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EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL ANTIPSYCHOTIC COMPOUNDS FROM LUPEOL

@inproceedings{Wal2016EVALUATIONAS,
  title={EVALUATION AND SYNTHESIS OF NOVEL ANTIPSYCHOTIC COMPOUNDS FROM LUPEOL},
  author={Ankita Wal and Dr. Rahul Srivastava and Dr. Amit Kumar Rai},
  year={2016}
}
Natural Products traditionally have played an important role in drug discovery and were the basis of most early Medicines. However, despite the promise of these alternative drug discovery methods, there is still a shortage of lead compounds progressing into clinical trials. Plants have been used in treating HIV, TB, antimicrobial and all other diseases. Therefore, the current study was designed to evaluate the antipsychotic potential of lupeol and their semisynthetic derivatives to get a new… Expand

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