SSR College of Pharmacy

Recruitment of Assistant Professors at SSR College of Pharmacy

SSR College of Pharmacy is functioning under Shri Sanjibhai Rupjibhai Memorial Trust and all institutes of trust are affiliated to prestigious Savitribai Phule Pune University (Earnst know as Pune University) since 2006. SSR College of Pharmacy is established in the year 2007 with aiming world class pharmacy education in UT of DNH. The Institute is located in capital of Union Territory of Dadra, Nagar & Haveli Silvassa. The institute is well connected by road and railway (nearest station Vapi, Gujarat).

NOVEL SYNTHETIC APPROACHES FOR THE TREATMENT OF MALIGNANT MELANOMA UNDER CLINICAL TRIAL

ABOUT AUTHORS:
Tara Shankar Basuri1*, Ishvar Parmar1, Vishal Modi2, Virag Shah3, Niyatee Thakur4
SSR College of pharmacy, Silvassa,
U.T of Dadra & Nagar Haveli-396230
*tbasuri@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
Malignant melanoma is the most lethal form of skin cancer and anincreasingly common disease worldwide. It remains one of the most treatment-refractorymalignancies. The current treatment options for patients with metastatic melanoma arelimited and in most cases non-curative. This review focuses on novel synthetic and herbal drugs for malignant melanoma treatment, by a single or combinational agent approach. These molecules are widely used by the oncologists for the treatment of this type of cancer. So this review can help to the public to aware the malignant melanoma and its treatment and novel target for its treatment.

CYCLODEXTRINS AND ITS RECENT ADVANCES: AN OVERVIEW

About Authors:
Virag A. Shah1*, Tarashankar Basuri1, Vishal S. Modi1, Rohit R. Shah2, Dhananjay S. Ghodke2
1 SSR College of pharmacy, Silvassa, U.T of Dadra & Nagar Haveli-396230
2 Appasaheb Birnale College of Pharmacy, Sangli, Dist: Sangli, Maharashtra- 416416

*viragshah687@gmail.com

Abstract:
Cyclodextrins (CDs) due to their inclusion formation ability finds wider applicability in Novel Drug Delivery Systems as well as in Pharma industries. This review highlights and focuses on history of CD molecules, their chemistry, need for derivatizations of CDs, production method, CDs inclusion complexes and various methods used for complexation. The article also focuses on various effects of CDs on drug solubility and dissolution, bioavailability, stability, and safety. Some important drug delivery systems which utilize CDs are also summarized with a brief overview on recent advances in CDs.

ANGIOGENESIS IN MYOCARDIAL ISCHEMIA : AN ORGANIZED REVIEW

{ DOWNLOAD AS PDF }

ABOUT AUTHORS:
Jalaram H Thakkar*, Ashiyana A Mansuri, Chirag Patel, Girish K Jani,
SSR College of Pharmacy,Silvassa
.
*jay_143143@yahoo.com

ABSTRACT:
The term Angiogenesis was coined by DR. John Hunter, a British surgeon in 1787. Later professor Judah Folkman gave the idea that growth of tumor depends on their blood supply and a new began research in this new field of therapeutics called ANGIOGENESIS.  Then, the identification of angiogenic growth factors, Vascular Endothelial Growth Factor (VEGF) and Fibroblast Growth Factor (FGF) fueled interest in using these factors in inducing therapeutic angiogenesis.[1] Initially angiogenesis was implicated only in few diseases like cancer, psoriases and arthritis. But, in recent years, it has been evident through a deep research that even excessive, insufficient and abnormal angiogenesis contribute to the pathogenesis of many disorders. Angiogenesis is regulated by a balance between pro- and anti- angiogenic factors. Research shows that angiogenesis and anti angiogenesis has given promising results in treatment of diseases like AIDS, atherosclerosis, ischemic heart disease and Alzheimer’s. In twenty first century, application of angiogenesis in therapeutics may have an impact on disorders similar to that which the discovery of antibiotics had in twentieth century.