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Targeting the Pyk2/MCU Pathway, Ruthenium Red and Nimodipne Alone and in Combination Evoked Neuro-Protective Effect in Experimentally Induced Brain Stroke in Rat

Mitochondrial dysfunction caused by Ca2+ overload plays an essential role in ischemia associated with brain damage.

Published 09 Aug, 2019

Letter to the Editor

Intermittent Fasting and Adding More Days to Life

With over half of the grown-up populace in the UK as of now delegated overweight or corpulent, joined by an expanded danger of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular sickness, discovering increasingly compelling methodologies to deal with these conditions stays basic [1].

Published 09 Aug, 2019

Letter to the Editor

Risks and Reasons Associated with Medication Non-Adherence

Medication adherence is a well-recognized problem in the management of patients with chronic diseases needing a long-term pharmacotherapy [1].

Published 27 Jul, 2019

Letter to the Editor

Safety Issues of Biosimilar Products

Biologics are complex molecules that are manufactured using living cells and used in the treatment of several chronic inflammatory diseases and cancer [1].

Published 27 Jul, 2019

Letter to the Editor

Pharmacist-Led Antimicrobial Stewardship

The value of critical care pharmacists has been well documented.

Published 24 Jul, 2019

Review Article

Vasculogenic Mimicry and Its Role in Cancer

It has been found that, on inhibition of angiogenesis, many tumors develop alternative strategies for self-supply with nutrients.

Published 23 Jan, 2019


Comparative Pharmacokinetics for 4-Demethyl-4- Cholesteryloxypenclomedine [DM-CHOC-PEN] In Adolescent and Young Adults (AYA) vs. Adult Subjects with Advanced Malignancies Involving the CNS

Malignancies of the central nervous systems (brain and spinal cord) occur at every age level of human life; no age group is spared the possibility of developing a primary or secondary Central Nervous System (CNS) malignancy [1].

Published 11 Jan, 2019

Research Article

A Study based on Prescribing Pattern of Antibiotics in Hospital Acquired Infections of Tertiary Care Hospital

Introduction: According to World Health Organization (WHO), nosocomial infection, also called “hospital acquired infection” can be defined as: An infection acquired in hospital by a patient who was admitted for a reason other than that for the infection.

Published 10 Jan, 2019

Research Article

A Prospective Study on Prescription Pattern of Antihypertensive Drugs and Drug Interactions at a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital

A Prospective Study on Prescription Pattern of Antihypertensive Drugs and Drug Interactions at a Tertiary Care Teaching Hospital.

Published 31 Oct, 2018

Mini Review

Pharmacological Exploration of Hypericum Annulatum Morris Subsp. Annulatum as a Source of Novel Antineoplastic Compounds

This mini-review gives an outline of the oncopharmacological projects focused on the identification of potential anticancer agents or lead compounds from Hypericum annulatum Morris subsp.

Published 29 Oct, 2018

Research Article

Prescribing Practice of Antibiotics for Outpatients in Bangladesh: Rationality Analysis

Background: Antibiotic prescribing practice by physicians has abruptly increased globally due to increase in antibiotic usage and prevalence of drug resistances.

Published 10 Oct, 2018

Review Article

Sources of Mesenchymal Stromal Cells: An Overview

Cell based therapy has become the center of attention in developing novel treatment strategies to many disease conditions.

Published 24 Sep, 2018

Mini Review

Graphene and Composite based Biomaterials in Cartilage Tissue Engineering Application

Absence of vascularization and poor cellularity has leads to the limited healing capacity of cartilage.

Published 27 Aug, 2018

Case Report

Rifampicin Induced Erythroderma: A Case Report

Rifampicin is an antibiotic used to treat a several types of bacterial infections especially tuberculosis but rifampicin associated erythroderma is uncommon.

Published 20 Aug, 2018

Review Article

Hepatotoxicity: Its Mechanisms, Experimental Evaluation and Protective Strategies

The liver is a crucial organ for maintenance of gastrointestinal homeostasis and body function in general.

Published 20 Aug, 2018


Challenges of Modern Pharmacology

Pharmacology is a beautiful but very complex science.

Published 03 Aug, 2018

Mini Review

Enhancements in the Preclinical Investigation of Drug-Induced Liver Injury

Drug induced liver injury is a major problem for the pharmaceutical industry and health services.

Published 02 Jul, 2018

Review Article

The Protective Tributary Angiotensin Members of Renin-Angiotensin System Display Beneficial Effects in the Central Nervous System Disorders

The Renin-Angiotensin (Ang) System (RAS) is pleotropic machinery, contains members with different activities.

Published 27 Jun, 2018


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