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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACY & LIFE SCIENCES Pharmacological and biological overview on Mimosa pudica Linn.

@inproceedings{Azmi2011INTERNATIONALJO,
  title={INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHARMACY \& LIFE SCIENCES Pharmacological and biological overview on Mimosa pudica Linn.},
  author={Lubna Azmi and Manish Kumar Singh and Aliya Akhtar},
  year={2011}
}
In the present study attempts were made to review o n active constituents and pharmacological activity of Mimosa pudica Linn belonging to family Mimisace. The whole plant of Mimosa pudica is very useful for various pharmacological and biological activities. Mostly R oot and leaves of Mimosa pudica are showed maximum pharmacological activity as anti-diabetic, antitoxi n, antihepatotoxin, antioxidant and wound healing a ctivity. The periodic leaf movement factors are reportedly the d erivatives… Expand

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