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Drug Invention Today
ISSN NO: 0975-7619
Drug Invention Today (DIT) was first published in 2009 by JPR Solutions. It is a journal, which publishes reviews, research papers and short communications . From 2019  Journal will be monthly twice ( vol 11& 12 with 2 Issues per month)
• Novel Drug Delivery Systems • Nanotechnology & Nanomedicine • Biotechnology related pharmaceutical technology • Polymeric bio-conjugates • Biological macromolecules • Biomaterials • Drug Information • Drug discovery/development • Screening of drugs from natural & synthetic origins • Novel therapeutic strategies • Combinatorial chemistry and parallel synthesis • Clinical trials • Case Reports Pharmacology Drug InteractionDrug/Antibiotic Resistance Antimicrobial and antibacterial.
 Impact FactorTM ( India ) = 0.895 as on date (09.11.2018)
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    Journal Articles
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    2) Driessens FCM, Boltong MG, Bermudez O, Planell JA. Formulation and setting times of some calcium orthophosphate cements: A pilot study. J. Mater. Sci: Mater. Med., 1993, 4, 503–508.
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    Strunk W, Jr, White EB. The Elements of Style 4th ed. Longman, New York, 2000.
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    Mettam GR, Adams LB. How to prepare an electronic version of your article. In: Jones BS, Smith RZ (Eds.),Introduction to the Electronic Age. E-Publishing Inc., New York, 2009, pp. 281–304.
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    Editors:  
    Prof. S. Parial (Pharmacy, Pharmacognosy)
    Dr. Praveen Kumar Sharma (Associate Professor) [Area of Interest:  Medicinal Chemistry ] Department of Chemistry, Lovely Professional University, Punjab (India)-144411
    ·Dr.M.Swaroopa, UGC Post Doctoral Fellow in Biomedicine, Division of Zoology, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvavidyalayam, Tirupati,A.P,India
    ·Dr. Fengguo Xu,Dept of Epidemiology and Public Health,Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine,National University of Singapore,MD3, 16 Medical Drive, Singapore 117600.
    ·Dr. D. Nagasamy Venketash,Dept of Pharmaceutics,JSS College of Pharmacy,Ooty - 643 001. Tamil Nadu. India.
    ·Dr. Suvardhan Kanchi, Department of Chemistry,Durban University of Technology,Durban,South Africa.
    ·Dr. Zhiyong Peng ,Department of CardioVascular Sciences,Heart Institute,East Carolina University,115 Heart Dr,Greenville, NC 27834,USA.
    ·Dr. Y. K . Gupta, Professor and Head,Dept. of Chemistry,B K Birla Institute of Engineering and Technology,CEERI road,Pilani (Rajasthan), India.
    ·Dr. Bishwambhar Mishra , (Assistant Professor, Dept. of Biotechnology, Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology,Hyderabad, India)
    Dr. Tanay Pramanik  Assistant Professor in Department of Chemistry, Research Coordinator in School of Chemical Engineering and Physical Sciences,Lovely Professional University (LPU), India.
    ·Dr. Sat Pal Singh Bisht, ( Professor, Dept of Zoology, Kumaun University, Nainital-263002, Uttarakhand, India )
    ·Dr.Mohamed El Houseiny El Sebeay Shams (Head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice,Oman Pharmacy Institute,Ministry of Health, PO Box 1928, Muscat 114, Oman)
    ·Dr. Smaranika Pattnaik, (School of Life Sciences, Sambalpur University, Burla 768019, Odisha,India)
    ·Dr. Kondawar M. S.Prof. and Head,Department of Quality Assurance,Appasaheb Birnale college of Pharmacy,South Shivajinagar, Sangli-Miraj road,Sangli - 416416 (MS)India.
    ·Dr. Md. Amirul Islam , Pharmacy Discipline,Khulna University,Khulna-9208, Bangladesh
    ·Prof. Vaithiamanithi Perumal,SAIMS Medical College, Indore,India
    ·Dr. Biswa Mohan Sahoo,HOD & Associate Professor,Dept. of Medicinal Chemistry,Vikas College of Pharmacy,,Putrela Road, Vissannapeta, Krishna Dist-521215 ,Andhra Pradesh, India
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    ·Dr. Wei Zhang, China
    ·Dr. Goutam Kumar Jana,Department of Pharmacognosy,Gayatri College of Pharmacy,At- Gayatri Vihar, PO- Jamadarpali, Via- Sason,Dist- Sambalpur, Pin- 768200, OrissaIndia
    ·Dr. Asim Ahmad Elnour,UAE
    ·Dr. Geetha Kodali,Mexico
    ·Dr. Syed Haris Omar, Pharmacology,Qassim University,Saudi Arabia
    ·Dr. Jaykaran (Medical Sciences), India
    ·Dr. Vijay Dhondiram Wagh, Pharmaceutical Technology, India
    ·Dr. Ramdas Bhanudas Pandhare, University of Pune, India
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    ·Dr. Faiyaz Ahamed, India
    ·Dr. Shete R.V, India
    ·Dr. Ramesh Putheti, United States
    ·Dr. Yuanxiong Deng, China
    ·Dr. Praveen Bansal, India
    ·Dr. C. Rajasekaran, India
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Recent Manuscripts published

Journal: Drug Invention Today

Title: Study on vegetarian or Non-vegetarian more prone to hypertension
Section: Research Article
Category: Pharmacology
Country: India
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Background: Periodontal diseases are constantly associated with anaerobic bacterial species such as Porphyromonas gingivalis, actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans in subgingival environment, and gingivitis and periodontitis are the common diseases which are the affecting the tissues surrounding the tooth. Bacteria are the prime etiological agent in periodontal disease, nearly 500 bacterial agent colonize the adult mouth, and anaerobic bacterial microorganism is known to cause destructive periodontal diseases. Mechanical removal of the biofilm and adjunctive use of antibiotics have been the conventional methods of periodontal therapy, and the emergence of ozone therapy in periodontal treatment seems to have promising future. Ozone is a triatomic molecule (O3 ), it has three oxygen atoms, and it is a gas with extremely pungent odor. It is an allotrope of oxygen that is much less stable than its diatomic allotrope O2 oxygen. Ozone gas has high oxidation potential and it is 1.5 times greater than chloride when used as an antimicrobial agent against bacteria, fungi, and protozoa; it can be used in the treatment of alveolitis as a replacement of antibiotic mouthwash for oral microflora. The objective of the study is to find the effect of ozone in the form of ozonated water used as an irrigating agent in scaling and root planning (SRP) procedure and finding the amount of bacterial microcolonies before and after SRP from the subgingival plaque samples comparing with distilled water as a control irrigating agent. Aim: The aim of the study is to assess the amount of microbial colonies formed on using ozonated water compared to distilled water as irrigating agent during SRP procedure and to know whether ozonated water is effective in bringing out changes in the number of microbial colonies under anaerobic environment. Objective: The objective of the study is to find the effect of ozone in the form of ozonated water used as an irrigating agent in SRP procedure and finding the amount of bacterial microcolonies before and after SRP from the subgingival plaque samples comparing with distilled water as a control irrigating agent. Materials and Methods: A randomized, double-blinded study was performed. A total of 20 patients suffering from chronic generalized periodontitis were recruited into the study; subgingival plaque samples were obtained from the patients before SRP and immediately after SRP. Both the patient and the clinician were blinded regarding the type of the irrigating agent used. The plaque samples were transferred into carrier medium and were cultured under anaerobic conditions; 24 h after culture, the samples were collected and total colony forming units were calculated. Results: On counting the number of colony forming units formed, it was found out that the amount of colonies formed in the ozone group had significantly lesser colonies formed when compared with the distilled water group from which we could interpret that ozonated water has better antibacterial properties. Conclusion: It is observed that there is drastic reduction in the bacterial microcolonies formed. It is clear that ozonated water is more effective in reduction of anaerobic organisms which are difficult to eradicate from the subgingival bacterial ecosystem henceforth ozonated water can be used as an alternative for water which is used commonly in daily practice.

Journal: Drug Invention Today

Title: Anatomical study of sigmoid sulcus and its related structures
Section: Research Article
Category: Pharmacology
Country: India
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Aim: The aim of the present study is to establish the significant relations between sigmoid sulcus of both sides of the skull. Introduction: Anatomically, sigmoid sulcus lodges sigmoid sinus, which is one among the dural venous sinus and continues as an internal jugular vein. Spread of infection occurs from the scalp to the sigmoid sinuses through mastoid emissary vein transmitted by mastoid foramen; thereby, it causes thrombosis of the sinuses. Materials and Methods: The present study was measured and analyzed sigmoid sulcus and its related structures by using 40 South Indian dry skulls and Vernier caliper. Results: The present study have observed that the incidence and position of mastoid foramen; width and length of sigmoid sulcus. There were a slight difference in the dimension of width and length of sigmoid sulcus (Osch et al., 2019). Conclusion: The present study thus concluded that morphometrical knowledge of sigmoid sulcus and its associated structure is of utmost importance for surgeons for easy approach.

Journal: Drug Invention Today

Title: Cytotoxic evaluation of onion oil on oral cancer cell
Section: Research Article
Category: Pharmacology
Country: India
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Aim: This research work was done to evaluate the anticancer potential of onion oil on oral cancer cell lines. Introduction: Onion (Allium cepa) herbaceous biennial plant belongs to the family Amaryllidaceae is grown for its edible bulb. Onion oil has flavoring properties that could enhance the quality of treated food. It has also been reported to have antioxidant, anti-browning, and antimicrobial properties Oral cancer is one of the most common malignancies in the world.The loss of regulation in cell division is the hallmark of all cancers. Materials and Methods: Onion oil was purchased commercially. The cytotoxicity of onion oil was studied by checking the cell viability using 3-(4,5-dimethythiazol-2-yl)-2,5-diphenyl tetrazolium bromide assay (MTT assay) in KB cell lines. Results and Discussion: Onion oil decreased the cell viability in KB cell lines. The activity increases with increase in concentration of onion oil revealing its cytotoxicity in a concentration- dependent manner. Conclusion: This study established the potent in vitro cytotoxic effect of onion oil on oral cancer cell lines.