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Dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including animal models

Dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including animal models
Dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including animal models
Although biological and pharmacological effects of dietary natural products have been intensively studied, there has been no bibliometric analysis performed on this research field up to now. The current study has aimed to identify and analyze the manuscripts on dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including studies using animal models. Data, including words from titles and abstracts, publication and citation data, have been extracted from Web of Science database and analyzed by the VOSviewer software. Our search has yielded 1,014 manuscripts. The ratio of original articles to reviews was identified to be 1.5:1. Over half of the manuscripts have been published since 2010. The manuscripts have been contributed by 4,301 authors from 1,445 organizations in 76 countries/territories and published in 499 journals. The results from the current study point out that scientific research focusing on the potential of dietary natural products to affect health and disease status (including animal model studies) is expanding, and suggests an increasing significance of this scientific area. With the progressive development and improvement of animal studies, it should be expected that animal models of different human diseases (especially civilization ones) would be an integral part of the research for the evaluation of pharmaceuticals originated from dietary natural products like plants or plant materials. Moreover, natural products can also be fed to animals to improve the quality of animal products, with numerous resulting functional effects.
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Yeung, Andy Wai Kan, Aggarwal, B.B., Barreca, Davide, Battino, Maurizio, Belwal, Tarun, Horbanczuk, Olaf K., Berindan-Neagoe, Ioana, Bishayee, Anupam, Daglia, Maria, Devkota, Hari Prasad, Echeverria, Javier, El-Demerdash, Amr, Orhan, Ilkay Erdogan, Godfrey, Keith, Gupta, Vijai Kumar, Horbanczuk, Jaroslaw O., Modlinski, Jacek A., Huber, Lukas A., Huminiecki, Lukasz, Jozwik, Artur, Marchewka, Joanna, Miller, Mark J S, Mocan, Andrei, Mozos, Ioana, Nabavi, Seyed Fazel, Nabavi, Seyed Mohammed, Pieczynska, Magdalena D., Pittala, Valeria, Rengasamy, Kannan R.R., Sanches Silva, Ana, Sheridan, Helen, Stankiewicz, Adrian M., Strzalkowska, Nina, Sureda, Antoni, Tewari, Devesh, Weissig, Volkmar, Zengin, Gokhan and Atanasov, A.G. (2018) Dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including animal models. Animal Science Papers and Reports. (In Press)

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Although biological and pharmacological effects of dietary natural products have been intensively studied, there has been no bibliometric analysis performed on this research field up to now. The current study has aimed to identify and analyze the manuscripts on dietary natural products and their potential to influence health and disease including studies using animal models. Data, including words from titles and abstracts, publication and citation data, have been extracted from Web of Science database and analyzed by the VOSviewer software. Our search has yielded 1,014 manuscripts. The ratio of original articles to reviews was identified to be 1.5:1. Over half of the manuscripts have been published since 2010. The manuscripts have been contributed by 4,301 authors from 1,445 organizations in 76 countries/territories and published in 499 journals. The results from the current study point out that scientific research focusing on the potential of dietary natural products to affect health and disease status (including animal model studies) is expanding, and suggests an increasing significance of this scientific area. With the progressive development and improvement of animal studies, it should be expected that animal models of different human diseases (especially civilization ones) would be an integral part of the research for the evaluation of pharmaceuticals originated from dietary natural products like plants or plant materials. Moreover, natural products can also be fed to animals to improve the quality of animal products, with numerous resulting functional effects.

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Accepted/In Press date: 5 December 2018

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Local EPrints ID: 426833
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/426833
PURE UUID: f69a961a-8394-4000-b111-71b4e2fdaea6
ORCID for Keith Godfrey: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-4643-0618

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Date deposited: 13 Dec 2018 12:20
Last modified: 11 Apr 2019 00:38

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Contributors

Author: Andy Wai Kan Yeung
Author: B.B. Aggarwal
Author: Davide Barreca
Author: Maurizio Battino
Author: Tarun Belwal
Author: Olaf K. Horbanczuk
Author: Ioana Berindan-Neagoe
Author: Anupam Bishayee
Author: Maria Daglia
Author: Hari Prasad Devkota
Author: Javier Echeverria
Author: Amr El-Demerdash
Author: Ilkay Erdogan Orhan
Author: Keith Godfrey ORCID iD
Author: Vijai Kumar Gupta
Author: Jaroslaw O. Horbanczuk
Author: Jacek A. Modlinski
Author: Lukas A. Huber
Author: Lukasz Huminiecki
Author: Artur Jozwik
Author: Joanna Marchewka
Author: Mark J S Miller
Author: Andrei Mocan
Author: Ioana Mozos
Author: Seyed Fazel Nabavi
Author: Seyed Mohammed Nabavi
Author: Magdalena D. Pieczynska
Author: Valeria Pittala
Author: Kannan R.R. Rengasamy
Author: Ana Sanches Silva
Author: Helen Sheridan
Author: Adrian M. Stankiewicz
Author: Nina Strzalkowska
Author: Antoni Sureda
Author: Devesh Tewari
Author: Volkmar Weissig
Author: Gokhan Zengin
Author: A.G. Atanasov

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