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Anti-inflammatory potential of flavonoids from Hemigraphis colorata

@inproceedings{Adangampurath2018AntiinflammatoryPO,
  title={Anti-inflammatory potential of flavonoids from Hemigraphis colorata},
  author={Shahid Adangampurath and S. Sudhakaran},
  year={2018}
}
Available online on http://www.ijlsci.in ISSN: 2320-964X (Online) ISSN: 2320-7817 (Print) Agents that inhibit inflammatory mediators are highly recommended in the development of anti-inflammatory drugs. Flavonoids are large class of secondary metabolites around 10,000 structures, possess anti-inflammatory and various other properties which are valuable to human beings. In this study, different fractions of Hemigraphis colorata were collected based on increasing polarity and quantified the… Expand
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