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Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of ...

2015-11-19  Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of ... anti-pyretic, analgesic, astringent and diuretic [4]. Other parts of this plant are also employed, fresh leaves are eaten as vegetables and used as anti-cough, anti-asthma and in treatment of rheumatism, its fragrant ... The antibacterial potential of aqueous and ethanol extract of stem ...

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Tagetes erecta L. flowers, a medicinal plant traditionally ...

A reproducible screening method for diuretic agents has been developed based upon the selection of a group of homogenous rats with a similar excretory pattern of water and electrolytes.

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Phytochemical Screening and Establishment of the ...

Aqueous extract of the endangered medicinal plant DN was used in two different doses. Diabetes was induced with alloxan monohydrate at 150 mg/kg b.w. The AEDN was standardized with pharmacognostic and phytochemical screening and a chemical test confirmed the presence of phytoconstituents like glycoside, alkaloid, phenols, and flavonoids.

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Extraction, Isolation and Characterization of Bioactive ...

2010-10-2  Vortex the sample and add 0.25ml acetic anhydride before heating the sample at 60°C for 50–70s. Cool the samples to room temperature. Add 1ml of Ehrlich reagent and place the test tubes in water bath (60°C) for 5min. Measure the absorbance at 562nm. The method of Holstege et al. (1995) should be used to confirm results of the screening method

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Phytochemical Screening - an overview ScienceDirect

Phytochemical Screening. Phytochemical screening of the plant bark confirmed the presence of a large array of plant constituents such as alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, saponins, steroids, tannins, and terpenoids, all of which may be potential sources of phyto-anti-inflammatory agents. From: Medicinal Plant Research in Africa, 2013. Related ...

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(PDF) Evaluation of antimicrobial, cytotoxic, thrombolytic ...

The extract showed diuretic activity which responded 29.16% and 37.50% diuretic activity in comparison with control (water) which indicates the plant mild diuretic activity.

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Current and Prospective Methods for Plant Disease

2015-8-6  A completely different non-optical indirect method for plant disease detection involves the profiling of the volatile chemical signature of the infected plants. The pathogen infections of plants could result in the release of specific volatile organic compounds (VOCs) that are highly indicative of the type of stress experienced by plants [ 57 ].

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DPPH Free Radical Scavenging Activity of Two Extracts

2017-7-5  compound or plant extract. In the present study, the radical scavenging effect was assessed according to a modified method of16. using the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) free radical. DPPH• assay is routinely employed in laboratories for determining the

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Electrochemical screening of genoprotective and ...

2021-2-1  The protective effectiveness of the oregano extract on nucleic acids against oxidative stress was evaluated using a DNA biosensor and the SWV technique ().The biosensor was prepared by immobilizing dsDNA on the surface of the CPE electrode through potential-assisted adsorption (+0.5 V, 120 s).The SWV measurement obtained on the detection layer after 120 s of rinsing in phosphate

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Extraction Methods for Preparation of Bioactive Plant

2017-6-1  Extraction methods for preparation of bioactive plant extracts Authors: Waghmare Deepak Harishchandra 1, Deshmukh Arti Madhukar 2 Savitribai Phule Pune University, Pune 1 Vasantrao Naik Marathwada Agriculture University, Parbhani 2 Extraction is the crucial first step in the analysis of medicinal plants, because it is necessary to extract the desired chemical components from the plant ...

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Diuretic potential of various extracts of Oxystelma ...

The petroleum ether extract was found to possess the most effective diuretic activity, thereby supporting the traditional claim of the plant as a diuretic. Phytochemical screening of this extract ...

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Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of ...

2015-11-19  Phytochemical screening and antibacterial activity of ... anti-pyretic, analgesic, astringent and diuretic [4]. Other parts of this plant are also employed, fresh leaves are eaten as vegetables and used as anti-cough, anti-asthma and in treatment of rheumatism, its fragrant ... The antibacterial potential of aqueous and ethanol extract of stem ...

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PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND DIURETIC ACTIVITY

IJPSR, 2012; Vol. 3(9): Tiwari et al., 3354 -3361 ISSN: 0975 8232 Available online on ijpsr 3355 Allium sativum L. (Liliacea) is a perennial bulb with a

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Evaluation of the diuretic activity of the aqueous and

was to evaluate the diuretic potential of the aqueous and 80% methanol extracts of the leaves of Ajuga remota in mice after acute oral administration. Methods: Adult mice were administered orally ...

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Tagetes erecta L. flowers, a medicinal plant traditionally ...

A reproducible screening method for diuretic agents has been developed based upon the selection of a group of homogenous rats with a similar excretory pattern of water and electrolytes.

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Screening natural product extracts for ... - Plant Methods

2021-1-6  Therefore, enzyme inhibition assays targeting α-glucosidase, α-amylase and lipase are widespread in research, and screening plant extracts and natural products for inhibitory activity against these enzymes is a common approach for the discovery of potential antidiabetic and antiobesity drugs to treat and manages these metabolic diseases [18 ...

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Evaluation of antioxidant and diuretic activities of ...

2021-1-6  extracts of the roots of C. ternatea revealed diuretic activity in dogs (Piala et al., 1962). No study has been carried out using the leaf extract of the plant; therefore, the present study focused to evaluate the diuretic activity of the leaf extract from C. ternatea. MATERIALS AND

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Diuretic activity of the aqueous crude extract and hot tea ...

2017-6-21  The onset of diuretic action of both the extract and hot tea infusion of the M. stenopetala mimics the trend observed with the standard diuretic drug Furosemide, which is known to have an onset of action of 1 hour after oral administration, reaching its peak effect within 2–3 hours. 25 The aqueous crude extract of the leaves of M. stenopetala ...

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Effects of aqueous extract of Echinodorus grandiflorus on ...

Objective: To investigate the effect of aqueous extract of Echinodorus grandiflorus, a plant used in folk medicine for its diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties, in a model of pulmonary allergy. Methods: BALB/c mice were intraperitoneally sensitized and nasally challenged with ovalbumin. Aqueous extract and dexamethasone treatments (0.1 mL ...

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Electrochemical screening of genoprotective and ...

2021-2-1  The protective effectiveness of the oregano extract on nucleic acids against oxidative stress was evaluated using a DNA biosensor and the SWV technique ().The biosensor was prepared by immobilizing dsDNA on the surface of the CPE electrode through potential-assisted adsorption (+0.5 V, 120 s).The SWV measurement obtained on the detection layer after 120 s of rinsing in phosphate

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RJPT - Pharmacological Screening of Bambusa vulgaris and ...

2010-3-4  Therefore present study was undertaken to evaluate diuretic potential of aqueous extract of roots of Cocos nucifera and Bambusa vulgaris in albino rats. Preliminary phytochemical screening of aqueous extracts of both plants was carried out to determine the nature of phytoconstituents present in it.

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PHYTOCHEMICAL SCREENING AND DIURETIC ACTIVITY

IJPSR, 2012; Vol. 3(9): Tiwari et al., 3354 -3361 ISSN: 0975 8232 Available online on ijpsr 3355 Allium sativum L. (Liliacea) is a perennial bulb with a

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Evaluation of the diuretic activity of the aqueous and 80% ...

Thus, it is presumed to be advantageous to ‘pre-treat’ or ‘prime’ the test animals with various fluids in screening agents for potential diuretic activity. The aqueous and 80% methanol extracts of the leaves of Ajuga remota showed an increase in urine volume that appeared to vary with dose and time as well as the nature of the extract.

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Screening natural product extracts for ... - Plant Methods

2021-1-6  Therefore, enzyme inhibition assays targeting α-glucosidase, α-amylase and lipase are widespread in research, and screening plant extracts and natural products for inhibitory activity against these enzymes is a common approach for the discovery of potential antidiabetic and antiobesity drugs to treat and manages these metabolic diseases [18 ...

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STUDIES ON ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY,

2021-1-9  has diuretic and laxative effects. Seeds are used in belly cramps, sell mind and the leaves and flowers have the cooling effects (2). This whole plant extract has potential medicinal values such as anti-helmintic (3), anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, antibacterial (4), analgesic (5),

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Diuretic activity of the aqueous crude extract and hot tea ...

2017-6-21  The onset of diuretic action of both the extract and hot tea infusion of the M. stenopetala mimics the trend observed with the standard diuretic drug Furosemide, which is known to have an onset of action of 1 hour after oral administration, reaching its peak effect within 2–3 hours. 25 The aqueous crude extract of the leaves of M. stenopetala ...

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In vitro antiviral activity of twenty-seven medicinal ...

2018-7-18  Antiviral screening of plant extracts and fractions. The preliminary antiviral screening showed that only ten out of the 27 crude plant extracts tested were active on E7 and E19, inhibiting the cytopathic effect of the virus in tissue culture (Table 2).On E7, M. barteri displayed 75% CPE inhibition at MNTC (0.01 μg/mL), 50% inhibition at 0.001 μg/mL, while the extract exhibited 75% CPE ...

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Electrochemical screening of genoprotective and ...

2021-2-1  The protective effectiveness of the oregano extract on nucleic acids against oxidative stress was evaluated using a DNA biosensor and the SWV technique ().The biosensor was prepared by immobilizing dsDNA on the surface of the CPE electrode through potential-assisted adsorption (+0.5 V, 120 s).The SWV measurement obtained on the detection layer after 120 s of rinsing in phosphate

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Pharmacognostic and pharmacological evaluation of ...

The present investigation emphasizes the pharmacognostic and phytochemical screening of Eulaliopsis binata and further evaluates the extracts of this plant for toxicological profile and anti-bacterial potential based on in vivo/in vitro assays. Microscopy, powder

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Antibacterial Activity of Leaf Extracts of Baeckea ...

2014-2-3  This study was based on screening antibacterial activity of the ethanol extract of Baeckea frutescens L. against MRSA clinical isolates, analyzes the potential antibacterial compound, and assesses the cytotoxicity effect of the extract in tissue culture. Leaves of Baeckea frutescens L. were shade dried, powdered, and extracted using solvent ethanol.

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