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Naturally Occurring Xanthones: Chemistry and Biology
A review of the types, isolation, characterization, biological applications, and biosynthesis of naturally occurring xanthones isolated so far provides necessary foundation for further research and development of new medicines.
Recent Developments in Production and Biotechnological Applications of C-Phycocyanin
Recent findings about the sources and production of C-PC are described, with emphasis on specific techniques for extraction and purification, along with potential industrial applications in diagnostics, foods, cosmetics, and pharmaceutical industries.
Antidiabetic activity of an ethanol extract obtained from the stem bark of Psidium guajava (Myrtaceae).
Ethanol stem bark extract exhibited statistically significant hypoglycaemic activity in alloxan-induced hyperglycaemic rats but was devoid of significant hyp glucosecaemic effect in normal and normal glucose loaded rats (OGTT).
Chemical constituents of Asparagus
The article briefly reviews the isolated chemical constituents and the biological activities of the plant species, and the structural formula of isolated compounds and their distribution in the species studied are also given.
Studies on mucilage of Basella alba Linn.
The aim of present research work was to isolate the mucilage and evaluation of physicochemical characterization for as a standardization purpose and to explore the newer source of plant mucilage for industrial demand.
Antiinflammatory, Analgesic and Antipyretic Activities of Aerial Parts of Costus speciosus Koen
- S. Srivastava, P. Singh, K. Jha, G. Mishra, S. Srivastava, R. Khosa
- MedicineIndian journal of pharmaceutical sciences
It is revealed that methanol extract of Costus speciosus has significant antiinflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic activities.
Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. is Really a Plant of Heaven
The traditional knowledge or claims along with pharmacognostical, phytochemical, pharmacological and future aspects of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb are explored.
Antiasthmatic and antiallergic potential of methanolic extract of leaves of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb., Simaroubaceae
Inhibitionordecreasetherelease ofinflammatorymediatorspotentiatesthe antiasthmatic as well as antiallergic activity of methanolic extract of leaves of A. excelsa was shown to be significant.
Exploring the proximate composition, antioxidant, anti-Parkinson's and anti-inflammatory potential of two neglected and underutilized Mucuna species from India
VARIATION OF SOME PHYTOCHEMICALS IN METHI AND SAUNF PLANTS AT DIFFERENT STAGES OF DEVELOPMENT
The results indicate that the mature Methi and Saunf plants may provide a potential source of dietary antioxidant in comparison to the early stage plants and therefore their consumption may be increased.