Current Issue Volume 11 Issue 1

Research Article

Saccharomyces Cerevisiae Evacuated Cells as a Package Model for a Bioactive Milk Protein

Authors: Nawal Abd El-Baky*; Neama Mahmoud Fattouh Rezk; Amro A Amara*


Research Article

PBPK Modeling Characterizes the Impact of Administration Form and Drug-Drug Interaction on Aconitine

Authors: Yue Gao*; Yun-xuan Ge#; Zhuo Zhang#; Xiao-Mei Zhuang; Jia-Yi Yan; Jing Gao; Zeng-chun Ma; Yu-guang Wang


Special Article: Fermentation

Probiotic Flavored Fermented Goat Milk as An Adequate Vehicle for Beneficial Bacteria and Higher Total Phenolic and Antioxidant Activity

Authors: Livia Bordalo Tonucci*, Bárbara Pereira da Silva*, Maria Eliza de Castro Moreira, Isabel Cristina Silva de Oliveira, Mariana Rodrigues Carneiro, Hércia Stampini Duarte Martino, Karina Maria Olbrich dos Santos


Research Article

Assessing the Bio-Efficacy of Trichoderma Asperellum (IT13) Against Rhizopus Stolonifer, Fungus Associated with Post-Harvest of Yam (Dioscorea Rotundata) Tubers Rot

Authors: Dikongue NJF, Ntah A Ayong M, Nguemnang MLC, Bedine BMA, Jiogue ML, Kamsu NPF, Tchameni NS*, Sameza ML


Review Article

From Bronchial Asthma to Tuberculosis: Unravelling the Cytokine-Macrophage Axis in Diverse Diseases

Authors:Samim Ali; Satyawart Sangwan; Priyam Srivastava; Shahzeb Khan; Vikas Raghuvanshi; Amarjeet Kumar; Ankur Nawani; Vishal Chandra; Pramod Yadav


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Featured Article

Griseofulvin Producing Endophytic Nigrospora Oryzaefrom Indian Emblica Officinalis Gaertn: a New Report

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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