Pallab Kalita

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AIM OF THE STUDY Most people especially in rural areas depend on herbal medicines to treat many diseases including inflammation-related ailments such as rheumatism, muscle swelling, cut wound, accidental bone fracture, insect bites, pains and burn by fire and hot water. The objectives of this study were: to catalog ethno-medicinal plants of Lohit community,(More)
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE Medicinal plants have played an important role in treating and preventing a variety of diseases throughout the world. Khampti tribal people living in the far-flung Lohit district of the Eastern Arunachal Himalaya, India still depend on medicinal plants and most of them have a general knowledge of medicinal plants which are(More)
AIM OF THE STUDY Chloranthus erectus (Buch.-Ham.) Verdcourt (Chloranthaceae) is a shrub native to tropical and temperate zone of Eastern Himalaya of India and South-East Asia and have traditionally been used as a folklore medicine to treat localised swelling, joint pain, skin inflammation, fever and bodyache. In this study, an attempt has been made to(More)
Plan: Present work aims to synthesize a series of new benimidazoles (SBS-am) with various substitutions at 2-o-amino phenyl position and to evaluate their in-vitro antibacterial and anti-fungal activity. Prologue: Benzimidazole containing organic compounds forms a significant group of drugs which exhibit an array of biological activities ranging from(More)
OBJECTIVE The main objective of this work was to study the antipyretic and antibacterial activity of C. erectus (Buch.-Ham.) Verdcourt leaf extract in an experimental albino rat model. MATERIALS AND METHODS The methanol extract of C. erectus leaf (MECEL) was evaluated for its antipyretic potential on normal body temperature and Brewer's yeast-induced(More)
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