The development of enzyme inhibitors from natural resources is also getting popular, and researchers around the world started to work on enzyme inhibitors especially from medicinal plants. There are numerous factors influences the journey towards the success of new enzyme inhibitors discovery such as lack of funding, minimal facilities including chemicals, types of equipment and lack of expertise in the field of molecular mechanism. However, these can be overcome by joining hands together with research collaborators around the world. Keeping this in mind, the International Consortium of Enzyme Inhibitors Research (ICEIR) is established to link researchers who are working and planning to work on Enzyme Inhibitors.
An experienced scientist with demonstrated 8+ years experiences in natural product chemistry and pharmacology, with papers published in leading journals such as Biotechnology Advances (IF 11.452), Pharmacology & Therapeutics (10.376), Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition (IF 6.015), European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (IF 4.816), Food Chemistry (IF 4.946) etc. Global citations: >822, H-index 16, 55 peer-reviewed publications.
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