Fabrication of Xanthan Gum: Gelatin (Xnt:Gel) Hybrid Composite Hydrogels for Investigating Skin Wound Healing Efficacy

Fabrication of hybrid hydrogels to improve biological characteristics or mitigate biomaterial drawbacks has become a prominent method. With the growing threat of skin wounds to public health and the economy, this study was conducted using xanthan gum (Xnt), citric acid (C), gelatin (Gel), glutaraldehyde (G), and HPLC-grade water to fabricate a series of composite hydrogels, […]

Modulation of Apoptotic Cell Death and Neuroprotective Effects of Glutathione—L-Dopa Codrug against H2O2-Induced Cellular Toxicity: A Recent Study

Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a neurodegenerative condition characterised by the death of dopaminergic neurons, primarily in the substantia nigra, over time. The gold standard medicine for managing Parkinson’s disease (PD) and controlling its symptoms is L-3,4-dihydroxyphenylalanine (LD). However, the formation of pro-oxidant intermediates resulting from LD’s autoxidation could produce disease neurotoxicity. To circumvent this constraint, […]

Inference of Structure and Dynamic Order of Formation of Multimeric Protein Complexes

A variety of computer studies have attempted to predict bi-molecular protein complexes and biomolecular interactions automatically, with varying degrees of success. However, applying these methods to the more difficult challenge of computing the structure and function of multi-meric proteins has numerous drawbacks. The most important derives from the problem’s combinatorial element, which entails predicting the […]

A Comparative Analysis of Dissolution Profiles of Furosemide Tablets Available in the Argentinean Market (Part 2)

The qualities of the active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) as well as the features of the dosage form influence the rate and degree of medication dissolution and absorption. The dissolving patterns of furosemide tablets from nine commercially available products in Argentina were investigated in this study. All of the brands meet the USP dissolution test requirements. […]

Description of a Harmless Method for Determining Trenbolone Acetate Together with 17β-Trenbolone in Beef

The simultaneous detection of trenbolone acetate and 17-trenbolone in cattle muscle is described using a cost-effective, safe, and quick sample preparation method followed by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC). On a short C1 column with an isocratic mobile phase, HPLC analysis with a photo-diode array detector was performed. Analyses of spiked samples, resulting recoveries (87.9%; […]

Potentiality of Lipase in the Bioconversion Processes of Vegetable Oils from the Amazon

Amazonian vegetable oils can be used as raw materials for cosmetics, pharmaceuticals, and human and animal feeding. The region has long provided natural, unprocessed raw materials with no additional value. As a result, developing (bio) technical processing of these inputs and commercialising them with high added value is strategic. The industrial scale synthesis and manufacturing […]

An Efficient Electrochemical Approach for the Characterization of Interfacial Strength of Nano Titania-silica Composite Coating on Titanium Implants

The thermal breakdown methodology used in this study is a promising method for forming a nano (TiO2-SiO2) composite coating on a Titanium substrate. The electrochemical tests demonstrated that the produced coatings exhibited excellent degradation resistance and biomimetic growth features. Even when the coating was subjected to varying degrees of electrochemical polarisation and anodic current impression, […]

Biomedical Applications of Some Schiff Base Metal Complexes Containing Imidazole/Thiophene Derivatives

Schiff base was produced by condensing imidazole-2-carboxaldehyde with 2-amino-3-carboxyethyl-4,5-dimethyl thiophene in a 1:1 molar ratio. Schiff base complexes of CoII, NiII, CuII, and ZnII were produced and studied. Magnetic and electronic spectrum data were used to propose the complexes’ shape. The thermal stability of the compounds was determined using thermal analysis. The fluorescence spectral study […]

Determining the Removal, Recovery, and Recycles of Au(III) from Aqueous Au(III) Solution Using Immobilized Pseudomonas Cells by Biomineralization and Thiourea Oxidation

Some researchers have recently looked into gold recovery using microbial cells like bacteria, fungi, yeasts, and algae. However, nothing is known about which microbes have a high gold adsorption capacity. Various bacteria, actinomycetes, fungus, and yeast species and strains were tested for their capacity to adsorb gold from a solution containing hydrogen tetrachloroaurate (III). Medical […]

Chemoprotective Studies of Some Preservatives against Spoilage Microorganisms Associated with Stored Roselle Juice and Their Resultant Effects on the Juice’s pH and Ascorbic Acid

Four distinct roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa Linn.) calyx extracts were preserved for eight weeks with different chemical preservatives (sodium benzoate, sodium metabisulphite, boric acid, and citric acid). A non-preservative control sample was also kept for the same amount of time. They were monitored for changes in pH, ascorbic acid concentration, and microbial population on a weekly […]