Badri Prakash Nagori

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ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The whole plant of Fagonia schweinfurthii (Hadidi) Hadidi (Family: Zygophyllaceae) is used in variety of diseases including hepatic ailments in deserts and dry areas of India. AIM OF THE STUDY To evaluate antioxidant and hepatoprotective activity of ethanolic extract from Fagonia schweinfurthii (Hadidi) Hadidi (FSEE) in(More)
Human gene therapy is the introduction of new genetic material into the cells of an individual with the intention of producing a therapeutic benefit for the patient. Deoxyribonucleic acid and ribonucleic acid are used in gene therapy. Over time and with proper oversight, human gene therapy might become an effective weapon in modern medicine's arsenal to(More)
Capparis decidua (frock) Edgew (family Capparidaceae) is a xerophytic shrub, commonly known as karrel or ker, whose bark and shoot are used as analgesic, anti-inflammatory, hypolipidemic, and antidiabetic agents. The plant contains generous quantities of alkaloids. An alcoholic extract of aerial parts of C. decidua, including flowers and fruits, was(More)
ABSTRACT A series of analogue and derivatives of heterocyclic bearing nitrogen, oxygen and oxazole moieties constitutes the core structure of a several biological active compounds. Oxazole containing heterocyclic compounds plays an important role in medicinal chemistry and exhibit wide range of biological activities. Benzoxazole Nucleus have been reported(More)
OBJECTIVE Generic drugs are identical or bioequivalent versions of the brand name drugs. They are the economic alternative of the costlier brand name drugs. This article presents a general overview of the procedure and regulatory aspects relating to generic drug approval in the US. METHODS A computerized search was conducted to find literature on generic(More)
Ziziyphus nummularia (family: Rhamnaceae) is a thorny small bush, grows in abundance in the grazing lands of the arid areas of Rajasthan, India. It is an important ethnomedicinal plant of the Thar Desert; local inhabitants use every part of the plant as medicine. Kernels are prescribed in pregnancy as soporific, antiemetic and for relieving abdominal pain.(More)
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE [corrected] Euphorbia caducifolia is a Euphorbiaceae species native to Thar Desert of India, where latex of E. caducifolia (ECL) is used by the local inhabitants for treatment of bleeding wound, cutaneous eruption and other skin diseases. Looking to the medicinal importance of the plant, it was considered worthwhile to(More)
A new reverse phase high performance liquid chromatography method for the simultaneous estimation of frusemide and amiloride hydrochloride in tablet formulation is developed. The determination was carried out on a HIQ SIL, C18 (250×4.6 mm, 5 µm) column using a mobile phase of 50 mM phosphate buffer solution:acetonitrile (50:50 v/v, pH 3.0). The flow rate(More)
Aerva lanata (L.) A. L. Juss. ex Schultes. (Amaranthaceae) locally known as 'bui' is an erect or prostrate undershrub with a long tap-root and many wolly-tomentose branches, found in the wild, throughout India. In traditional medicine the plant is used in cough, strangury (slow to be and painful discharge of urine), headache and urolithiasis. The(More)
Article history: Received on: 26/01/2013 Revised on: 19/02/2013 Accepted on: 04/03/2013 Available online: 30/03/2013 The present study aims to investigate the antidiabetic activity of roots of Cayratia trifolia (L.) Domin in alloxan induced diabetic rats. Phytochemical studies showed the presence of steroids, flavonoids and alkaloids in petroleum ether,(More)