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- 1st ed. 2018
- Springer Verlag, Singapore
- Rani, Vibha (ed.), Yadav, Umesh C. S. (ed.)
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- 25 Tables, color; 57 Illustrations, color; 75 Illustrations, black and white; XXII, 694 p. 132 illus
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Free Radicals in Human Health and Disease
Vibha Rani, Umesh Chand Singh Yadav
The role of oxidative stress in human disease has become an area of intense interest. Free radicals, a normal product of metabolism, exist in all aerobic cells in balance with biochemical antioxidants. Environmental stress increases the levels of ...
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Dr Vibha Rani is working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Biotechnology, Jaypee Institute of Information Technology, Noida, India. After completing her Doctoral Studies from School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, she has continued her academic career where she teaches as well as guides graduate, postgraduate and doctorate students in the area of oxidative stress-induced cardiomyopathy and other development-related heart Diseases. Dr Rani is an academician as well as an accomplished young scientist and has been in research for sixteen years. Her current research focus is to understand the mechanism of action of phytomolecules, and also to develop ideal drug molecule for prevention of noncommunicable diseases. She has been focusing on developing natural therapies and microRNAs based therapeutics to address the most severe disorders that affect the human society such as cardiomyopathy, diabetes and breast cancer. Dr Rani has received many extra-mural funding for her research work from the Department of Science and Technology (DST) and Department of Biotechnology (DBT), Govt. of India. She has been successfully able to communicate her research findings to various International Journals. She has been honoured with the prestigious A.R. Rao Memorial Young Scientist Award, S.C. Tyagi Young Faculty Award and Academic Brilliance Young Faculty Award, 2017, which accounts for just few among the much recognitions that she has. Dr. Umesh C S Yadav is currently working as an Associate Professor at the School of Life Sciences, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar. His current focus area of research includes understanding the biochemical and molecular mechanisms of metabolic disorder-induced chronic inflammatory diseases including diabetic and cardiovascular disorders, cancer, asthma and COPD. Dr. Yadav has a Ph.D. degree from the School of Life Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, where he investigated the effects of Trigonella foenum-graecum on diabetic complications. He has over thirteen years of research experience, six years as postdoctoral fellow and more than seven years as faculty member. Dr. Yadav spent nine years in the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Galveston, Texas, USA where he performed excellent research in oxidative stress-induced inflammatory pathologies such as diabetic and cardiovascular complications, lung inflammatory diseases including asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and ocular inflammatory diseases. He has published nearly 50 research articles in high impact journals including reviews and book chapters which indicate towards his expertise in inflammatory diseases and associated signalling pathways and their modulation using different drug molecules, including natural products. Dr. Yadav has been awarded a prestigious Ramanujan Fellowship from department of science and technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi.
Part I: Functional food in daily diet Chapter:1: Flavonoid and polyphenols in diet: Sources and role in health promotion Chapter:2: Food as source of medicinal molecules Chapter:3: Curcumin as functional food Chapter: 4: Role of Garlic and its molecules in Health Promotion Chapter: 5: Momordica as functional food in disease prevention Chapter: 6: Fibers in our diet and its role in health and Disease Chapter: 7: Fish Oils derived Omega-3 and its role in Metabolism Chapter:8: Plant-derived Antioxidants, Vitamin and Phytochemical Part II: Functional food components: Chapter: 9: Extraction of plant-based molecules with medicinal properties Chapter: 10: Use of plant-derived drug molecules in research Chapter: 11: Debate: Purified or crude, which is more effective way in regulating diseases? < Part III: Functional food and Human health Chapter: 12: Metabolic disorders and nutritional intervention Chapter: 13: Cardiovascular disease and herbal intervention Chapter: 14: Functional food in the human health and disease Chapter: 15: Aldose reductase inhibitors in the functional foods: regulation of diabetic complications Chapter: 16: Resveratrol as a miracle drug for vascular pathogenesis Chapter: 17: Curcumin in cancer prevention Chapter: 18: Flavenoids as functional food Part IV: Functional food and Human health: Effective delivery methods, product development and toxicity Chapter: 19: Functional foods: Safety and toxicity issues Chapter: 20: Nanodelivery vehicles for food--derived drugs Chapter: 21: Herbal drugs - to take it or not to take it? Chapter: 22: Phytochemicals in Clinical studies: Current perspectiv e Chapter: 23: Identification of Novel Herbal Supplements for Diabetes control Part V: Functional food and Human health: Miscellaneous Functional food and components Chapter: 24: Functional food in neural diseases Chapter: 25: Phytochmicals in cancer stem cell maintenance and growth Chapter: 26: Use of Soy-derived Isoflavones in inflammatory pathologies Chapter: 27: Phytochemicals in treating rheumatoid arthritis Chapter: 28: Composition of functional food in the world diet Chapter: 29: Nutraceuticals and Their Role in Human Health Chapter: 30: Probiotics and its role in human health