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Natural Products with Special Reference to Pharmacological Effects of Flavonoids : A Mini Review

@inproceedings{Namratha2015NaturalPW,
  title={Natural Products with Special Reference to Pharmacological Effects of Flavonoids : A Mini Review},
  author={V. Namratha and Ramchander Merugu and Nagaraju Devanuri},
  year={2015}
}
Natural products once served as the only source of medicines for mankind. The structure determination and biological activity screening of natural products, especially those with a history of medicinal use taking clues form folklore medicine, Ayurveda, siddha, tribal medicine etc., has been an important activity in medicinal chemistry. Flavonoids are a group of polyphenolic compounds found in plant kingdom.To date about 3000 varieties of flavonoids are known. Many have low toxicity in mammals… 

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