Volume 6 Issue 1

Short Commentary

Phloroglucinol, a drug from marine algae could stimulate apoptosis through fas in oral squamous cell carcinoma

Jhansi Nathan1 *; Rabiathul Shameera1 ; Elumalai Perumal2

Oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) is aggressive cancer resulting in significant morbidity and mortality. According to the Global cancer statistics records of 2018, approximately 18.1 million new cases and 9.6 million deaths occurred due to cancer, among which OSCC accounts for 354,864 cases PDF

Review Article

Centella asiatica: Medicinal importance with special emphasis on its role in cancer and neuroprotection

Irfan Bashir Ganie1 ; Anwar Shahzad1 *; Zishan Ahmad2,3

Centella asiatica is an important medicinal herb and being utilized traditionally for wound healing, asthma, cough etc. Several studies have emphasized the phytocompounds obtained such as Asiatic acid, and madecosside have potential PDF

Short Commentary

On the applications of machine learning algorithms to predict the in-hospital mortality rate among heart failure patients

Muhammad Adib Uz Zaman

With the enhancement of computational power and modern hardware, machine learning(ML) algorithms have been widely used in almost every sector these days. In modern healthcare systems, tons of data are generated PDF

Research Article

Cadmium-induced alterations in sulphur containing defense compounds (SODC), protease activity, and ultra-structure of mitochondrion and chloroplast in Brassica juncea L. genotypes differing in Cd-sensitivity

Shaista Qadir1 ; Malik Zai-nul Abidin2 ; Saleem Javed3

Cadmium contamination in agricultural soils is an ongoing process and its impact on quality and quantity of cash crops is irreparable. It interferes with the metabolism of most versatile element of organisms (sulphur) after being incorporation PDF

Research Article

Durum wheat breeding before and after 1970 in Tunisia: Changes in yield components and quality attributes

Ines Yacoubi1 *; Najla Kharrat2 ; Fatma Boukid1 ; Emna Khanfir1 ; Karama Hamdi1 ; Rhouma Sayar3 ; Yong Weon Seod4

This study highlights the changes in yield components and major quality traits of eighteen rain-fed Tunisian durum wheat genotypes, cultivated during the 20 century. The germplasm, which is of fundamental importance for the improvement of any species, was divided PDF