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Volume 6 Issue 1

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Original Article

Coagulation-Flocculation of Palm Oil Mill Effluent From Pertubuhan Peladang Negeri Johor, Malaysia

A. H. Jagaba1*, S. M. Jagaba2, Sule Abubakar1, I. M. Lawal1, Isa Zubairu1 and M. A. Nasara1

Wastewater containing heavy metals is of extreme importance globally because of its potential threat to both the aquatic ecosystem and the soil environment. Heavy metal is hazardous even at low concentration and thereby causing various forms of diseases. One method which has been tested and found to be effective for heavy metals removal is coagulation-flocculation

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Biomining of Manganese and Copper

Rana Khalid Iqbal1*, A. Tanveer1, S. Shaheen1, S.Nayab1, A. Saeed1 and Farhana Naureen Anwar2

Bio mining is an advanced and successful area of biotechnology which is characterized as the taking out of beneficial metals from ores by using microbes. Physical and chemical means are costly and difficult to handle so scientist moves towards biological means. Through Bio mining different meals can be extracted and recovered. Different types of microorganism i.e. bacteria, fungi are used for MnBiomining that use the different type of mechanism and their mechanism depends on the oxidation state of Mn. Mainly two types of methods are used for Bio mining. One is direct while other is the indirect approach.

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Drug-Likeness Prediction of Designed Novel Analogues of Isoniazid Standard Targeting FabI Enzyme Regulation in P. Falciparum: An in Silico Approach

Anil Kumar Pandey1, 2*, Mohammad Haris Siddiqui1 and Rajiv Dutta3

Fatty acid biosynthesis enzymes (Fab enzyme) are remains a useful source and important target for antimalarial drug development. It has been postulated that it elevated during the erythrocytic phase of parasite life cycle. The present study represents the toxicity screening of designed novel analogues which inhibit FabI enzyme regulation, a protein with multifunctional property in nature, with the use of computational approach.

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