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  1. Aloe vera leaf gel has proven efficacious roles in the amelioration of several human diseases and illness-conditions. Specific purified gel-derived bio-constituents as well as the naturally harvested unprocessed

    Authors: Subhashis Paul, Debabrata Modak, Sutanuka Chattaraj, Deblina Nandi, Aditi Sarkar, Joyjit Roy, Tapas Kumar Chaudhuri and Soumen Bhattacharjee
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:12
  2. The brain is the potential viral reservoir, and estimating the antiviral drug concentration in the brain is a hurdle to the researchers as very few animal models are available for this study. The objective of ...

    Authors: Smita Prakash Kakad and Sanjay Jayprakash Kshirsagar
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:11
  3. Tuberculosis is evidently a major health threat among human populations worldwide. The current study presents the synthesis of new 3-((7-chloroquinolin-4-yl)amino)thiazolidin-4-one analogs (4a–o) as potential Myc...

    Authors: Preeti S. Salve, Prajakta Parchure, Lisel Araujo, Rohini S. Kavalapure, Sunil S. Jalalpure, Dharmarajan Sriram, Vagolu Siva Krishna, Madhu Rekha Estharla and Shankar G. Alegaon
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:10
  4. A highly stereo-specific liquid chromatographic technique was built up and authenticated to quantify the (1S,2R-enantiomer) impurity in Bortezomib lyo injection formulation. The separation was achieved on Chir...

    Authors: Sanni Babu Najana and Hari Babu Bollikolla
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:8
  5. Cilnidipine (CLD) and valsartan (VAL) are antihypertensive agents used in the treatment of hypertension. So, pharmacokinetic study of CLD and VAL in rat plasma was carried out using chromatographic method. The...

    Authors: Ramanlal N. Kachave, Shanker S. Yelmame and Akshay G. Mundhe
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:7
  6. Treatment in neurological disorders like schizophrenia requires continuous presence of drug in the brain for a prolonged period of time to achieve an effective therapeutic response. Delivery of antipsychotic d...

    Authors: Brijesh Shah, Dignesh Khunt and Manju Misra
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:6
  7. Worldwide fungal infection cases are increasing by leaps and bounds. The patients who are immunocompromised, i.e., cancer and AIDS, are more susceptible to different types of fungal infections like cutaneous cand...

    Authors: Sankha Bhattacharya
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2021 7:3
  8. Traditional medicine being ethnic is preferred worldwide even in these modern days. Obesity is a lifestyle disorder. Many chemically synthesized medicines are available. Poly-herbal medicines can be one of the...

    Authors: Amruta Balekundri, Amit Shahapuri and Mrityunjaya Patil
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:125
  9. Saad Kufi (Cyperus scariosus R.Br) is a hardy grass-like perennial plant that belongs to the family Cyperaceae. Ibn Sina (Avicenna), the most significant thinkers and writers of the Islamic Golden Age first time ...

    Authors: Sana Nafees, Syed Ziaur Rahman and Kunwar Mohammad Yousuf Amin
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:124
  10. Paracetamol (PCM), being extensively adapted analgesic and anti-inflammatory drug all over the world, beyond therapeutic dosages, the oxidative stress-involved nephrotoxicity has been evidenced. However, herba...

    Authors: S. Neelima, P. Dwarakanadha Reddy and Chandra Sekhar Kothapalli Bannoth
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:131
  11. Acacia modesta Wall. (A. modesta), often recognized as Phulai, is belonging to family Fabaceae and sub-family Mimosaceae. A. modesta has many beneficial uses. Leaves, wood, flowers, and gum of A. modesta have bee...

    Authors: Eman Mohamed Salah, Reham R. Ibrahim, Mariam H. Gonaid and Hesham S. M. Soliman
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:122
  12. Scientists are constantly looking for the introduction of unique drug delivery systems for the existing drug molecule. Since the skin is one of the primary and essential organs of the human body, it needs succ...

    Authors: Sopan Nangare and Shailesh Dugam
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:123
  13. Various bioactive aromatic compounds containing the indole nucleus showed clinical and biological applications. Indole scaffold has been found in many of the important synthetic drug molecules which gave a val...

    Authors: Sunil Kumar and Ritika
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:121
  14. Khaya gum is a bark exudate from Khaya senegalensis (Maliaecae) that has drug carrier potential. This study aimed to formulate and comparatively evaluate metformin-loaded microspheres using blends of khaya gum an...

    Authors: Chukwuebuka H. Ozoude, Chukwuemeka P. Azubuike, Modupe O. Ologunagba, Sejoro S. Tonuewa and Cecilia I. Igwilo
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:120
  15. A novel rapid, accurate, and stability-indicating reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatographic (RP-HPLC) and first derivative spectrophotometric determination were explained for the assay of vortioxe...

    Authors: Gizem Tiris, Cansu Alver and Nevin Erk
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:118
  16. The current investigation is focused on the development and characterization of Eudragit S100 coated nitazoxanide-loaded microbeads as colon-targeted system utilizing central composite design (CCD) and desirab...

    Authors: Charu Bharti, Upendra Nagaich, Jaya Pandey, Suman Jain and Neha Jain
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:119
  17. The diabetes mellitus prevalence is still advancing and increasingly becoming one of the globally most severe and expensive chronic illnesses. The strong correlation between diabetes as well as the most promin...

    Authors: Aman Sharma, Shweta Mittal, Rohan Aggarwal and Meenakshi K. Chauhan
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:130
  18. From the last few years, the development and discovery of bioactive compounds and their potential properties from marine algae have been enhanced significantly. The coastal area is a huge storehouse for propit...

    Authors: Masuma M. Hakim and Illa C. Patel
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:129
  19. The o-phenylenediamine is a versatile starting material for several compounds. Synthesized o-phenylenediamine and amino acids (glycine, alanine, aspartic acid, and l-proline) undergo condensation via Phillips rea...

    Authors: Ramakrishna Chintakunta and Geethavani Meka
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:128
  20. The aim of the present work was to determine potential toxicity of degradation products of febantel generated under different stress conditions mentioned in guideline Q1A (R2) laid down by International Counci...

    Authors: Anand A. Mahajan, Amey M. Marathe, Suvarna S. Jarande, Raghuvir Pissurlenkar and Vandana T. Gawande
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:127
  21. Plants have been used in alternative and traditional medicines for the cure of different types of diseases since ancient time. Secondary metabolites from natural sources play a crucial role in the treatment of...

    Authors: Praveen Suresh Gupta and Shivani Patel
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:115
  22. The decoction of the roots of Cyperus compressus (Cyperaceae) is used to treat helminth infection by the Santhal tribe of Assam. The study evaluated the anthelmintic efficacy claims of the plant C. compressus thr...

    Authors: Amar Deep Soren and Arun Kumar Yadav
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:126
  23. The study aimed at the formulation of atorvastatin-loaded chitosan-hydroxyapatite composite bioscaffolds and determination of its wound-healing activity on animals. Hydroxyapatite was prepared from the biowast...

    Authors: T. Tejaswini, M. Keerthana, M. Vidyavathi and R. V. Suresh Kumar
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:111
  24. Ibuprofen is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) that has analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic properties. Caffeine is one of the most common adjuvant analgesic drugs which is combined with ...

    Authors: Celine Zambakjian and Amir Alhaj Sakur
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:110
  25. Crataeva nurvala Buch. Ham., an important medicinal plant of the Capparidaceae family, is widely distributed in India and tropical and subtropical parts of the world. It has been reported for its folkloric use in...

    Authors: Dinesh Kumar, Shivangi Sharma and Sunil Kumar
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:113
  26. Plant extracts are effectively acting as the natural medicinal cocktail, non-side effective, efficacious, and freely available. The present study aimed to unveil the pharmacological and medicinal effects of Termi...

    Authors: Deena Priscilla Henry, Jasmine Ranjan, Rajesh Kumar Murugan, Annapoorani Sivanantham and Manikandan Alagumuthu
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:108
  27. A simple and sensitive spectrophotometric method was developed for the quantitative measurement of dolutegravir in pure form and pharmaceutical formulation. The present method was based on redox reaction betwe...

    Authors: Swathi Naraparaju, Durai Ananda Kumar Thirumoorthy, Sunitha Gurrala, Asra Jabeen and Pani Kumar D. Anumolu
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:107
  28. Begonia barbata Wall is an important medicinal plant in Bangladesh used to treat several human diseases. The intention of the existing work was to determine in vitro and in vivo pharmacological properties of petr...

    Authors: Mohammad Rashedul Haque, Mirazul Islam and Md. Ruhul Kuddus
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:112
  29. Majorly, the reason for the permanent loss of vision is glaucoma. But the currently available common treatment methodologies such as eye drops have various disadvantages like patient incompliance due to repeat...

    Authors: Navneet Kumar, Rohan Aggarwal and Meenakshi K. Chauhan
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:109
  30. Cleome viscosa is considered as an important medicinal plant extensively used in India, China, Bangladesh, and a few countries in Africa. In the present study, in vitro anti-radical and antidiabetic potential of ...

    Authors: Yarrappagaari Suresh, Gutha Rajasekar, Thopireddy Lavanya, Benne Lakshminarsimhulu, Kesireddy Sathyavelu Reddy and Saddala Rajeswara Reddy
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:103
  31. Allium chinense G. Don is a medicinal and aromatic herb belonging to the family Amaryllidaceae, characterized by a high saponin content. The previous report has mostly been focused on the bulb, and there is very ...

    Authors: Thejanuo Rhetso, R. Shubharani, M. S. Roopa and V. Sivaram
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:102
  32. Fabrication of two membrane sensors using two acidic indicators among sulphonthalein dyes, namely bromophenol blue (BPB) and bromocresol green (BCG), and their use as indicative electrodes for the quantificati...

    Authors: Nagaraju Rajendraprasad and Kanakapura Basavaiah
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:101
  33. Hepatic first-pass metabolism and poor therapeutic efficiency at targeted region are the endemic problems of new drug molecules. Thus, comprehensive research has been carried out on the novel vesicular drug de...

    Authors: Durga Bhavani G and Veera Lakshmi P
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:100
  34. NOACs, commonly known as novel oral anticoagulants, are the non-vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants which are relatively newer in the market. It has displaced vitamin K antagonists, notably warfarin, for ...

    Authors: Chithra Paul, Mable Baby, Alfet Raju Anthraper and Krishnakumar K
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:95
  35. Chondroitin sulfate (CS) and glucosamine (GLcN) are recommended for the restoration of the articular cartilage surface in patients affected by osteoarthritis. They are commercialized as pharmaceutical-grade pr...

    Authors: Carlos Alberto-Silva, Fernanda Blini Marengo Malheiros and Samyr Machado Querobino
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:98
  36. The main aim of this work was to synthesise a novel N-(substituted phenyl)-2-(3-(hydroxyimino) methyl)-1H-indol-1-yl) acetamide derivatives and evaluate their antioxidant activity. These compounds were prepared b...

    Authors: Chandravadivelu Gopi and Magharla Dasaratha Dhanaraju
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:93
  37. Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder which is associated with debilitating complications including eye disease, kidney disorder, and diabetic foot disease. One of the mechanisms implicated in the pathogen...

    Authors: Mutiu Idowu Kazeem, Ayotomiwa Adeyinka Adeyemi, Abiola Fatimah Adenowo and Mushafau Adewale Akinsanya
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:96
  38. Diabetes mellitus is a major public health issue related to the irregular metabolism of carbohydrates, protein, and fat. It occurs due to insufficient insulin production and insulin action. Cucumis melo possesses...

    Authors: Arvind Kumar Srivastava, Alok Mukerjee and Abhishek Tripathi
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:92
  39. A new incidence of a substandard medicinal product is discovered weekly as stated by the World Health Organization (WHO) around the world. After discovering an incidence of a substandard medicinal product, a d...

    Authors: Bushra T. AlQuadeib, Iman M. Alfagih, Ameera H. Alnahdi, Shadia M. Alharbi and Rawan A. Al-ahmari
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:91
  40. Hyperlipidemia is a major cause for atherosclerosis which is a frontline cause for mortality in the world. Bisflavonoids are dimeric flavonoids abundant in few medicinal herbs with various pharmacological effe...

    Authors: Rahimullah Siddiqui, Haja Nazeer Ahamed and Ismail Yusuff
    Citation: Future Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 6:89

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