SCIOL Biomedicine is a multidisciplinary journal which publishes original research articles, reviews, reports, commentaries, editorials, proceedings, letters to the editor, etc

Biomedicine is a substantially large field interlinking with various other forms of scientific knowledge and solutions. The purpose of the journal is to publish reviewed content to fill current gaps, or challenges in Biomedicine.

The publications focused on biomedical research, biomedical engineering, biomedical science, biology, biomedical informatics, nano, cell science, clinical, medical, microbiology, biochemistry, computational aspects relevant to biomedical sciences.

    Articles


  • Case Report  | September 19, 2018 

    A History of Klebsiella Pneumoniae Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of Literature

    Zikan Ke, Yan Yang, Xiaoyu Ke, Xiaoquan Lai and Xi Chen

    Citation: Ke Z, Yang Y, Ke X, Lai X, Chen Xi (2018) A History of Klebsiella pneumoniae Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of Literature. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:83-88.

     

    Abstract: Klebsiella pneumoniae (KP) is an increasingly recognized cause of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) and a unique invasive syndrome consisting of pyogenic liver abscess including liver abscess, pneumonia, meningitis and endophthalmitis.

    Original Article   | August 24, 2018 

    Cannabinoids for Mental and Motor Dysfunctions in Neurodegenerative Diseases

    Walter Milano, Uberia Padricelli and Anna Capasso

    Citation: Milano W, Padricelli U, Capasso A (2018) Cannabinoids for Mental and Motor Dysfunctions in Neurodegenerative Diseases. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:69-82

     

    Abstract: The cannabinoids are found to have particular application as neuroprotectants for mental and motor dysfunction in neurodegenerative diseases. The neuroprotective properties of cannabinoids suggest their therapeutic use for limiting neurological damage. The cannabinoids treatments should not only aim to alleviate specific symptoms but also attempt to delay/arrest disease progression and to repair the damaged structures.

    Review Article  | June 30, 2018 

    Diabetes-Induced Tyrosine Nitration Impairs Glutamine Synthetase Activity and Exacerbates Neurotoxicity in a Rat Model

    Suraporn Matragoon MS and Azza B El-Remessy

    Citation: Suraporn MMS, El-Remessy AB (2018) Diabetes-Induced Tyrosine Nitration Impairs Glutamine Synthetase Activity and Exacerbates Neurotoxicity in a Rat Model. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:60-68.

     

    Abstract: Diabetes-induced oxidative and nitrative stress have been well-documented in experimental and clinical samples. Tyrosine nitration is a post-translational protein modification that can modulate protein function. Glutamine synthetase (GS), an enzyme in astroglia and Müller cells that is involved in detoxification of glutamate to glutamine and, hence protect neurons from accumulation of glutamate and neuronal cell death.

    Original Article  | April 20, 2018 

    Evaluation of Poly (vinylferrocene)/Platinum Catalyst for Methanol Sensing by Box-Behnken Design

    Donglin Zhang and Yijun Tang

    Citation: Zhang D, Tang Y (2018) Evaluation of Poly (vinylferrocene)/Platinum Catalyst for Methanol Sensing by Box-Behnken Design. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:53-59.

     

    Abstract: Fast detecting and monitoring the level of methanol is critical in the studies of methanol toxicity and related pathophysiology. The mechanism of such sensing is based on the oxidation of methanol in the sample. Poly (vinylferrocene) polymer was coated onto the surface of a platinum-disk electrode so that the electrode was suitable for the oxidation of methanol.

    Research Article  | April 19, 2018 

    Therapeutic Use of Cannabinoids in Eating Disorders

    Walter Milano, Uberia Padricelli and Anna Capasso

    Citation: Milano W, Padricelli U, Capasso A (2018) Therapeutic Use of Cannabinoids in Eating Disorders. SCIOL Biomed 2018;2:40-52.

     

    Abstract: Eating Disorder (ED) is a syndrome characterized by persistent alteration of eating behavior and the conditions that cause an insufficient ingestion and/or adsorption of foods. There are three different ED diseases: Anorexia Nervosa (AN), Bulimia Nervosa (BN) and Binge Eating Disorders (BED). ED are complex conditions that arise from a combination of long-standing behavioral, emotional, psychological, interpersonal, and social factors.