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Production and immobilization of invertase from Penicillium sp. using orange peel waste as substrate
Nehad E.A., Sherien M.M Atalla
Early detection of osteoporosis in premenopausal Egyptian women
Nayera E Hassan, Sahar A El-Masry, Rokia A El-Banna, Safenaz Y El Sherity
Metformin: a review on its ethnobotanical source and versatile uses
Mohammad Asif, Mrityunjoy Acharya, Mohd Imran

 Coming soon

1.  Antimicrobial activity of isolated actinomycetes and optimization of bioactive metabolites production
2.  Skin Tissue Healing Induced by argon Laser on Rats
3.  Antibacterial activity of some bioactive glasses in comparison with the effect of vancomycin hydrochloride antibiotic
4.  Biotechnological approach for production of L- asparaginase from Bacillus subtilis local isolate
5.  Effect of light quality on Betalain content of red beet( Beta vulgaris L. ) cultured in vitro
6.  Evaluation the productivity of Cyperus esculentus cultivated in different phytogeographical locations in Egypt (ex-situ conservation) and its anti-oxidant activity
7.  Synthesis, Antioxidant, Anticoagulant and Fibrinolytic Activities of New Isatin Derivatives
8.  Herb-Drug interaction study between aloe Vera and glimepiride in normal and diabetic rats
9.  Green polygalacturonase production from sugar beet pulp Aspergillus awamori NRC-F18 under solid-state fermentation
10.  Production and one-step purification of serratiopeptidase enzyme from Serratia marsescens with potent anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant power
11.  Green synthesis and biological screening of some fluorinated pyrazole chalcones in search of potent anti-inflammatory and analgesic agents
12.  Mechanism of action and bioactivities of Cinnamomum zeylanicum essential oil against some pathogenic microbes
13.  Egyptian red sea seagrass as a source of biologically active secondary metabolites.