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  • Sirenomelia: A rare genetic development syndrome

    Sirenomelia is commonly known as mermaid syndrome. Sirenomelia is a very rare genetic, developmental syndrome. It is basically characterized by disorder of lower spine and the lower limbs. Legs are partially or completely fused together in the affected newborn. Moreover, this syndrome also followed ...
  • Mechanism of action of caffeine and theobromine

    Theobromine is the main component in the chocolate. Theobromine differs from caffeine present in the coffee at structural level with the absence of an additional methyl group which is present in caffeine but not in theobromine. If the caffeine in the coffee is metabolized to shed off its methyl grou...
  • The effects of steroid on the body: Receptors and transcriptional activity overview

    Steroid hormones control the process of growth and development and other physiological response in different types of cells and tissues. This control process of steroid hormone follows the steroid hormone receptor attraction mechanism, which activates the different types of genes at transcription an...