Acta Scientific Women's Health (ASWH)(ISSN: 2582-3205)

Short Communication Volume 3 Issue 11

Development of Biologically Active Polymers

NB Babakulova*, FR Eshbaeva and DM Kamalova

Tashkent Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Uzbekistan

*Corresponding Author: NB Babakulova, Tashkent Institute of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Uzbekistan.

Received: October 21, 2021; Published: October 27, 2021

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Biologically active polymers are high molecular weight compounds with the ability to influence physiological processes. The physiological response can manifest itself in a change in the general state of the body or its individual biological systems (cells, tissues, fluids, organs). This can be the result of the effect of a polymeric substance directly on specific receptors, on membranes or organelles of cells, water-salt or hydrophilic-lipophilic balance of fluids (blood, lymph), microbial flora present in a healthy or infected organism, etc. The biological activity of high molecular weight compounds began to be actively studied from the end of the 50s. 20th century the terms physiological activity and pharmacological activity are sometimes used as synonyms for physiological activity [1,2].

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References

  1. Mukhamedgaliev BA. “Synthesis and proprieties of phosphonium polymers”. Tashkent. TIASE (2020): 342.
  2. Tashpulatov YuT. “Applied proprieties of biological active polymers”. Tashkent. FAN (1988): 248.
  3. Tujikov DI. “Polyfunxionaling polymers”. Moscow. Chemise (1996): 34-38.
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Citation

Citation: NB Babakulova. “Development of Biologically Active Polymers". Acta Scientific Women's Health 3.11 (2021): 32-37.




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