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Food nanotechnology - an overview.
  • B. S. Sekhon
  • Medicine
  • Nanotechnology, science and applications
  • 4 May 2010
TLDR
Nano food packaging materials may extend food life, improve food safety, alert consumers that food is contaminated or spoiled, repair tears in packaging, and even release preservatives to extend the life of the food in the package. Expand
Nanotechnology in agri-food production: an overview
  • B. S. Sekhon
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Nanotechnology, science and applications
  • 20 May 2014
TLDR
Experts feel that the potential benefits of nanotechnology for agriculture, food, fisheries, and aquaculture need to be balanced against concerns for the soil, water, and environment and the occupational health of workers. Expand
Matrix metalloproteinases – an overview
TLDR
Broad-spectrum metalloproteinase inhibitors as potential therapeutics have been developed to explore the involvement of MMPs in various diseases. Expand
An overview of advances in the standardization of herbal drugs
TLDR
An overview covering various techniques employed in extraction and characterization of herbal medicines as well as herbal nanomedicines standardization is reported, with potential of metabolomics in the development of improved phytotherapeutic agents and capillary electrophoresis and polarographic techniques contributions towards standardization of herbal drugs. Expand
Pharmaceutical co-crystals - a review
Co-crystallization alters the molecular interactions and composition of pharmaceutical materials, and is considered better alternatives to optimize drug properties. Co-crystals consists of API and aExpand
Biosimilars: an overview
Correspondence: Bhupinder Singh Sekhon institute of Pharmacy, PCTE Group of institutes, near Baddowal Cantt. (Ludhiana), 142021, india Tel +91-161-2888550 Email sekhon224@yahoo.com Abstract:Expand
Surfactants: Pharmaceutical and Medicinal Aspects
Surfactants are amphipathic substances with lyophobic and lyophilic groups and are critical components in pharmaceutical products. Surfactants have several uses in pharmaceuticals, i) forExpand
Chelates for micronutrient nutrition among crops
The three main classes of micronutrient sources are inorganic, synthetic chelates and organic complexes. Inorganic sources such as sulphates of Cu, Mn, Fe and Zn are the most common metallic saltsExpand
Enzymes as drugs: an overview
TLDR
Therapeutic enzymes (digestive and metabolic) can be used medically either isolately or adjunctly with other therapies for treatment of various diseases like cancer, cystic fibrosis, dermal ulcers, inflammation, digestive disorders etc. Expand
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