Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic Sciences


Dr. Rambir Singh
Institute of Biomedical Sciences,
bundelkhand University, Jhansi. India

ISSN: 2394-2274

Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic Sciences covers the advanced research in basic to applied sciences for diagnosis and therapy of diseases. It includes disciplines from designing of drugs to clinical applications of molecules. The area covered includes: Ethnopharmacology, Medicinal Chemistry, Immunology, Genetics, Biochemistry, Phytomedicine, Biomedical Sciences, drug discovery, molecular modelling, medical biochemistry, medical biotechnology, clinical studies, diagnosis and medical sciences.


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Crude methanolic extract of Crinum latifolium plant (Leaves) was assayed to identify various pharmacological properties. Antimicrobial potential of crude methanolic extracts of Crinum latifolium was accomplished by most commonly used disc diffusion method against a wide range of Gram positive and Gram negative bacteria. Extracts showed slight antimicrobial activity against [...]
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Amalaki Rasayan (MLK) is one of the prominent herbal formulations described in Ayurvedic classics which is used in treatment of jaundice. The effect of Amalaki Rasayan after chronic administration on hematological parameter was determined in this experiment. After 41 days administration of Amalaki Rasayan there was statistically prominent change in [...]
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Semicarbazone derivatives are most effective anticonvulsant agents. Anticonvulsant effect of numerous semicarbazone derivatives has been demonstrated in a wide range of preclinical anticonvulsant models.Semicarbazones and its analogs are versatile substrates and these have been utilized as constructing unit in the synthesis of various heterocyclic compounds. Semicarbazone derivatives have been used [...]
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Abstracts of National conference on Ethnopharmacology and Biotechnology in Drug Development: Prospects and ChallengesOrganized by: Institute of Biomedical Sciences & Vaidya Ram Narayan Sharma Institute of Ayurved and Alternate Medical Education and Research, Bundelkhand University, Jhansi, UP, IndiaSociety for Ethnopharmacology, India14-15 November 2014 [...]
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Metal intoxication, thus is an important concern in the world today owing to high industrial and chemical exposure to humans. These metal toxicities have been extensively studies with underlying mechanisms revealed up to molecular levels. However, much emphasis and focus on managing these metal-induced toxic manifestations is the need of [...]
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Increased emergence and spread of multidrug resistant bacteria including methicillin resistant S. aureus(MRSA) and their biofilms have created immense clinical problem in treatment of bacterial diseases. Biofilms are difficult to eradicate with standard antimicrobial treatments due to high antibiotic resistance level compared to free living cells. Biofilm formation by [...]
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Bisphenol A (BPA, 2,2-bis (4-hydroxyphenyl) propane) is a common environmental endocrine disruptors with estrogenic properties. It has been implicated to have death-defying effect on reproductive health in human and experimental rats because of its wide-ranging use in manufacturing of various consumer products. The present study was performed to evaluate the [...]
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Management of diabetes mellitus is a challenge for clinicians. Uncontrolled hyperglycemia increases the risk of microvascular and macrovascular complications, damaging the body systems. Although a number of antidiabetic drugs are available for therapeutic intervention, toxicity, loss of efficacy in chronic use and high cost of treatment have necessitated the search [...]
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Nanosize copper particles were prepared using Damdei green leaves extract without involving any harsh chemicals and special capping agent in aqueous phase. The particles are spherical with an average diameter of 5 nm as determined by HRTEM. These ensuing copper nanoparticles (NPs) possess significant catalytic potential for oxidation of o-dianisidine [...]
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