Proceedings of the Conference on Natural Resources And Life Sciences 2022 (NRLS-BIO 2022)

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Peer-Review Statements

Johan Sukweenadhi, Finna Setiawan
All of the articles in this proceedings volume have been presented at the 4th International Conference on Natural Resources and Life Sciences (NRLS) 2022 during 24-26th August, 2023 in University of Surabaya (2 days online seminar and 1 day onsite workshop). These articles have been peer reviewed by...
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Systematic Literature Review: Side Effect of Moringa oleifera Lam.

Deborah Felinda Hari Wijaya, Alfian Hendra Krisnawan, Oeke Yunita, Krisyanti Budipramana, Karina Citra Rani, Nikmatul Ikhrom Eka Jayani
Moringa oleifera Lam. (Drumstick tree) is a herbal plant commonly found in subtropical and tropical areas such as Indonesia. Moringa plants have been widely used because they have many pharmacological effects. In addition, due to the high consumption of Moringa, there still needs to be monitoring regarding...
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Meta-Analysis on the effectiveness of the Use of Prophylactic Antibiotics in Preventing Surgical Site Infection in Patients with Hernia Surgery

Heru Wijono, Febryza Kristin, Beryl Bayanaka Agustha Peerera, Fauna Herawati, Rika Yulia
The administration of prophylactic antibiotics in hernia surgery patients is currently controversial, with varying opinions regarding their necessity. The European Hernia Society guideline does not recommend prophylactic antibiotics in patients with hernia surgery, while recent studies found that prophylactic...
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Analysis of Factors Affecting Adherence to Anti-Retroviral Treatment among HIV/AIDS Out-patients at the Dinoyo Public Health Centre

Annisa Lazuardy, Yosi Irawati Wibowo, Adji Prayitno Setiadi
There is an increasing prevalence of HIV/AIDS cases in Indonesia, particularly in Malang City, a tourist and educational destination. This study aimed to identify the characteristics of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) as well as to analyze their adherence to anti-retroviral (ARV) treatment and the...
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In Silico Evaluation of Soybean Protein as Bioactive Peptide for Anti-Thrombotic Agent by Molecular Docking Study

Fadilla Sherlyna, Muhammad Ilham Fahri, Arief Koeswanto, Dandan Wang
Cardiovascular Diseases (CVDs) are a growing global concern, including in Indonesia. By 2021, strokes were the leading cause of cardiovascular diseases (CVD), affecting 87% of the global population, while in 2018, 33.3% of Indonesians experienced CVD primarily due to strokes. Thrombolysis mediated by...
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Study of the Potential Use of Fermentation Methods to Increase Antioxidant and Antibacterial Activity of Fruit Peels: A Review

Merry Meryam Martgrita, Nehemia Roito Hutajulu, Hanna Gretty Manik, Adelina Manurung
Food industry waste, especially fruit peels, increases every year and their disposal can cause environmental pollution that can affect health. Fruit peels are known to contain antioxidant and antibacterial compounds, and their utilization can provide more value to fruit peel waste. This literature review...
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Estimation of Shelf-life of Porang Glucomannan Analog Rice By Accelerated Shelf-life Testing (ASLT) Method

Michael Surya Dharma, Yayon Pamula Mukti, Gisela Buschle-Diller, Ardhia Deasy Rosita Dewi
Analog rice is rice made from some or all non-rice ingredients and was created as a food diversification product so that it can be an alternative staple food to replace rice produced from rice. The shelf-life of food products can be determined using the ASLT method, which in principle accelerates the...
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Fortification of Dayak Onion Extract (Eleutherine palmifolia (L.) Merr.) to Jelly Drink as a Functional Food

Yayon Pamula Mukti, Berliana Yusup, Ardhia Deasy Rosita Dewi, Se Chan Kang
Indonesia is a nation characterized by a diverse array of plant species that possess notable health benefits. Among these botanical resources is the Dayak onion, scientifically known as Eleutherine palmifolia (L.) Merr. The Dayak Tribe – an indigenous people of Borneo’s island has historically utilized...
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The Effect of Bajakah Tampala Stem (Spatholobus littoralis Hassk) Extract on Clotting Time in Vitro

Noza N. Moyananda, Rachmad P. Armanto, Mariana Wahjudi
Wounds that are not treated immediately will have a risk for the patient; the risk is infection. The risk of this infection can be reduced by stopping the bleeding as soon as possible. One way to accelerate the bleeding to stop is by giving haemostatic agents. One source of this haemostatic agent can...
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Analysis of Consumer Knowledge and Needs For Herbal Information

Oeke Yunita, Erlin Theterissa
Worldwide, the use of herbal medications is still growing quickly as more customers turn to these treatments for a variety of health issues. It is projected that the global market for Indonesian traditional medicinal products, of which more than half are herbal medicines, will grow. Unfortunately, there...
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Bst polymerase enhancement a bioinformatics approach to improve Bst polymerase characteristics

Jonathan, Ernest Suryadjaja, Sulistyo Emantoko D. Putra
DNA polymerase is a remarkably incredible invention in the biotechnology field. Since its discovery, molecular genetic-based research has been growing rapidly. Various methods for molecular-based diagnostics have been developed since. One of which is Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification; this method...
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Methylation Specific PCR (MSP): Nested PCR vs Unnested PCR

Farizky Martriano Humardani, Lisa Thalia Mulyanata, Lady Theresa Adeodata Tanaya, Risma Ikawaty, Heru Wijono, Hikmawan Wahyu Sulistomo, Dini Kesuma, Sulistyo Emantoko Dwi Putra
Methylation-specific PCR (MSP) is a valuable technique for studying DNA methylation patterns due to its straightforward design and implementation, high sensitivity in detecting methylated DNA, and ability to analyze large sample sizes cost-effectively rapidly. However, researchers need to be cautious...
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Natural Products Isolated from Various Parts of Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.) as Therapeutic Agent: A Review

Arif Nur Muhammad Ansori, Yulanda Antonius, Ahmad Affan Ali Murtadlo, Viol Dhea Kharisma, Bayyinatul Muchtaromah, Muhammad Khaliim Jati Kusala, Dora Dayu Rahma Turista, Imam Rosadi, Vikash Jakhmola, Maksim Rebezov, Tarun Parashar, Rahadian Zainul
This review provides a comprehensive analysis of the therapeutic potential of natural products derived from mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana L.). Mangosteen, a tropical fruit native to Southeast Asia, has long been valued for its medicinal properties. The review focuses on the isolation and characterization...
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Identification of ACE1 Inhibitor Derived from Ashitaba’s Chalcones: An in Silico Approach

Thomas Alessandro, Yulanda Antonius, Ardhia Deasy Rosita Dewi, Sin War Naw, Prita Ayu Kusumawardhany, Lanny Kusuma Widjaja, Hazrul Iswadi, Mariana Wahjudi
The angiotensin-converting enzyme, ACE1, is one of enzymes important to blood pressure modulation. The inhibition of protein responsible for blood pressure regulation, the angiotensin-converting enzyme, ACE1, is considered as a method to alleviate the hypertension condition Ashitaba plant might be potent...
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Patchouli Alcohol Optimization from Pogostemon cablin Benth. cv. Sidikalang Leaves Using Response Surface Methodology

Mochammad Firmansyah, Feri Irwansyah, Krisyanti Budipramana, Mochammad Arbi Hadiyat, Ida Bagus Made Artadana, Popy Hartatie Hardjo
The demand for essential oils in the industrial sector continues to increase, proportional to the number of people using them. Pogostemon cablin popularly known as nilam in Indonesia produces patchouli oil with patchouli alcohol as the major compound. Patchouli oil has been used for a long time as perfume...
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Explant surface sterilization protocol for micropropagation of Amorphophallus muelleri Blume

Fenny Irawati, Agnes Natalia Wijaya, Anggi Manurung, Michael Anthony Thongiratama, Wina Dian Savitri, Popy Hartatie Hardjo
The success of tissue culture is greatly influenced by the explant surface sterilization technique. The presence of bacterial and fungi contamination, and the occurrence of browning on the explants can interfere with the process of culture propagation. High concentration of sterilant agents will inhibit...
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Utilization of Tempeh Extract as an Organic Supplement Alternative for Banana Tissue Culture

Alexander Willy Dimaswarabrata, Anastasia Tatik Hartanti, Listya Utami Karmawan
The addition of organic materials to tissue culture media has been known to have a positive impact on plant growth. However, a tissue culture medium utilizing organic supplements originating from Indonesia as its specialty, such as tempeh, has not been discovered. This study aims to determine the effect...
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Anti-Inflammatory and Mucolytic Activity Test of Ethanol Extract Fennel Leaf (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.)

Syifatul Lutviani, Ita Nur Anisa, Andreanus A. Soemardji
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a progressive lung disease characterized by chronic bronchitis, airway thickening, and emphysema. There are several main mechanisms of COPD, namely chronic inflammatory processes in the airways, oxidative stress, and disturbances in the balance between...
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LFER and 3D-QSAR Analysis of Febrifugine Derivatives against Plasmodium falciparum FCR-3 Strain

Nur Aina, Tegar Achsendo Yuniarta, Dini Kesuma
Malaria is a serious disease caused by Plasmodium through the bite of the female Anopheles mosquito. Due to resistance to artemisin, a first-line antimalarial, new compounds are needed. This study aims to obtain a QSAR model from febrifugine derivatives against the Plasmodium falciparum FCR-3 strain....
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Natural Dyes as Photosensitizers of Propionibacterium acnes

Asmiyenti Djaliasrin Djalil, Aqshal Pramudya Susanto, Rizal Nandha Arisugita, Binar Asrining Dhiani, Muhammad Faris Maulidan, Irfan Zamzani
The patient’s quality of life may be negatively impacted by the high prevalence of acne vulgaris among adolescents. Acne vulgaris is a skin condition in which hair follicles become clogged with dead skin cells, bacteria, and natural facial oils. It has been demonstrated that acne antibiotics raise antibacterial...
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Formulation of Chewable Gummy Tablet of Moringa oleifera L. Leaf Extract Using Combination Kappa Carrageenan and Iota Carrageenan

Nabilaberty Prisma Gemilang, Nikmatul Ikhrom Eka Jayani, Karina Citra Rani
Moringa leaves were the most commonly used part of the Moringa plant because they were rich in nutrients. Moringa leaves extract was developed into a chewable gummy tablet to improve its acceptability. The main component of the chewable gummy tablet was a gelling agent. This study aims to determine the...
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Stability and antioxidant tests of ethanol extract liposome of moringa leaves (Moringa oleifera)

Robert Tungadi, Teti Sutriyati Tuloli, Sri Manovita Pateda
Moringa leaf potentially has an antioxidant effect because it contains Quercetin having poorsolubility in water. Liposomes as carriers of drug compounds can increase the solubility of quercetin through an entrapment system in the lipid bilayer. This study aimed to determine the stability and antioxidant...