Journal of Bio-Molecular Sciences (JBMS) publishes original research papers as well as review articles that deal to the developments in the area of bio-molecules. The novelty of research is the prime focus of publications in Journal of Bio-Molecular Sciences..
This journal is a multidisciplinary journal in bio-molecular sciences and covers the areas of bio-technology, molecular biology, bio-medical Sciences, bioinformatics, pharmacognosy, pharmacology, medicinal biology, microbiology, systems biology (genomics, proteomics, metabolomics), toxicology, molecular therapeutic and other related areas. In addition to chemistry, the journal is interested to publish research of bioactive components, their reactions, products, by-products, industrial applications, processing and processing waste and new protocol developments. Publications include original research papers, review articles and short communications. Whereas, Journal of Bio-Molecular Sciences will not consider papers of social sciences.
Journal of Bio-Molecular Sciences (JBMS) publishes original research papers as well as review articles that deal to the developments in the area of bio-molecules. The novelty of research is the prime focus of publications in Journal of Bio-Molecular Sciences....
Hypertension, an outstanding danger factor for different cardiovascular, fringe
vascular and renal occasions is a significant general wellbeing challenge. Reninangiotensin
framework being the most essential pathogenic system of hypertension is interceded by a key
segment, the angiotensin converting enzyme. The aim of current study was to know the relationship of hypertensive patients with angiotensin converting enzyme gene polymorphism.
Total 65 clinically analyzed hypertensive patients with no related sickness condition and five age and sex coordinated clearly sound controls were included in the current study. Polymerase chain reaction was used for the amplification of intron number 16 of Angiotensin converting enzy megene harboring the 287 bp Alu repeat sequence. Homozygous Deletion/Deletion, Insertion/Insertion and heterozygous Insertion/Deletion were the three possible genotypes which were analyzed. After the amplification of products, 2% agarose gel was used for the separation of products. Statistical Package for the Social Sciences 20 (SPSS 20) was used for the statistical analysis; the P value was found non-significant and to avoid any false positive or false negative significance we cannot conclude any result.
Insertion; deletion; renin angiotensin system; total peripheral resistance; blood pressure
Metabolomic Profiling and Biological Activity of Hyphaene thebaica and Medemia argun: A review
Ibrahim Bayoumi Abdel-Farid, Muhammad Jahangir
, Usama Ahmed Mahalel1, Mohamed G. Sheded
, Ghada A. Taha,
Hyphaene thebaica and Medemia argun are very important desert plants not only as
sources of nutrients for human and animal nutrition, but also as potential sources of antioxidant
and antimicrobial secondary metabolites agents such as polyphenolics including
protoanthocyanidins, flavonoids and phenolics in addition to other classes of secondary
metabolites such as alkaloids and saponins. The recently discovering biological activity of H. thebaica has increased its importance. Having very narrow ecological amplitude, M. argun has received very little attention from researchers. The description of M. argun as endangered species may also contributed to decreasing the number of studies on Medemia. The objective of this paper is to review the phytochemistry and biological activity of both H. thebaica and M. argun. The biological activity of both plants will be discussed and evaluated in terms of the content of secondary metabolites in their extracts. Till now M. argun has not been biologically
exploited yet although it has diverse arrays from active secondary metabolites in different parts
of the plant.