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Adaptogenic effect of Bacopa monniera (Brahmi)
It is concluded that the standardized extract of B. monniera possesses a potent adaptogenic activity against acute and chronic stress models in rats, and pretreatment with higher dose significantly reversed CS-induced changes in ulcer index, adrenal gland weight, CK, and AST.
Anti-stress effects of Ginkgo biloba and Panax ginseng: a comparative study.
G. biloba is more effective in AS, whereas for CS, P. ginseng will be a better option, and these extracts possess significant anti-stress properties and can be used for the treatment of stress-induced disorders.
Comparative study of perturbations of peripheral markers in different stressors in rats.
It is clear that AS causes maximum activation of energy metabolism, which becomes specific after habituation in prolonged CS and CS and CUS significantly increased the ulcer index, adrenal gland mass, and corticosterone.
Antidyslipidemic activity of polyprenol from Coccinia grandis in high-fat diet-fed hamster model.
It was concluded that the compound polyprenol (1) isolated from leaves of C. grandis possess marked antidyslipidemic activity.
Syntheses and evaluation of glucosyl aryl thiosemicarbazide and glucosyl thiosemicarbazone derivatives as antioxidant and anti-dyslipidemic agents.
A series of N-per-O-acetyl-glucosyl arylthiosemicarbazide and thiosemicarbazone derivatives have been synthesized and evaluated for their in vivo anti-dyslipidemic and in vitro antioxidant
Novel coumarin derivatives as potential antidyslipidemic agents.
A series of novel benzocoumarin derivatives were synthesized and evaluated for their in vivo antidyslipidemic and in vitro antioxidant activities. Among 11 compounds tested, 2 compounds showed potent
Design and synthesis of novel indole-chalcone fibrates as lipid lowering agents.
A series of novel indole-chalcone fibrates synthesized and their hypolipidemic activity was evaluated in triton WR-1339 induced hyperlipidemic rat model, suggesting that these new hybrid architectures may serve as promising leads for the development of next generation lipid lowering agents.
Antidyslipidemic effect and antioxidant activity of anthraquinone derivatives from Rheum emodi rhizomes in dyslipidemic rats
The effect of emodin on enzymes modulating lipid metabolism confirms and supports the efficiency of emmodin as a potent antidyslipidemic agent.
Antidyslipidemic and antioxidant activities of different fractions ofTerminalia arjuna stem bark
T. arjuna fractions at tested concentrations inhibited the oxidative degradation of lipids in human low density lipoprotein and rat liver microsomes induced by metal ions and counteracted the formation of superoxide anions and hydrodyl radicals in non enzymic test systems.
Antioxidant flavonoid glycosides from Evolvulus alsinoides.
EA may hold great potential in preventing clinical deterioration in stress induced oxidative load and related disorders, and has been evaluated for their in vitro antioxidant activity.