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Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine, 3 Volumes / Gupta, V.K. (Ed.)
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Gupta, V.K. (Ed.)
 
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  Book ID : 39221
 
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2012 - 2015
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  xi+516p., xiii+575p., xiv+578p., Col. Plts., Figs., Tables, Index, 25 cm. ISBN: 81-7035-779-9/8170357799, 978-81-7035-779-7/9788170357797 (Volume 1) ISBN: 81-7035-911-2/8170359112, 978-81-7035-911-1/9788170359111 (Volume 2) ISBN: 93-5124-674-4/9351246744, 978-93-5124-674-9/9789351246749 (Volume 3)
   
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CONTENTS:-

VOLUME 1:
1. Bioactive pregnanes and cardenolides from Nerium Oleander/Liming Bai, Ming Zhao, Yuhua Bai, Asami Toki, Ryo Hasegawa, Junichi Sakai, Toshiaki Hasegawa, Mariko Ando, Tomokazu Mitsui, Hirotsugu Ogura, Takao Kataoka, Katsutoshi Hirose and Masayoshi Ando.
2. Flavonoids and their anti diabetic potentials/A.O. Ayeleso, O.O. Oguntibeju and N. Brooks.
3. Limonene: a systematic overview for its chemistry and Bioactivity/P. Koul, G.D. Singh, R. Sharma, V.K. Gupta and S. Singh.
4. Phytochemicals against liver disease I: recent progress in the treatment of NAFLD and AFLD by natural drug products and their active chemical entities in China and other countries/Fang Peng, Shawn Spencer, Xiumei Wu, Yan Xu, Su Zeng, Guangming Liu, Chenggui Zhang, Pengferi Gao, Yu Zhao and Xiaojiang Hao.
5. Phytochemcial against liver disease II: Recent progress in the treatment of liver fibrosis by natural drug products and their active chemical entitles in China and other countries/Pengferi Gao, Lu Xu, Mengxi , Xiumei Wu, Hui Li, Yan Xu,. Guangming Liu, Guoping Yang, Xiaoman Lv, Ping Gan, Li Lu, Shawn Spencer, Yu Zhao and Xiajiang Hao.
6. Anti allergic leads from Indian Medicinal Plant/Pulok K. Mukherjee and P. Venkatesh.
7. Essential oils from Brazilian Amazonia/Valdir F. Veiga Junior, ana P.M. Rodrigues Bastos, Andre L. Rudiger, Iuri B. Barros, Joelma M. Alcantara, Klenicy K.L. Yamaguchi, Lidiam M. Leandro, Priscilla a. Oliveira and Roosevelt H. Leal.
8. Phytochemical and pharmacological profile of plants belonging to Strychnos genus: a review/P. Rajesh, V. Rajesh Kannan, S. Latha and P. Selvamani.
9. Phytochemicals as natural antimicrobials: prospects and challenges/Sujogya K. Panda and Chandi C. Rath.
10. Biomedical potentials of filamentous marine cyanobacterial natural products/Lik Tong Tan and Ashootosh Tripathi.
11. Natural bioactive compound from  marine plants with anticancer potential: a review/S. Arif Nisha, R. Sakthivel, S. Karutha Pandian and K. Pandima Devi.
12. The lauraceae alkaloids/Dayana L. Custodio, Diego C. Squinello and Valdir F. Veiga Junior.
13. Phytochemical and pharmacological profile of lepidium sativum/Alok Shukla, C.S. Singh and Papiya Bigoniya.
14. Chemistry and pharmacology of selected Asian and American medicinal species of justicia/Juan Carlos Gomez Verjan, Ricardo Reyes Chilpa and Maria Isabel Aguilar.
15. Biological activities of Anoectochilus formosanus Hayat and its active component/Xiao Ming  Du and Yukihiro Shoyama.

VOLUME 2:
1. Alkaloids and Flavonoids: Versatile and Novel Bioactive Natural Products, a New Avenue for the Development of New Generation Anti-Phlogistic and Antiarthritic Agents.
2. Tumor and its Environment: Effort by Neem Leaf Glycoprotein to keep it Green.
3. Betulinic Acid and its Derivatives: The Potential Anticancer Agents.
4. Biological Activities and Phytochemicals of the Fruits of Vitex Plants.
5. Bioactive Bibenzyls and Bis(bibenzyls)s from Bryophytes:Therapeutic Potentials.
6. Heterophragma quadriloculare and Heterophragma adenophyllum:The Hope for Potential Bioactive Phytoconstituents from Heterophragma Genus.
7. Modulatory Efficacy of Capsaicin on Polyamine Content, DNA, RNA Levels and DNA Damage During Experimental Lung Cancer.
8. An Insight in to Therapeutic Potentials of Imidazole Moiety with Special Reference to Alkaloids from Natural Sources.
9. Podophyllotoxin: A Second Generation Anticancer Drug.
10. Phytopharmacological Review on Calophyllum inophyllum Linn.
11. L-DOPA: An Anti Parkinsonian Agent from Mucuna pruriens.
12. Biological Effectiveness and Recent Advancing of Natural Products on the Discovery of Anticancer Agents.
13. The Current Status on Imperative Medicinal Plant: Catharanthus roseus (Linn.) G. Don.
14. Endophytic Fungi: Novel and Potential Source of Bioactive Natural Products.
15. Importance of Cichorium Species: Insight into the Wide Range of Biological Activities and Phytochemical Ingredients.
16. Phytochemical Characterization and Pharmacological Profiling of Picroliv: An Overview.
17. Pharmacognosy of Aspilia africana Plant: Phytochemistry and Activities.
18. Phytochemical Composition and In vitro Anti-oxidant Property of Elsholtzia communis.
19. Lignoids of Burseraceae.
20. Antioxidant Activity of Amazon Fruits.
21. Phytochemical Analysis of Bioactive Constituents in Coriander (Coriandrum sativum L.) Seeds.
22. Utilization of Cyclodextrin and its Derivatives in Novel Delivery of Herbal Constituents and Bioactives.
23. Bauhinia variegata (Caesalpiniaceae): A Review of its Traditional Uses, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Pharmacology and Analysis.
24. Embelin: A Lead Molecule for the Future.

VOLUME 3:
1. Lupeol as Anticancer Drug: A Review of its Anticancer Activities and Potential as an Anticancer Therapeutic.
2. Capparis Genus (Capers): A Critical Review on Bio-active Phytochemicals as Phytomedicine and its Pharmacology.
3. A Review on Pharmacology and Toxicology of Artesunate with its Antimalarial Profile.
4. Fractionation and Structural Characterization of Antimicrobials from Woodfordia fruticosa Kurz. (Lythraceae) Flowers.
5. Exocyclic-Nitrogen Alkaloids in Herbalism as Sources of New Drugs.
6. Naringin: A Citrus Flavonone Inhibits the Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP)- Induced Forestomach Carcinogenesis in Mice.
7. Capsaicin Prevents Oxidative Stress During D-galactosamine Induced Experimental Hepatitis.
8. A Review on Rhizophora Genus: Therapeutically Important Perspective Phytochemical Constituents.
9. Rotenoids as Anticancer Agents.
10. Plant Lignans: Potent Anticancer Agents.
11. Cancer Chemoprevention: Potentials of Dietary Polyphenols to Modulate Wnt/?-catenin Signaling Pathway.
12. Exploitation of Algae as Priceless Source of Potential Commercial High-Value Compounds.
13. Hypericum spp.: A Resource from Wild Mediterranean Flora for the Treatment of Mild Depression.
14. Herbs and Herbal Products against some Psychiatric Disorders: A Mini Review.
15. The Current Status of Bioactive Metabolites from the Genus Juniperus.
16. Bioactive Phytochemicals: An Overview.
17. New Phyto-Enzymes of Therapeutic and Industrial Values.
18. Efficiency of Garlic Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Metabolic Disorders: New Directions.
19. Potential of Pulse Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Physiological Disorders: A Critical Review.
20. Potential Bioactive Phytoconstituents and Synthesis of Modern Antimalarials: Historical Perspectives.
21. Ethnopharmacological Review of Traditional Medicinal Plants for Anticancer Activity.

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VOLUME 1

Plant kingdom represents a vast emporium of untapped medicinal potential and play a vital role for the development of new drugs. The medicinal value of drug plants is due to the presence of some chemical compounds in the plant tissue that produce a definite physiological action on human body. Early societies learned through trial and error that many plants contained substances with significant curative properties and over the years the natural products became used in more refined ways leading ultimately to the use of pure single component active ingredient as drugs. However the demands of modern medicine requires the evaluation of these plants bioactive using scientific methodologies and assays in order to gauge their potential in the management of the disease,. Therefore extracts and bimolecular with promising activity are unscrupulously screened for efficacy in order to determine if these products have potential for commercial development.

The present book Bioactive Photochemical: Perspectives for Modern Medicine Vol. 1,  presents the vast body of research on the subject and includes fifteen research and review communications written by eminent scientists and researchers from India, Brazil, China, Japan, Mexico, Singapore and South Africa and includes topics like bioactive pregnanes and cardenolides from Nerium olander Chemical characteristics and health promoting potentials of flavonoids in the management of diabetes, Limonene, a systematic overview for its chemistry and bioactivity photochemical against liver disease I: Recent Progress in the treatment of AFLD and NAFLD by natural drug products and their active chemical entities, in China and other countries : Phytochemical against liver disease II: Recent progress in  the treatment of liver fibrosis by natural drug products and their active chemical entities in China and other countries anti allergic from Indian medicinal plants essential oils from Brazilian Amazonia, phytochemical and pharmacological profile of plants belonging to strychnos genus phytochemical as natural antimicrobials biomedical potentials of filamentous marine cyanobacterial natural products natural bioactive compound from marine plants with anticancer potential the lauraceous alkaloids phytochemical and pharmacological profile of Lepidium sativum Linn. Chemistry and pharmacology of selected Asian and American medicinal species of justicia biological activities of Anoectochilus formosanus Hayat and its achieve component.


VOLUME 2

Nature is a unique source of structures of high phytochemical diversity, many of them possessing interesting biological activities and medicinal properties. In the context of the worldwide spread of different diseases such as AIDS, chronic diseases and a variety of cancers, an intensive search for new lead compounds for the development of novel pharmacological therapeutics is extremely important. Medicinal plants would be the best source to obtain a variety of drugs and, therefore, such plants should be investigated to understand better about their properties. Based on this rational, the present volume, “Bioactive Phytochemicals:

Perspectives for Modern Medicine, Vol. 2” presents edited information on 24 research and review communications received from eminent scientists from Brazil, India, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria and Turkey and includes topics like- Alkaloids and Flavonoids: Versatile and Novel Bioactive Natural Products; Tumor and its Environment: Efforts by Neem Leaf Glycoprotein to Keep it Green; Betulinic Acid and its Derivatives: The Potential Anticancer Agents; Biological Activities and Phytochemicals of the Fruits of Vitex Plants; Bioactive Bibenzyls and Bis(bibenzyls)s from Bryophytes; The Hope for Potential Bioactive Phytoconstituents from Heterophragma Genus; Modulatory Efficacy of Capsaicin on Polyamine Content, DNA, RNA Levels and DNA Damage During Experimental Lung Cancer; An Insight into Therapeutic Potentials of Imidazole Moiety with Special Reference to Alkaloids from Natural Sources; Podophyllotoxin-A Second Generation Anticancer Drug; Phytopharmacological Review on Calophyllum inophyllum; L-DOPA, an Anti Parkinsonian Agent from Mucuna pruriens; Biologic Effectiveness and Recent Advancing of Natural Products on the Discovery of Anticancer Agents; The Current Status on Imperative Medicinal Plant: Catharanthus roseus; Endophytic Fungi: Novel and Potential Source of Bioactive Natural Products; Importance of Cichorium Species: Insight into the Wide Range of Biological Activities and Phytochemical Ingredients; Phytochemical Characterization and Pharmacological Profiling of Picroliv-An Overview; Pharmacognosy of Aspilia africana Plant: Phytochemistry and Activities; Phytochemical Composition and In vitro Anti-oxidant Property of Various Extract of Elsholtzia communis; Lignoids of Burseraceae; Antioxidant Activity of Amazon Fruits; Phytochemical Analysis of Bioactive Constituents in Coriandrum sativum Seeds; Utilization of Cyclodextrin and its Derivatives in Novel Delivery of Herbal Constituents and Bioactives; Bauhinia variegata: A Review of its Traditional Uses, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Pharmacology and Analysis; Embelin- A Lead Molecule for the Future.

This volume, with its balanced approach will be a valuable and important research manual, that will stimulate interest and hoped this serial book will attract the attention of scientific community particularly of phytochemists, biochemists, pharmacologists, ethnopharmacologists, ethnobotanists, and others engaged in the natural products research.


VOLUME 3

The present volume of the series, "Bioactive Phytochemicals: Perspectives for Modern Medicine - Vol. 3" with 21 original research and review articles written by eminent scientists and researchers from within India and abroad has been compiled, and the notable amongst which include: Lupeol as Anticancer Drug; Bioactive Phytochemicals as Phytomedicine and its Pharmacology and Toxicology of Genus Capparis; Artesunate with its Antimalarial Profile; Fractionation and Structural Characterization of Antimicrobials from Woodfordia fruticosa Kurz.; Exocyclic-Nitrogen Alkaloids in Herbalism as a Source of New Drugs; Naringin, a Citrus Flavonone Inhibits the Benzo[a]pyrene (BaP)-Induced Forestomach Carcinogenesis in Mice; Capsaicin Prevents Oxidative Stress During D-galactosamine Induced Experimental Hepatitis; A Review on Rhizophora Genus: Therapeutically Important Perspective Phytochemical Constituents; Rotenoids as Anticancer Agents; Plant Lignans: Potent Anticancer Agents; Potentials of Dietary Polyphenols to Modulate Wnt/b-Catenin Signaling Pathway; Exploitation of Algae as Priceless Source of Potential Commercial High-Value Compounds; Hypericum spp.: A Resource from Wild Mediterranean Flora for the Treatment of Mild Depression; Herbs and Herbal Products against some Psychiatric Disorders; The Current Status of Bioactive Metabolites From the Genus Juniperus; Bioactive Phytochemicals – An Overview; New Phyto-Enzymes of Therapeutic and Industrial Values; Efficiency of Garlic Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Metabolic Disorders; Potential of Pulse Derived Phytochemicals against Advanced Physiological Threats; Potential Bioactive Phytoconstituents and Synthesis of Modern Antimalarials; and Traditional Medicinal Plants for Anticancer Activity. The book like previous volumes shall prove very valuable and an important research compendium that shall stimulate interest of scientific community particularly phytochemists, biochemists, pharmacologists, ethnopharmacologists, ethnobotanists and others engaged in the allied disciplines.

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