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July-December 2017 | Vol 11 | Issue  22
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Review Article
Developing new antimicrobial therapies: Are synergistic combinations of plant extracts/compounds with conventional antibiotics the solution?
Matthew J Cheesman, Aishwarya Ilanko, Baxter Blonk, Ian E Cock
The discovery of penicillin nearly 90 years ago revolutionized the treatment of bacterial disease. Since that time, numerous other antibiotics have been discovered from bacteria and fungi, or develope...
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Review Article
A comprehensive review on Rasam: A South Indian traditional functional food
Agilandeswari Devarajan, MK Mohanmarugaraja
The view that food can have an expanded role that goes well beyond providing a source of nutrients truly applies to traditional functional foods. The systematic consumption of such traditional functio...
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Review Article
Herbal drugs from Sudan: Traditional uses and phytoconstituents
Mohamed Gamaleldin Elsadig Karar, Nikolai Kuhnert
Sudan folklore medicine is characterized by a unique combination of Islamic, Arabic, and African cultures. In poor communities, traditional medicine has remained as the most reasonable source of treat...
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