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Anti-oxidant, Anti-microbial Evaluation andGC-MS Analysis of Cyperus rotundus L.Rhizomes Chloroform Fraction

  title={Anti-oxidant, Anti-microbial Evaluation andGC-MS Analysis of Cyperus rotundus L.Rhizomes Chloroform Fraction},
  author={R Aeganathan and Ayyasamy Rayar and Sivagnanam Ilayaraja and Kalaivanan Prabakaran and Rajamanickam Manivannan},
  journal={American Journal of Ethnomedicine},
Introduction: Plant has been used for the treatment of diseases all over the world and is known to contain substances that can be used for therapeutic purposes or as precursors for the synthesis of useful drugs. Objective: To analyses chloroform extract of Cyperus rotundus rhizomes using GC-MS and to evaluate anti-oxidant, anti-microbial activities. Method: The dried rhizomes of C. rotundus extracted with 90% methanol (MeOH) (4 X 500 ml) under reflux and has subjected to column chromatography… 
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