any imine in which the n-radical is a phenyl (or substituted phenyl) group.
although, like china, india has a large population and a strong central government, it has a very different system for resolving disputes and regulating worker–employer relations. in the final chapter in the body of the text, anil verma and shyam sundar observe that, despite economic reforms encouraging “liberalization, privatization, and globalization,” india’s relatively complex set of restrictions that protect those working in the formal sector do not extend to the majority of the country’s workers, who toil in the informal sector. bls.gov
so, who gets kidney stones? they can occur in almost anyone, says anil agarwal md, professor of nephrology and director of interventional nephrology at the ohio state university wexner medical center in columbus. while conditions such as diabetes and high blood pressure can increase the risk of kidney stones, healthy patients can also develop them, notes dr. agarwal. everydayhealth.com
anil k. jaiswal, ph.d., university of maryland at baltimore: based on an investigation conducted by the university of maryland at baltimore, school of medicine (umb) and additional analysis conducted by the office of research integrity (ori) in its oversight review, ori found that dr. anil k. jaiswal (respondent), former professor, department of pharmacology, umb, engaged in research misconduct in research supported by u.s. public health service (phs) funds, specifically national cancer institute (nci), national institutes of health (nih), grants r01 ca062483 and r01 ca081057; national institute of environmental health sciences (niehs), nih, grants r01 es007943, r01 es012265, and r01 es021483; and national institute of general medical sciences (nigms), nih, grant r01 gm047466. hhs.gov
"the ultimate goal is to develop a strategy in which a simple brain scan could provide the necessary information to help select the best medication -- or treatment approach -- for an individual patient," said study co-author dr. anil malhotra, director of psychiatry research at the zucker hillside hospital in new york city. medicinenet.com
"the earlier you screen for depressive symptoms -- and the earlier you screen for cognitive symptoms -- the greater the likelihood you actually will find problems you can treat." – anil nair, md, of the alzheimer's disease center in quincy, massachusetts, on a study showing that depression and brain aging may occur simultaneously. medpagetoday.com