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Volume 4, Issue 4 (2021)

    2021 Conference Announcement Pages: 1 - 1

    Artificial intelligence in healthcare

    Ashish Dhawad

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    2021 Conference Announcement Pages: 1 - 1

    Announcement: International conference on Advanced Material and Nano Materials

    Amelia Flora

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    Editorial Note Pages: 306 - 306

    Trends in Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Sciences

    Li-Pin Kao

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    Commentary Pages: 1 - 2

    Biological Medicinal Products Commentary

    Adalbertoi Pessoa

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    Commentary on Virulence Factors Dealing in the Role of GTPases

    Stephen T.Arbedon

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    Volume 4, Issue 5 (2021)

      Awards 2021 Pages: 1 - 1

      Awards and Recognition for 40th Euro Congress on Cancer Science & Therapy

      Marvin Koon

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      Asia Pacific Pharmaceutics & Drug Delivery Congress

      Tarek Motawi

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      36th International Conference on Pharmaceuticals Formulation and Drug Delivery

      Gerald Tan

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      Volume 4, Issue 7 (2021)

        Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

        Minimum Inhibitory Concentration

        Wen-Cai Ye

        In microbiology, the minimum inhibitory concentration is the lowest concentration of a chemical, usually a drug, which prevents visible growth of a bacterium or bacteria. MIC depends on the microorganism, the affected human being and the antibiotic itself. It is often expressed in micrograms per milliliter or milligrams per literThe MIC is determined by preparing solutions of the chemical in vitro at increasing concentrations, incubating the solutions with separate batches of cultured bacteria, and measuring the results using agar dilution or broth micro dilution. Results have been graded into susceptible often called sensitive increased exposure or resistant to a particular antimicrobial by using a breakpoint. Breakpoints are agreed upon values, published in guidelines of a reference body.

        Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

        Antibiotics and its Uses in Different Bacterial Infections

        Arnod R Kriegstein

        Prior to antibiotics, bacterial infections along with pneumonia, gonorrhea, and syphilis killed tens of thousands and testing in to your in human beings every year. Periodical outbreaks of bacterial ailment crammed hospitals and clinics, and with certainly no powerful scientific treatments to be had, Infections uses sufferers servere of the to immensely. Eventually, researchers located that positive chemical compounds may want to kill off or save you the increase of bacteria, and these days we own greater than 20 training of antibiotics composed cases dozens of commercially to be had drugs. The first proper antibiotic, penicillin, become located to 1928 with the intial to of using Alexander Fleming, and although over.

        Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

        Nanotechnology and its uses in Pharma Sector

        Arnod R Kriegstein

        Nanotechnology, additionally abbreviated to nanotech, is the utilization of issue scale for modern purposes. The soonest, boundless depiction of nanotechnology alluded to the specific innovative objective of correctly controlling particles and atoms for manufacture of macroscale items, materials and scope of harmfulenss as sub-atomic nanotechnology. A more summed up portrayal of nanotechnology was in this way settled by the National Nanotechnology Initiative, which characterized nanotechnology as the control of issue with no less than one measurement estimated from 1 to 100 nanometers. This definition mirrors the way that quantum mechanical impacts are significant at this quantum-domain scale, thus the definition moved from a specific innovative objective to an examination classification comprehensive.

        Review Article Pages: 1 - 7

        Why Compliance to National Prescribing Guidelines is Important Especially across Sub-Saharan Africa and Suggestions for the Future

        Stephen M Campbell, Johanna C Meyer and Brian Godman*

        There are concerns with high prevalence rates for both infectious and non-infectious disease in Sub-Saharan Africa, as well as patients with joint co-morbidities. This requires consideration of multiple guidelines simultaneously to improve the care of patients. Adherence to guidelines is increasingly seen as key criteria for assessing the quality of prescribing in ambulatory care versus the WHO/INRUD targets. These typically represent activity (volume) or performance (cost) indicators rather than quality indicators. However, guideline adherence is currently variable across sectors, diseases areas and African countries. Factors impacting on adherence rates include their routine availability, ease of access and referencing, the extent of consensus on their content, extent of training of their use, monitoring of subsequent prescribing against agreed suggestions and whether regularly updated. Multiple initiatives are typically more successful with changing prescribing habits versus single approaches.

        Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

        Designated Medication Innovation

        Xiang-Hai ai

        The second Proteome - Designated Medication Revelation Highest point will join enormous pharma and inventive biotech, just as key assessment pioneers in scholarly world, to foster powerful primary and biochemical instruments to open up the full helpful open door held inside the whole proteome. Recognize and approve novel druggable destinations and enhance structuredirected part based medication plan of little atoms with further developed power, selectivity, and physic-compound properties. With about 85% of the proteome as of now undrugged, getting to these objectives that are, as of now, incredibly hard to tranquilize, has kept analysts from accomplishing wanted clinical victories.

        Volume 4, Issue 2 (2021)

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