Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Immunity


Dr. Narendra Singh sanger; Dr Arvind Kankane; Dr Rambir Singh; Dr Anurag Gupta; Bhusan Shrikhande; Dr. Gayatri Ganu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 3, Pages 3017-3027

Objective: The pandemic of COVID-19 has affected globally and impacted hugely in terms of mortality and morbidity. India is seeing a continuous rise in the number of cases. Ayurveda has suggested many remedies which hold potential to manage COVID 19. The present study is clinical trial to evaluate potential of Ayurvedic formulations such as Chyawanprash Sugar free (SF) and ICB03 in COVID 19 patients along with standard of care as per ICMR.
Materials and methods: 90 subjects were enrolled and were grouped into 3 arms as control, Chyawanprash SF and ICB03. Evaluation of serum level of immunological panel CD4, CD8, NK cell panel CD16/CD56 cell counts, inflammatory mediator like CRP, IL-6, and TNF alpha were carried out along with the assessment of clinical symptoms. The trial duration was of 28 days, the primary assessment was done on screening and on day 21. A telephonic follow up was carried out on day 28 to understand the symptoms and clinical status of the subjects.
Results: Treatment with ICB03 and Chyawanprash SF demonstrated that around 50% of subject’s subjects were relieved of cough, shortness of breath and fatigue more effectively and in around 7 days which is short period of time than only standard of care. Subjects with ICB03 and Chyawanprash SF treatment presented improved overall quality of life and early recoveries.

Clinical and immunological parallels of acute polymorphic psychotic disorders

Gulchekhra Farukhtdinovna Gopurova; Sultanov Shokhrukh Khabibullaevich; Shakhnoza Farukhtdinovna Usmanova; Shakhnoza Farukkhtdinovna Usmanova

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 2, Pages 508-512

This scientific article describes the changes in immune parameters in the blood caused by acute polymorphic psychotic disorders and measures to optimize the treatment algorithm by treating them with immunomodulators.


Javkharov Oybek Zulfiqorovich; Amirov Shavkat Kuzibaevich; Sobirov Ilhom Abdullaevich; Karimov Sherali Allaberdievich; Esonov Hasanboy Abdumutallibovich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 9, Pages 1959-1965

The experiment examined the effect of the use of Introvit A + WS-amino acidvitamin
nutrient mixture in the diet of dairy cows on the efficiency of milk production. The use of
Introvit A + WS-amino acid-vitamin in the diet resulted in an increase in milk productivity due to
balancing the protein-energy ratio in cows, an increase in milk fat and protein content, and a 5%
reduction in feed consumption due to efficient cow nutrition.

Disorders Of The Immune System And Their Immunological Rehabilitation In Patients With Chronic Pancreatitis

SuleymanovSuleyman Fayzullayevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 5178-5187

The immune system studied in 36 patients with chronic pancreatitis (CP) and 32 healthy individuals. In patients with CP showed a deficit of T-lymphocytes and subset tension humoral immunity and cytokine profile: TNF–α, IL–4, IL–6. Using thymoptinum (dose of 0.8-1.0 mg per course) in conjunction with conventional treatment in patients with CP led to an increase in cellular immunity and stabilization of cytokine levels.

Immune Response Of The Organism Of Newborns Karakul Sheep Lambs To Vaccination

Ruzikulov R.F.

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 4438-4444

There was studied the immunological structure of populations of karakul sheep lambs, vaccinated against colybacterios, salmonellosis and anthrax antigen from the age of 2-3 days tile 2-3 weeks. There was revealed the nature of wavelike character of the immune reaction of an organism of newborn animals of vaccination. There was determined the immunomodulation role of anti idiotypic antibodies.

A Review On List Of Herbal Nutraceuticals Having Health Benefits

Sharfuddin Mohd; Jaswinder Kaur

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 2552-2557

Now a day’s everyone is concerned about their health, so peoples uses nutraceuticals for maintain their better health. Now in this era nutraceuticals are high in demand are available in the market. Nutraceuticals are uses since from the Vedic period. Many herbs are used as nutraceuticals. These are very beneficial for the health, boost the immunity and fight against diseases. Peoples who are going to gym they mostly take nutraceuticals. Chemical compound which is present in any substance, fruits, vegetables etc. plays a very important role. A word nutraceutical itself represented that it contains nutrition and we all know about their importance. Spices that we used in our food daily are also a part of nutraceuticals


Kethan Umakanth; Geetha RV; Smiline Girija AS; Lakshmi T

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 452-458

Spices are normally used for adding flavour to the food. Especially Asians use a variety of spices or spice blends to make food aromatic, hot, savoury and sweet. Spices not only add aroma to the food but also come with notable nutritional values and give a lot of health benefits. The spices that are typically used in Asian cuisine are Cinnamon, garlic, cloves, cumin, basil, star anise, galangal, ginger, coriander, turmeric, cilantro, pepper, ajowain etc. The main aim is to try and understand the role of commonly used Asian spices on boosting immunity against infectious agents. A large number of plants are used to treat many diseases as they possess antimicrobial activity. However, Challenges include Extinction or disappearance of a few indigenous varieties, Low productivity, Insufficient quantities of quality species and Poor product quality. Many people do not know the importance of spices and its effect on the immune system. There is a need to understand the traditional systems, to help visualise the future better . there is a necessity to link the past and the present of medicine. This can help in giving new directions for a better understanding of different diseases etc. As this is a review various other related research articles are acquired using the Search engines such as PubMed, google scholar, google Cochrane databases and MESH. Their data is taken as the base for our study.


S. Shreenidhi; Lakshminarayanan Arivarasu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 486-491

Multivitamins are directly intaken supplements that are believed to increase human health. Multivitamins thrive in providing a stable health and easier way. The urge to meet the growing population, the need to provide them with the at most health benefits has brought in the development of multivitamin supplements. The consumable products are a combination of minerals and vitamins that are packed under one capsule to bring about the health needs satisfaction. These multivitamins are consumed at variable high levels without understanding its underlying mechanism it has on health thereby the importance in the role of health is a must for which a thorough search was done in the database like Google scholar, research gate, PMC using keywords “multivitamin”,”role of multivitamin “, “general public knowledge”, pandemic situation. Articles with similar data were collected and added to the current study. It is important to know the role, consumption forms, attitude of the general public towards multivitamins especially during cases of pandemic to aslo create awareness on the side-effects caused by the intake of multivitamins under self prescribed methods