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  • S. Jain
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Evolution; international journal of organic…
  • 1 June 1975
Conservation Genetics
• Richard Frankham’s (1995) review argued species with low variation would have “reduced ability to cope with environmental change during evolution, and so have shorter evolutionary lifespans.” HisExpand
Dictionary of Indian folk medicine and ethnobotany
DICTIONARY OF INDIAN FOLK MEDICINE AND ETHNOBOTANY Dictionary Of Indian Folk Medicine And Ethnobotany (FREE) Review of Literature 28 Ethnobotany in relation to health and livelihood security inExpand
Artemisinin, a novel antimalarial drug: biochemical and molecular approaches for enhanced production.
Improved production of artemisinin either in cell/tissue culture or in the whole plant of A. annua is highly desirable and can be achieved by a better understanding of the biochemical pathway leading to the synthesis of art Artemisinin and its regulation by both exogenous and endogenous factors. Expand
The Evolution of Inbreeding in Plants
Induction of hepatic antioxidants in freshwater catfish (Channa punctatus Bloch) is a biomarker of paper mill effluent exposure.
A pollutant-induced adaptive response in fish is demonstrated and levels of enzymatic and non-enzymatic tissue antioxidants may serve as surrogate markers of exposure to oxidant pollutants in fish. Expand
The Genetics of Inbreeding Populations
This chapter discusses the effects of inbreeding in terms of genetic models of steadily increasing complexity with observations and measurements that show that inbreeding populations contain large amounts of genetic variability and that this variability is organized into highly integrated and flexible systems. Expand
Erythrocyte Membrane Lipid Peroxidation and Glycosylated Hemoglobin in Diabetes
The degree of membrane lipid peroxidative damage in erythrocytes was significantly correlated with the level of glycosylated hemoglobin, an index of mean glucose level for the preceding 3–4mo, which suggests that peroxidation of membrane lipids and accumulation of MDA occurs in ERY Throcytes of diabetic patients. Expand
Lipoic acid decreases lipid peroxidation and protein glycosylation and increases (Na(+) + K(+))- and Ca(++)-ATPase activities in high glucose-treated human erythrocytes.
  • S. Jain, G. Lim
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Free radical biology & medicine
  • 1 December 2000
Lipoic acid can lower lipid peroxidation and protein glycosylation, and increase (Na(+) + K(+))- and Ca(++)-ATPase activities in high-glucose exposed RBC, which provides a potential mechanism by which lipoic Acid may delay or inhibit the development of neuropathy in diabetes. Expand
Antioxidant properties of different edible mushroom species and increased bioconversion efficiency of Pleurotus eryngii using locally available casing materials.
Principal Component Analysis (PCA) revealed that significantly higher total phenolics, RSA on DPPH and growth/day was present in P. eryngii whereas P. citrinopileatus showed higher ascorbic acid and chelating activity. Expand