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   07-11-2014 GGNNIIPPSSTT   UULLLL TTIINN  22 1144   07 th  November, 2014 Volume No.: 39 Issue No.: 01   Vision TO REACH THE PINNACLE OF GLORY AS A CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE IN THE FIELOF PHARMACEUTICAL AND BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES BY KNOWLEDGE BASED LEARNING AND PRACTICE Contents ã Message from PRINCIPAL ã Editorial board ã Historical article ã News Update ã Knowledge based Article ã Disease Related BreakingNews ã Upcoming Events ã Drugs Update ã Campus News ã Student’s Section ã Editor’s Note ã Archive GNIPST Photo Gallery For your comments/contribution OR For   ack-Issues,    GURU NANAK INSTITUTE OF PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY W   e   bs   i   t   e   :   ht   t   p:    /     /    gni   ps   t.   a   c.   i   n     07-11-2014 MESSAGE FROM PRINCIPAL    It can happen. It does happen.  But it can't happen if you quit  . Lauren Dane. ‘ We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence then is not an act, but a habit  .’ Aristotle It gives me immense pleasure to pen a few words for our e-bulletin. At the onset I would like to thank the last year’s editors and congratulate the newly selected editors for the current year. Our first consideration is always in the best interest of the students. Our goal is to promote academic excellence and continuous improvement. I believe that excellence in education is aided by creating a learning environment in which all learners are supported in maximizing their potential and talents. Education needs to focus on personalized learning and instruction, while promoting an education system that is impartial, universally accessible, and meeting the needs of all students. It is of paramount importance that our learners have sufficient motivation and encouragement in order to achieve their aims. We are all very proud of you, our students, and your accomplishments and look forward to watching as you put your mark on the profession in the years ahead. The call of the time is to progress, not merely to move ahead.   Our progressive Management is looking forward and wants our Institute to flourish as a Post Graduate Institute of Excellence. Steps are taken in this direction and fruits of these efforts will be received by our students in the near future. Our Teachers are committed and dedicated for the development of the institution by imparting their knowledge and play the role of facilitator as well as role model to our students. The Pharmacy profession is thriving with a multitude of possibilities, opportunities and positive challenges. At Guru Nanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Science and Technology, our focus is on holistic needs of our students. I am confident that the students of GNIPST will recognize all the possibilities, take full advantage of the opportunities and meet the challenges with purpose and determination. Excellence in Education is not a final destination, it is a continuous walk. I welcome you to join us on this path. My best wishes to all. Dr. A. Sengupta Click here to go at the top  1   07-11-2014 EDITORIAL BOARD   CHIEF EDITOR DR. ABHIJIT SENGUPTA EDITOR MS. JEENATARA BEGUM ASSOCIATE EDITOR MR. DIPANJAN MANDAL HISTORICAL ARTICLE Separation of Pharmacy and Medicine: In European countries exposed to Arabian influence, public pharmacies began to appear in the 17th century. However, it was not until about 1240 A.D. that, in Sicily and southern Italy, Pharmacy was separated from Medicine. Frederick II of Hohenstaufen, who was Emperor of Germany as well as King of Sicily, was a living link between Oriental and Occidental worlds. At his palace in Palermo, he presented subject Pharmacists with the first European edict completely separating their responsibilities from those of Medicine, and prescribing regulations for their professional practice. NEWS UPDATE    Research resolves contradiction over protein's role at telomeres: (6 th  November, 2014) A puzzling discrepancy has surrounded one component of the protective complex that forms at telomeres, at the end of chromosomes. Studies of its role in mice versus humans had turned up contradictory results. Now researchers have figured out what's really going on.    SCNT derived cells, IPS cells are similar, study finds: (6 th  November, 2014) A team of scientists compared induced pluripotent stem cells and embryonic stem cells created using somatic cell nuclear transfer. They found that the cells derived from these two methods resulted in cells with highly similar gene expression and DNA methylation Click here to go at the top  2   07-11-2014 patterns. Both methods also resulted in stem cells with similar amounts of DNA mutations, showing that the process of turning an adult cell into a stem cell introduces mutations independent of the specific method used.    Scientists create Parkinson's disease in a dish: (6 th  November, 2014) A team of scientists created a human stem cell disease model of Parkinson's disease in a dish. Studying a pair of identical twins, one affected and one unaffected with Parkinson's disease, another unrelated Parkinson's patient, and four healthy control subjects, the scientists were able to observe key features of the disease in the laboratory, specifically differences in the patients' neurons' ability to produce dopamine, the molecule that is deficient in Parkinson's disease.    Human stem cell-derived neuron transplants reduce seizures in mice: (6 th  November, 2014) Scientists have new evidence that stem cell transplantation could be a worthwhile strategy to help epileptics who do not respond to anti-seizure drugs. Most epileptic patients can be treated with anti-seizure drugs, which contain molecules that can inhibit electrical symptoms, similar to the normal function of interneurons. But about one-third do not benefit from existing medication.    Body weight heavily influenced by gut microbes: Genes shape body weight by affecting gut microbes: (6 th  November, 2014) Our genetic makeup influences whether we are fat or thin by shaping which types of microbes thrive in our body, according to a new study. Scientists identified a specific, little known bacterial family that is highly heritable and more common in individuals with low body weight. This microbe also protected against weight gain when transplanted into mice. The results could pave the way Click here to go at the top  3
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