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Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine Vol. 3 by V K Gupta
ISBN: 9789351307617
Binding: E-Book
Biblio: xiv+578 p., col.figs., tabls.,ind., 25 cm
Weight: 0 gms
Pages: 592
Imprint: Daya Publishing House
Year: 2016
Price : Rs 16575.00
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The present volume of the series, “Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine - Vol. 3” with 21 original research and review articles written by eminent scientists and researchers from within India and abroad has been compiled, and the notable amongst which include: Lupeol as Anticancer Drug; Bioactive Phytochemicals as Phytomedicine and its Pharmacology and Toxicology of Genus Capparis; Artesunate with its Antimalarial Profile; Fractionation and Structural Characterization of Antimicrobials from Woodfordia fruticosa Kurz.; Exocyclic-Nitrogen Alkaloids in Herbalism as a Source of New Drugs; Naringin, a Citrus Flavonone Inhibits the Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP)-Induced Forestomach Carcinogenesis in Mice; Capsaicin Prevents Oxidative Stress During D-galactosamine Induced Experimental Hepatitis; A Review on Rhizophora Genus: Therapeutically Important Perspective Phytochemical Constituents; Rotenoids as Anticancer Agents; Plant Lignans: Potent Anticancer Agents; Potentials of Dietary Polyphenols to Modulate Wnt/b-Catenin Signaling Pathway; Exploitation of Algae as Priceless Source of Potential Commercial High-Value Compounds; Hypericum spp.: A Resource from Wild Mediterranean Flora for the Treatment of Mild Depression; Herbs and Herbal Products against some Psychiatric Disorders; The Current Status of Bioactive Metabolites From the Genus Juniperus; Bioactive Phytochemicals – An Overview; New Phyto-Enzymes of Therapeutic and Industrial Values; Efficiency of Garlic Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Metabolic Disorders; Potential of Pulse Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Physiological Threats; Potential Bioactive Phytoconstituents and Synthesis of Modern Antimalarials; and Traditional Medicinal Plants for Anticancer Activity. The book like previous volumes shall prove very valuable and an important research compendium that shall stimulate interest of scientific community particularly phytochemists, biochemists, pharmacologists, ethnopharmacologists, ethnobotanists and others engaged in the allied disciplines.