Proceedings of the International Conference on Advances in Nano-Neuro-Bio-Quantum (ICAN 2023)

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Peer-Review Statements

R. Somashekhar, Preenon Bagchi, Kirthi S. Jawalkar, G. Dhanalakshmi, Richard Hill, Sanjay N. Harke
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the ICAN-2023 during October 26-27, 2023hosted virtually from Indonesia and India. These articles have been peer reviewed by the members of the review Committee and approved by the Editor-in-Chief, who affirms that this document is...
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Understanding the Correlation of Parkinson’s dataset with Multivariate Analysis Packages

A. Rajha Priya, Preenon Bagchi
Parkinson’s dataset available in open source was used in this work. Inferential statistical analysis is used here to inspect each unit from this dataset and to test a hypothesis depending on the sample data. From the analysis inferences could be extracted by applying probability and make generalizations...
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A Critical Deconstruction of Quantum Cognition and Usability in Psychology

Arinjoy Bhattacharjee, Jhuma Mukherjee
The paper “What Is Quantum Cognition, and How Is It Applied to Psychology?” by Busemeyer and Wang (2015) introduces the concept of quantum cognition as a framework for understanding human cognition in psychology. This critical analysis aims to evaluate the key arguments and contributions presented in...
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Integrating Quantum psychology and Spirituality: techniques to transcend dark side of work-life

Palak Ahuja, Susmita Mukhopadhyay
The study sheds light on the psycho-social challenges employees are experiencing as a result of digital technologies. As a means of overcoming these challenges, we looked further into conceptual commonalities between the domains of quantum psychology and spirituality. They bring forth the idea that humans...
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A study on the Nutritional and Medicinal Properties in Dragon Fruit: A Review

Chaitali Dhande, Preenon Bagchi
This review will discuss the cultivation, dietary advantages, and medicinal aspects of dragon fruit. The adaptable dragon fruit plant thrives on soils with a somewhat coarser texture. Stem cuttings are a frequent method of plant propagation. This fruit’s high nutritional content, which includes being...
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Natural Language Processing Approach to Extract Compound Information from PubChem

Rehan Khan, Preenon Bagchi, Krutanjali Patil
PubChem is one of the largest and most comprehensive databases of its kind containing information on millions of chemical compounds including their structures properties and biological activities. The Natural Language Processing (NLP) approach to extract compound information from PubChem has several...
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Empowering Global Health with AI: Using NLP to Extract Medicinal Plants and Disease-fighting Compounds from PubMed

Rehan Khan, Preenon Bagchi, Krutanjali Patil
PubMed is a free database maintained by the National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States, and it contains more than 30 million citations and abstracts of biomedical literature and other scientific publications related to medicinal plants and phytocompounds...
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Structural Analysis of Burkholderia Pseudomallei (Melioidosis) Receptor and Finding Novel Drug Leads for the Receptor

Rehan Khan, Jimema Paul, Preenon Bagchi
Melioidosis or Whitmore’s disease is caused by Burkholderia pseudomallei infection in humans. Burkholderia pseudomallei is the self-propelling bacteria that zooms around using its trusty flagellum, measuring a mere 2-5 micrometers in length and 0.4-0.8 micrometers in diameter. A human infection caused...
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Breaking the Language Barrier in Medical Research: Extracting Disease Features and Translating to Any Language with NLP and NLTK

Rehan Khan, Preenon Bagchi
Language barriers can hinder the progress of medical research, particularly in global health where access to information in multiple languages is critical. Natural Language Processing (NLP) and the Natural Language Toolkit (NLTK) can be used to extract disease features from medical literature and translate...
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Establishing Novel Drug Leads of Monkeypox Viral Receptor Using High-Throughput Screening from Medicinal Herbs

Jimema Paul, Khan Rehan, Preenon Bagchi
Introduction Monkeypox virus (MPV or MPXV), is a double- stranded DNA virus that is caused by the monkeypox virus, which comes from the family Poxviridae and genus Orthopoxvirus the name was given after isolating it from monkeys . It is oval like shaped structure with a outer membrane...
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Establishing Novel Drug Leads For Bubonic Plague Using In-Silico Approach

Pratik Dherange, Shraddha Lavhale, Preenon Bagchi
Bubonic plague is an infection spread mostly to humans by infected fleas that feed on rodents which is also known as ‘Black death’. It killed millions of Europeans during the middles ages. Bubonic Plague is an infectious disease caused by a specific type of bacterium called Yersinia pestis. Which is...
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Established In-Silico Ayurvedic Remedy for German Measles

Abhishek Kunde, Jimema Paul, Preenon Bagchi
German measles (also known as Rubella) a viral illness that causes a rash and fever; though mild and self-limiting but can be serious in pregnant women as it can cause birth defects in the developing fetus. Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent rubella. It usually starts on the face and spreads...
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Protein Paradox in India: Unraveling the Crisis, Debunking Myths, and Evaluation of Protein Content in Indian Foods

Om Joshi, Jaswant Kandikanti, Ronit Savale, Himanshu Patil
Protein is a crucial macronutrient required for growth, development, and tissue maintenance in the human body. However, protein deficiency is a prevalent issue in India, the inadequate protein consumption in India has led to various health issues, including poor muscle health and a decline in average...
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Utilizing Agricultural and Industrial Waste for Environmentally Friendly Bricks: Exploring Mycelium-Based Bio-Composites

Jaswant Kandikanti, Om Joshi, Ronit Savale, Himanshu Patil, Manisha Survase
Composite materials combine different materials with distinct physical and chemical properties. Their use in construction dates back 3500 years, when clay and straw composites created sturdy buildings. Today, mud and concrete bricks have replaced them, offering strength and advantages. However, these...
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Epigenetic Regulations, Motif and Pathway Identification of Myelofibrosis Chip Sequences

Sravani Sane, I. A. Shylesh Murthy, Preenon Bagchi
Next generation sequence technique that is Chromatin immunoprecipitation (ChIP) on the ChIP–Seq of Myelofibrosis. Myelofibrosis is a type of blood cancer which is also considered as a form of chronic leukemia. It is two types primary myelofibrosis and secondary myelofibrosis its leads to complication...
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Establishing the Taxa and Functional profile of Microbiota implicated in West Nile Fever

Jemy Ratna Jovita, I. A. Shylesh Murthy, Preenon Bagchi
West Nile fever causing microbiome is taken in this work. Culex nigripalpus mosquito is the causative factor for West Nile Virus. Using Metatranscriptomic sequencing, identified the taxa and functional profile of the microbiome is identified.
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Insilico Study of Phytochemical Component of Angelica Sinensis with Genes of Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

G. Dhanalakshmi, Preenon Bagchi, M. Anuradha
To investigate the efficiency of phytochemical components from Angelica sinensis against CYP 19A1 and CYP17A1 utilising computational molecular docking techniques. Polycystic ovarian syndrome is distinguished by hyperinsulinemia, menstrual abnormalities, long-term metabolic problems, and hyperandrogenism....
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Establishing Ligands for Tuberculosis Gene Receptor Using In-Silico Methods

Shraddha Lavhale, Rehan Khan, Preenon Bagchi
Mycobacterium tuberculosis is a species of pathogenic bacteria of the family Mycobacteriaceae and the causative agent of tuberculosis. First discovered in 1882 by Robert Koch, M. tuberculosis has an unusual, waxy coating on its cell surface primarily due to the presence of mycolic acid. There are two...
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Establishing the Taxa with Phylogenetic Profile and in-silico Ayurvedic Remedy of Human Oropharynx Microbiome

B. Yeswanthi Kumari, I. A. Shylesh Murthy, Preenon Bagchi
Fusobacterium, a Gram-negative bacterium, is the cause of oropharyngeal cancer, a type of head and neck cancer. We have performed metagenomics analysis on the Human Oropharynx Microbiome and identify the taxonomic information and gene family information. Further, we have identified the receptors involved...
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Motif and Pathway Identification with Designing Novel Ligands for Filippi Syndrome

Swathi Manjunath, Milan Khandelwal, I. A. Shylesh Murthy, Preenon Bagchi
Filippi Syndrome is a rare genetic developmental disorder caused by defective mutations in the Cytoskeleton Associated Protein 2 Like (CKAP2L) gene. This disorder manifests with a range of symptoms, including abnormalities in digits and craniofacial features, intellectual disability, and growth retardation,...
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Quantum Computing in Healthcare and Medicines

Chaitali Dhande, Preenon Bagchi
As compare to the Classical Computer, Quantum Computer are more efficient, accurate and having high-performance quality which makes Quantum Computer to stand different. In Quantum Computer, the basic unit of information is qubits which exist in the superposition state whereas in Classical Computer, the...