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PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS OF RECOMBINANT DNA TECHNOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW

ABOUT AUTHOR:
Muhammad Mujahed
M.Sc Biotechnology
Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University, Vishnupuri , Nanded.
mujubiotech2011@rediffmail.com

INTRODUCTION:
A few decades ago, it was realized that certain proteins could be used as pharmaceutical agents for the treatment of human diseases. e.g. insulin for diabetes mellitus, interferon for viral diseases. However the availability of such therapeutic/ pharmaceutical products was limited due to costly and cumbersome procedures involved in their isolation. Further, their use in humans was associated with several complications. For instance, administration of pig insulin to diabetic patients results in the development of antibodies.

The advent of recombinant DNA technology heralded a new chapter for the production of a wide range of therapeutic agents in sufficient quantities for human use. The commercial exploitation of recombinant DNA  (rDNA) technology began in late 1970s by biotechnological companies to produce proteins.There are around 400 different proteins being produced  by rDNAtechnologyand as of now around 30 have been approved for human use.

PULSATILE DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEM AND RECENT ADVANCES: A REVIEW

ABOUT AUTHORS:
Bhaskar Ingole, Shradha Tiwari*
SSS. Indira College of pharmacy,
Vishnupuri, Nanded
*Shraddha.life10@gmail.com

ABSTRACT:
Pulsatile drug delivery aims to release drugs on a programmed pattern means at appropriate time and/or at appropriate site of action. Pulsatile Drug Delivery Systems are gaining a lot of interest as they deliver the drug at the right place at the right time and in the right amount, thus providing spatial and temporal delivery and increasing patient compliance These systems are designed according to the circadian rhythm of the body. Pulsatile release of the drugs is used where a constant drug release is not desired.Gastric retentive systems, systems where the drug is released following a programmed lag phase, chronopharmaceutical drug delivery systems matching human circadian rhythms, multiunit or multilayer systems with various combinations of immediate and sustained-release preparation, are all classified under pulsatile drug delivery systems. On the other hand, site-controlled release is usually controlled by factors such as the pH of the target site, the enzymes present in the intestinal tract and the transit time/pressure of various parts of the intestine. In this review, recent patents on pulsatile drug delivery of oral dosage forms are summarized and discussed.

ISOLATION, EXTRACTION, PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ALKALINE PROTEASE FROM NEUROSPORA CRASSA AND ENZYME ASSAY

About Authors:
Anuradha Shinde
S.R.T.M. University Nanded,
Maharashtra India
anushindebiotech@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT
The present invention relates to a filamentous fungus useful for the production of heterologous polypeptides, having been modified by recombinant DNA technology in a manner by which the expression of alkaline proteases have been completely or partially inactivated. The invention also encompasses processes for the production of proteins of interest in high yields by using the fungi of the invention. The invention furthermore relates to methods for producing such fungi and DNA constructs to be used in these methods. Extracellular alkaline proteases from Neurospora crassa is produced for the commercial requirement of proteases. The purification procedure consisted of an ammonium sulfate precipitation, dialysis, and anion-exchange chromatography, and gel filtration. We found only one enzyme identical by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis. Optimization was done with characterization of enzyme. With a pH value of 10.0 and temperature 60 c the enzyme production was increased.

REVIEW ON APPLICATIONS OF POLYMERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL FORMULATIONS

About Authors:
Darveshwar Jagdeep D*, Mule Madhav S1, Birajdar Shivprasad M2
*NRI Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, Bhopal, India
1School of Pharmacy, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Vishnupuri, Nanded-431606, Maharashtra, India,
2Department of Quality Assurance, Maharashtra College of Pharmacy,
Nilanga-413521, Maharashtra, India
*jagdeepdd@hotmail.com, birajdar100@gmail.com

Abstract:
Polymers have played indispensable roles in the preparation of pharmaceutical products. Their applications range widely from material packaging to fabrication of the most sophisticated drug delivery devices. This review includes various polymers used in pharmaceutics based on their applications. The review focuses on the use of pharmaceutical polymer for controlled drug delivery applications. Examples of pharmaceutical polymers and the principles of controlled drug delivery are outlined and applications of polymers for controlled drug delivery are described. The field of controlled drug delivery is vast therefore this review aims to provide an overview of the applications of pharmaceutical polymers. General pharmaceutical applications of polymers in Dental Medicine, Ophthalmic Drug Delivery, Gene Delivery, Preparation of micro spheres etc. are also discussed briefly.

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PRESERVATIVE SYSTEM OF COSMETICS: A Review

About Authors:
Birajdar Shivprasad M.*, Mule Madhav1
*Department of Quality Assurance, Maharashtra College of Pharmacy, Nilanga.
1School of Pharmacy, Swami Ramanand Teerth Marathwada University
Vishnupuri, Nanded-431606, Maharashtra, India,
*birajdar100@gmail.com

Abstract
Preservatives have been used and known to mankind since a very long time. These are used in cosmetics to increase the shelf life of product so that aroma, taste and the cosmetics itself can be stored for a longer period of time. Also cosmetics degradation is prevented by them. Preservatives, whether natural or artificial, work as in three different ways: Antimicrobial, Antioxidants and Act on enzymes. In antimicrobial, the growth of microbes like bacteria and fungi is inhibited. In antioxidants the process of oxidation is either delayed or stopped. And the one that acts on enzymes stops the ripening or aging of cosmetics product. Preservation is important part in many industries, such as the cosmetic and pharmaceutical industries, as the shelf life of many cosmetic and pharmaceutical products is important. The present review is an extensive compilation of various preservatives obtained from plant, synthetic and microbial source.The safety of preservatives is always coming into question. Since these are all biologically active products, they all have potential for being toxic, or irritating, or sensitizing.

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