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The chemistry and pharmacology of Cleome genus: A review.
BACKGROUND Since ancient times, species of Cleome genus are used to cure various ailments in human beings and same is stated in traditional treatises. Each part of the plant has its own significance,Expand
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Wound healing potential of Cleome viscosa Linn. seeds extract and isolation of active constituent
Abstract Ethnopharmacological relevance Cleome viscosa Linn., commonly known as Hurhur, is used in traditional system of medicine in healing of wounds. Aim There was no scientific proof confirmingExpand
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Pharmacognostical and Physicochemical Analysis of Cleome viscosa L. Seeds
Aim: The seeds of Cleome viscosa L. are used to treat tumor, emesis, diarrhea, epilepsy and hyperthermia. Seeds are used to heal wound also. In order to ensure the use of only genuine and uniformExpand
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Cleome viscosa Linn (Capparaceae): a review.
Cleome viscosa Linn. (Capparaceae) called as “Hurhur” is an annual, sticky herb found in plains of India, Africa, and Pakistan etc as a common weed. Plant and its parts (leaves, seeds, roots etc.)Expand
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Coating of Polypropylene Nonwovens with Acrylic Copolymers
Spun bonded polypropylene (PP) has several advantages, such as low density, chemical resistance, mildew and stain resistance, good dimensional stability, and low cost. However, it has someExpand
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Quantification of the secondary metabolites by HPTLC, analgesic and antipyretic activity evaluation of Ficus racemosa L. leaves
There have been no reports of simultaneous quantification of kaempferol and quercetin in Ficus racemosa L. Objective of the present work included to perform extraction using petroleum ether (PEE) andExpand
Aripiprazole: An FDA Approved Bioactive Compound to treat schizophrenia-A Mini Review.
OBJECTIVE Aripiprazole,a synthetic compound, obtained by chemical modification of the structure of quinolinone is considered as an atypical antipsychotic drug. The present review is an attempt toExpand
Isolation, characterization and quantification of a bioactive compound from Cleome viscosa L. seeds by HPTLC-Densitometric method
Abstract Aim The current study presents the first report of isolation of bioactive compound (salicylic acid) from seeds of Cleome viscosa L. confirmed by its characterization by infrared (IR)Expand
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