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Naturally Occurring Xanthones: Chemistry and Biology
Xanthones are one of the biggest classes of compounds in natural product chemistry. A number of xanthones have been isolated from natural sources of higher plants, fungi, ferns, and lichens. TheyExpand
Lichens as a potential natural source of bioactive compounds: a review
Biological activity of material whether known in folk medicine or observed in planned screening program has been the starting point in the drug research. The general pattern is the isolation ofExpand
Hair growth and rejuvenation: An overview
Abstract Hair has psychological and sociological importance throughout the ages in framing the personality and general appearance of an individual. Significant progress is being made on discoveringExpand
Supramolecular phospholipids-polyphenolics interactions: the PHYTOSOME strategy to improve the bioavailability of phytochemicals.
The poor and/or erratic oral bioavailability of polyphenolics can be improved using the PHYTOSOME delivery system, a strategy that enhances the rate and the extent of solubilization into aqueousExpand
Preparation and characterization of phospholipid complexes of naringenin for effective drug delivery
Naringenin is a flavonoid specific to citrus fruits and possesses anti-inflammatory, anticarcinogenic, and antitumour effects. But due to a lower half-life and rapid clearance from the body, frequentExpand
Development and physicochemical evaluation of pharmacosomes of diclofenac
Development and physicochemical evaluation of pharmacosomes of diclofenac Pharmacosomes are amphiphilic lipid vesicular systems that have shown their potential in improving the bioavailability ofExpand
Pharmacosomes: the lipid-based new drug delivery system
Lipid-based drug delivery systems have been investigated in various studies and shown their potential in controlled and targeted drug delivery. Pharmacosomes are amphiphilic phospholipid complexes ofExpand
Rutin-phospholipid complex: an innovative technique in novel drug delivery system- NDDS.
Biopharmaceutical properties together with potency contribute critically towards clinical efficacy of the drugs by influencing the dissolution and bioavailability. The aim of this study was toExpand
A new secoiridoid glycoside from Lonicera angustifolia.
A new secoiridoid glycoside, 6'-O-beta-apiofuranosylsweroside (1), together with the known compounds sweroside, loganin, beta-sitosterol, oleanolic acid, ursolic acid and methyl-4-hydroxy benzoateExpand
Development and Evaluation of Pharmacosomes of Aceclofenac
Pharmacosomes are amphiphilic lipid vesicular systems containing phospholipid complexes with a potential to improve bioavailability of poorly water soluble as well as poorly lipophilic drugs. ToExpand