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The abstracts of IAN-2012 will be published as a special supplementary volume of the Journal "Annals of Neurosciences". Kindly register and submit your abstract online positively by September 10th, 2012 so that abstract appear in the special issue of academy's journal which will be provided to the delegates during the IAN-2012 conference in place of abstract book. Abstracts received after due date would not be included in the journal special issue.

STEP - I Please note that you can only submit abstract after fee submission and registration. For abstract submission, kindly follow the guidelines provided below.

STEP - II Click on the abstract submission link below. Kindly fill your deposit ID and Password. After verification, a webpage appears in which you have to fill the particulars as suggested. A specimen of abstract is given below for your reference.

STEP - III Authors: Under the authors field, type the name of authors separating them with comma(,) e.g. R. Kumar, S.K. Arora, B.K. Arora, G. Kaur

STEP - IV Authors Affiliations: Under the authors affiliation field, type the affiliations of authors (i.e. name of the institute to which they belong) corresponding to authors field separting them with semicolon(;) e.g. G.N.D.U Amritsar; IMTECH, Chandigarh; CDRI, Lucknow; G.N.D.U, Amritsar

STEP - V Presenting Author : Under the field presenting author, type the name of the author who will be presenting the paper in the conference e.g. Gurcharan Kaur

STEP - VI Presenting Author Affiliation: Under the field presenting author affiliation, type the name of institute of the author who will be presenting the paper in the conference e.g. G.N.D.U, Amritsar

STEP - VII Presenting Author Email: Under the field email id of presenting author must be given

STEP - VIII Category: Under the category field, select any one out of the given options e.g. Plenary, Seminar/Symposia, K.R. Shetty Oration, Awards

STEP - IX Theme: Under the theme field select any one theme from the list provided

STEP -X Title: Under the title field, type title of abstract. Use short titles and standard abbreviations. The title should be specific to the content.

STEP -XI : Abstract

1. All abstracts must be submitted electronically, using the official on-line submission site
2. The abstract must be single-spaced and in upper and lowercase letters.
3. The text may not exceed 250 words including acknowledgements.
4. Please carefully check all text for errors before submitting into the system as the IAN will NOT edit abstracts for typing, spelling, or grammatical errors.
5. Avoid reference to institution names, locations, or funding sources in the abstract.
6. Tables, graphs, and charts are not permitted in abstracts.
7. The write up of abstracts include Background, Purpose, Methods, Results and Conclusion as provided in specimen given below and the abstracts not submitted as per the guidelines will not be accepted.

8. Kindly make sure that your abstract body follows the character limit (with spaces) as follows:
Background (Limited to 200 Characters), Purpose (Limited to 150 Characters), Methods (Limited to 600 Characters), Results (Limited to 800 Characters), Conclusion (Limited to 250 Characters)

9. The delegates who are applying under oral/travel awards are requested to chek the website link of Awards under Home menu for further details

Specimen

Effect of Celastrus paniculatus on trace elements of cerebellum in ageing albino rats

Kamal Saini, A. Chaudhary, R. K. Sharma

Abstract

Background: In Indian traditional system of medicine Celastrus paniculatus extract has been used to improve intellect, memory and for the treatment of various mental disorders. Purpose: The present study was undertaken to evaluate the effectiveness of this medicinal plant on serum biochemistry. Methods: Ethanolic extract of seed of Celastrus paniculatus (2g/kg/body weight) was orally administrated for 16 days in 20 months old albino rats. The results were compared with 3 months, 12 months and 20 months old control rats. The concentration of trace elements was determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometer. Results: Significant variation was observed in the concentration of trace elements. In case of copper there was decrease in content in early aged (0.240 0.004) control and age control (0.115 0.004) rats whereas an increase in treated aged rats (0.124 0.004) was observed. Non significant variation was observed in zinc content. Young control rats possessed 0.683 0.004 (μg/ml) zinc contents in cerebellum. Age control animal showed the highest level of Zn 0.954 0.002. Celastrus paniculatus treated rat show revealed the lowest level of zinc 0.457 0.003 (μg/ml) in cerebellum. Young control rat had 0.066 0 (μg/ml) manganese content which was significantly decreased in early age control (0.022 0.0008) followed the significant increase in age control (0.087 0.002). Treated rats possessed the decreased content than age control but higher than young and early age control. Non significant decrease in cobalt content was observed during ageing as in young control the highest cobalt content was 0.084 0.0007 followed by decrease in early age control 0.83 0 and age control 0.006 0.0007 (μg/ml). Treated rats showed an increase in cobalt content up to 0.032 0.0007. Conclusion: Results of the present study revealed that the determination of trace elements in blood and tissues has been widely used in the last two decades as a tool to understand their metabolic role in human and animals.

STEP -XII Ethical Statement: Under this field, research involving human subjects or animals or stem cells needs to be approved by the author's, institutional ethical committee. e.g. This study was performed in strict accordance with the recommendations for the care and use of laboratory animlas. All the protocols were duly approved by the institutional ethical committee.

 

STEP -XIII Compliance to ICMJE regulations: Under this field, the candidate will declare that the abstract is in compliance to ICMJE regulations. For details visit http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/uniform_requirements.html

STEP -XIV Source of Funding: Under this field the candidate will declare that the source of funding for this study. e.g. ICMR, DBT, CSIR, Guru Nanak Dev University etc.

STEP -XV Competing Interests: Under this field the candidate will declare conflicting of interests including financial disclosure if any

STEP -XVI Date of Submission: Under this field the candidate will enter the date of submission

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