Center of Excellence

Life Science

Our team conduct research and development in computational biology, nano-processing, and nano-formulation of natural products with integrated nanotechnology-based-laboratory facilities and high-performance computerized. Our research aims at creating innovative natural drug, supplement and cosmetic products based on nanotechnology that dedicated to the future human health and life sciences. Our team members consist of multidisiplinary background in sciences (chemistry, biology, pharmacy and chemical engineering) and we work together to promote state-of-the-art research.


We utilize the computational method that allows us to comprehend preliminary studies and apply them to experimental systems such as cells and animal models to elucidate mechanisms of human metabolism. We used them to choose the best natural product and combined with nano-processing to create new innovative natural drugs, supplements, or cosmetics products for human health.

Vision

Innovate to research and develop life sciences field

Mission

  • Be a productive research and development division in life sciences field, to produce influential scientific publications and innovative natural products through integrated laboratory with advances facilities.
  • Provide consulting services and development of natural supplement and/or cosmetics to produce the new health products through the use of nanotechnology and computational modeling
  • Establish good collaboration and cooperation with other CoE divisions in Nano Center Indonesia foundation, also with other educational or research institutions in Indonesia and international (global)
  • Improve the quality and capacity of CoE Life Sciences human resources that are excellent, competent, qualified, and with integrity
Director of CoE Life Sciences

Dr. Etik Mardliyati, M.Eng.

etik@nano.or.id

Putri Hawa Syaifie, M.Si.

putri@nano.or.id

Nofa Mardia N. K., M.Si.

nofa@nano.or.id

Donny Ramadhan, S.Si, M.Si.

donny.ramadhan@nano.or.id

Adzani Gaisani A., S.Biotek

gaisani.arda@nano.or.id

M. Miftah Jauhar, S.Si.

mmiftahjauhar@nano.or.id

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Collaboration

Horacio Perez Sanchez, Ph.D

Supervisor principle of Structural Bioinformatics and High Performance Computing Research Group (BIO-HPC)
http://bio-hpc.eu/members/horacio/

Isa Anshori, Ph.D

Supervisor principle of Lab-on-Chip Research group, STEI ITB
https://labonchip.itb.ac.id/

Dr. Mega Safithri

Lecturer and researcher at biochemistry department, Bogor Agricultural Univeristy
https://scholar.google.co.id/citations?user= gawnlA0AAAAJ&hl=id

Paula Mariana Kustiawan

Lecturer and researcher at Pharmacy department, Muhammadiyah University of East Kalimantan
https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=xkQSVs0AAAAJ&hl=en

Our

Publications

Articles

Title
Harisna, A. H., Nurdiansyah, R., Syaifie, P. H., Nugroho, D. W., Saputro, K. E., Firdayani, Prakoso, C. D., Rochman, N. T., Maulana, N. N., Noviyanto, A., & Mardliyati, E. (2021). In silico investigation of potential inhibitors to main protease and spike protein of SARS-CoV-2 in propolis. Biochemistry and Biophysics Reports, 26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.bbrep.2021.100969
Syaifie, P. H., Harisna, A. H., Nasution, M. A. F., Arda, A. G., Nugroho, D. W., Jauhar, M. M., Mardliyati, E., Maulana, N. N., Rochman, N. T., Noviyanto, A., Banegas-Luna, A. J., & Pérez-Sánchez, H. (2022). Computational Study of Asian Propolis Compounds as Potential Anti-Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Agents by Using Inverse Virtual Screening with the DIA-DB Web Server, Tanimoto Similarity Analysis, and Molecular Dynamic Simulation. Molecules, 27(13), 3972. https://doi.org/10.3390/molecules27133972
Syaifie, P. H., Hemasita, A. W., Nugroho, D. W., Mardliyati, E., & Anshori, I. (2022). In silico investigation of propolis compounds as potential neuroprotective agent Biointerface Research in Applied Chemistry, 12(6), 8285–8306. https://doi.org/10.33263/BRIAC126.82858306
Kaswati, N.M Ningsih, Bintang, M., & Mardliyati, E. (2021). Nanochitosan-Propolis And Its Activity Test Of Invitro Cell Proliferation And In 4 Vivo Wound Healing. IOSR Journal Of Pharmacy And Biological Sciences (IOSR-JPBS, 16(2), 1–12. https://doi.org/10.9790/3008-1602030112
In Silico Investigation Of Xanthone Derivative Potency In Inhibiting Carbonic Anhydrase Ii (Ca Ii) Using Molecular Docking And Molecular Dynamics (Md) Simulation
In Silico Study of Natural Xanthones as Potential Inhibitors of Alpha-Glucosidase and Alpha-Amylase

Patents

Title Patent No.
Nanopropolis Terenkapsulasi dalam Nanokitosan dan Metode Pembuatannya P0020218275
Metode pembuatan nanopartikel bahan aktif herbal terjerap dalam nanostructured lipid carrier (NLC) P0020225467