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IMPACT OF GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION ON RUTIN CONTENT FROM MIMOSA PUDICA L. USING HPTLC TECHNIQUE

@inproceedings{Shailajan2018IMPACTOG,
  title={IMPACT OF GEOGRAPHICAL VARIATION ON RUTIN CONTENT FROM MIMOSA PUDICA L. USING HPTLC TECHNIQUE},
  author={Sunita Shailajan and Sasikumar Menon and Suhina Bhosale},
  year={2018}
}
Mimosa pudica L. (Mimosaceae) commonly known as touch-me-not is reported in treatment of menorrhagia, dysfunctional uterine bleeding, and urinary tract infections etc. It is reported for various pharmacological activities like antiulcer, anti-inflammatory, anticancer activity etc, due to the presence of various reported biomarkers like gallic acid, mimosine, mimosinic acid, betasitosterol etc. Mimosa pudica is also a part of various traditional formulations like Samangadi Churna, Pushyanuga… 

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