Swati Parihar

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We studied anti-inflammatory effect of ethanolic extract of Solanum nigrum leaves and Ricinus communis root bark using chicken skin as model. Leaves of these plants were dried under shade and powdered. 5% Ethanol extracts were prepared using Soxhlet and injected intraperitoneally (400 mg/kg) 1 hour prior to the induction of inflammation. Inflammatory lesion(More)
Phenstatin analogues were synthesized on steroidal framework, for selective targeting of breast cancer cells. These analogues were evaluated for anticancer efficacy against breast cancer cell lines. Analogues 12 and 19 exhibited significant anticancer activity against MCF-7, hormone dependent breast cancer cell line. While analogues 10-14 exhibited(More)
Phytol, a diterpene alcohol was modified to several semisynthetic analogues. Some of the modifications were done logically to enhance lipophilicity of the molecule. Analogues 14, 16 and 18 exhibited antitubercular activity (MIC 15.6-50microg/mL) better than phytol (100microg/mL). The most potent analogue 18 was evaluated for in vivo toxicity in Swiss albino(More)
Combretastatin A4 analogues were synthesized on steroidal framework from gallic acid with a possibility of anti-breast cancer agents. Twenty two analogues were synthesized and evaluated for cytotoxicity against human breast cancer cell lines (MCF-7 & MDA-MB 231). The best analogue 22 showed potent antitubulin effect. Docking experiments also supported(More)
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