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News Article | May 9, 2017

There is NO Dilution of the Issuers Common Stock ALEXANDRIA, VA--(Marketwired - May 9, 2017) - Sector 5, Inc. ( : SFIV) announces the following actions: The total issued will be 24,000,000 of common stock 2. The controlling interest in Sector 5 has retires 14,000,000 of its 15,000,000 shares in exchange for 1,000,000 shares of Class A Preferred stock The 3 for 1 forward split for Sector 5, Inc. (SFIV) was announced formally with FINRA on May 8, 2017. The forward split is now in effect as of May 9, 2017. The symbol will remain SFIV. The cupid number will also remain the same. The stock split will be for all shareholders of record of May 8, 2017. (under Issue type in SFIV and change Start Date to 5/8/2017) Sector 5 share price has been adjusted to reflect the dollar value of all shareholder's shares to remain the same. The opening bid reflected the adjusted share price. Sector 5, Inc. ( : SFIV), is a Proud American Corporation, that sells, manufactures and develops new innovative consumer electronics under Sector 5 and other brands. The Company markets its partnership with Google approved Chromebooks to educational organizations, other B2B and B2C sales channels, with retail sales on Amazon. It is in development of several new products to serve the educational, business and retail markets. Follow the company on and and find further information at For Sector 5's Forward Looking Statements, click here.

Background: Traumatic C2–3 dislocation has been often described in the antero-posterior plane but is extremely rare in the lateral plane. Such dislocations have been described in thoraco-lumbar and C1–2. The need to study the imaging in multiple planes has been highlighted to plan proper realignment. Methods: A young male presented with neck pain alone following a train accident. The imaging showed a fracture of C3 splaying it. The C2–3 showed lateral dislocation in the lateral plane with locked C2–3 facets on one side and C3–4 facets on the other. Through the posterior approach, the dislocation was corrected by manipulating (distraction and rotation) the lateral mass screws and rods. Curvilinear rods helped to maintain realignment after reduction. Residual lateral rotation was corrected by subsequent anterior approach. Results: Compression, distraction and lateral force possibly resulted in such fracture dislocation. Using the technique, the fracture fragments could be realigned perfectly and the reduction was maintained. Conclusion: The saddle shape of the sub-axial cervical spine prevents such lateral dislocations. It is imperative to study the radiology in multiple planes to assess the ‘multiplanar dislocation’. Correction is possible with proper planning and manipulation of facets and bodies using the available instrumentation. Though not obtained in this case, a preoperative MRI and a CT angiogram are important in surgery planning. © 2017 Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg

Singh A.K.,Sector
Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy | Year: 2017

A revisit to the literature on cultivated plant species agrobiodiversity in India revealed that the floristic diversity is represented by 17,926 species of angiosperm, while Indian agriculture cultivates 811 plant species and harbours more than 900 wild relatives of the cultivated plant species distributed over 10 (+ 1) biogeographic regions of the the country, significantly higher than commonly cited in the literature. Further, it revealed the role of Indian communities in domestication to cultivation of around 215 economically important plant species, and adaption of around 600 exotic crop species. Based on new evidence, several species require inclusion and others deletion, and many need further investigations to resolve the issue on country of their origin. Cultivation of crop species in diverse natural and man-made agroecological systems for centuries has generated a huge amount of genetic diversity in a large number of crop species, maintained by the farmers in the form of landraces or farmer's varieties, and conserved as collections/accessions in the national agricultural research system. © Printed in India.

Jaladanki C.K.,Sector | Taxak N.,Sector | Varikoti R.A.,National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research | Bharatam P.V.,Sector
Chemical Research in Toxicology | Year: 2015

Drug metabolism of thiophene containing substrates by cytochrome P450s (CYP450) leads to toxic side effects, for example, nephrotoxicity (suprofen, ticlopidine), hepatotoxicity (tienilic acid), thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura (clopidogrel), and aplastic anemia (ticlopidine). The origin of toxicity in these cases has been attributed to two different CYP450 mediated metabolic reactions: S-oxidation and epoxidation. In this work, the molecular level details of the bioinorganic chemistry associated with the generation of these competitive reactions are reported. Density functional theory was utilized (i) to explore the molecular mechanism for S-oxidation and epoxidation using the radical cationic center Cpd I [(iron(IV)-oxo-heme porphine system with SH- as the axial ligand, to mimic CYP450s] as the model oxidant, (ii) to establish the 3D structures of the reactants, transition states, and products on both the metabolic pathways, and (iii) to examine the potential energy (PE) profile for both the pathways to determine the energetically preferred toxic metabolite formation. The energy barrier required for S-oxidation was observed to be 14.75 kcal/mol as compared to that of the epoxidation reaction (13.23 kcal/mol) on the doublet PE surface of Cpd I. The formation of the epoxide metabolite was found to be highly exothermic (-23.24 kcal/mol), as compared to S-oxidation (-8.08 kcal/mol). Hence, on a relative scale the epoxidation process was observed to be thermodynamically and kinetically more favorable. The energy profiles associated with the reactions of the S-oxide and epoxide toxic metabolites were also explored. This study helps in understanding the CYP450-catalyzed toxic reactions of drugs containing the thiophene ring at the atomic level. © 2015 American Chemical Society.

Gupta R.,Sri Venkateshwar University | Mueen Ahmed K.K.,Phcog. Net. and SciBiolMed | Gupta B.M.,Sector
Journal of Young Pharmacists | Year: 2014

The paper analyses high productivity organizations in pharmaceutical science in India, using the publications data indexed and covered in Scopus database from 2008 to 2012. It identified their overall strength of these pharmaceutical organizations, measured in terms of select quantitative and qualitative indicators. It also provides a comparative evaluation and performance of different types of Indian pharmaceutical organizations. The study concludes that institutes of research institutes, institutes of national importance and universities model of funding for research are comparatively more effective in giving performance in terms of quantity and quality. The paper also lists suggestions for national policy formulation for growth and development of pharmaceutical research in the country.

Singh T.,Sector
Proceedings of the International Conference on Inventive Computation Technologies, ICICT 2016 | Year: 2016

Conventional Digital Computer Works using only 0 and 1 bits. 1 bit roughly equates to 1 cycle of signal. It requires 8 bits to define 128 characters. The number of bits also limits calculation power to calculate larger numbers and also demands larger storage. TejRadioComputer is an attempt to use AM/FM signal to replace 0-1, using which we may just need one cycle instead of 8, 16, 32 etc to define each character/number. With its advent character/numbers will then not be just limited to use 0 and 1, but can now use different amplitude or frequency to define them in single cycle. So we can now almost define unlimited number of characters/numbers and that too with one single cycle. This makes TejRadioComputer conceptually many magnitude faster, efficient and a lesser consumer of storage. The paper describes the basic concept about how such Computer will work.

Eugen S.,sector
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2013

The goal at the present paper is to present an interface develop for a research program that was develop for a PhD theses. The program simulates a magnetron machine used in industrial coating of the glass sheets. The interface is intended to be used by operators of the machine. An objective of the study is to present the steps needed to develop an interface that is very easy to use and in the same time controls a very complex program. © (2013)Trans Tech Publications,Switzerland.

There are eight currents of water under the earth running towards the (four) main and (four) intermediary directions and there is the ninth forceful current (at the center) proceeding upward. These are the main water currents and are stated to be fruitful for acquiring (a constant flow of) water. - Chakrapani Mishra [Source: Vishvavallabha (1577 AD)].

Bhakoo O.N.,Sector | Kumar P.,Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research
Indian Journal of Pediatrics | Year: 2013

Maternal and neonatal health is the current focus of central and state governments as well as various funding organizations. There is a lot happening in terms of expansion of secondary healthcare facilities and training of the healthcare personnel. This offers an exciting opportunity like never before, for those interested in the welfare of the newborns. Although infant and neonatal mortality rates in our country have been falling progressively, the pace has been much slower than expected, especially for neonatal mortality and we are likely to miss the Millennium Development Goals. In this article, the authors critically review the current status of neonatal health, infrastructure for neonatal care, the current national programs, the peculiar challenges we face and offer suggestions for alternative approaches to the way forward. The authors propose that neonatal care should be delivered as a continuum through an integrated district based model run by empowered District Coordination Committees with a smooth flow of referral and back-referrals between different levels of care. The prioritization and planning should be based on local data, needs and geopolitical scenario rather than a single national plan, which can provide a broad guideline. The need of the hour is to revive and make the primary care system functional and accountable while expanding and ensuring quality of special care services. © 2012 Dr. K C Chaudhuri Foundation.

Juneja K.,Sector
Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing | Year: 2016

Illumination Variation and wearable objects loses the partial facial information that it degrades the accuracy of recognition process. In this paper, a high performance driven accurate method is provided for facial recognition. The proposed MFAST (Multi-Featured Analog Signal Transformed) Model genuinely transmute the substantial facial information in analog featured conformation. This analog featured structured is formed using segmented featured elicitation. These features include center difference evaluation as moment, the asymmetric structure analysis as Skewness and Outlier Prone Measure as Kurtosis. These analogous features are shaped to justified form and generate a compound signal form. Mapping of these distillates signal points over facial dataset with specification of threshold window. The decomposed form recognition method enhanced the accuracy and performance. The experimentation on FERET, LFW and Indian Databases signify that the model outperformed than existing algorithms. © Springer Science+Business Media Singapore 2016.

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