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Inventi Rapid - Pharm Biotech & Microbio

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    Quarterly published in print and online ‘Inventi Rapid/Impact: Pharm Biotech & Microbio’ publishes high quality unpublished as well as high impact pre-published research and reviews catering to the needs of researchers and professionals. This journal focuses on methods, applications and findings in pharmaceutical microbiology and biotechnology. Papers from all relevant areas such as antimicrobial studies, tissue culture technology, gene methods, enzyme technology, recombinant DNA technology, antibiotics screening and production are invited.

  • COMPARATIVE ANTIMICROBIAL POTENTIAL OF TINOSPORA CORDIFOLIA AND MERREMIA EMARGINATA AGAINST DIFFERENT MICROBIAL SPECIES
    S G Waghmare*, S B Kosalge, N A Sheikh, V R Mandade    Download Full Text

    The aim of present work was to study the comparative antimicrobial activity of extract of Tinospora cordifolia (T. cordifolia) Merremia emarginata (M. emarginata) against different microbial species. The physiochemical parameter extractive values of both the drugs are determined for the selection of solvent by using chloroform, ethyl acetate and ethanol by soxhlet extraction. Extract of both indiv...

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  • MICROBIOLOGICAL CODING: A BRANCH OF FUTURE MICROBIOLOGY PRACTICE AND ASSAYS
    Devansh Mehta*, Mohd Shuaib    Download Full Text

    Medical coding has been in practice since ages in the medical practice, especially focused in American, European and British regions. Medical coding and billing has been efficient and effective way of dealing with patients concerns and that of medical practitioners. Instead it gives a green signal towards following ethical way of conducting the respective jobs and duties within the arena of medica...

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  • INVESTIGATION OF ANTIBACTERIAL AND ANTIOXIDANT EFFICACY OF SARGASSUM WIGHTII
    J K Mini Alphonse*, K R T Asha, G Immanuel    Download Full Text

    The present study was aimed to investigate the antibacterial and antioxidant efficacy of chloroform, dichloromethane and methanol extracts of Sargassum wightii against the isolated human pathogens viz., Escherichia coli, Enterococcus faecalis, Klebsiella pneumonia, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Proteus mirabilis and Staphylococcus aureus. The antibacterial activity was performed by disc diffusion, minim...

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  • STUDIES ON ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF DIFFERENT SOAPS
    Jitendra K Sonawane, Sagar K Sonawane, Dilip A Patil*    Download Full Text

    A prospective bactericidal activity of various marketed soaps was performed against bacterial strains i.e. Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Bacillus subtilis to ascertain the efficacy of different soaps in daily use. Disc diffusion method was used to determine activity of individual sample and micro dilution technique was utilized to determine the potency. Among the four soaps used are ...

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  • TISSUE ENGINEERING: A BOON TO TISSUE REGENERATION
    Sowjanya Pulipati*, P Srinivasa Babu, U Srikanth, Sameera Krishna Sajja    Download Full Text

    The artificial generation of tissues, organs or even more complex living organisms was throughout the history of mankind a matter of myth and dream. During the last decades this vision became feasible and has been recently introduced in clinical medicine. Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine are terms in biomedical field that deal with the transformations. Tissue Engineering (TE) is a scie...

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  • A SUCCINCT EXPLORATION OF ISOLATED ANTIBIOTIC PRODUCER FROM TERRA FIRMA IN COIMBATORE REGION, TAMIL NADU
    Bharathi Periyasamy*, Samir Ramesh Timane, Saranya V A, Sarayu B    Download Full Text

    The use of antibiotics has rapidly increased after the discovery of penicillin made by Alexander Fleming. Since then, thousands of antibiotics from microbial origin have been discovered. The use of antibiotics in the past decades has led to a rapid evolution in microbes because of naturally occurring multi-drug resistant genes to antibiotics, so there is a need for novel antibiotics. Naturally soi...

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