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Farheen Badrealam Khan

Mohammad Azam Ansari

Shahab Uddin

Abdul Rasheed Palakott

Irfa Anwar

Ahmad Almatroudi

Mohammad N. Alomary

Faris Alrumaihi

Faris F. Aba Alkhayl

Saad Alghamdi

Khalid Muhammad

Chih-Yang Huang

Jayasimha Rayalu Daddam

Haroon Khan

Sajid Maqsood

Mohammed Akli Ayoub

Camel milk (CM) constitutes an important dietary source in the hot and arid regions of the world. CM is a colloidal mixture of nutritional components (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins, and minerals) and non-nutritional components (hormones, growth factors, cytokines, immunoglobulins, and exosomes). Although the majority of previous research has been focused on the nutritional components of CM; there has been immense interest in the non-nutritional components in the recent past. Reckoning with these, in this review, we have provided a glimpse of the recent trends in CM research endeavors and attempted to provide our perspective on the therapeutic efficacy of the nutritional and non-nutritional components of CM. Interestingly, with concerted efforts from the research fraternities, convincing evidence for the better understanding of the claimed traditional health benefits of CM can be foreseen with great enthusiasm and is indeed eagerly anticipated.

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Prospective Role of Bioactive Molecules and Exosomes in the Therapeutic Potential of Camel Milk against Human Diseases: An Updated Perspective
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Farheen Badrealam Khan

Mohammad Azam Ansari

Shahab Uddin

Abdul Rasheed Palakott

Irfa Anwar

Ahmad Almatroudi

Mohammad N. Alomary

Faris Alrumaihi

Faris F. Aba Alkhayl

Saad Alghamdi

Khalid Muhammad

Chih-Yang Huang

Jayasimha Rayalu Daddam

Haroon Khan

Sajid Maqsood

Mohammed Akli Ayoub

Prospective Role of Bioactive Molecules and Exosomes in the Therapeutic Potential of Camel Milk against Human Diseases: An Updated Perspective

Camel milk (CM) constitutes an important dietary source in the hot and arid regions of the world. CM is a colloidal mixture of nutritional components (proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, vitamins, and minerals) and non-nutritional components (hormones, growth factors, cytokines, immunoglobulins, and exosomes). Although the majority of previous research has been focused on the nutritional components of CM; there has been immense interest in the non-nutritional components in the recent past. Reckoning with these, in this review, we have provided a glimpse of the recent trends in CM research endeavors and attempted to provide our perspective on the therapeutic efficacy of the nutritional and non-nutritional components of CM. Interestingly, with concerted efforts from the research fraternities, convincing evidence for the better understanding of the claimed traditional health benefits of CM can be foreseen with great enthusiasm and is indeed eagerly anticipated.

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