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    Develop Herbal Diabetes, Surabaya Lecturer Wins World

    Sunday, January 10, 2016, January 10, 2016 EDT Last Updated 2016-01-11T03:21:11Z
    Surabaya - Lecturer Department of Chemistry Institute of Technology (ITS) Surabaya, Sri Fatmawati, an international award-winning Early Chemist Award. Therefore, he developed the use of natural ingredients extracts of various herbs for medicinal ingredients diabetes.
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    "Degree delivered in the event of The International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies 2015, in Honolulu, Hawaii, December 20, 2015, it is an appreciation for us," said researcher of organic chemistry, natural materials that, in Surabaya, East Java, as quoted from Between Sunday (10/01/2016).

    Early Chemist Award is an award for young researchers in the field of chemistry and the science of spectroscopy. The award was given to 40 researchers who have a track record and most publications were submitted in chemistry congress.

    In the 5th annual congress that there are about 8,000 papers from 71 countries in Asia Pacific listed in the Pacific Basin Chemical Congress Fatma 2015. In addition, there are five other Indonesian researchers who won the same award.

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    In front of the congress participants, Fatma who also bears the title 'Most Inspiring Women' in Kartini Award 2015 was presented a paper on the use of natural ingredients extracts of various herbs as medicine diabetes.

    "We isolated the active compound from the plant, the extract is then examined its inhibitory process is an enzyme that causes blood sugar levels to go up or trigger complications of diabetes," said Fatma.

    As a first step, a woman from Madura award winning L'Oreal Women in Science in 2013 that selects a variety of plants that have the potential as a diabetes drug in Indonesia.

    "We are a rich country, life with incredible natural potential. I tried to take advantage of what society is used as a medicine and want to prove it scientifically," revealed him.

    However, research conducted is still basic research, so the results still need to be investigated further before used as a drug and mass-produced.

    "Our research has not reached the clinical stage. There are many other phases that must be passed to a compound known as a drug," said the winner of a PhD degree from the University of Kyushu, Japan's.

    He said he was happy to participate in the largest chemical congress. In addition to the cost of accommodation that has been provided, Fatma can meet with publishers such as Elsevier journal, the editors of the journal chemicals on board, until Nobel Prize in Chemistry.

    "That's where happiness, I met with world-class researchers, so as to spur themselves to better, and can motivate my students to be better than I am," added the mother of two children. source


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