Baishakhi De

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Despite tremendous strides in modern medicine stringent control over insulin resistance or restoration of normoglycemia has not yet been achieved. With the growth of molecular biology, omics technologies, docking studies, and in silico pharmacology, modulators of enzymes and receptors affecting the molecular pathogenesis of the disease are being considered(More)
BACKGROUND Tulsi, Banyan, and Jamun are popular Indian medicinal plants with notable hypoglycemic potentials. Now the work reports chemo-profiling of the three species with in-vitro screening approach for natural enzyme inhibitors (NEIs) against enzymes pathogenic for type 2 diabetes. Further along with the chemometrics optimized extraction process(More)
BACKGROUND The world has witnessed growing complexities in disease scenario influenced by the drastic changes in host-pathogen- environment triadic relation. Pharmaceutical R&Ds are in constant search of novel therapeutic entities to hasten transition of drug molecules from lab bench to patient bedside. Extensive animal studies and human pharmacokinetics(More)
BACKGROUND This work reports the safety profiling, in vivo hypoglycemic and pharmacokinetic studies of three phytoceuticals viz. conventional and sustained release tablets and microspheres each containing a polyherbal product phytocomposite (PHC) as the active ingredient. PHC is prepared from the leaf extracts of Ficus benghalensis: Syzigium cumini: Ocimum(More)
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