Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Art


Socio-Anthropological Features Of Friendship And Love Between The Peoples Of The World

Sultanova Nodira Ergashovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 982-988

The article is devoted to the phenomenon of the merging of traditional elements with the main directions and forms of the existence of traditional culture in modern conditions of ethnic culture. Folk art, which is an integral part of universal culture, has a special place in the life of every nation in the world, in the development of its way of life and values. The emergence of craftsmanship in the conscious life of mankind is the most important historical step taken towards civilization. It is aimed at continuing the national handicraft traditions of Uzbekistan, providing full support to artisans, promoting the rich cultural heritage of the world community.

Detection of SARS-CoV-2 in Follicular and Endocervical Fluid of IVF Candidates with Positive PCR Tests

Mina Ataei .; Ali Sadeghitabar; Atousa Karimi; Marjan Ghaemi; Sara Amirajam; Soheila Ansaripour

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 3752-3758

Introduction & Objective: The COVID-19 pandemic is a unique global challenge with a wide range of severity
extending from an asymptomatic form to a serious intense respiratory syndrome. We have restarted the ART
treatments in cases that need emergent IVF treatment according to the international and local guidelines. This
study aimed to evaluate the presence of viruses in follicular and endocervical fluid in patients with a positive
PCR tests provided on the day of the oocyte trigger. Method: All participants and their partners, who were a
candidate to start ART from April 2020 to October 2020, completed a triage questionnaire two weeks before
starting the ART cycle. A PCR test was performed for all participants before starting the cycle. According to
Avicenna center protocol, a diagnostic test (real-time PCR) by Dacron swap and Pishtazteb kit. The
nasopharynx test for COVID-19 was conducted for all ART patients 48 hours before the day of the oocyte
trigger. PCR test was positive in 32 women. In the operating theater, sterile swabs were used to provide
cervicovaginal specimens to determine COVID 19 virus in cervicovaginal fluid. Also, the first aspirated
follicular fluid was referred to the lab to assess the presence of COVID 19. Result: In this study, virus particles
were not detected in the follicular and endocervical fluid of the women with positive PCR tests. Case
presentation: We describe 32 patients who were candidates for IVF, with approved positive COVID-19 PCR
tests to evaluate whether the virus is present in the follicular and endocervical fluid or not? Discussion: We are
still at the beginning of the road and need reliable data on the safety of the ART at the time of pandemic. The
risk of infection during all process of ART including oocyte retrieval needs attention. The fluids from mature
follicles are a potential site to be infected and the human cumulus cells could not be a deterrent factor to
entrance of the virus in the oocyte. This process may lead to gametes infection. Indeed in real life evaluating
the risk of sexual transmission of COVID-19 is very important. Conclusion: We did not detect virus RNA in
the follicular and endocervical fluid of the patients with positive PCR test. Although, more studies with a
greater sample size are mandatory in this field.

THE EMERGENCE OF UZBEK PHOTOGRAPHIC ART: WAYS OF DEVELOPMENT, MODERNITY

Melikuziev Ikbal Mamasadikovich; Khusanov Sherzod Tirkashaliyevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 2216-2232

The object of this research is the photographic art of Uzbekistan, and the subject
of the research is the analysis of the specifics of photographic art as the essential structure
of modern culture of Uzbekistan. The purpose of the work is to identify and analyze the
specifics of the photographic art of Uzbekistan in the historical and cultural context and
the purpose of the work defines the following tasks: To outline the main modern problems
of understanding photos and ways to solve them. In this work we carried out a cultural
analysis of the development of photographic art in Uzbekistan in the XX - XXI centuries;

Modern views and features of technical aesthetics

Rashidova Mashkura Karimovna

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 817-824

The emergence of craftsmanship in the conscious life of mankind is the most important historical step taken towards civilization. It is aimed at continuing the national handicraft traditions of Uzbekistan, providing full support to artisans, promoting the rich cultural heritage of the world community. Our world-famous architectural monuments, which gave impetus to the rapid development of the Uzbek national decorative art, testify to the wonderful harmony and integration of plaster, tile, painting, calligraphy, stonemasonry and other arts. Many applied decorative arts enrich the spiritual world of people, shape their artistic taste, nurture their psyche. That is why many applied arts are one of the most important sources in the universal education of people's art and morality, in the formation of their scientific views and in raising their cultural level.

Engagement Of Art And Design Together: A Varied Study

Amit Kumar Das

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6207-6212

Art and Design is a medium of communication. It reflects the artistic talent and thought process of an individual or a group. This medium is chosen by artists, art students, or designers because they enjoy challenges in both educational and human experience articulations in the mode of communication so that art is multi phased and complicated. But the design is a customer-focused workflow that drives the development with regard to the customer's needs. It is the perfect mix of creative ideas and technology within a framework for adequate communications. This study is articulated in the time of the Pandemic (Covid-19) when all the conventional mediums of art are not feasible as a medium of interaction so that art and design are shifted on the different platforms. This research is motivated to find out the correlation between art and design and to examine their roles in the contemporary situation; they are important instruments for manipulating every heart and mind.