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The liver is among the most complex and important organs in the human body. Its primary function is to control the flow and safety of substances absorbed from the digestive system before distribution of these substances to the systemic circulatory system. Hepatotoxicity implies chemical-driven liver damage. Chemicals that cause liver injury are called(More)
Background Industrial growth is occurring exponentially, for unimpeded growth, industrial workers are recruited on a large scale globally. There are various sectors of industries present for which laborers are trained in accordance to their requirements. As workers possess the general health risk of occupational hazards, various labor laws, schemes and(More)
The purine analogues are a new class of nonclassical antimicrobial agents that bind with riboswitches. Purine (adenine) analogues are having antimicrobial, antifungal, antitumour, antiproliferative, antiviral and activity against HSV-1. Riboswitches are structured RNA domains that can bind directly to specific ligands and regulate gene expression. These RNA(More)
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