Antimalarial Activity and Isolation of Phenolic Compound from Parkia biglobosa

@article{Builders2014AntimalarialAA,
  title={Antimalarial Activity and Isolation of Phenolic Compound from Parkia biglobosa},
  author={Modupe. I. Builders and Taiwo Emmanuel Alemika and John Chinyere Aguiyi},
  journal={IOSR Journal of Pharmacy and Biological Sciences},
  year={2014},
  volume={9},
  pages={78-85}
}
Parkia biglobosa popularly called African locust bean tree is used traditionally for the treatment of malaria. Phenolic compounds were found to be the major antimalarial components of Parkia biglobosa .The aim of this work is to evaluate the antiplasmodial activity and isolate phenolic compounds from Parkia biglobosa.The stem barks of Parkia biglobosa were extracted with methanol to obtain methanol extract. The extract was also subjected to column chromatography to obtain four fractions, these… 

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