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Author: Divya Narayan

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City: Navi Mumbai | State: India

About Me: Master of Science (Biochemistry)

Articles by Divya Narayan:
  • Microbial Lipids - Production of Lipids from Microbial Sources ( 1394 reads)   

    Lipid-producing microorganisms are known as oleaginous microorganisms. The property of oleaginicity is dependent upon the presence of the enzyme ATP:citrate lyase - Category: Biotech Research
  • Fundamentals and Applications of Freeze-Drying ( 1966 reads)   

    Freeze-Drying or Lyophilization is an effective method of preservation of perishable products. This process finds effective application in a wide range of diverse fields. - Category: Applications
  • Human Microbial Mutualism ( 1041 reads)   

    Mutualism is the mutually-beneficial association between two organisms. In the human body, mutualism is seen as a result of resident microbiota performing various functions in specific parts of the body where they are localized and undergo colonization. - Category: Biology
  • Significance of Synthetic Biomolecules ( 1213 reads)   

    Synthetic biomolecules are those moieties which are synthetically produced and mimic the properties and action of naturally-occurring biomolecules. They possess great significance in fields such as vaccines, drug delivery, etc. - Category: Applications
  • Synthesis and Significance of Non-Protein Amino Acids ( 3499 reads)   

    Non-Protein Amino (NPAAs) are those amino acids which are not coded for by DNA (not present in genetic code). These amino acids possess great significance in health, nutrition, and overall metabolism - Category: Others
  • Different Types Of Optic Neuropathy [PDF] ( 829 reads)   

    Any damage to the optic nerve is termed as optic neuropathy. Depending upon the causative agents involved, and the effects produced, different types of optic neuropathies are observed. - Category: Healthcare
  • Biochromography - Ink Synthesized from Natural Sources ( 1328 reads)   

    Synthetic ink contains chemicals which can result in health and environmental hazards. Biochromography takes into account naturally sourced ink, resulting in minimal damage to health as well as being eco-friendly. - Category: Others
  • Phytoantibiotics - Antibiotics Sourced from Plants [PDF] ( 844 reads)   

    Conventional antibiotics have resulted in drug resistance due to rampant consumption as well as giving rise to side-effects. Phytoantibiotics or plant antibiotics can be regarded as a suitable alternative for therapeutic purposes. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and its Management ( 1201 reads)   

    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is an extremely debilitating condition which prevents normal quality of life. However, varied therapies are now available to help control the intensity of the symptoms manifesting as gastrointestinal disorders. - Category: Healthcare
  • Bioluminescence and Biolighting ( 1587 reads)   

    Bioluminescence is one of the most interesting and visually appealing natural phenomena serving purposes such as communication, camouflage, etc. Biolighting can be regarded as alternate, non-polluting, environmentally-friendly energy - Category: Environmental Biotechnology
  • Alternative Biochemistry - Nucleic Acids and Blood Pigments ( 3370 reads)   

    There are various aspects of biochemistry which are speculated to be scientifically valid. However, these aspects do not have credible scientific evidence backing them, and are, therefore, known as 'hypothetical' types of biochemistry. Alternative Biochemistry includes the study of the alternative building blocks of life, such as non-carbon life, non-water solvents, oxygen alternatives, etc. - Category: Others
  • Ginseng - An Overview of its Health Profile ( 3880 reads)   

    Ginseng is one of the 11 species of plants belonging to the Panax genus. Ginseng is a slow-growing perennial plant having fleshy roots. - Category: Others
  • Cellphone Radiation - Health Effects and Means of Protection ( 3379 reads)   

    According to the WHO, mobile phone radiation is classified as Possibly Carcinogenic. It is placed in Group 2B on the International Agency for Research on Cancer scale. In other words, mobile phone radiation could be a risk factor for carcinogenicity. However, the long-term health effects of mobile phone usage need to be studied in greater detail. - Category: Healthcare
  • Glycomics - An Overview of the Carbohydrate Study ( 2341 reads)   

    Glycomics not only involves the study of carbohydrates alone, but also deals with the study of carbohydrates combining or being associated with other macromolecules - lectins, glycoproteins, glycolipids, enzymes specific for carbohydrates, cell receptors specific for carbohydrates, sugar molecules present in nucleic acids, etc. - Category: Biotech Research
  • Therapeutic Benefits of Chocolate ( 3088 reads)   

    Commercially produced milk chocolate contains a combination of both white chocolate and dark chocolate. Nutritionists have labeled dark chocolate as the next Superfood as it is extremely rich in antioxidants, flavonoids, and polyphenols, which help in neutralizing the effects of free radicals produced in the body - Category: Healthcare
  • Synesthesia - The Union of Sensations ( 3073 reads)   

    Synesthesia is not a disease or an illness. It cannot be acquired or learned from any sources. It is a naturally occurring unique neurological condition or a phenomenon or an anomaly in which the experience of one sensation has an involuntary and cognitive effect on the experience of another sensation through a specific sensory pathway. - Category: Others
  • Electronic Health (eHealth)- Characteristics, Tools & Programmes ( 2119 reads)   

    Electronic Health or eHealth is the term used to refer to the usage of information and communication technology (ICT) in the field of healthcare. The first use of eHealth dates back to at least 1999. - Category: Healthcare
  • Melamine - An Overview of its Toxicity ( 4191 reads)   

    Melamine cyanurate is the main cause for the toxicity of melamine. When melamine cyanurate is ingested through food or through contaminated plastic utensils, it is circulated throughout the body. Melamine cyanurate cannot be broken down by any cellular enzymes. Therefore, it remains static and unmetabolized inside the body. - Category: Toxicology
  • Types of Zoonotic Diseases and their Therapies ( 7115 reads)   

    Zoonosis can also be referred to the spread of a disease from an animal to a human. Some of the most commonly occurring zoonotic agents include bacteria, fungi, viruses, or any other communicable agent. - Category: Healthcare
  • Brain Fitness and its Impact on Neuropsychiatric Health ( 2014 reads)   

    Brain fitness provides numerous protective effects to the brain and the nervous system against free radical damage, inflammatory effects, and oxidative damage. Cognitive functioning of the brain can be maintained at a constant level or even increased with age, primarily due to a healthy lifestyle and high levels of brain stimulatory exercises. - Category: Healthcare
  • Vermiculture - Types of Earthworms and Applications ( 8957 reads)   

    A study about applications of vermiculture and classification of earthworms. Vermiculture is the cultivation of worms for agricultural purposes. - Category: Agriculture
  • Development and Applications of Nanobubbles ( 5528 reads)   

    Nanobubbles are produced under tremendous amounts of pressure, since greater pressure increases surface tension. In order to counter the increasing surface tension, the surface area and volume of these bubbles become extremely low. - Category: Nanotechnology
  • Issues related to Usage of Artificial Food Colours ( 2990 reads)   

    Artificial food colours are also known as synthetic food colours as they are synthesized in a completely artificial environment. These colours are mainly derived from coal tar and petroleum. The consumption of these artificial food colours can have a negative impact on the health of an individual - Category: Issues
  • Therapeutic Applications of Animal Venom ( 4231 reads)   

    Animal venom is the source for a large variety of therapeutic drugs despite its potent lethality. Animal venoms are a hugely untapped source of potential therapies against a wide variety of pathological conditions such as cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disorders, etc - Category: Toxicology
  • Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) and its Therapies ( 2139 reads)   

    Formation of a thrombus (clot) in a vein that is embedded deep inside the flesh (deep vein) is termed as Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT). This clot predominantly occurs in the deep veins present in the legs. Clot formation in the deep vein results in the occurrence of a vein blockage, termed as vascular occlusion. - Category: Healthcare
  • Biobanks and Human Genetic Research ( 2575 reads)   

    A biobank is a storehouse of human biological samples collected for research purposes. A biobank collects only those biological samples which contain genetic material. These biological samples are collected and stored according to the age, ethnicity, and the prevalent environmental conditions. - Category: Applications
  • Robotic Sperms - Need, Applications and Artificial Sperms ( 2344 reads)   

    Robotic sperms are those sperms which are embedded, immobilized or trapped within metallic nanotubes. The movement of these robotic sperms can be regulated with the help of a magnetic field. Besides robotic sperms, there are other types of artificial sperms which have been created through scientific experiments. - Category: Applications
  • Health Benefits of Passion Fruit ( 7898 reads)   

    All variants of passion fruit have numerous health benefits. Owing to its rich aroma and flavor, the juice of the passion fruit is often mixed with the juices of other fruits for aroma and flavor enhancement. - Category: Biology
  • Bio-Batteries: Mechanism of Working, Advantages and Potential Applications ( 23721 reads)   

    A bio-battery is known as a device in which the substrate material, organic or inorganic, is converted to electric energy. This conversion takes place with the help of various biological or biochemical agents, such as enzymes or micro-organisms. - Category: Applications
  • Nutritional and Health Benefits of Custard Apples ( 7308 reads)   

    Custard apples are also known as 'Sugar Apples' or 'Sweetsop' due to the sweet taste of the fruit flesh (taste like 'custard'). It is commonly known as 'sitaphal' in India. The scientific name of custard apple is Annona squamosa or Annona asiatica - Category: Agriculture
  • Genetic Engineering and Gene Cloning - Types, Applications and Examples ( 7639 reads)   

    This article discusses types of genetic material, various techniques involved in genetic engineering, Gene cloning methods and its applications. - Category: Genetics




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