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Abstract Clematis gouriana Roxb. ex DC. also known as Indian Traveler’s Joy is used in different regions of India for curing skin infections, cuts and wounds. The study was performed on 70% methanol extract of C. gouriana aerial parts and its n-hexane, ethyl acetate and n-butanol fractions. The...
Abstract Wilson’s disease is characterized by the accumulation of copper (Cu) in the body and does not have a curative treatment, having a high rate of patients who abandon the use of treatment drugs. Thus, there is a need to use raw materials from natural and easily accessible sources, which...
Abstract The increased incidence of microbial resistance to traditional antibiotics has urged the scientific community to look for alternative therapeutic regimens. In this context, mitigation of biofilm formation is considered as viable alternative. Since, plant derived essential oils are rich...
Abstract Two isocoumarins (6-methoxymellein and 6-hydroxymellein), one pyrrole compound (minaline), one lactone derivative (butyrolactone II), five phenolic acids (phenylacetic, veratric (3,4-dimethoxybenzoic), 4-hydroxyphenylacetic, 4-hydroxybenzoic and protocatechuic acid), and two phenolic...
Abstract The antimicrobial and cytotoxic activity of metabolites isolated from an endophyte Fusarium solani were evaluated which was associated with the medicinal plant Centella asiatica Linn. Repeated chromatographic separations of ethyl acetate extract of Fusarium solani lead to the isolation...
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