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2021-03-26 Letter to the Editor

Criteria for paediatric oral liquid form

Daniela Gavrus, Ferran Bossacoma Busquets*, Josep Maria CatalĂ , Joan Lluis Vinent Genestar and Miquel Villaronga Flaque

Paediatric hospitals frequently have to face the lack of commercially available medicines suitable or even licensed for their use in paediatrics. Thus, only one-third of all medicines approved by the European Medicines Agency over the period of 1995 to 2005 were licensed for use in children [1].<...

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2021-03-25 Research Article

COVID-19 immunologic and toxicological implication: Innate immune sensor and immune escape

Luisetto M*, Ahnaf Ilman, Farhan Ahmad Khan, Khaled Edbey, Gamal Abdul Hamid, Mashori GR, Nili BA, Fiazza C, YesvI R and Latishev Yu O


Related COVID-19 and new Variant and treatment like vaccine it is relevant to deeply verify the immunologic implication and in a special way regarding the innate immune sensor system and the evasion of the immune system.

This can be crucial to search for new strateg...

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2020-09-17 Research Article

Production and characterization of staphylokinase enzyme from Staphylococcus aureus ASIA4

Nourah Hassan Alzahrani and Fareed Shawky El-Shenawy*


Six clinical Staphylococcus aureus strains isolated from different clinical samples. Isolates ASIA1 and ASIA2 isolated from urine samples of urinary tract infected patients; ASIA3 isolated from swab samples of burn abscess patients at Assiut University hospital as well as ASI...

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2020-06-03 Research Article

Anticancer activity of novel surface functionalized metal doped hydroxyapatite

Saheli Pradhan*, Shouvik Mitra and Arunava Goswami


In this manuscript it has been described a novel synthesis of mercury doped hydroxyapatite (Hap) and its application on human liver carcinoma cell line (Hep G2) and human lung fibroblast carcinoma cell line (MRC 5). Nano-sized hydroxyapatite doped with Hg2+ was synthesized by...

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2020-02-04 Research Article

Medicinal plant extract associated with bacterial cellulose membrane: Antibacterial activity and physicochemical properties

Fernando Batain, Kessi Crescencio, Thais Alves, Juliana Ferreira Souza, Venâncio Amaral, Juliana Castro, Carolina Santos, Angela Jozala, Luciane Lopes* and Marco Chaud*


Burns injuries induce a state of immunodepression that predisposes to a bacterial infectious complication that leads to several comorbid diseases and high mortality rate. Previous studies about anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and antioxidant properties of Aloe vera (L.) Burm...

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2020-01-31 Editorial

Biological markers of oxidative stress in exhaled air

Chrsitian Sarbach and Eric Postaire*


Oxidation reactions produce, through complex intermediate steps, small energy packages that are more easily stored than a sudden combustion oxidation. The slow and controlled production of energy in a nuclear power plant allows its use, a massive explosion produces the resul...

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2020-01-22 Research Article

Antiuropathogenic and antioxidant activities of Hypoxis hemerocallidea Lam. extracts, and compounds from its taxonomically related species

Kokoette Bassey* and Sekelwa Cosa


Hypoxis hemerocallidea Lam is one of the 43 Hypoxis species in South Africa, marketed extensively as over the counter herbal product for the management of several diseases. The plant commercial products link efficacy to hypoxoside 4, its aglycone (rooperol), or β-sitoste...

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2019-12-11 Research Article

Co-extract mixture from Strophanthus hispidus (roots) and Aframomum meleguta (seeds) show phytochemical synergy in its anti-inflammatory activity

John Kenneth Mensah*, Amina Ibrahim and Yakubu Jibira


Background: Combination of extracts from multiple plants are typically used in ethnomedicine to putatively offer more potent chemotherapeutic and chemopreventive effects than that of individual extracts from single plants. Aqueous extracts from two multipurpo...

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2019-12-10 Research Article

To legalize cannabis in Ghana or not to legalize? Reviewing the pharmacological evidence

Kwesi Boadu Mensah* and Paa Kofi Tawiah Adu-Gyamfi


Background: Although illegal, Ghana has a long history of cannabis use. With changing perceptions, advocacy for legalization has increased globally. This study exams pharmacological evidence on the prospects and challenges of decriminalization and /or legaliza...

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2019-09-27 Research Article

Screening of antibiotic residue in poultry in Kathmandu valley of Nepal: A cross-sectional study

Rajiv Sapkota*, Ramila Raut, Sujan Khanal, Muna Gyawali and Dipesh Sahi


This cross-sectional study was conducted to screen the presence of antibiotic residue in poultry. A total of 60 samples (30 Muscle and 30 Liver) were taken from local meat shops from different parts of Kathmandu valley. Disc assay method was used. Escherichia coli (ATCC 25922...

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