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  1. I am coming form Germany to take part in a conferencein molecular biology, I am Sydney. I will stay here for few days and then will go to Aedleid’. I will be happy to to talk to Nepalese living here in australia.
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  3. Hello, By the way to take part in Workshop , I will visit Utrecht University, the Netherlands ( 21-25 Aug 2005). I will feel happy to meet any Nepalese.
  4. well said, Mohan tara.
  5. Very amazing news,very recently scientists has shown that antioxidant ezyme can prolong life. Hydrogenperoxide , a metabolite produced in the body, produces free oxygen radicals that damages cell and tissues leading to ageing. Transgenic mice that overexpress catalase, an enzyme that removes free oxygen radicals generated from hydrogenperoxide, was found with declined age related heart function and tissue damage and with life span increased by nearly 20%. we have to wait for such genetic engineering related stuffs in human to live long life.
  6. Nepalese porters routinely carry head-supported loads equal to 100 to 200% of their body weight (Mb) for many days up and down steep mountain footpaths at high altitudes. Previous studies have shown that African women carry head-supported loads of up to 60% of their Mb far more economically than army recruits carrying equivalent loads in backpacks. Here we show that Nepalese porters carry heavier loads even more economically than African women. Female Nepalese porters, for example, carry on average loads that are 10% of their Mb heavier than the maximum loads carried by the African women, yet do so at a 25% smaller metabolic cost. http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/308/5729/1755
  7. Intranasally administered oxytocin crosses the blood−brain barrier into the central nervous system, conclude that the central action of oxytocin increases trusting behaviour; and because the oxytocin spray did not change the behaviour of the trustees, it seems that oxytocin only increases trust, not the reliability of the trustee. This is a remarkable finding. Remove trust and you compromise love, friendship, trade and leadership. Little is known about the neurobiology of trust, although the phenomenon is beginning to attract attention2. As for oxytocin, it is a small peptide, consisting of nine amino acids, that is produced mostly in the hypothalamus, the brain's master controller of biological regulation, including emotion. Oxytocin acts both on certain targets of the body (it is best known for inducing labour and lactation) and on brain regions whose function is associated with emotional and social behaviours (the amygdala and nucleus accumbens, for example) — that is, it works both as a hormone and as a neuromodulator, a kind of neurotransmitter. In animals, oxytocin contributes to social attachments, including male and female bonding after mating, mother and infant bonding after childbirth, and assorted sexual behaviours. Besides triggering complex and specific action-programmes, oxytocin may well work part of its charm by selectively lowering the natural resistance that animals have to the proximity of others, thus facilitating what is known as 'approach behaviour'
  8. Little is known about the biological basis of trust in humans. But now a study of nearly 200 Zurich students playing an investment game with real money has come up with a finding of startling simplicity. The hormone oxytocin (applied as a nasal spray in this experiment) increases an individual's willingness to trust someone. Oxytocin had previously been found to have a key role in regulating positive social interactions in non-human mammals. This work may be expected to trigger a wave of new research on the biology of trust in humans. There could be clinical implications too, for patients with mental disorders associated with social dysfunctions, such as social phobia, autism and antisocial personality disorder.
  9. Pant jee, I am now in the Department of Law, The University of Sheffield. I am working for a inter faculty institute of University called "Sheffield Institute for Biotechnological Law and Ethics (SIBLE)". I will send Justice Bhattarai's detail via PM. 71463[/snapback] sorry pant jee, you will wonder where this sheffield is?. It is in England. 71464[/snapback] Good to know about you Yogesh ji.
  10. Good to hear about you Pant ji. My wishes are with you. Target gareko jati ta pura gare tara padhai bhanne kura ta kahile sakinchha ra? Sri Lanka bata cultural Research pura gare halsalai ra Indiako Bombay ma chhu tara dherai jaso ma Gujarat bhanne thauma hunchhu. Bali (Indonesia) ko euta University le malai arko varsh dekhi niyukt gareko chha ra tyasaiko lagi south Gujarat University marfat kehi tayari gardaichhu. I will be posted to Indonesia by coming November, 2005. Yes, I did my Graduation and Master Degree from Delhi University. I knew NCPGR very well and it's situated at DPS Marg, New Delhi. Am I right Pant ji? 71451[/snapback] Congratualtion for your appointment ...... sure , its within the jawaharlalnehru campus.I visited there in 2003 for one month to take part in workshop.
  11. ani Yogesh ji Yaha chahi kata bat hola? Ok you can send me the contact details of Dr Bhattarai and i can give him mine if he wants.
  12. Tapai ta dherai din pachhi dekhinu bhayo Pant ji, ke gardai hunu hunchha aaj_kal? 71335[/snapback] Sujita Iam a bit busy now days. I am working as a Research scholar. What are you doing nowdays and where are you ..... 71422[/snapback] By the way Pant jee, If you are in Max Plank Institute of Hedelburge Uni. there is someone else from Nepal. Dr. Anand Mohan Bhattarai. Justice Bhattarai is there for another one year I believe. Do you know him. If not i will send you his contact detail but I have to ask with hm first. 71432[/snapback] Yogesh ji, I am in Max Planck Institute,Golm near to Berlin ,not in hidelberge.I know nothing about Dr Bhattarai.Would be good to keep in touch with Dr Bahttarai. But Nowdays,I am really very busy
  13. A tapai ta Delhi basnu bha re ... once I have been JNU (National center for Plant genetic resources-NCPGR) na d Delhi
  14. Ani tapai Padadai hunuhunchha ki.......... Sujita
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