Special Issue "Bioactive Compounds in Chronic Diseases"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 August 2023) | Viewed by 12423
Interests: cancer; autoimmunity; mental health; vaccines; exercise; infectious diseases; drugs; healthy aging; bioactives
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Bioactive compounds can be derived from natural products, animal products, plants and can be synthetically produced. They have gained much attention in recent years as they have shown to be effective in a number of chronic and infectious diseases such as, cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, autoimmune disorders and infectious diseases. In addition, their use can promote better health. As such vitamins, minerals, herbal, polyphenols, pre- and pro-biotics, natural products, nutritional therapies, cannabis therapies, have been shown to boost the immune system and as a result aids to manage and treat disease. This issue will focus on natural and bioactive treatments to overcome or manage chronic and infectious diseases, including in vitro, animal in vivo and human clinical studies.
Prof. Dr. Vasso Apostolopoulos
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- coenzyme Q
- dietary fiber
- fatty acids
- fermented milk
- gallic acid
- linoleic acid
- natural products
- omega-3 fatty acids
- omega-6 fatty acids
- phenolic acid
- vitamin B
- vitamin C
- vitamin D
- vitamin E