Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic Sciences

Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic SciencesEditor
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.

Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic Sciences is now indexed in WHO’s HINARI (see details at Journal of Biomedical and Therapeutic Sciences on HINARI ).
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Recent Articles

Recent Advances in use of Semicarbazones as Anticonvulsant Agents: A Review
Sumitra Nain, Anu Sharma, HariOm Singh, Sarvesh Paliwal
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2015, 2(1), 1-7

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Phytochemicals in antidiabetic drug discovery
Rambir Singh, Tasleem Arif, Imran Khan, Poonam Sharma
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 1-33

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Ethnopharmacological Damdei plant extract assisted synthesis of copper nanoparticles and evaluation in non-enzymatic kinetics of o-dianisidine oxidation
Henam Premananda Singh, Nikesh Gupta, Rakesh Kumar Sharma
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 34-40

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Lycopene, a carotenoid antioxidant against Bisphenol A (BPA) motivated experimental male infertility
Peranandam Tamilselvan, Kulanthaivel Langeswaran, Rajendran Revathy, Booupathy Lokesh Kumar, Maruthaiveeran Periyaswamy Balasubramanian
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 41-47

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Toxic Metals: Health Effects, and Therapeutic Measures
Swaran J.S. Flora
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 48-64

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Antibacterial and antibiofilm activity of some essential oils and compounds against clinical strains of Staphylococcus aureus
Huma Jafri, Fohad Mabood Husain, Iqbal Ahmad
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 65-71

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Abstracts – National conference on Ethnopharmacology and Biotechnology in Drug Development: Prospects and Challenges
J. Biomed. Therap. Sci., 2014, 1(1), 72-96

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Medicinal plants are the important source of potentially useful chemotherapeutic agents which have made enormous contributions to human health and well-being. The bacteria, fungi, virus, etc have developed resistance against available drugs. The secondary metabolites of the variety of plants can serve as major source for the development of new [...]
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Murraya koenigii, commonly known as curry leaves, is a regular ingredient used in Indian cuisines. Not only it is beneficial for health but also it is speculated to have various medicinal properties. Although a large number of phytochemicals have been identified and tested for various properties but no compound have [...]
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Presentation abstracts of the Indo-Hungarian Symposium on Recent Advances in Chemistry and Biology held on 11 Dec 2017 at Miranda House, University of Delhi.Convener: Dr. Amrita T Sheikh Organizing Secretary: Dr. Poonam [...]
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Coconut shell is an important byproduct of Cocos nucifera L. which is largely being wasted. The present study is focused on optimizing the extraction process of phenolic compounds and also to evaluate its physico-chemical and antioxidant properties. After studying the effect of different solvents and different extraction conditions, methanol was [...]
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The discovery of bacterial-communication systems (quorum-sensing systems), which orchestrate important temporal events during the infection process, has afforded a novel opportunity to ameliorate bacterial infection by means other than growth inhibition. In this study three different assays were performed; Las-A staphylolytic assay, anti-swarming assay, pyocyanin assay. In the anti-swarming activity, [...]
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Gastroesophagus reflux disease, acidity and hearts burning are the most common problems, which can be overcome by the raft forming in-situ gel system containing combination of H2 antagonist and GABAB antagonist as well as raft forming agents (alginate, pectin etc.). GERD develops when the reflux of the gastric contents occur [...]
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Hyaluronic acid (HA) is a biopolysacharride present in connective tissues of body. It has high significant economic concern due to its high use in medical, cosmetic and food industries. It is present in several resources like rooster combs, eye and umbilical cord. Due to its good chemical and physical properties, [...]
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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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