Issue 3 Volume 13 (2022)

Polyhydroxyalkanoates, the Biopolymers of Microbial Origin- A Review
Polyhydroxyalkanoates, the Biopolymers of Microbial Origin- A Review
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Written by Aluru Ranganadhareddy   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Because petroleum-based plastics are not biodegradable, as well as the energy they require in their production, the rising plastic substantially contributes to the depletion of the environment. In contrast to synthetic plastics, polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) are sustainable and eco-friendly bioplastics. A variety of microorganisms, such as fungi, bacteria, and algae, can be used to entirely synthesize PHAs. Enhanced biodegradability, biocompatibility, as well as other mechano-chemical properties
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Effect of Lysine and Histidine Residues Modification on the Voltage Gating of the Mitochondrial Porin
Effect of Lysine and Histidine Residues Modification on the Voltage Gating of the Mitochondrial Porin
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Written by Jalal Aljamal   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Mitochondrial porin is a complex channel with many diverse functional properties. Therefore, along with measuring single-channel conductance and selectivity, monitoring VDAC's voltage gating has become the gold standard for assessing mitochondrial porin function. To understand the mechanisms of gating and ion selectivity, the detergent-solubilized porin was incubated with different concentrations of diethylpyrocarbonate (DEPC). The extent of the reaction of DEPC with histidine residues
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Appraisal of Biosafety Measures in Governmental Medical Laboratory Personnel: Knowledge, Attitude, Practice (KAP) Study
Appraisal of Biosafety Measures in Governmental Medical Laboratory Personnel: Knowledge, Attitude, Practice (KAP) Study
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Written by Hssabalrasol Khalid Ahmed   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Laboratory staff is always exposed to a variety of hazards according to their work nature and so, they must be conscious at all times. This study is aimed at the assessment of safety awareness to get knowledge attitude and practice among governmental medical laboratory staff in Khartoum state. A descriptive cross-sectional study performed on 210 Sudanese governmental medical laboratory staff working in 15 governmental hospitals lab. Data was collected by direct interviews using structured, prete
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Effect of Fasciola Hepatica Invasion on Cow Productivity
Effect of Fasciola Hepatica Invasion on Cow Productivity
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Written by Igor Gennadievich Glamazdin   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
In the study, the level of antibodies to fasciolas in the milk of cows in the Moscow region of Russia was assessed and the relationship between their number and the productive characteristics of these animals was traced. In October 2021, a milk sample was taken from a dairy farm in the Moscow region of Russia, and the number of antibodies to Fasciola hepatica (ODRf) and Ostertagia ostertagi (ODRo) was assessed. Their level was determined using multivariate linear regression models and their rela
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Using Neuro-Stimulating Physical Exercises to Restore Cognitive Functions in the Correction of the Post-COVID Syndrome
Using Neuro-Stimulating Physical Exercises to Restore Cognitive Functions in the Correction of the Post-COVID Syndrome
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Written by Olga Lvovna Postol   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Neuro-stimulating exercises used in non-standard combinations make it possible to mitigate the consequences of cognitive deviations in post-COVID syndrome. The combination of eastern health practices and situations of uncertainty created in team sports contribute to the restoration of the body in the shortest possible time, maintaining physical performance, improving concentration, reducing anxiety, and restoring psychological comfort for a long time. The purpose of the current study was to find
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A Systematic Review on Enzyme Extraction from Organic Wastes and its Application
A Systematic Review on Enzyme Extraction from Organic Wastes and its Application
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Written by Indrani Barman   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Eco-enzymes or Garbage enzymes have emerged as a solution to managing organic wastes. These organic wastes containing carbon compounds are discharged from houses that ultimately end up in landfills. Eco-enzymes or Garbage enzymes are mainly concerned with the enzymes produced from the anaerobic fermentation of fresh vegetables or fruit wastes. The longer the fermentation period, the better its efficiency. This review is carried out with the intention of bringing forth all the enzymes isolated so
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Effect of Biologically Active Substances in Cichorium on Biochemical Changes in Obese Rats
Effect of Biologically Active Substances in Cichorium on Biochemical Changes in Obese Rats
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Written by Lobna Saad Mohammed Abd Elmeged   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
The Cichorium plant is considered one of the medicinal plants that have been known since ancient times, as the ancient Egyptians used it 4000 years ago, as they believed in its important role in treating heart and liver diseases. The scientific name of the Cichorium is Chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) is a part of the Asteraceae family (the tribe of Lactuceae)., so the current study aims to know the effect of biologically active substances in Cichorium on biochemical changes in obese rats. The exp
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Preparing Snacks for Treating Acute Diarrhea and Malnutrition for Kindergarten and Experiments on Male Mice
Preparing Snacks for Treating Acute Diarrhea and Malnutrition for Kindergarten and Experiments on Male Mice
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Written by Amal Mohammed Al-lbban   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Different formulae snacks were extracted using corn grits, parboiled brown rice, defatted soybean, and carrot powder to give four formulae and compared with control snacks made from corn grits to treat diarrhea in mice. The results observed that the Extrusion processing causes an increase in all color values when increasing parboiled brown rice and carrot may be caused by elevated phenolic and flavonoids. In control, the water absorption index (WAI) and water-soluble index (WSI) improved their e
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The Preventive and Restorative Potentials of Shilajit Extract in Rats Treated with Mercury Chloride
The Preventive and Restorative Potentials of Shilajit Extract in Rats Treated with Mercury Chloride
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Written by Dalia Mostafa Mohammed Domiaty   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
There has been a growing interest in the use of Shilajit powder as an adjuvant for the treatment of various ailments. This study sought to evaluate the preventive and restorative potentials of Shilajit in a model of spleen toxicity induced by mercury chloride in rats and its effects on the MLH1 gene expression. Four groups of twenty male Wistar rats (n =5) were created at random. Group, I was the untreated control group. Group II was given an intraperitoneal (IP) dose of HgCl2 at 1mg/kg body wei
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Evaluation of Drug Prescribing Trends and Drug-Drug Interactions among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
Evaluation of Drug Prescribing Trends and Drug-Drug Interactions among Chronic Kidney Disease Patients
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Written by Bilal Mustafa Memon   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a challenging problem for medicine to overcome. The renal disorder is frequently misdiagnosed; nevertheless, attempts are being made to enhance the identification and treatment of patients with this comorbidity. The objective of the present study was to assess the prescribing patterns and drug/drug interactions among patients suffering from CKD and renal transplantation. About 300 patients were recruited after following the inclusion and exclusion criteria, and th
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The Impact of COVID-19 on Blood Coagulation Profile among Sudanese Hospitalized Adult Patients
The Impact of COVID-19 on Blood Coagulation Profile among Sudanese Hospitalized Adult Patients
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Written by Malaz Salah Taha   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
Covid-19 is a severe acute respiratory syndrome, the disease presents with a ranging from asymptomatic to severe symptomatic illness with multiple organ failure and death, and can cause a severe effect on the coagulation system. This study aimed to determine the effect of the covid 19 on the extrinsic and intrinsic pathway of coagulation [prothrombin time(PT), international normalized ratio (INR), and activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT)] and to determine the association of age and gende
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Evaluation of the Treatment of Pregnant Women with COVID-19 Using the Drug Baricitinib
Evaluation of the Treatment of Pregnant Women with COVID-19 Using the Drug Baricitinib
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Written by Natalia Georgievna Salbieva   Published On Issue 3 Vol 13, 2022
This article discusses the complexities and various aspects related to the treatment of pregnant women with COVID-19. The experience of Chinese doctors who were the first to face this problem is considered, and a new method of treating the disease using the drug Baricitinib is also considered. Baricitinib is an anti-inflammatory drug, a representative of the Janus kinase class, used in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis. It blocks intracellular signaling pathways, which leads to the regulatio
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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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