Carboxymethylcellulose/MOF-5/Graphene oxide bio-nanocomposite was synthesized through a solvothermal technique, which it could encapsulate tetracycline. The drug release tests showed the stability of drug dosing in the gastrointestinal tract conditions. Antibacterial tests exhibited suitable activity to negatively charge E. coli bacteria.

The current study introduces a new and efficient recombinant L-asparaginase (ASPase) enzyme from locally isolated halo-thermotolerant Bacillus. The activity assay of ASPase A1 and ASPase A3 showed that only ASPase A1 is an active and stable homologues enzyme with high substrate affinity toward L-asparagine.

Schematic illustration of the subsequent steps for the stents coating process and the evaluation of their biocompatibility: in vitro, ex vivo and in vivo (abdominal aorta stenting and stent restenosis preclinical models) evaluation of Dex-PBMA.

Biocomposite films of biocomposite films of Carrageenan/Locust Bean Gum/Montmorillonite were prepared for the transdermal delivery of curcumin. Biocomposite films were effective in terms of physicochemical properties and were effective in wound care management.

Using immunoinformatic tools, a multi-epitope peptide vaccine (consisting of CD8+cytotoxic T lymphocytes epitopes, helper epitopes and adjuvant) was designed to combat the triple-negative breast cancer. The vaccine showed acceptable immunogenicity and potential to stimulate both cellular and humoral immune responses.

It was found that the Dextran-PNIPAM+Dox nanofluid in contrast to Dox alone showed higher toxicity towards HeLa cells, whereas the SWCNT+Dox and GO+Dox nanofluids protected cells from Dox.


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Congratulations to Professor J. Barar, the Editor of Bioimpacts, on being recognized as the top scientist of TUOMS Faculty of Pharmacy in 2017!

Congratulations to Professor Y. Omidi, the Editor-in-Chief of Bioimpacts, on being recognized as the most cited scientist of Tabriz University of Medical Sciences in 2018!


BioImpacts, as a peer-reviewed international journal, publishes all types of papers on bench-to-bedside translational aspects of pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. As a "Publish Free" and "Access Free" journal, BioImpacts follows a constructive peer-review process with free editing service to benefit the scientific community worldwide.