Interaction of Different Pesticides and Insecticides with Human Serum Albumin Protein ? An Overview | Abstract

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Interaction of Different Pesticides and Insecticides with Human Serum Albumin Protein ? An Overview

Author(s): Kirti Joshi and Anu Radha Pathania*

One of the most often used kinds of harmful chemicals nowadays is insecticides. Nevertheless, there has not been any comprehensive study on how pesticides interact with proteins. Plasma bound proteins. A pesticide is a substance that is used to kill, repel, or reduce the number of animals, microorganisms, or plant pests. Pesticides are generally chemical agents, but they can also be biological or physical agents. Insecticides are pesticides that are either chemical or biological in nature. The interaction of organophosphate insecticides (OPs) with human serum albumin (HSA) has been shown to have a considerable impact on their bioavailability, which is connected to toxicokinetic and toxicodynamic in the human body. The interaction of pesticides with human serum albumin (HSA) and the biological system has been explored in the review article, which mainly focuses on pesticides. In this review article, we also focus on biological exposures and the effect of pesticides and insecticides

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