Issue 1 Volume 13 (2022)

A Review on Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in Microorganisms
A Review on Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates in Microorganisms
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Written by Aluru Ranganadhareddy   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Plastic waste is a concern that is growing due to its nondegradable nature. Many species of microorganisms naturally produce polyhydroxyalkanoates, macromolecule-polyesters that may be used to replace conventional plastics. A variety of microorganisms can completely biodegrade PHAs within a year, which is unlike petroleum-derived plastic that takes decades to degrade. Carbon dioxide and water are produced during this biodegradation, which is returned to the environment. Many methods of mass-prod
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Hematological Indicators of Students Who Started Races
Hematological Indicators of Students Who Started Races
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Written by Ekaterina Sergeevna Kachenkova   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
A prominent place among the hematological parameters is occupied by the parameters of erythrocytes. They affect the processes of microcirculation, gas exchange, and metabolism. In this regard, it is of great interest to study changes in erythrocyte parameters in students who previously had low physical activity and started regular sports walking. The study was conducted on 39 young university students who had not previously played sports and experienced low physical activity during their lives.
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Immobilization and Performance of Cellulase on Recyclable Magnetic Hydrotalcites
Immobilization and Performance of Cellulase on Recyclable Magnetic Hydrotalcites
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Written by Tran Boi An   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
mHT(Zn) and mHT(Mg) hydrotalcites were fabricated by co-precipitation of Zn2+/Al3+ and Mg2+/Al3+ salt mixtures in the presence of Fe3O4 and used as supports for immobilizing cellulase to form cell@mHT(Zn) and cell@mHT(Mg). The structure and properties of mHT(Zn), mHT(Mg), cell@mHT(Zn), and cell@mHT(Mg) were characterized by Fourier−transform infrared spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, filtering electron microscopy. The effect of pH, cellulase concentration, and the number of supports on the
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Influence of Regular Basketball Practice in Adolescence on the Functional Capacity of the Heart
Influence of Regular Basketball Practice in Adolescence on the Functional Capacity of the Heart
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Written by Svetlana Yuryevna Zavalishina   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
The work was carried out on 36 clinically healthy young basketball players aged 17-21 years old, training in the basketball section for at least 3 years. The created control group consisted of 26 clinically healthy young men aged 17 to 21, who had not previously been involved in any kind of sports. In the study, the examined were subjected to ultrasound examination using an SSD-80 "Aloka" device (Japan) with an assessment of the morphological and functional characteristics of the heart
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Prevalence of HDNF due to ABO, Rh (D) and Other Blood Groups among Newborns, Sudan
Prevalence of HDNF due to ABO, Rh (D) and Other Blood Groups among Newborns, Sudan
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Written by Abdel Rahim Mahmoud Muddathir   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
The determination of the frequency of HDFN found in jaundiced newborns in Sudan was the goal of the analysis. In Omdurman maternity inside a Sudanese hospital, 220 mothers and their babies who had jaundice altogether were received in hospital-Sudan and a prospective cross-sectional hospital-based analysis was carried out them. In addition to ABO and Rhesus blood group typing, indirect antiglobulin test (IAT) and direct coomb's test (DAT) was applied for mothers and their jaundiced newborns,
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Possibilities of Handball Practice in Strengthening Heart Function in University Students
Possibilities of Handball Practice in Strengthening Heart Function in University Students
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Written by Olga Nikolaevna Makurina   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Systematic handball training stimulates the entire body and especially the heart. To improve the methods of practicing handball, it is necessary to further study the aspects of adapting the heart of young handball players to regular training. The study aims to find out the dynamics of the functional capabilities of the heart in youth handball players. The observation was carried out on 25 completely healthy youth handball players with at least 2 years of sports training experience. The control g
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Nomophobia and Stress among Vietnamese High School Students in Covid-19 Pandemic: A Mediation Model of Loneliness
Nomophobia and Stress among Vietnamese High School Students in Covid-19 Pandemic: A Mediation Model of Loneliness
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Written by Be Thi Ngoc Nguyen   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Nomophobia is rising among high school students, especially in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, such as social distancing, long-term online learning, and lack of social support. Many studies have also shown that students with high levels of nomophobia have a higher risk of stress. However, very few researchers are interested in studying loneliness as a mediation factor for the relationship between nomophobia and stress . This study investigated whether the loneliness factor is a mediator in the r
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Use of the Bioprimum Sukhoy Feed Additive in Cow Feeding
Use of the Bioprimum Sukhoy Feed Additive in Cow Feeding
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Written by Vadim Alexandrovich Ruin   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Currently, the search for alternative ways to replace the use of antibiotics in animal husbandry is being intensively conducted all over the world, including in Russia. One of the possibilities for the replacement of antibiotics in feed mixtures is the development and testing of probiotics in production conditions. They are biomass of bacteria in vegetative or spore form with a clearly expressed antagonistic activity to the pathogenic and conditionally pathogenic microflora of the gastrointestin
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Temperature Factor in the Cultivation of Juvenile Anadromous Sturgeons in Warm-Water Farms
Temperature Factor in the Cultivation of Juvenile Anadromous Sturgeons in Warm-Water Farms
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Written by Eduard Vladimirovich Bubunets   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
In many fish farms using the warm waters of energy facilities, for long periods, the water temperature can significantly exceed the temperature range favorable for fish rearing. Effective cultivation of juvenile sturgeons in these conditions is a pressing production issue. The purpose of the study is to determine the optimal heat costs for the existing technological stages of growing juvenile sturgeons based on the assessment of the temperature conditions of warm-water farms and their comparison
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Simultaneous Detection of Toxic and Heavy Metals in the Scalp Hair Samples of Smokers
Simultaneous Detection of Toxic and Heavy Metals in the Scalp Hair Samples of Smokers
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Written by Eida Mohammed Alshammari   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Toxic and heavy metals are non-biodegradation pollutants in the environment that can affect human health. The levels of these metals can be analyzed with some biological materials, and they may be used to monitor changes in the human body. The levels of selected toxic and heavy metals (Hg, Pb, Ni, Se, Mn, As, Cr, Cd, and Zn) in the scalp hair of male smokers and non-smokers were determined to investigate dietary exposure to various chemical metals pollutants in Saudi Arabia Population. All inves
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Biological Monitoring Heavy Metals in Fingernails and Scalp Hair of Autoworkers in Saudi Arabia
Biological Monitoring Heavy Metals in Fingernails and Scalp Hair of Autoworkers in Saudi Arabia
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Written by Eida Mohammed Alshammari   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Biological materials have gained an irreplaceable position as a bio-indicator for environmental pollution with heavy metals. Human hair and nails have come to play an important role in this subject according to the recommendations by the World Health Organization (WHO). The levels of selected toxic and heavy metals (Pb, Zn, Cd, and Ni) in the fingernails and scalp hair of autoworkers in Saudi Arabia were estimated to study exposure to chemical pollutants metals. The samples were collected from d
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Functional Changes in the Body of Young Men Who Started Regular Physical Activity
Functional Changes in the Body of Young Men Who Started Regular Physical Activity
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Written by Alexander Viktorovich Dorontsev   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
Under observation were taken 39 young men studying at the university, throughout their lives, who had low muscle activity and started systematic volleyball training 3 times during the week. The control group included 35 young men studying at the university, who for at least the last 2 years systematically participated in volleyball training at least 3 times a week. During the study, traditional biochemical, thematic, and statistical methods for obtaining scientific information were used. After s
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Antioxidant and Antidiabetic Effect of Biosynthesis Zinc Nanoparticles by Using Polyherbal Aqueous Extract in Wistar Rats
Antioxidant and Antidiabetic Effect of Biosynthesis Zinc Nanoparticles by Using Polyherbal Aqueous Extract in Wistar Rats
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Written by Derouiche Samir   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
The goal of this study was to see how ZnNPs (a green synthesis formulation) affected the physiological, biochemical, and oxidative stress changes generated by experimental diabetes in rats. Twenty female albino Wistar rats were randomly separated into four groups (n=5): control, zinc nanoparticles, diabetic rats, and diabetic rats treated with zinc nanoparticles. Rats were given all types of treatments orally for 21 days. Alloxan (150mg/kg) was used to make rats diabetic. Various parameters were
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A Review of Antler Supplements: Benefits, Trends, and Potential
A Review of Antler Supplements: Benefits, Trends, and Potential
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Written by Galina Arkadevna Dorn   Published On Issue 1 Vol 13, 2022
To sustain health and development, researchers all around the world are looking for new products to improve contemporary diets.  People have been interested in using antler products to treat different health conditions for a great number of years. Many examples can be found in traditional Chinese medicine where antlers are used to increase stamina and vitality. Antler products are considered to be highly beneficial for health and are used to improve the body’s nonspecific resistance t
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JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
JOURNAL OF BIOCHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
Journal of Biochemical Technology is a double-blind peer reviewed International Journal published by the Deniz Publication on behalf of the Biochemical Technology Society, a Registered Charity Organization from India

AREA OF INTEREST
AREA OF INTEREST
new advances in enzymatic and protein mechanims; applied molecular genetics and biotechnology; genomics and proteomics; metabolic; medical, environmental, food and agro biotechnology.

FOCUS AND SCOPE
FOCUS AND SCOPE
Journal of Biochemical Technology provides a publication on all aspects of biochemistry, biotechnology & bioinformatics and applications in biology and medicine. Areas of high interest cover new advances in enzymatic and protein mechanisms; applied molecular genetics and biotechnology; computational biology, genomics and proteomics; metabolic & tissue engineering; medical, environmental, Pharmacy and pharmaceutical chemistry, food and agro-biotechnology.

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