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- Isolation, characterization, and chromatographic estimation of esculin: A potential fluorescent marker from Launaea pinnatifida cassHimanshu Makwana, Devang PandyaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):233-239 Background: Launaea pinnatifida (Willd.) Sch. Bip ex Kunze (Asteraceae) is an Indian Ocean intertidal sand dune herb that is useful as traditional medicine. The plant is one of the species of traditional Indian Ayurvedic herb “Gojihva.” Objectives: The present study was performed to isolate, characterize, and estimate a […]
- Moringa Oleifera leaf extract exerts antiproliferative effects and induces mitochondria mediated apoptosis within rat glioblastoma (c6) cellsAhmed Alafnan, Talib Hussain, Abdulwahab Alamri, Farhan Alshammari, Afrasim Moin, KL KrishnaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):240-245 Background: Glioblastoma multiforme is a dreaded manifestation of brain tumors resulting in substantial mortality among affected individuals globally. Moringa oleifera (Mo) is well known from earlier times for its medicinal use in conventional medication for different ailments such as cancer. […]
- Umme Rubab, Dinesh Kumar, Mohammad Abul Farah, Khalid Mashay Al-Anazi, M Ajmal Ali, Ahmad AliPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):220-224 Background: Glycation is the multi-step process wherein the carbonyl group of glucose reacts with the amino group of other nitrogen-containing compounds like proteins and DNA. This interaction leads to the generation of harmful metabolites commonly known as […]
- Effect of salinity stress on growth, water content, and guggulsterone production in callus cultures of Commiphora wightii (Arnott.) BhandariSoumi Datta, Jatin Katna, Dhiraj Shrivastav, Sarvepalli Badari Narayan, Shahid Umar, Jatavallabhula Lakshminarayana Sastry, Ranjan Mitra, Sayeed AhmadPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):225-232 Objectives: A traditional herb Commiphora wightii (Arnott.) is well known for the management of different ailments, including hypolipidemic and hypocholesterolemic disorders. Overexploitation has resulted in enlisting it under endangered species list; thus, in vitro […]
- Phenolics from the heartwood of Tecoma mollis as potential inhibitors of COVID-19 virus main protease and spike proteins: An In silico studyLamya H Al-Wahaibi, Md Tabish Rehman, Muneera S M. Al-Saleem, Omer A Basudan, Ali A El-Gamal, Mohamed F AlAjmi, Enaam Y Backheet, Azza A Khalifa, Wael Mostafa Abdel-MageedPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):278-286 Background: The severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) is an emerging novel coronavirus responsible for the viral pneumonia outbreak (coronavirus disease-19 [COVID-19]) that […]
- Evaluation of Acacia auriculiformis Benth. leaves for wound healing activity in type 2 diabetic ratsNaresh Kumar Rangra, Subir Samanta, Kishanta Kumar PradhanPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):129-142 Background: Acacia auriculiformis Benth. is a perennial shrub which has been traditionally known to treat various medical complications such as sore eyes, allergy, rheumatism, sore eyes, and rashes. Objectives: The current study is designed to decipher a shred of clinical confirmation and biochemical support […]
- Hypoglycemic and anti-lipidemic properties of Cinnamomum zeylanicum (”Sri Wijaya” accession) water-soluble nutraceutical in streptozotocin-induced diabetic and healthy wistar ratsW A. Niroshani Madushika Wariyapperuma, Bimali Jayawardena, Mayuri G Thammitiyagodage, Ramani Karunakaran, W G. Sarath Sisira KumaraPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):188-195 Background: Hyperglycemia is a serious health crisis worldwide, and more than 90% of the Sri Lankan patients effected with the condition have diabetes mellitus type 2. Natural therapeutic agents can manage the progression of the […]
- Combination effect of Spirulina fusiformis with rutin or chlorogenic acid in lipopolysaccharide-induced septic cardiac inflammation in experimental diabetic rat modelAman Sharma, Sumeet Gupta, Sunil Sharma, Meenakshi Dhanawat, Kavita MunjalPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):257-267 Background: The connection between inflammation and hyperglycemia leads to diabetes mellitus and its complications. Nutraceuticals are natural sources which can be used as supplement food for the prevention of many disorders. Our aim was studied to the protective role of two antioxidants […]
- Vernonia anthelmintica (L.) willd extract alleviates cognitive deficits and neurodegeneration induced by infusion of amyloid beta (1–42) in ratsSwati Som, Justin Antony, S Palanisamy Dhanabal, Sivasankaran PonnusankarPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):172-179 Background: There is a constant hunt for the development of new therapeutic alternative to address Alzheimer's disease (AD) due to its failing attempts in the evolution of new therapies and suboptimal results from the existing pharmacological interventions for the treatment of this severe […]
- Effect of solvent extraction system on the antioxidant properties of seven wild edible mushrooms and identification of phenolic compounds by high-performance liquid chromatographyIshika Bera, Bejoysekhar Datta, Kanad Das, Tapan SealPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(6):180-187 Objectives: The main objective of this research was to analyze some selected indigenous wild mushrooms in Arunachal Pradesh, namely, Lactifluus pilosus, Lactifluus piperatus, Lactifluus indovolemus, Lactifluus crocatus, Lactarius hirtipes, Lactarius kesiyae and Lactarius viridinigrellus for their novel anti-oxidant components in two different solvent extracts. […]