CASE REPORT OF WHITE SUPERFICIAL ONYCHOMYCOSIS DUE TO FUSARIUM OXYSPORUM IN IRAN
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  This paper presents for the first time the isolation of Fusarium oxysporum from the toenails of a man from Tehran. The fungus was demonstrated in KOH mounts and was isolated repeatedly from his nail scrapings over a 2 month period. Published reviews on onychomycosis in Iran have not revealed any ...  Read More

4. ATTEMPTED PREPARATION OF N-SUBSTITUTED DIPHENYLCYCLOPROPENEIMINE N-OXIDE
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The reaction of diphenylcyclopropenone with several N-substituted hydroxylamine and primary amines are investigated. Most of these reactions led to ring opened or ring enlarged products, instead of the desired N-Oxide or imine. The reaction of cyclopropeneimine with peracid-another possible route ...  Read More

5. PHOTOISOMERIZATION OF 1-VINYL-7,7- DIMETHYL BICYCLO [2.2.1] HEPTA-ZONE
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The acetone sensitized photolysis of the title compound gave 2-(2- oxopropy1)-9,9- dimethyl bicyclo [3.3.l]nona-3-one. A bridgehead cyclopropane intermediate was then suggested for the formation of the photoproduct  Read More

6. ATTEMPTED SYNTHESIS OF QUINONEMETHINE DERIVATIVE OF NOCARDICIN A ANALOGUES
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The synthesis of some 13-lactams is described. 'The electronic activation of monocyclic B-lactams provided by a quinonemethine function was found to instabilize the 13-lactam ring toward nucleophilic: attack by water  Read More

7. NITROIMIDAZOLES VII [I]. SYNTHESES, ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIFUNGAL ACT I V I T I E S OF 4 - S U B S T I T U T E D - 2 - TWIAZOLYLHYDRAZONES
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  Reaction of readily available 2-formyl -1-methyl-5-nitroimidazole (1) with 4-substituted-2-hydrazinothiazoles (2) afforded 2-formyl-l-methyl-5- nitroimidazole 4-substituted -2- thiazolylhydrazones (3). Reaction of thiochromitn-4-one (4) with thiosemicarbazide gave thiochroman-4- one thiosemicarbazone ...  Read More

8. SELENIUM HETEROCYCLES XXXVIII [I]. SYNTHESIS AND ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF 2-ARYLSELENAZOLES
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  STRING FROM substituted selenobenzamides (2) a series of 2- arylselenazoles (3-7) were prepared. The antibacterial activity of compounds 3-7 against a number of microorganisms were determined. Some of these compounds showed significant antibacterial activity  Read More

9. HYDROGEN ADSORPTION ON SILVER CATHODES IN PERCHLORIC ACID SOLUTIONS
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  In this paper studies of overvoltage and capacitance measurements at silver cathodes in aqueous perchloric acid at room temperature are described. Capacitances were deduced from open-circuit potential decay measurements. The increase of overvoltage and the growth of the measured capacitances in the ...  Read More

10. SALINE DEPOSITS AND ALKALINE MAGMAT1SM:A GENETIC MODEL
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The temporal-spatial coincidence of saline deposits with rifting and alkaline magmatism has now become a commonly accepted fact. The congruency of these three phenomena implies logically, their trilateral genetic interrelation. The conventional concept for the formation of saline deposits, i.e an ...  Read More

11. M-IDEAL STRUCTURE IN UNIFORM ALGEBRAS
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  It is proved that if A is aregular uniform algebra on a compact Hausdorff space X in which every closed ideal is an M-ideal, then A = C(X).  Read More

12. SEMIGROUP ACTIONS , WEAK ALMOST PERIODICITY, AND INVARIANT MEANS
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  Let S be a topological semigroup acting on a topological space X. We develop the theory of (weakly) almost periodic functions on X, with respect to S, and form the (weakly) almost periodic compactifications of X and S, with respect to each other. We then consider the notion of an action of Son a Banach ...  Read More

13. AN ALGORITHM FOR FINDING THE EIGENPAIRS OF A SYMMETRIC MATRIX
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The purpose of this paper is to show that ideas and techniques of the homotopy continuation method can be used to find the complete set of eigenpairs of a symmetric matrix. The homotopy defined by Chow, Mallet- Paret and York [I] may be used to solve this problem with 2""-n curves diverging to infinity ...  Read More

14. THE EMPIRICAL BAYES METHOD OF ANALYSIS OF A SERIES OF EXPERIMENTS
Volume 1, Issue 2 , Winter 1990

Abstract
  The classical method of analysis of a series of experiments is somewhat involved in being conditional on various, occasionally unrealistic, assumptions such as homogeneity of variances of experimental error, lack of interactions of treatments and places,etc. In this work, we adopt a Bayesian view ...  Read More