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Cadaverine

Cadaverine is a foul-smelling diamine compound produced by the putrefaction of animal tissue. Cadaverine is a toxic diamine with the formula NH25NH2, similar to putrescine's NH24NH2. Cadaverine is known by the names 1,5-pentanediamine and pentamethylenediamine. Putrescine and cadaverine were first described in 1885 by the Berlin physician Ludwig Brieger. In zebrafish, the trace amine-associated receptor 13c has been identified as a high-affinity receptor for cadaverine. In humans, molecular modelling and docking experiments have shown that cadaverine fits into the binding pocket of the human TAAR6 and TAAR8. Cadaverine is the decarboxylation product of the amino acid lysine; this can be done by heating lysine with a small amount of sodium bicarbonate mixed in. The produced gas should be led to a glass container, surrounded by ice water; the heating must be done in a glass container. However, this diamine is not purely associated with putrefaction, it is produced in small quantities by living beings.

It is responsible for the distinctive odors of urine and semen. Elevated levels of cadaverine have been found in the urine of some patients with defects in lysine metabolism; the odor associated with bacterial vaginosis has been linked to cadaverine and putrescine. Pentolinium and pentamethonium are both chemical derivatives of cadaverine. Cadaverine is toxic in large doses. In rats it has a low acute oral toxicity of 2,000 mg/kg body weight. Putrescine Skatole GMD MS Spectrum

Annie Russell

Annie Ellen Russell was a British-American stage actress. Russell was born in England to Irish parents, Joseph Russell and Jane Mount, she moved to Canada. She made her first appearance on the stage at eight years old with Rose Eytinge at the Montreal Academy of Music in Montreal, Canada, she visited the West Indies when she was twelve, overseeing her younger brother Tommy, the child actor in a touring production. In 1881, in New York, she performed in Esmerelda, a play written by Frances Hodgson Burnett and William Gillette; this play would become one of her most successful and popular performances. Notwithstanding, reviews for the play, for Russell's performance, were becoming unfavourable by the ninth month of the play's run—the reviewer says of her performance: "If she cares for her future, she will not waste time in spoiling her voice.... Lacking knowledge and training, she screams in a most unhappy fashion." It had over two hundred showings. After Esmerelda, Russell did not perform on a similar scale for a few years.

However, she was not removed from theatrical life. In 1883, she joined the New York Fifth Avenue Theatre company, with her mother and little brother, Tommy, she performed in one of the tour companies of the play Hazel Kirke, in the title role, before leaving to marry her first husband in 1884. Russell shortly fell ill—the first reported illness of many throughout her career, she returned in 1885, playing Zaire in the play Broken Hearts written by W. S. Gilbert. In the year, she performed in Young Mrs. Winthrop with the Palmer Company in Philadelphia, she returned to New York with the same company to perform at Madison Square Theatre as Ada in Sealed Intentions. Which received a stellar review on opening night, she performed in Engaged as Maggie McFarland starting in 1886, where acclaim for her performances began to mount. A reviewer in The New York Times said she "Imparts the charm that belongs to her delicate beauty." Other performances in 1886 that Russell performed in with A. M. Palmer's company at Madison Square Theatre include Young Mrs. Winthrop as Edith Our Society and Love's Martyr.

In 1887, Annie Russell earned the title role in the play Elaine by George Parsons Lathrop and Harry Edwards, a play adopted by Mr. Palmer's company. In 1887, she played the role of Sylvia in an adaptation of L'Monde ou l'on ennuie by Édouard Pailleron. After a brief illness, Russell returned to the Madison Square Theatre company on a tour to San Francisco in 1888 in Partners, she continued to appear in more plays afterward including Captain Swift in 1889. This was her last role before an extended illness in 1890. Russell remained with Mr. Palmer's company at the Madison Square Theatre until 1894, upon joining Charles Frohman's company, Empire Stock, she returned to the stage in 1894. She reprised her role in Esmerelda in 1894 as well. By 1895, Annie Russell appeared in an increasing number of plays, she performed in a new one-act play called Lethe. That year, she appeared in a prelude to Romeo and Juliet called Romeo's First Love and in The Gilded Fool, which earned Russell more critical acclaim.

Towards the end of the year, she took a new role in Ingenue as Ruth. After an extended stay in Europe, Russell returned to the stage in Bret Harte's play Sue, she reprised this role in London in 1898 at the Garrick Theatre. In the interim, she appeared in The Mysterious Mr. Bugle as Betty Fondacre, A Bachelor's Romance, Salt of the Earth, Dangerfield'95, she performed many of her popular plays including Sue and The Mysterious Mr. Bugle, she fell ill partway in June of that year returned to the United States to rest. She did, appear in a few plays, in 1899, Miss Hobbs with Ann Gilbert and in 1900 in A Royal Family. In 1902, Russell appeared in other plays in The Girl and the Judge; the play had great success, ran from December 1901 to the fall of 1902. Subsequently, Russell starred in Men, still with Frohman's company. On December 30, 1902, Mrs. Roosevelt and other Washington dignitaries saw Russell perform in this play. In 1903, Annie Russell performed in Boston, she met English actor Oswald Yorke in this play.

Shortly after her marriage, Russell starred in a new play Brother Jacques. Annie Russell returned to London in 1905, her first play upon her return was the role Barbara Undershaft in Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara in that same year, Shaw having written the part with Annie Russell in mind. Her husband Oswald Yorke played the part of Bill Walker in the same production, she returned to the United States, appearing in Friend Hannah in 1906. In the same year, she performed in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the newly built Astor Theatre in Boston. In 1908 she appeared with Robert Drouet in The Stronger Sex. Wagenhals & Kemper, owners of a company that Russell was a part of, bought land to build a $300,000 theatre bearing her name in New York City, it was described to be "state-of-the-art." In 1910, she joined the New Theatre Company, New York, appearing in Twelfth Night and The Nigger She performed Twelfth Night in Washington for President Taft and the first Lady, Helen Taft. She appeared in a number of small plays, one under Charles Frohman's management, in Gordon's Wife under Leibler Company until 1912, when she organized the Old English Comedy Company.

They occupied The Princess Theatre in a small theatre of 299 seats. A special feature of her new theatre company was that special matinées for schoolchildren on Fridays and Saturdays were performed, in addit

St. Mary's Technical Campus Kolkata

The St. Mary's Technical Campus Kolkata or, popularly known as SMTCK is a private engineering college in West Bengal, situated in Barrackpore-Barasat Road, located in Saibona Village, Kolkata, 700120; the college is affiliated to Moulana Abul Kalam Azad University of Technology and is approved by AICTE and UGC. It is one of the finest engineering colleges in the state of West Bengal, formed in 2011, it is one of the nine colleges under the St. Mary's Group of Institutions, a Christian Minority Educational society, it has over 17,00 students from 29 states of 25 Countries. SMTCK is located by the Barrackpore–Barasat road, is fifteen kilometers from the city of Barrackpore; the nearest railway station is at Barrackpore, while the nearest airport is Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport at Dum Dum, Kolkata. The institute has the following main buildings: The Central Block or the B. Tech building houses the Computer Science & Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering departments The MCA Block houses the Master of Computer Application department.

The MBA Block houses the Master of Business Administration department. Other than this, SMTCK offers internet connectivity at its browsing center, has six Computer Labs with high speed internet and an AutoCAD lab, with Wi-Fi facility, spread across the campus, it has two Seminar hall and has an Indoor Stadium for cultural activities. St. Mary's Technical Campus Kolkata offers one undergraduate program and offers three post graduation programs. All courses are approved by the All India Council for Technical Education AICTE, Government of India and the Department of Higher Education, Government of West Bengal; the institute has an educational tie up with Osmania University, according to which students of the institute can use some facilities of the University. Admission to the undergraduate B. Tech. Courses is done through the West Bengal Joint Entrance Examination and All India Engineering Entrance Examination, while for graduate M. Tech. Courses, admission is done through Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering.

The Computer Application Centre offers full-time three-year Master of Computer Applications degree course and admission is through JECA. The Management Education Center offers Master of Business Administration degree as a full-time two-year course at the graduate level. Engineering Departments Non-Engineering Departments There are regular interactive workshops and short-term courses goes on every month. Many core companies like Kyzen which are IT companies, visit the college along with IT companies; the placement of B. Tech in Computer Science and Engineering is best but not assured to get any job. Not more than 2% students offered for Placement in 2016 B. Tech batch. SMTCK is a residential campus. There are three boys hostel and one girls hostel, both inside the SMTCK campus, each equipped with high-speed Internet access and Wi-Fi, with guest rooms available for visitor. Provisions have been made for extracurricular activities and games and sports on the hostels premises, in other locations within the campus.

It has a cricket playground. Besides these, students and staff have facilities for football and volleyball; every year, Kabaddi, Volleyball and Badminton tournaments are conducted within the campus for students' leisure. Marythesis is the annual cultural festival of St. Mary's Technical Campus Kolkata, it was started in 2011 by the first batch of the college i.e. the M. C. A. Batch and is held for two days and two nights. Many renowned artists and Rock Music Bands like Anupam Roy, Underground Authority, The SPUNK!, Ginger Feet etc. have performed in Marythesis. Official Website