Isolation, Identification and Antibacterial and Wound Healing Studies of Quercetin-3-O- α-L- Rhamnopyranoside -2〞-Gallate

@article{Manivannan2014IsolationIA,
  title={Isolation, Identification and Antibacterial and Wound Healing Studies of Quercetin-3-O- $\alpha$-L- Rhamnopyranoside -2〞-Gallate},
  author={Rajamanickam Manivannan and Kalaivanan Prabakaran and Sivagnanam Ilayaraja},
  journal={International Journal of Applied Science and Engineering},
  year={2014},
  volume={12},
  pages={99-106}
}
Flavonoids were isolated from flowers of Salvia leucantha using chromatography separation techniques. The structure of the isolated compound was analyzed by chemical tests and spectroscopic methods such as UV, ^1H-NMR, and ^(13)C-NMR. The spectral data's proved its structure confirmed as Quercetin-3-O- α-L- rhamnopyranoside -2〞- gallate. The present study was to evaluate the agar diffusion antibacterial against gram positive and gram negative microorganisms and wound healing activities to… 

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