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  1. Cancer is a significant global health issue, resulting from uncontrolled cell division leading to abnormal cell or tissue growth. Traditional chemotherapeutic techniques have investigated a wide variety of pha...

    Authors: Moulika Todaria, Dipak Maity and Rajendra Awasthi
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:25
  2. Different herbal phytochemicals have potential in cancer treatment, Euphorbia genus has valuable secondary metabolites and is used in traditional medicine to treat various ailments. However, the specific const...

    Authors: Ahmed A. Zaghlol, Zeinab A. Kandil, Miriam F. Yousif, Riham Salah EL-Dine and Wafaa M. Elkady
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:24
  3. Murraya koenigii (L.) Spreng. (Rutaceae) is an important medicinal plant in natural products research for its diverse pharmacological activities. Carbazole alkaloids were the major classes of phytoconstituents ob...

    Authors: Nabarun Mukhopadhyay, Rezwan Ahmed, Kajal Mishra, Rujuta Sandbhor, Ram Jee Sharma and Venkata Rao Kaki
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:23
  4. Pilocarpine HCl is a non-selective muscarinic receptor agonist that is prescribed for the treatment of glaucoma. The use of pilocarpine conventional eye drops is associated with several side effects, such as l...

    Authors: Tamara Ahmad Alotaibi, Affiong Iyire, Shereen Assaf and Eman Zmaily Dahmash
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:22
  5. The study has been scientifically exploring the powder sample and extracts of flowering buds of Mesua ferrea Linn (FBMF) based on pharmacognostic and phytochemical parameters. The medicinal plant Mesua ferrea Lin...

    Authors: Jugal Sutradhar and Bapi Ray Sarkar
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:21
  6. Existing antidepressants possess various adverse effects and so they are not considered as the first line of drug in mild depression. The lack of proper drugs to treat the mild depression on the other hand all...

    Authors: Manisha Sahariah, Rubina Chowdhury, Padmanath Pegu, Farak Ali, Rajat Subhra Dutta and Supriya Sahu
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:20
  7. Liposome-mediated drug delivery systems have emerged as a promising avenue for enhancing cancer treatment strategies. This study aims to develop and assess liposomal carriers loaded with Brilliant Blue G-250 (...

    Authors: Twinkle Gupta, Priyanshu Nema, Sakshi Soni, Vivek Yadav, Sanyog Jain, Vandana Soni and Sushil K. Kashaw
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:19
  8. The present study focused on developing a superior adsorbent carrier (microparticles) to solidify the self-emulsifying drug delivery system. The two approaches, solvent evaporation and spray drying, were explo...

    Authors: Mohit Kumar, Pooja A. Chawla, Abdul Faruk, Viney Chawla, Shubham Thakur and Subheet Kumar Jain
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:18
  9. People of Mediterranean descent are primarily affected by the autoinflammatory genetic condition known as familial Mediterranean fever (FMF). The disease is resistant to colchicine therapy in 10–20% of patient...

    Authors: Walla’a A. Osman, Heba Taher, Hanan Darweesh, Mai Abdel Samie, Olfat G. Shaker, Dina A. Labib and Hayam Ateyya
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:17
  10. Schiff bases are a diverse group of organic compounds with great pharmaceutical importance due to the presence of carbon–nitrogen double bonds (–C=N–). These compounds are synthesized by the condensation react...

    Authors: Irfan Mushtaq, Maqbool Ahmad, Muhammad Saleem and Adnan Ahmed
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:16
  11. Retinoblastoma (RB) is a rare type of pediatric ocular cancer with difficulty in treatment and detection owing to alterations in tumor suppressor genes and the lack of focused, efficient, and cost-effective tr...

    Authors: Shymaa Hatem, Donia Mohammed and Nermeen Ezzat
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:14
  12. Seaweeds are the marine macroalgae predominantly found in the coastal regions. These species have unique chemical profiles which makes them stand different from terrestrial plants. They are found to be rich in...

    Authors: J. S. Vidyashree, Priya P. Shetti and Shridhar C. Ghagane
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:12
  13. Babassu (Orbignya phalerata Mart.) is a palm tree well distributed in Latin America, whose fruit has a mesocarp and kernel used for human feeding, and empirically related to the treatment of gastritis, vaginitis,...

    Authors: Nicole Debia, Isione Oliveira Castro, Ana Beatriz Santana Sousa, Victor Alves de Oliveira, Helber Alves Negreiros, Paulo Michel Pinheiro Ferreira and João Marcelo de Castro e Sousa
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:11
  14. Lichens in symbiosis produce a wide range of primary and secondary fine compounds in extreme environmental conditions that have a broad range of biological properties as well as antioxidant potential and can b...

    Authors: Shubham Pradhan, Satyabrata Dash, Bijayananda Sahoo, Sabyasachy Parida and Biswajit Rath
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:10
  15. Pharmacists have an important role in preventing prescribing errors and providing appropriate information. They can detect potential drug–drug interactions (DDIs), which are associated with a more extended hos...

    Authors: Engy A. Wahsh, Ahmed E. Abou Warda, Mahmoud S. Abdallah, Aya Elsayed, Yasser Soliman Abdel Daiem and Eman Mohamed Sadek
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:9
  16. Carivalan® dosage form containing carvedilol and ivabradine is widely indicated for patients with stable angina. Three precise, eco-friendly and reproducible spectrophotometric techniques were created for reso...

    Authors: Haitham A. El Fiky, Maha F. Abd El Ghany, Amr M. Badawey, N. V. Fares and Dina A. Ahmed
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:8
  17. Diffuse astrocytoma (a type of glioma) and its prevalence are matters of concern worldwide. Patients with this type of tumour have a poor prognosis because after surgical treatment, radiotherapy and/or chemoth...

    Authors: Marvin Antonio Soriano-Ursúa, Angélica Vega-García, Vinnitsa Buzoianu-Anguiano, Ana Lilia Ocampo-Nestor, Joaquín Manjarrez-Marmolejo and Iris Angélica Feria-Romero
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:7
  18. The evaluation of the correlations between antioxidant and anti-acetylcholinesterase activities of methanol leaf extracts of three Nigerian endemic plants, Spondias mombin, Carica papaya and Kalanchoe crenata, wa...

    Authors: Aanuoluwapo Ruth Adetuyi, Michael E. Ayenero, Mary T. Olaleye, Afolabi A. Akindahunsi and Afolabi C. Akinmoladun
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:6
  19. Personalized or Precision medicine (PM) is a promising approach for the cancer treatment that tailors treatment to a patient's characteristics. Biomarkers are crucial for identifying the patients who are expec...

    Authors: Dipak D. Gadade, Hariom Jha, Chetan Kumar and Farzan Khan
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:5
  20. Medical fraternity are continuously pitching toward the development of novel mechanisms to combat the menace of cancer and to enhance the efficacy of prevailing molecules. During the drug development phase, ma...

    Authors: Ayush Patel, Krishi Patel, Viral Patel, Mithun Singh Rajput, Ravish Patel and Amarjitsing Rajput
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:4
  21. Over the past decade, various research studies have proved the interconnection between the inflammatory pathways and diabetes complication in clinical condition. The present study evaluated the anti-inflammato...

    Authors: Maheswari A. and Salamun DE
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:3
  22. Samidorphan is an opioid antagonist while Olanzapine is an effective medication for schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. A unique and accurate MS/HPLC approach due to simultaneous measurement of Olanzapine and ...

    Authors: Rambabu Kantipudi and Sugandha Kumar Pavuluri
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024 10:1
  23. Collagen proteins extracted from piscean sources are alternatives to bovine and porcine collagen because of their abundance, low price, and skin compatibility and are being explored as suitable wound dressing ...

    Authors: Chaitra Shree TJ, Sindhu Abraham, Sharon Furtado, Darshan Ramesh, Kesha Desai and Bharath Srinivasan
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:121
  24. Skin cancer is becoming a public health concern due to increased exposure to environmental pollutants and UV rays, among other factors. In India, skin neoplasms constitute 2–3% of all human cancer cases, where...

    Authors: Shital Tanaji Jadhav, Vijay Rajaram Salunkhe and Somnath Devidas Bhinge
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:120
  25. Naturally derived compounds play a tremendous role as a drug as well as lead structure for the development of APIs. Therefore, isolation and characterization of compounds from nature are needed to alleviate li...

    Authors: Hafsa I. Ansari, Ranjitsinh C. Dabhi, Pooja G. Trivedi, Milan S. Thakar, Jayesh J. Maru and Gaurang M. Sindhav
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:119
  26. Telmisartan (TLT) is a prototypic angiotensin receptor blocker largely used to treat hypertension worldwide. In addition to its cardioprotective effects, TLT presents pleiotropic activities and notably display...

    Authors: Gérard Vergoten and Christian Bailly
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:118
  27. The goal of current research work is to develop and optimize curcumin-encapsulated nanostructured lipid carriers and to enhance therapeutic effect of curcumin after oral administration.

    Authors: Sunidhi Lohan, Ravinder Verma, Deepak Kaushik and Meenakshi Bhatia
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:117
  28. Chlorogenic acid, a phenolic derivative, shows excellent pharmacological properties. However, poor lipidic solubility, permeability, and oral bioavailability restrict its clinical use. Therefore, two different...

    Authors: Hemangi R. Trivedi and Prashant K. Puranik
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:116
  29. Carcinoscorpius rotundicauda is a species of horseshoe crab that is rarely studied. This animal is often used as part of the blood as a medical sterilization material. This study aims to identify the content of b...

    Authors: Ahmad Misbakhus Sururi, Dwi Anggorowati Rahayu, Martina Kurnia Rohma, Maftukhatul Faizah, Elsa Aulia Vebianawati and Mia Savita
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:115
  30. Viburnum simonsii Hook. f. & Thoms is one of the 17 Viburnum species reported from India. Viburnum species such as Viburnum opulus and Viburnum grandiflorum have been used since time immemorial to treat various a...

    Authors: Samson Rosly Sangma, Mayur Mausoom Phukan, Vahshi Chongloi, Dakeshwar Kumar Verma, Plaban Bora, Sony Kumari and Pranay Punj Pankaj
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:114
  31. Nanoparticles have emerged as a viable biological candidate with the possibility to be employed as drug carriers. They acquire high surface-to-volume ratios and unique physicochemical features such as biochemi...

    Authors: Muthukrishnan Haripriyaa and Krishnamurthy Suthindhiran
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:113
  32. Despite the availability of conventional medication for fungal skin diseases, dermatophytic infections are now a major crisis in the whole world due to multidrug resistance. In an effort to search for compleme...

    Authors: R. Zhou, P. Dzomba and L. Gwatidzo
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:112
  33. Hops (Humulus lupulus Linn.) produce flowers that are used on an industrial scale to impart sensory properties to beer and have some pharmacologic properties already published in the literature. Gout, type 2 d...

    Authors: Francisco Mateus Gomes do Nascimento, Samuel Pedro Dantas Marques, Maria Teresa Salles Trevisan, Robert Wyn Owen, Lucas Ramos Pereira, Thales Caldas Lima, Anderson Freitas de Sousa and Carlos Eduardo Gonçalves Maia
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:111
  34. In cancer therapies, chemo-herbal combinations are receiving increased attention. A multiple tyrosine kinase inhibitor, lenvatinib (LTB) is beneficial in treating thyroid, lung, endometrial, and liver cancers....

    Authors: Ankaj Kumar, Sandeep Jat, Pramod Kumar and Arvind Gulbake
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:110
  35. Osteoporosis, among other bone diseases, has become a prevalent cause of decreased quality of life in older and postmenopausal women. Traditional anti-osteoporotic therapies, though widely prescribed, are limi...

    Authors: Suryaji Patil, Yong-Guang Gao and Airong Qian
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:109
  36. The key objective of the research study is to develop a new stability-indicating RP-UPLC approach to determine the presence of Samidorphan and Olanzapine simultaneously in bulk and their combination. A success...

    Authors: Krishnaphanisri Ponnekanti and Ramreddy Godela
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:108
  37. In the dapagliflozin (DPF) synthesis, 5-Bromo-2-chlorobenzoic acid (5-BC impurity) and 4-Bromo-1-chloro-2-(4-ethoxybenzyl) benzene (4-BC impurity) are used as starting and reagent sources, respectively. The pr...

    Authors: Bhawani Sunkara and Ganesh Kumar Tummalapalli Naga Venkata
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:107
  38. Since long, triamcinolone and fluocinolone, fluorinated derivatives, have been used for treating various types of dermatitis. Rosacea and perioral dermatitis are the most common side effects observed with prol...

    Authors: Harshwardhan G. Gunjal and Vivek V. Byahatti
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:106
  39. The current research aims to determine the pharmacokinetic parameters, mucoadhesive strength, and IVIVC correlation of the novel chronotherapeutic drug delivery system of montelukast sodium (MTS) loaded Partec...

    Authors: Saniya Jawed and C. S. Satish
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:105
  40. The existing HPLC methods for the assaying of multiple markers in standardized herbal extracts use a single wavelength for quantification, which usually leads to lower assay than actual claims. It was because ...

    Authors: Gnanabhaskar Danaboina, Rudramani Tiwari, Kurra Subrahmanyam, V. Shreekala and Ajay Kumar Meena
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:104
  41. Despite its popularity, acceptability, and convenience, the oral route is not the classical route for the administration of all critical bioactives including lipophilic drugs, proteins, and peptides. Recent ad...

    Authors: Chukwuebuka Emmanuel Umeyor, Varsha Shelke, Apurva Pol, Prafull Kolekar, Sarika Jadhav, Nikita Tiwari, Ankita Anure, Abhit Nayak, Ghanshamdas Bairagi, Aniket Agale, Vaishnavi Raut, Sumedh Bahadure, Aniruddha Chaudhari and Vandana B. Patravale
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:103
  42. Marine cyanobacteria have been known to contain several unique bioactive compounds which have different therapeutic potentials. The current research focuses to identify the efficacy of Nostoc calcicola to counter...

    Authors: Pragati Gupta, Syed Zameer Ahmed Khader, Sidhra Syed Zameer Ahmed, Abithaa Kaliyannan Rajavel, Sameer Sawant and Paulpandian Manickam
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:102
  43. The present study focused to develop a simple and sensitive HPLC method for resolution and estimation process-related impurities of zuclopenthixol and further assessment of forced degradation behavior of zuclo...

    Authors: Bondili Sesharamsingh, J. Suresh Kumar, I. V. Kasi Viswanath, Gattupalli Subhakara Rao and Venkateswara Rao Anna
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:101
  44. Process intensification is a major hurdle in pharmaceutical process scale-up. Solvent removal strategies have limited the effectiveness of the overall stability of pharmaceutical formulations. The main aim of ...

    Authors: Sagar R. Pardeshi, Nilesh S. Deshmukh, Darshan R. Telange, Sopan N. Nangare, Yogesh Y. Sonar, Sameer H. Lakade, Minal T. Harde, Chandrakantsing V. Pardeshi, Amol Gholap, Prashant K. Deshmukh and Mahesh P. More
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:99
  45. Pain is a frequent and critical problem in daily hemodialysis practice. The pain experienced during arteriovenous fistula cannulation varies from 12% to even 80% in hemodialysis patients depending on the pain ...

    Authors: Khaled Gouda, Tamer EL said and Sarah F. Fahmy
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:100
  46. Marine sponges and other marine invertebrates are considered hidden treasures for a variety of secondary metabolites with pharmacognostic and pharmacological activities which have the potential to create futur...

    Authors: Noha Fathallah, Ahmed Tamer, Reem Ibrahim, Mariam kamal and Mariam El Kes
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:98
  47. The DNA in each cell in our body is constantly in danger of becoming damaged. Most DNA damage gets repaired straight away via many different proteins encoded by DNA—repair genes. MSH3 and MSH6 are pivotal DNA ...

    Authors: Hanaa R. M. Attia, Dina F. Ayoub, Shereen H. Abd El-Aziz, Mai M. Abdel Wahed, Safa N. Abd El-Fattah, Mahmoud A. Abdel-Monem, Thanaa M. Rabah, Mahmoud M. Kamel, Amany Helal and Mona Hamed Ibrahim
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2023 9:97

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