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Self emulsifying systems: A review
As a consequence of modern drug discovery techniques, there has been a steady increase in the number of new pharmacologically active lipophilic compounds that are poorly water soluble. It is a greatExpand
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Chemical analysis of a fodder tree leaves (Millettia auriculata).
Millettia auriculata Baker ex Brandis belongs to leguminosae family. Its Hindi name is Gauj or Gonj. It is a sub-erect shrub, more often a woody climber, found throughout the sub-Himalayan tract. ItExpand
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A review on solid dispersion: a modern formulation approach in drug delivery system
Drugs those are given as solid dosage form and having low solubility often have a lack of flexibility in drug formulation and administration. The dissolution rate could be the rate-limiting processExpand
Himalayan diversity: An ethnopoetic medicinal plant
Picrorhiza kurroa Royle ex Benth is an established medicinal plant. It is widespread from subalpine to alpine region of India as well. Medicinal properties due to the presence of iridoid glycosides,Expand
Tinospora cordifolia (Giloy) - Therapeutic Uses and Importance: A review
Natural products having medicinal value are gaining more importance in clinical research now days due to their better pharmacological response and no side effects as compared to allopathic drugs.Expand
Biosurfactants: the next generation biomolecules for diverse applications
Biosurfactants are surface-active biomolecules, produced by various microbes and play an imperative role in different fields. A lot of research work is going on including media optimizationExpand
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Development and characterization of surface solid dispersion of curcumin for solubility enhancement
Surface solid dispersion (SSD) of curcumin was developed and characterized with purview to overcome solubility hurdle in its pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic performance. SSDs were prepared byExpand
Dying and Dwindling of Non-glacial Fed Rivers Under Climate Change (A Case Study from the Upper Kosi Watershed, Central Himalaya, India)
A large number of the Himalayan watersheds which are densely populated are drained by the network of non-glacial fed rivers. Due to anthropogenically accelerated climate change, the tributary riversExpand
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