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Vol. 18(12) December 2023

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1. Study on in vitro therapeutic impact of 17-ꞵ Estradiol on Glioblastoma cell lines

Ashwini K., Shetty Vijith V., Raghotham Ananthan, Shetty Praveen Kumar and Suchetha Kumari N.

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2. Comparative study of phytochemicals, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activity of infusion and decoction extracts from Pycnoporus sanguineus (L.) Murril collected in West Bengal

Mondal Sudip, Saha Rituparna, Mal Bijoy, Acharya Krishnendu and Biswas Gunjan

Page No: 7-13; doi:; Full Text

3. Free amino acid profiling and quantification of 4-hydroxyisoleucine in Trigonella foenum-graecum (fenugreek) seeds treated with Trichoderma viride and rhizobium

Addala Haritha and Pappu Lalitha

Page No: 14-42; doi:; Full Text

4. In silico molecular docking studies of 2, 4 and 2, 6-di-tert-butylphenol against NAGK and SPP1 proteins to recuperate rheumatoid arthritis

Singh S., Qidwai T. and Singh S.

Page No: 43-47; doi:; Full Text

5. Antioxidant and Antibacterial activity of Lotus tea in Thua Thien Hue province from Vietnam

Trang Nguyen Thi Quynh, Ngoc Ngo Quy Thao, Long Dang Thanh and Thanh Pham

Page No: 48-54; doi:; Full Text

6. The repurposing of FDA-approved drugs to stop viral replication in COVID-19 treatment: a comprehensive molecular docking and dynamics analysis

Manjunath Dammalli, Bhavya S.G., Shadakshara Murthy K.R., Rajashekhara S. and Rangaswamy B.E.

Page No: 55-66; doi:; Full Text

7. Quality control of marketed products of Andrographis paniculata by HPLC analysis

Champati Bibhuti Bhusan, Ray Asit, Jena Sudipta, Sahoo Ambika and Nayak Sanghamitra

Page No: 67-70; doi:; Full Text

8. Flower waste as a potential substrate for biosurfactant production

Seikh Julious and Owary Jonali

Page No: 71-79; doi:; Full Text

9. Identification of potential inhibitors from Andrographis paniculata bioactive compounds against extended-spectrum β-lactamases through in silico and in vitro approaches

Moirangthem Anupama, Baruah Taranga Jyoti, Maurya Anand Prakash, Patar Abani Kumar, Paul Susmita and Ingti Birson

Page No: 80-90; doi:; Full Text

10. Facile Preparation and Characterization of Alginate and Triton X-100 Zinc Phosphate modified Surface Nanocrystals as a Novel Anti-corrosive and Antibacterial agent

Mohammadkhani Arezoo, Seyed Sadjadi Mirabdullah, Farhadyar Nazanin and Mohammadkhani Faezeh

Page No: 91-101; doi:; Full Text

11. Distinct antibacterial and antioxidative properties of Couroupita guianensis Aubl. plant parts and their relation with polyphenolic contents

Bhattacharya Rupsa, Sikdar Bratati, Mukherjee Sourav, Raj Adarsha and Roy Sudipta

Page No: 102-113; doi:; Full Text

12. Copper levels, Cadmium toxicity and presence of Taste anomalies as predictors for early diagnosis of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

Shaji Crystal and Saraswathy Radha

Page No: 114-121; doi:; Full Text

13. Calotropis procera leaf extract against paracetamol induced hepatotoxicity in Rats by regulating JNK/ASK-1 Signaling Pathway

Agrawal Krishn Kumar and Murti Yogesh

Page No: 122-129; doi:; Full Text

14. Immunomodulatory potential of aqueous extract of Solanum xanthocarpum with reference to splenocyte proliferation and cytokines induction in Wistar albino rats

Choudhary Pradeep and Khandelwal Vishal

Page No: 130-134; doi:; Full Text

15. In silico studies on characterization of glucosinolate derivatives for inhibition ofcell cycle regulation protein BCL-2

Maryam Bi and Joy Hoskeri H.

Page No: 135-141; doi:; Full Text

16. Recent advances in chemopreventive effect of geraniol against endometrial cancer cell lines: A review of key trials based on signalling pathways

Sakkaravarthy Shanmugapriya, Sukumaran Latha, Chinnasamy Kanagaraj and Murugan Rashika

Page No: 142-146; doi:; Full Text

17. An assessment of the application of magnetic fields in the study of in vitro plant cell and tissue cultivation

Narasimhan S. and Bindu S.

Page No: 147-150; doi:; Full Text

18. Biosensors from the Perspective of Sensing Labelled and Unlabelled Targets

Chhotaray S. and Jal S.

Page No: 151-167; doi:; Full Text