Volume 16; Issue 4; April 2020

 

Editorial

Towards Neuro-CoViD-19
Chiappelli,
16(4): 288-292 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

COVID-19, Reduced Lung Function, and Increased Psycho-emotional Stress
Wu et al.
16(4): 293-296 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Current Status on Population Genome Catalogues in different Countries

 

Kumar and Dhanda, 16(4): 297-300 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Repurposing of known anti-virals as potential inhibitors for SARS-CoV-2 main protease using molecular docking analysis
Hakmi et al.
16(4): 301-306 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI PubMed Central

 

Research Article

Design of a non-viral vector with improved regulatory features towards therapeutic application

Sharma et al. 16(4): 307-313 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article under QC
Content analysis of vitamins, dietary fibers and amino acids  in a wide collection of barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) from Tibet, China
Huang et al. 314
-322 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article under QC
Modelling, docking and simulation analysis of Bisphenol A interaction with laccase from Trichoderma
Ramakrishnan et al. 323-
331 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article under QC

The impact of anthropogenic organic and inorganic pollutants on the Hasdeo River Water Quality in Korba Region, Chhattisgarh, India

Bhaskar et al. 332-340 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Editorial

Pointless pondering on predatory (meaning greedy)  publications (meaning journals) while practicing publishing through freedom of Press

Kangueane & Pavithra, 16(4): 342-350 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

Research Article under QC

Modelling and docking analysis of a tumor target protein BAG3
Mukhtar et al.
16(4): 351-358 (2020) PDFHTML ABSTRACTDOI, PubMed Central

 

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