Cient Periodique

Etymology

‘Cient’ with the meaning Scientific

‘Periodique’ carries the meaning of Periodical i.e., a Journal publishing articles at regular intervals.

We are working with a desire to excel the name of Cient Periodique that becomes possible with the association of active researchers and potential authors on a single platform. Our Editorial Board also consists of highly acclaimed personalities with an eminence in various fields. They always give their best to explore scientific research and bring those wonders to a computer or mobile screen near you!


Vision

We are committed to promoting your research as widely as we can and providing as much visibility and exposure for your article as possible. We also ensure your research is easy to find, making your ideas and knowledge accessible to other researchers, communities and institutions around the world.


Mission

Cient Periodique is born with a mission of inviting scholars to join us for a healthy community. We wish to make access to information simpler, even though we have only recently started offering our services. We work with a motto to partner up with several scholars across the globe and provide easier access to their publications through our services. We always look for more scholars who would use our services to enhance the reach of their work.


Latest Articles




Psychosocial Needs and Improved Quality of Life among Cancer Patients Receiving Palliative Care

Samuel Terkura Njor1*, Samuel Anaja Otene1, Ransome Msughve Labe1 & Martina Angbiandoo Amande2
Cancer disease is a threat to individual life. Patients with cancer experience varied degrees of physical and emotional distress from various issues and drought of desirable psychosocial needs. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between psychosocial needs and quality of life (QOL) of cancer patients receiving chemotherapy in Oncology and Palliative Care Clinic in Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi. The study was a correlat [...] READ MORE
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Third-Stage COVID-19 Disease Still Needs Remedy

Shimon Shatzmiller
The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) progresses in four stages [1]. The first stage is a presymptomatic phase, which may lead to stage 2, which presents with fever, cough, generalized malaise, and a high viral load. This is followed, after seven to ten days, by stage 3, which presents with viral pneumonia. Most patients improve clinically as immunological responses are developed at this stage. However, during stage 3, a small number of p [...] READ MORE
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Retarding Food Production Worldwide Due to COVID 19 Pandemic

Shimon Shatzmiller
The COVID-19 shock has derailed gains made towards achieving food security in Africa and around the world.
Food prices dip: Cereal production sees the first decline in four years as Ukraine war bites. [...] READ MORE
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Antiviral Drug Discovery Strategies

Shimon Shatzmiller
Here is a frog in South American jungles…. this is the beautiful song by Paul Simon Señorita with a Necklace of Tears, Paul Simon, the second verse [1]:
So we found the green little frog, Phyllomedusa Savage [2], from the Amazon/Orinoco jungles, whose skin
contains many antimicrobial peptides, and focused on Dermaseptin S4 [3,4] as one of the most active one, and this in many ways.
Ehrlich and his co-workers [5] tried [...] READ MORE
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What Is Chickenpox and How Is It Perceived

Shimon Shatzmiller*, Galina Zats, Inbal Lapidot, Rami Krieger & Ludmila Buzhansky
The hands and feet of a 4-year-old girl with chickenpox in Liberia. Symptoms of chickenpox include a rash that begins on the face and spreads to the body. Cases of monkey pox - a rare and little known disease - are being investigated in European countries
including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada and Australia. [...] READ MORE
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Omicron Wave -2: Do I Need to Get the Corona Vaccine Booster? Yes, It Increases the COVID Protection, Including Omicron?

Shimon Shatzmiller*, Inbal Lapidot, Rami Krieger & Galina Zats
Researchers are learning that the Coronavirus can infect neurons and can cause ongoing damage in some cases.
Months after dealing with COVID-19, many people still struggle with memory problems, mental fog, and mood swings. One reason is that the disease can cause long-term brain damage.
"A lot of people suffer," says Jennifer Frontera, a professor of neurology at the New York Grossman School of Medicine. Frontera led a study that found [...] READ MORE
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The New Strain Will Be Called “Omicron”. Experts: “Be on the Pulse, without Panic

Shimon Shatzmiller*, Ludmila Buzhansky, Inbal Lapidot, Galina Zats & Rami Krieger
The 50-mutant corona strain was named "OMICRON" after the Greek letter, defined by the World Health Organization as "cause for concern". Is it resistant to vaccines? In a conversation with Ynet, the experts explained: "It does not bode well, but it is too early to determine that this is the next disaster." Director of the Microbiology Laboratory: "There were also strains that dissolved, it is difficult to deduce [...] READ MORE
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Peptide Mimics as Potential Drugs for COVID-19

Shimon Shatzmiller*, Rami Krieger, Galina zats & Inbal Lapidot
It seems to me that the omicron, with all its monstrosity, is just a trailer for what is yet to come in the next stage. The problem focuses on the antibodies that the body produces, making it difficult for the virus to transfer its genetic material to "kidnapping" the various intracellular mechanisms to produce a host in the host cells the RNA and proteins of the virus. The transition has hitherto been the most common receptor in all of [...] READ MORE
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Evidence of Sea Star Monocytes Evolving in Phagocytes: Observations in T.E.M in Asterias Rubens

Michel Leclerc
Sea star Axial organ (A.O) cells were observed in T.EM: Evidence of primitive monocytes was done: They contained azurophile particles and a reniform nucleus, sometimes a phagosome appeared and amoeboïd images were seen. These cells, in a second time, evolves mainly in phagocytes which may be assimilated to Vertebrate Macrophages, with functional phagosomes and azurophile particles. The sea star monocytes are smaller in diameter (4 to 5μ) [...] READ MORE
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An Initiative to Educate General Population on Sudden Cardiac Death- A Short Discussion

Rupa Potti
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of deaths across the globe accounting for 17.8 million deaths in 2017. It has been studied that sudden cardiac deaths account for 40% -50% of all the cardiovascular related deaths. Among this about 10%-20% of all deaths are mostly related to dysrhythmias of the ventricles [1]. These enormous numbers signify the importance of the cardiac health awareness among the general population to be able to take me [...] READ MORE
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Cient Periodique is a ‘Gold’ open access publisher that aspires to offer absolute free, unrestricted access to the valuable research information

We welcome all the eminent authors to submit your valuable paper

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