Abstract: Hexavalent chromium is a well established carcinogenic and mutagenic contaminant, frequently cause to come into the surroundings through various related study of origins and development of human activities.
Abstract: Tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L), one of the most important vegetable crop in the world is susceptible to rapid post harvest softening and poor shelf life leading to great post harvest losses.
Abstract: Santalum album commonly known as Sandalwood is used traditionally for health and wellness. It is an evergreen and hemi-parasitic tree and has a long history in Indian religious rituals and traditional Chinese medicine.
Abstract: Designing mucosal-adhesive (mucoadhesive) materials are of great importance as an advanced tool for wound healing and covering, bleeding control, drug delivery and other medical applications .
Abstract: We report extracellular synthesis of silver nanoparticles by cell filtrate of Myxococcus virescens. Moreover, the effect of silver nanoparticles on survivability or lethality of human pathogenic bacteria viz.
Abstract: The classical panorama of an innate immune regulation during inflammation, infection, and sterile tissue injury is the rapid recruitment of circulating leukocytes throughout the organism
Abstract: Emblica officinalis (Amla) is widely used medicinal plant and is believed to increase defence against various types of diseases. E. officinalis harbours a range of endophytes responsible for synthesis of bioactive compounds.
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Abstract Emblica officinalis (Amla) is widely used medicinal plant and is believed to increase defence against various types of diseases. E. officinalis harbours a range of endophytes responsible for synthesis of bioactive compounds.