Rabia Zara

Rabia Zara
Government College University Faisalabad | GCUF · Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

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Rewired tumor metabolism, an emerging hallmark of cancer, is characterized by aberrant expression of enzymes from various metabolic pathways including glycolysis and PPP (pentose phosphate pathway). Glucose 6 phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD) and 6-phosphogluconate dehydrogenase (6PGD), oxidative carboxylases of PPP, have been reported to accomplish d...
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Target identification is the most critical step in chemical genetics and drug discovery. A variety of novel bioactive chemical compounds have been discovered by phenotypic-based screening methods. However, identifying molecular targets for these bioactive compounds is a very laborious process. With the development and advancements in new methodolog...
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In spite of the advanced researches, preventive measures, and treatment options, cancer remains a growing ailment all over the world and its prevalence is estimated to increase in future. Cellular metabolic alterations have been documented as a hallmark of cancer. Metabolic regulation is an intricately coupled process whose deregulation leads to tu...
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Cancer is a multifaceted disease characterized by deregulated epigenetic, genetic and metabolic signals which affect cellular metabolism and apoptosis. Breast cancer is regarded to be the most common malignancy in the women worldwide. The side effects of chemo-drugs such as non-selectivity, toxicity and resistance urge scientists to find more poten...
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Natural products (NPs) will continue to serve humans as a matchless source of novel drug leads and an inspiration for the synthesis of non-natural drugs. As our scientific understanding of 'nature' is rapidly expanding, it would be worthwhile to illuminate the pharmacological distinctions of NPs to the scientific community and the public. Flavonoid...
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Chemical Biology is the application of chemical techniques and often small molecules produced through synthetic chemistry, to the manipulation and study of biological systems. Its working framework ranges from simple chemical entities to complex drugs by employing the principles of biological origin. This chapter particularly focusses the principle...

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