Recent Frontiers of Phytochemicals
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Phytochemicals have been present in human diet and life since the birth of mankind, including the consuming of plant foods and the application of herbal treatments. This coevolutionary interaction of plants and people has resulted in humans' reliance on food and medicinal plants as sources of macronutrients, micronutrients, and bioactive phytochemicals. Phytochemicals can be used as adjuvant agents and sensitizers in traditional antibiotic and anticancer therapy, reducing the potential of selecting resistant microbial strains and cancer cells. Recent Frontiers of Phytochemicals addresses the many processes of potential phytochemical evaluation of known sources, with a focus on phytochemical and pharmacological evaluations, and computational research into the structures and pharmacological mechanisms of natural products and their applications in medicine, food and biotech.
- Novel extraction, characterization, and application method for phytochemicals in food, pharmacology, and biotechnology
- Colour illustrations and extensive tables with state-of-art information
- Covers potential sources of phytochemicals, their extraction and characterization techniques
Researchers and post graduate students in Chemistry, Biotechnology, Biochemistry, Photochemistry. Medical practitioners and clinicians. Researchers in Food Sciences and Pharmacology
Table of Contents
- 1. Phytochemicals: Recent trends in food, pharmacy and biotechnology
2. Novel extraction and characterization methods for phytochemicals
3. Primary and secondary plant metabolites: Phytochemical families
4. Phytochemicals and cancer
5. Bioactivity of essential oils and its medicinal applications
6. Marine based phytochemicals for biomedical and pharmaceutical research
7. Phytochemicals in biofilm inhibition
8. Role of natural pigments in consumer based industrial revolution 4.0
9. Phytochemicals as safe fortification agent in fermented food industries
10. Big data in phytochemical research
11. QSAR and phytochemicals
12. Deep learning and AI/ML approach in phytochemical-based drug discovery
13. Molecular docking study of bioactive phytochemicals against infectious diseases
14. Phytochemicals in structure-based drug discovery
15. Future perspective phytochemical research
- No. of pages: 530
- Language: English
- Copyright: © Elsevier 2023
- Published: April 1, 2023
- Imprint: Elsevier
- Paperback ISBN: 9780443191435
About the Editors
Siddhartha Pati received his PhD degree in Science (Biotechnology) from Fakir Mohan University, India. Dr. Pati has 9+ years of experience working as a researcher at Fakir Mohan University, University Malaysia Terengganu, Khallikote University in the areas of natural product, Food science, Biopolymer etc. His international experience includes various programs, contributions and participation in different countries for study on Biotechnology, Marine Bioprospecting, Food Science, Biodiversity conservation. He has handled 5 research grants and with 50+ publications with vast Industry academic linkages. Dr. Siddhartha Pati working as a Director of NatNov Bioscience Private Limited in India.
Affiliations and Expertise
Fakir Mohan University, India
Tanmay Sarkar received his bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Calcutta University, Kolkata, India, Bachelor of Technology and Master of Technology both in Food Technology and Biochemical Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. He has received his PhD degree in Engineering from Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India. He has seven years of experience in teaching as well as in Research. Currently he is working as a Lecturer in dept. of Food Processing Technology at West Bengal Technical Education and Training, Govt. of West Bengal. He has received fellowship for his master’s programme from MHRD, Govt. of India and Rajiv Gandhi National Fellowship, from Govt. of India for his doctoral work. His areas of interests include Bioactive components from natural sources, Optimisation, Mathematical modelling, Phytochemicals, Data science etc. He has authored more than 75 research papers (32 SCIE/SCI; 28 Scopus) and filed 1 patent till date. He is engaged as paper setter in Food and Nutrition department, Calcutta University, West Bengal State Council and several other reputed colleges.
Affiliations and Expertise
Calcutta University, Kolkata, India
Dibyajit Lahiri is at present is working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Biotechnology, University of Engineering & Management, Kolkata. His research interest is precisely on biofilm isolated from human prosthesis and its inhibition by various novel phyto and nano compounds. He is keen to explore the molecular mechanism behind the removal of biofilm by natural compounds. His research arena also encompasses computational drug development by using of bioinformatics. His work is regularly being presented and appreciated before a number of experts of National and International repute. He is a life Member of Indian Science Congress Association and Institution of Engineers (India). He has edited two book of international publishing house. He is the editor of various international journal and also work as reviewer of various international journals.
Affiliations and Expertise
Assistant Professor, Department of Biotechnology, University of Engineering and Management, Kolkata, India
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