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3.5 Current Trends and Developments for Nanotechnology in Cancer
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2.1 Pharmacokinetics and Bioanalysis to Improve Drug Development
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Interpretation of the Miocene fossils in the Strymon basin in Northern Greece to determine their habitat

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The sedimentary sequences of the upper Miocene in the Strymon basin in Northern Greece are composed of sedimentary rocks and are separated on an entirely new lithostratigraphic shape. Fossil-fauna has been collected from specific parts of the described geological sections, which mainly include mollusks from Bivalvia and Gastropoda. From laboratory research on the micro-fauna and micro-flora a number of taxonomic units of Foraminifera were determined and representatives of Actinozoa, Bryozoa, Crinoidea, Ostracoda, Otolithus, Diatomeae and Charophyta were found, which give a more-complete biostratigraphical image of the sediments. Based on these investigations with the use of the biofacial analysis, through the study of palaeoecology data of the fossils, three basic types of palaeohabitat and development of organisms were identified and a new palaeogeographic interpretation of the depositional environments in the Miocene basin is given.

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Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil of Aerial Parts of Thymus ciliatus (Desf.)

ciliatus (Desf.) Benth. ssp. eu-ciliatus maire from Algeria”, J Essent Oil Res , 2007 , 19 , 490–493. [17]. Touhami, A.; Chefrour, A.; Boukhari, A.; Ismail F., “Comparative study of chemical compositions and antimicrobial effect of different genius of Thymus harvested during two period of development”, J App Pharm Sci., 2016 , 6 (8), 51-56. [18]. Adams, R.P.,” Identification of essential oil components by gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy”, Allured Publishing Co. Carol Stream, Illinois, 1995 . [19]. Mc Lafferty, F.W.; Stauffer, D

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Green-extraction of essential oil of the species Ruta chalepensis L.: gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy-infra red analysis and response surface methodology optimization

.; Dejan, S., “Extraction of sage ( Salvia officinalis L.) by supercritical CO 2 : Kinetic data, chemical composition and selectivity of diterpenes”, J. of Supercritical Fluids , 2010 , 52 , 62–70. [7] Pavlić, B.; Vidović, S.; Vladić, J.; Radosavljević, R.; Cindrić, M.; Zeković, Z., “Subcritical water extraction of sage ( Salvia officinalis L.) by products Process optimization by response surface methodology”, Journal of Supercritical Fluids , 2016 , 116 , 36–45. [8] Mu’azu, K.; Mohammed-Dabo, I.A.; Waziri, S.M., “Development of Mathematical Model for

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Comparison of Tandem Quadrupole Mass Spectrometry and Orbitrap High Resolution Mass Spectrometry for Analysis of Pharmaceutical Residues in Biota Samples

.1007/978-3-319-03683-0_3 [22] M. Borecka, G. Siedlewicz, Ł. P. Haliński, K. Sikora, K. Pazdro, P. Stepnowski, A. Białk-Bielińska, “Contamination of the southern Baltic Sea waters by the residues of selected pharmaceuticals: Method development and field studies”, Marine Pollution Bulletin, 2015, vol. 94, N1, pp. 62-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.03.008

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Use of Differential Treatment of Illite to Modify Their Structure and Properties / Diferencētas apstrādes pielietojums illītu struktūras un īpašību modificēšanai

., Lukey, G.C., et al. The thermal evolution of metakaolin geopolymers: Part 2-Phase stability and structural development. J. Non-Cryst. Solids, 2007, vol. 353, pp. 2186-2200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2007.02.050 5. Mac Kenzie, K.J.D., Brew, D.R.M., Fletcher, R.A. et al. Formation of alumosilicate geopolymers from 1:1 layer-lattice minerals pre-treated by various methods: a comparative study. J. Mater. Sci., 2007, vol. 42, pp. 4667-4674. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10853-006-0173-x 6. Buhwald, A., Hohmann, M., Posern, M., et

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Mechanical and Heat Shrinkable Properties of Electron Beam Irradiated Polypropylene With Bisphenol A Dimethacrylate Crosslinker

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Radiation crosslinking of polyolefins has gained interest for the development of advanced heat-shrinkable materials. Propylene homopolymer (PP1), polypropylene-polyethylene block copolymers (PP2, PP3) and their mixtures with 3 wt.% of bisphenol A dimethacrylate (BPDMA) crosslinking agent were irradiated with 25–150 kGy of accelerated electrons and were compared for aforementioned purpose. The studied mechanical properties indicated increased elongation in the presence of BPDMA that was contributed to the crosslinked moieties of PP and the crosslinking agent. The shrinkage stresses were comparable to that of polyethylene based heat-shrinkable material.

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Mineral Composition and Morphology of Dolocretes of the Devonian Burtnieki and Amata Formations, Latvia / Devona Burtnieku un Amatas svītas dolokrētu minerālais sastāvs un morfoloģija Latvijā

. 207−225. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.sedgeo.2009.09.003 12. Newell, A., Benton, J. M., Kearsey, T., Taylor, G., Twitchett, R. J., Tverdokhlebov, V. P. Calcretes, fluviolacustrine sediments and subsidence patterns in Permo-Triassic salt-walled minibasins of the south Urals, Russia. Sedimentology, 2012, 59, pp. 1659−1676. http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-3091.2012.01320.x 13. Pfeiffer, M., Le Roux, J. P., Solleiro-Rebolledo, E., Kemnitz, H., Sedov, S., Seguel, O. Preservation of beach ridges due to pedogenic calcrete development in the

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