Journal of Chemical Biology & Pharmaceutical Chemistry : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Journal of Chemical Biology & Pharmaceutical Chemistry have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world. Journal of Chemical Biology & Pharmaceutical Chemistry has got h-index 2, which means every article in Journal of Chemical Biology & Pharmaceutical Chemistry has got 2 average citations.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Journal of Chemical Biology & Pharmaceutical Chemistry.

  2020 2019

Year wise published articles

117 5

Year wise citations received

2 3
Journal total citations count 11
Journal h-index 2
Journal h-index since 2016 2
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Impact of novel processing techniques on the functional properties of egg products and derivatives: A review

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The Role of Novel Pasteurization Approaches on Altering Functional Properties of Egg Proteins

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The Use of Novel Technologies in Egg Processing

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"An Assessment and Review of the Halal Food Certification Process Requirements of Industrial Egg Products"

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"Introduction: The causative factors of dental caries have been studied for many years, however, preventing the formation of dental caries remains an elusive task. Microorganisms have been the focal point of numerous studies as a prime cariogenic factor. Streptococcus mutans and Candida albicans have been frequently co-isolated from dental biofilm in patients with early childhood caries (ECC) and studies have demonstrated the synergistic effects of these two microorganisms in promoting tooth demineralization. Acid and glucan production, which are two virulence factors produced by S. mutans that mediate biofilm formation and tooth decay, have been shown to be promoted during co-colonization with C. albicans. Interestingly, published reports have demonstrated that licorice extract exhibits both antibacterial and antifungal properties, particularly against S. mutans biofilms. However, no studies have tested the effect of licorice extract on S. mutans and C. albicans synergism."

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A review on phytochemicals, pharmacological activities, drug interactions, and associated toxicities of licorice (Glycyrrhiza sp.)

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"Root-associated endophytic fungal community composition and structure of three medicinal licorices in Xinjiang"

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Differences in the endophytic fungal community and effective ingredients in root of three Glycyrrhiza species in Xinjiang, China

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"Medicinal plants of DEI herbal garden, Dayalbagh: A survey"

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