Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : Human health

Bioactive Peptides: Emerging Tool To Fight Diseases

Harjot Kaur; Mohammed Afsar; Inderpal Devgon; Minhaj Ahmad Khan; Surender Jangra; Lakhdeep Kaur; Arvind Kumar

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4277-4293

Bioactive peptides are chemical functional substances which are linked by covalent bond and are formed by amino acid residues. The essential requirement of food derived bioactive peptide increases day by day due its important property, for example high affinity, efficiency specificity which play vital role in human health by promoting digestive, endocrine, cardiovascular, immune system. They also known as future biological active regulators which help to reduce the chances of oxidation and microbial degradation in food stuff. The biological active substance having different considerable activities which includes antiproliferative, antioxidant, antimicrotubular, these activities are identified from the marine animal sources, specifically algae and cyanobacteria, which act as a secondary metabolite. Milk also contain rich amount of soluble and insoluble protein that is whey and casein protein. Alcalase potato protein hydrolysate (APPH) and germinated soya bean protein are bioceutical and play role in anti -obesity as well as anti-diabetes. The different presumed biological activities found in glutellin which carry at least 21 peptides with~53% of the nut storage protein. These activities are anti-hypertensives, antioxidants, immunomodulators, antimicrobial, anti-thrombotic, anti-cancer, hypocholesterolemic, anti-obesity and protease inhibitors that inhibits the cell cycle progression in cancer cells. These peptides have many advantages than the synthetic drugs. There is need to establish favourable condition to develop bioactive peptides for the human welfare in terms of treating many diseases as well as food beverages.

Developing Of The Modernization Paradigm And The Ideas Of Neoconvergence After The Global Crisis Covid 19

Khakim Tukhtaev; Mavluda Yokubova; Dilmurod Ernazarov; Mirkomil Atavullaev; Tunis Khojiev

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 6118-6125

The authors attempt to analyze the emergence and development of the modernization paradigm in social and humanitarian science, its transformation from the description of society’s transition from traditional to modern to the formulation of the principles of “catch-up” development of third world countries. Furthermore, the authors try to illustrate the limitations of the society of modernity and model of modernization development that determined rethinking of the theory of social modernization from the point of view of the threats and challenges for the future of human civilization. Modern society is experiencing a new phase of changes; its specificity is described by the concept of the risk society and reflexive modernization. The authors emphasize the special role of philosophy in the process of becoming reflexive attitude of the individual and society to modernization and risks.

Impact of Environment Over Human Health

Ansuman Samal; A.K. Dash

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 1092-1100

Thru this report, both the established as well as the emerging nations carried out a thorough analysis of a financial focused on the effects of climatic change on human health. Environmental ecosystems pose various health and well-being problems, and many of these issues tend to evolve and change in forms which we can accurately anticipate and not create. Therefore, socioeconomic influences have a significant impact on various sections of society.Thru the air quality we consume, nutrition we consume and the water we consume, the physical world contributes enormously to human wellbeing. This provides, firstly, improved environmental options, while, secondly, risks to infrastructure, manufacturing systems, agriculture and waste disposal activities. This provides more commercial and leisure opportunities. Air toxins and possible pathogens can affect the human health across a variety of different mechanisms of transport and exposure. In this review paper first quality of air, water have been thoroughly discussed, initially explaining the changes in air and water over the time then the impact these changes cause to the human health and the improvements that people record in biodiversity or the climate in various habitats have been demonstrated