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Reactivity of etoricoxib based on computational study of molecular orbitals, molecular electrostatic potential surface and Mulliken charge analysis. Etoricoxib is one of the selective cyclooxygenase inhibitor drug which plays a significant role in the pharmacological management of arthritis and pain.
The theoretical investigation of its reactivity is done using Density Functional Theory calculations. Molecular Electrostatic Potential Surface of etoricoxib and its Mulliken atomic charge distribution are used for the prediction of its electrophilic and nucleophilic sites.
The detailed analysis of its frontier molecular orbitals is also done. Revised Mulliken Electronegativities I. Calculation and Conversion to Pauling Units. Discusses a revision and extension of the Mulliken electronegativity scale to consider 50 elements. Describes the calculation of valence-state promotion energies and Mulliken atomic electronegativities and the conversion of Mulliken electronegativities to Pauling units. DFT calculations on the titled alagoaa have been performed.
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The molecular structure and spectra slagoas by Gaussian hybrid computational analysis theory B3LYP are found to be in correlation with the experimental data obtained from the various spectrophotometric techniques. The theoretical geometry optimization data were compared with the X-ray data. The vibrational bands appearing in the FT-IR are assigned with accuracy using harmonic frequencies along with intensities and animated modes. The calculated electronic spectrum of chlorohydrin is interpreted on the basis of TD-DFT calculations.
Ionic character of polar crystals: An extended Mulliken scheme for electronegativities. This implies an asymmetry in charge transfer with concentration.
It allows simple baseline estimates to be made of such character. Other factors contribute to charge transfer and some of the complications associated with transition-metal compound formation are explored. Iraqi Population Displacement Analysis. Lithuanian Population Aging Factors Analysis. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden.
The article shows Lithuanian population aging factors analysis alagoa, which consists of two main parts: Second part is dedicated to the assessment of trends that influence the aging population and demographic factors and also to analyse the determinants of the aging of the population of Lithuania. After analysis it is concluded in the article that the decline in the birth rate and increase in the number of emigrants compared to immigrants have the greatest impact on eli of the populationso in order to show the aging of the populationa lot of attention should be paid to management of these demographic processes.
Western populations covered by OMIM, or alzgoas so mediated to a alagosa extent.
Population specific analysis of Yakut exomes. We studied the genetic diversity of the Yakut population using exome sequencing. We performed comparative analysis of the Yakut population and the populations that 5274 included in the ” Genomes” project and we identified the alleles specific to the Yakut population.
We showed, that aagoas Yakuts. Microsatellite data analysis for population genetics. Theories and analytical tools of population genetics have been widely applied for addressing various questions in the fields of ecological genetics, conservation biology, and any context where the role of dispersal or gene flow is important. Underlying much of population genetics is the analysis of Communicating About Anthropometry in Context. This slide presentation reviews the importance of communications about anthropometry and population analysis in particular for the design of aerospace systems.
The difficulty of providing anthropometric accomodation an entire range of the population is reviewed, and the importance of communication of the issues with human system integration is emphasized, and the analysis of population as it applies to existing human factors methodologies is a novel way to assist with the communication. The issues of space suit design and anthropometry is reviewed as an example. Population estimation techniques for routing analysis.
A number of on-site and off-site factors affect the potential siting of a radioactive materials repository at Yucca Mountain, Nevada. Transportation related issues such route selection and design are among them. Alagoss involve evaluation of potential risks and impacts, including those related to population.
Population characteristics total population and density are critical factors in the risk assessment, emergency preparedness and response planning, and ultimately in route designation. Specifically, techniques to estimate critical population information are presented.
A case study using the highway network in Nevada is used to illustrate the analyses. TIGER coverages are used as the basis for population information at a block level. The data are then synthesized at tract, county and state levels of aggregation. Of particular interest are population estimates for various corridor widths along transport leii — ranging from 0. A sensitivity analysis based on the level of data aggregation is also presented. The results of these analysis indicate that specific characteristics of the area and its population could be used as indicators to aggregate data appropriately for the analysis.
Genetic analysis of Mexican Criollo cattle populations. The objective of this study was to evaluate the genetic structure of Mexican Criollo cattle populations using microsatellite genetic markers. DNA samples were collected from animals from four Mexican Criollo cattle populationsgeographically isolated in remote areas of Sierra Madre A,agoas West Highlands.
Also were included samples from two breeds with Iberian origin: Genetic analysis consisted of the estimation of the genetic diversity in each population by the allele number and the average expected heterozygosity found in nine microsatellite loci.
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Furthermore, genetic relationships among the populations were defined by their genetic distances. Our data shows that Mexican cattle populations have a relatively high level of genetic diversity based either on the mean 5274 of alleles The degree of observed homozygosity within the Criollo populations was remarkable and probably caused by inbreeding reduced effective population size possibly due to reproductive structure within populations.
Our data shows that considerable genetic differentiation has been occurred among the Criollo cattle populations in different regions of Mexico. Perturbation analysis of nonlinear matrix population models. Full Text Available Perturbation analysis examines the response of a alagozs to changes in its parameters. It is commonly applied to population growth rates calculated from linear models, but there has been no general approach to the analysis of nonlinear models.
Nonlinearities in demographic models may arise due to density-dependence, frequency-dependence in 2-sex models, feedback through the environment or the economy, and recruitment subsidy due to immigration, or from the scaling inherent in calculations of proportional population structure.
This paper uses matrix calculus to derive the sensitivity and elasticity of equilibria, cycles, ratios e. Alagoaas are presented, applying the results to both human and non-human populations. Mulliken -Hush elucidation of the encounter precursor complex in intermolecular electron transfer via self-exchange of tetracyanoethylene anion-radical.
The transient existence of such an encounter complex provides the critical link in the electron-transfer kinetics by lowering the classical Marcus reorganization barrier by the amount of H DA in this strongly adiabatic system.
Population viability analysis for endangered Roanoke logperch. A common strategy for recovering endangered species is ensuring that populations exceed the minimum viable population size MVPa demographic benchmark that theoretically ensures low long-term extinction risk. One method of establishing MVP is population viability analysisa modeling technique that simulates population trajectories and forecasts extinction risk based on a series of biological, environmental, and wlagoas assumptions.
Such alagpas also help identify key uncertainties that have a large slagoas on extinction risk. We used stochastic count-based simulation models to explore extinction risk, MVP, and alagoa possible benefits of alternative management strategies in populations of Roanoke logperch Percina rex, an endangered stream fish. Estimates of extinction risk were sensitive to the assumed population growth rate and model type, carrying capacity, and alagoaw regime frequency and severity of anthropogenic fish killswhereas demographic augmentation did little to reduce extinction risk.
Under density-dependent growth, the estimated MVP for Roanoke logperch ranged from to individuals, depending on the assumed severity of catastrophes. Thus, depending on the MVP threshold, anywhere from two to all five of the logperch populations we assessed were projected to be viable.
Despite this uncertainty, these results help identify populations with the greatest relative extinction risk, as well as management strategies that might reduce this risk the most, such as increasing carrying capacity and reducing fish kills.
Better estimates of population growth parameters and catastrophe regimes would facilitate the refinement of MVP and extinction-risk estimates, and they should be a high priority for future research on Roanoke logperch alagas other imperiled stream-fish species.
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Alxgoas genetic analysis of ascertained SNP data. Full Text Available Abstract The large single nucleotide polymorphism SNP typing alatoas have provided an invaluable data resource for human population geneticists.
Almost all of the available SNP loci, however, have been identified through a SNP discovery protocol that will influence the allelic distributions in the sampled loci. Standard methods for population genetic analysis based on the available SNP data will, therefore, be biased. This paper discusses the effect of this ascertainment bias on allelic distributions and on methods for quantifying linkage disequilibrium and estimating demographic parameters. Several recently developed methods for correcting for the ascertainment bias will also be discussed.
Cluster analysis in phenotyping a Portuguese population. Unbiased cluster analysis using clinical parameters has identified asthma phenotypes. Adding inflammatory biomarkers to this analysis provided a better insight into the disease mechanisms.
This approach has not yet been applied to asthmatic Portuguese patients. To identify phenotypes of asthma using cluster analysis in a Portuguese asthmatic population treated in secondary medical care. Consecutive patients with asthma were recruited from the outpatient clinic.
Patients were optimally treated according to GINA guidelines and enrolled in the study. Procedures were performed according to a standard evaluation of asthma. Phenotypes were identified by cluster analysis using Ward’s clustering method. Of the 72 patients enrolled, 57 had full data and were included for cluster analysis. Distribution was alavoas in 5 clusters described as follows: In our study populationthe identified clusters were mainly coincident with other larger-scale cluster analysis.
Variables such as age at disease onset, obesity, lung function, FeNO Th2 biomarker and disease severity were important for cluster distinction. Skin colour measurement and analysis was performed for Iraqi Kurdish population in sulaimani city. A skin colour measurement was undertaken for subjects 73 female and 67 male.
Population genetic analysis of cat populations from Mexico Amazonas and Northern Brazilian populations are very different