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Assays Evaluating Antimicrobial Activity of Nanoparticles: A Myth Buster
A mere extrapolation of the testing method for testing nanoparticles, with an exclusion of the plate count method, appears to have stepped out of the fundamental principle whereby nanomaterials and microbes are required to interact, which may eventually lead to declaring toxic nanommaterials as non-toxic and underestimating the antimicrobial ability of few other potent nanom material.
Authenticating apple cider vinegar’s home remedy claims: antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral properties and cytotoxicity aspect
The results prove the unequivocal antimicrobial activity of ACV to be true at full strength concentrations, but the activity cannot be generalised because although strong antibacterial activity was observed at 25% concentrations, in terms of antifungal activity, yeasts, especially Candida were found to be less susceptible.
In vivo profiling of the Alk proximitome in the developing Drosophila brain.
Nanocarbon Effect of Smoking Biofilms for Effective Control
Fumigation is demonstrated to be a simple, straightforward and effective ethanopharmacological method for killing biofilm of pathogenic bacteria and the fumigation of surfaces prior to bacterial exposure, leading to antifouling surfaces.
Nanotherapeutic Anti-influenza Solutions: Current Knowledge and Future Challenges
The need to combine strategies and find new remedies against influenza virus using nano platforms is emphasized, where not much has been probed into employing nanomaterials into influenza research.
Insights into Bioinformatic Applications for Glycosylation: Instigating an Awakening towards Applying Glycoinformatic Resources for Cancer Diagnosis and Therapy
This review consolidates all the available tools and their applications in glycosylation research and is expected to bring an awakening amongst glyco-informaticians as well as cancer biologists to bridge the gap in the application of widely available Glyco-Informatic tools for cancer research.
Reckoning the Dearth of Bioinformatics in the Arena of Diabetic Nephropathy (DN)—Need to Improvise
Almost none of the well-established tools that have brought breakthroughs in proteomic research have been applied into diabetic nephropathy and this review is expected to sensitize the researchers to fill in this gap, exploiting the available inputs from bioinformatics resources.
The unequivocal preponderance of biocomputation in clinical virology
This review, for the first time, surveys the current status of the role of computation in virus related research and discusses advances made in the fields of clinical virology, antiviral drug design, viral immunology and viral oncology, through input from biocomputation.
Enhanced Harnessing of the Graviola Bioactive Components Using a Neoteric Sonication Cum Microwave Coadjuvant Extraction Protocol
A neoteric sonication cum microwave combined extraction technology was introduced that maximized the extraction process and minimized (7 min) the extraction time of Graviola extracts following the sonicationcum microwave combined protocol.