NBRC Staff, students & faculty attended the Webcast of Hon'ble Prime Minister of India on Young India, New India on September 11,2017
Centre set to roll out new treatment for encephalitis: Societal impact of research done at NBRC
Health Ministry okays observational study on Minocycline for acute encephalitis patients; A Bench to Bedside Research from NBRC
BrainModes 2017- A multimodal brain: Spatiotemporal network mechanisms and models
NBRC bags prestigious Millennium Alliance Award by Hon'able Minister of Science & Technology
Hands on workshop on Handling and care of Laboratory animals from 24th October to 27th October 2017 at NBRC
The second approach to the management of leucoderma focuses on repigmentation therapies. Common therapies are of three types: The topical application of potent corticosteroids, (PUVA) psoralen photochemotherapy and surgical therapies. Of these interventions PUVA is considered the most effective treatment available in the United States, however the treatments are time-consuming, side effects can be severe, 4 and complete repigmentation only occurs in 15-20%. 5 Interestingly, psoralens used with photochemotherapy are obtained from the ancient Ayurvedic herb known as Vakuchi (psoralea corylifolia).