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January-March 2018| Vol 2| Issue 1

Review Article

Probiotics: The marvelous factor and health benefits

The aim of this study is well stated to address in recent advances on probiotics in the past 50 years. Probiotics are the living cell organisms. It is a presence in human and animal gut. The probiot...


Review Article

Exploring potential of phage therapy for tuberculosis using model organism

Antibiotics, one of the miracle discoveries of the 20th century after world war revolutionized the treatment and prophylaxis of infectious diseases. Antibiotics led to an increase in the ...


Review Article

Anti-tuberculosis therapy: Urgency for new drugs and integrative approach

Tuberculosis (TB) remains the major health problem causing morbidity and mortality throughout the world. Increase in multidrug resistant, extensively drug-resistant, and totally drug-resistant cases...


Review Article

Advances in protein tertiary structure prediction

Proteins are composed of linear chains of amino acids that form a unique three-dimensional structure in their native environment. Such native structure favors the proteins to perform their biochemic...


Original Article

Construction and genetic improvement of copper bioreporter Escherichia Coli

Background: Copper is a pollutant compound which can cause earnest toxicity in human and some organisms. Bioreporters are frugal and non-toxic detectors for pollution compounds. Precedent des...


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