Issue 2 Volume 14 (2023)

The Reaction of Hematological Parameters of Calves to Transferred Dyspepsia
The Reaction of Hematological Parameters of Calves to Transferred Dyspepsia
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Written by Tatiana Valentinovna Novikova   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
The development of dairy farming requires not only the availability of modern methods of treating young animals but also tracking its long-term results. Until now, calves can often have dyspepsia, which can significantly weaken the animal, sometimes leading to its death. Applicable approaches for its treatment quite effectively eliminate the main symptoms of dyspepsia, however, the state of hematological and hemostasiological parameters that are very significant in terms of prognosis in recovere
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The Function of Systemic Inflammatory Response Indicators in the Development of Thrombotic Problems in Malignancy
The Function of Systemic Inflammatory Response Indicators in the Development of Thrombotic Problems in Malignancy
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Written by Petro Bodnar   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
The work aimed to analyze the intensity of H3-type citrus in the blood of women with genital and breast cancer. Group 1 included 90 women with cancerous tumors of the uterus (26), ovaries (30), malignant neoplasms of the cervix (10), and mammary glands (24). Group 2 included 66 women who had benign tumors in the same locations. Heston levels were determined by the immunoassay method. Group 1 showed an elevated concentration of histone (from 1.4 to 2.1 ng per 1 ml), and Group 2 was normal (0.3-0.
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A Review on Biotechnological Approaches for the Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates
A Review on Biotechnological Approaches for the Production of Polyhydroxyalkanoates
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Written by Aluru Ranganadhareddy   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Producers of Polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHA) are reported to stay at different ecological niches that are exposed naturally or accidentally to high organic matter or growth-limiting conditions like wastes from pulp and paper mills, wastes from dairy, wastes from agriculture, sites contaminated by hydrocarbons, treatment plants releasing activated sludges, rhizosphere, and effluents from industries. Extracellular secondary products such as rhamnolipids, polymeric substances as well as biohydrogen gas
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The Influence of Regular Physical Activity on the Functional Parameters of the Youthful Organism
The Influence of Regular Physical Activity on the Functional Parameters of the Youthful Organism
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Written by Vladimir Yurevich Karpov   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
T o find out the effect of systematic training in adaptive football on the motor abilities of students with congenital hearing loss . 24 nineteen-year-old male students with congenital hearing loss were observed. They were divided into a main group of 12 students who started training in adaptive football, and a control group of 12 young men who had physical activity only in the process of university physical education. Standard functional tests were used and traditional standards were recorded.
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The Study of Gender Characteristics of Arterial Hypertension in the First and Second Stages
The Study of Gender Characteristics of Arterial Hypertension in the First and Second Stages
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Written by Daria Aleksandrovna Sapunova   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
To clarify gender differences in the status of patients suffering from stage 1 and 2 arterial hypertension, 80 patients of the second mature age suffering from arterial hypertension were examined. They were divided into 2 groups. The first included 44 patients with stage 1 arterial hypertension, and the second group included 36 patients with stage 2 of the disease. In both sexes, in the case of stage 1 arterial hypertension, the level of arterial pressure corresponds to stage 1. At stage 2, bloo
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Immunology and Microbiology to the Article “SARS-CoV-2 Infection”
Immunology and Microbiology to the Article “SARS-CoV-2 Infection”
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Written by Hanna Budko   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
This study aims to identify the features of clinical and immunological signs accompanying pathological changes caused by COVID-19 in moderate and severe diseases. To identify complications of acute respiratory disease caused by SARS-CoV-2, detected at autopsy. Retrospective analysis of the results of immunological and microbiological studies of 20 patients with confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection who were treated in clinics of the city of Sumy in 2020-2021: Group 1: 25.0% with severe disease (mean ag
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Functional Features of Adolescent Students Who Underwent COVID-19
Functional Features of Adolescent Students Who Underwent COVID-19
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Written by Alexander Eduardovich Stradze   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
The study was conducted based on the Moscow State Pedagogical University with the involvement of 126 students aged 17 to 21 years. Of these, 101 students suffered a coronavirus infection (experimental group). The control group consisted of 25 people who did not have COVID-19. The study included a questionnaire on the scale of asthenic condition, measurement of lung capacity, calculation of the Skibinsky index, determination of breath holding time, assessment of exercise tolerance, and cardiac rh
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The Effect of Regular Physical Activity on Platelet Activity in Men of Mature Age
The Effect of Regular Physical Activity on Platelet Activity in Men of Mature Age
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Written by Ilya Nikolaevich Medvedev   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
At present, much attention is paid to various aspects concerning the impact of systematic muscular load on platelet parameters. In our study, we examined 107 healthy mature males. They were divided into 4 groups. In this study, we determined the mean platelet volume, their aggregation activity when introduced into plasma with 2.5, 5, and 10 μM ADP, and the amount of GP IIb-IIIa and GP Ib on the platelet surfaces. With an increase in daily muscle activity, the examined patients showed a weaken
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Evaluation of the Strength of a Novel Bioactive Hybrid Glass Restorative Material
Evaluation of the Strength of a Novel Bioactive Hybrid Glass Restorative Material
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Written by Hanin Essam Yeslam   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Glass ionomers are routinely placed as caries control restorations due to their bioactive properties, including fluoride release and chemical adhesion to the tooth structure. However, their poor physical properties limit their use to minimum stress-bearing cases and caries-control temporization. A novel bioactive hybrid glass restorative material with improved properties with a resin coating (RCHG) has been developed for a definitive restoration comparable to composite resin. This in-vitro study
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Recent Advances in the Development of novel inhibitors targeting RNA Helicase Enzyme of SARS-CoV-2
Recent Advances in the Development of novel inhibitors targeting RNA Helicase Enzyme of SARS-CoV-2
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Written by Raghunath Satpathy   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
The rapid spread and infection rate of novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) has created a worldwide pandemic since its origin in 2019. Another concern for improvement in controlling the infection is the non-availability of effective medications against the virus. So, these challenges generate the general scientific interest to focus on the development of novel drug molecules that can prevent viral propagation. The virus contains an RNA helicase enzyme known as nonstru
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Effectiveness of the Use of Citrulline Malate to Increase the Powerlifters Adaptive Potential and Physical Performance
Effectiveness of the Use of Citrulline Malate to Increase the Powerlifters Adaptive Potential and Physical Performance
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Written by Anastasia Aleksandrovna Tishchenko   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Due to constant heavy loads and the need to provide a large volume of muscles with microelements, the athlete's body needs a special approach to nutrition. You can fill the deficiency of vitamins, minerals, and amino acids with the help of nutraceutical preparations. Citrulline malate is an interchangeable amino acid L-citrulline linked to an organic salt molecule (malate). The supplement is used in sports nutrition for powerlifters and bodybuilders to accelerate the growth of muscle mass an
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Study of Blood-Ocular Barrier Permeability by Levomecitin Group Drugs in Normal and Pathological Conditions
Study of Blood-Ocular Barrier Permeability by Levomecitin Group Drugs in Normal and Pathological Conditions
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Written by Daria Andreevna Gorokhova   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
An eye defense mechanism called the blood-ocular barrier stops hazardous compounds from the circulatory system from entering the eye's structural components. In order to preserve human health and quality of life, the blood-ocular barrier must operate at its peak. There are several eye illnesses that might be linked to a breach in the blood-ocular barrier's functionality. The blood-ocular barrier's permeability to medications in the levomecitin group was examined in this paper under b
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Biopolymer from Marine Waste Biomass and Its Applications- A Review
Biopolymer from Marine Waste Biomass and Its Applications- A Review
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Written by Aluru Ranganadhareddy   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Plastics are a necessity that are usually made from non-renewable resources. Because synthetic plastics cannot biodegrade, their widespread manufacture and indiscriminate usage represent a severe danger to the environment and cause issues. Daily use of various plastics should be reduced, and their place should be taken by biodegradable alternatives. Biodegradable and environmentally friendly polymers are essential for addressing sustainability concerns or environmental problems brought on by the
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Fundamentals of Dentine Demineralization and Remineralization with the Role of Bioactive Materials in Dentine Regeneration
Fundamentals of Dentine Demineralization and Remineralization with the Role of Bioactive Materials in Dentine Regeneration
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Written by Shara Sajini   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Considering minimally invasive dentistry, recent restorative materials are expected to provide a therapeutic effect on the remaining tooth structure. Using inert restorations which lack interaction between restorative materials and tooth structure is not satisfactory nowadays. This has shifted the focus in biomaterial sciences towards innovative bioactive restorative materials that can remineralize remaining tooth structures and provide healing and protective properties. Understanding the remine
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Organic Compounds Containing Aromatic Structure Used in Pharmaceutical Production
Organic Compounds Containing Aromatic Structure Used in Pharmaceutical Production
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Written by Mevlüt Seyfullah Doğan   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Aromatic compounds are a large group of organic compounds that differ from aliphatic compounds with their cyclic molecular structure and different properties. Many ingredients in this group are called "aromatic" because they have a pleasant smell. Aromatic compounds and their derivatives are used in many areas of industry, especially in the pharmaceutical industry. Aromatic substances have a very important place not only in pharmaceutical product but also in many industrial areas such
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The Role of Food Biochemistry in the Control and Prevention of Nervous System Diseases
The Role of Food Biochemistry in the Control and Prevention of Nervous System Diseases
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Written by Florica Voiţă-Mekereş   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Neurological diseases are one of the most common types of diseases in the world and they follow an increasing trend. The role of nutrition in the occurrence and aggravation of these diseases is an important issue that should be paid more attention to. In this research, the relationship between nutrition and some disorders and diseases of the nervous system was investigated. The obtained results showed that nutritional factors play an important role in depression. On the other hand, those with de
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Antimicrobial Potential of Azadirachta indica (Neem) Leaves Extracts Against Various Pathogenic Bacteria
Antimicrobial Potential of Azadirachta indica (Neem) Leaves Extracts Against Various Pathogenic Bacteria
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Written by Asmaa Wasl Almaghamsi   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
Antimicrobial resistance has become a serious threat to human health nowadays. This research aimed to explore the potential of plants to be used as antimicrobial agents against pathogenic bacteria. Three different extracts of Azadirachta indica (Neem) leaves (methanolic, ethanolic, and aqueous) were tested against 5 Gram-positive and 4 Gram-negative bacteria. For Gram-positive bacteria, ethanolic extract showed the best antimicrobial potential. Bacillus cereus was found more sensitive to ethanol
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Optimizing Cellulases Production by  Trichoderma atroviride  AD-130 under Submerged Fermentation using Low-Cost Substrates
Optimizing Cellulases Production by Trichoderma atroviride AD-130 under Submerged Fermentation using Low-Cost Substrates
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Written by Anil Kumar   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
A newly isolated strain of Trichoderma atroviride AD-130 was used to produce cellulases under submerged fermentation (SmF) using low-cost lignocellulosic substrates, water hyacinth, and municipal solid wastes. Although, the synthesis of β-glucosidase enzyme remains deficient in most of the Trichoderma spp. but the same was found considerably higher in the newly isolated fungus. Untreated and dried lignocellulosic biomasses of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) and municipal solid wastes
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Biophysical Effects of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles in Alleviate Lipid and Serum Glucose
Biophysical Effects of Zinc Oxide Nanoparticles in Alleviate Lipid and Serum Glucose
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Written by Lila Abdulaziz Alkattaby   Published On Issue 2 Vol 14, 2023
A crucial cell signaling molecule, zinc is a metal ion. Zinc is an insulin mimic, highlighting this by stimulating cellular pathways that control cellular homeostasis and physiological reactions. Numerous disease states, including cancer, obesity, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes. This study examined the effects of oral administration of ZnO NPs at various concentrations of 20, 40, 60, and 80 mg/kg/rat/day on groups of obese rats fed a high-fat diet. Rat groups that were obese had their lipi
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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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