Biotechnology of Medicinal Plants with Antiallergy Properties

Biotechnology of Medicinal Plants with Antiallergy Properties

Research Trends and Prospects

Majumder, Jayoti; Sharangi, Amit Baran; Gantait, Saikat

Springer Verlag, Singapore

05/2024

672

Dura

9789819714667

15 a 20 dias

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Chapter 1. Investigating the use of biotechnologically enhanced medicinal plants in allergy treatment.- Chapter 2. Medicinal plants, secondary metabolites, and their antiallergic activities.- Chapter 3. Exploring nature's pharmacy: indigenous plants of southern Africa with antiallergic properties and their mechanism of action.- Chapter 4. Antiallergic implications of curcumin during COVID-19: current status and perspectives.- Chapter 5. Plant-derived antiallergic active ingredients for food allergies.- Chapter 6. Recent advances in saffron (Crocus sativus L.) micropropagation: a potential plant species with antiallergic properties.- Chapter 7. Antihistaminic activity of shikonin from biotechnologically-grown Echium italicum L.- Chapter 8. The anthelmintic impact of Nyctanthes arbor-tristis leaves-an antiallergic plant on Caenorhabditis elegans.- Chapter 9.Facile green synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Passiflora edulis and its efficacy against the breast cancer cell line.- Chapter 10.Effect of sodium nitroprusside on morphogenesis, and genetic attributes of in vitro raised plantlets of Curcuma longa var. Lakadong.- Chapter 11 - The power of Citrus: antiallergic activity and in vitro propagation techniques.- Chapter 12 - Recent advances in micropropagation of Phoenix dactylifera: a plant with anti-allergic properties.- Chapter 13 - Cell suspension culture-mediated secondary metabolites production from medicinal plants with antiallergy properties.- Chapter 14 - In vitro plant regeneration of Agapanthus praecox alternatives to silver nanoparticles production and synthesis of antimicrobial silver nanoparticles.- Chapter 15 - Current elicitation strategies for improving secondary metabolites in medicinal plants with antiallergy properties.- Chapter 16 - Antiallergic metabolite production from plants via biotechnological approaches.- Chapter 17 - Improvement of the antiallergic plants via whole genome duplication.- Chapter 18 - Agrobacterium rhizogenes-mediated genetic transformation: a potential approach to enhance the antiallergic potential of medicinal plants by endorsing the production of responsible phytochemicals, - Chapter 19 - Production, storage and regeneration of synthetic seeds from selected medicinal plants with antiallergic property.- Chapter 20 - Progress and prospect in ex situ conservation of Zingiberaceae harbouring antiallergic compounds.- Chapter 21 - Cryoconservation of antiallergic medicinal plants: techniques and applications.- Chapter 22 - In vitro approaches for conservation of medicinal plants with antiallergic properties
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Ethnopharmacology;Biopharmaceutical;Gene transfer;Plant Cell;Tissue Culture;Germplasm conservation