Notulae Scientia Biologicae (http://www.notulaebiologicae.ro), Issue 4, Volume 11, 2019: The papers published in this issue represent interesting novelties in different topics of life science. Among the exciting researches, we invite readers to find news about: anticancer activity of water and methanol extracts of Hypericum scabrum L. on different cancer cell lines; curcumin alleviates potassium bromate-induced hepatic damage by repressing CRP Induction through TNF-Î± and IL-1β and by suppressing oxidative stress; evaluation of leukocyte mobilization and platelet aggregatory effects of ciprofloxacin, lincomycin and erythromycin in Wistar albino rats; ameliorative effect of aqueous leaf extract of Moringa oleifera on reproductive function following cadmium chloride induced oxidative stress in male Wistar rats; acute and sub-acute toxicity of Cola millenii leaf and stem bark extracts in albino rats; the effects of using synthetic and natural color foods on lipid profile and liver function in rats; phylogenetic analysis and in silico characterization of cytochrome P450 1A (Cyp1A) protein from the African catfish, Clarias gariepinus; growth performance indices of New Zealand white rabbits administered Panax ginseng extracts; the clinicopathological evaluations of the efficacy of incorporation of amantadine hydrochloride in the treatment of West African dwarf goats experimentally infected with peste des petits ruminants virus; in vitro plant regeneration from mature seed explants of Withania somnifera, an important, rare and endangered medicinal plant.
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