July-September 2020| Vol 19| Issue 3
Lichens − masters of extraordinary symbiosis with potent pharmaceuticals
Lichens are an excellent example of a symbiotic relationship between members belonging to two unrelated separate kingdoms (fungi and algae), which results in the collection of secondary metabolites. T...
Implementation of nanotechnology in drug analysis as a new solution for old problems: a review
There is an increasing interest in nanoparticles nowadays. In this review, we will enlighten the use of nanoparticles for detection and quantification of some drugs, antibiotics, antivirals, and amino...
Occurrence of terpenes, polyketides, and tannins in some Japanese lichens and green mosses
Terpenes, polyketides, and tannins are valuable chemical classes that are famous for their varied biological activities such as being antioxidant, anticancer, antibiotic, and immunosuppressant agents....
Egyptian red sea seagrass as a source of biologically active secondary metabolites
Background and objective The Red Sea seagrass Halophila stipulacea (Forsskål) Ascherson and Thalassodendron ciliatum (Forsskål) den Hartog were poorly investigated eithe...
Production and one-step purification of serratiopeptidase enzyme from Serratia marcescens with potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant power
Background and objective Inflammation is a huge problem facing the world. NSAIDs are the most popular and widespread drugs used for lowering the impaired symptoms accompanied with inflammation....
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