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- Ethyl acetate fraction of Anethum graveolens seeds exerts an antiproliferative effect by inhibiting anti-apoptotic proteins in MCF-7 and PC-3 cells: An in vitro and molecular docking studyFurkhan Ahmed Mohammed, Waseem Mohammed Abdul, Md Tabish Rehman, Mohamed F AlAjmi, Fareeduddin Quadri Syed, Muqtadir Baig Mirza, Ayman I Elkady, Anzarul Haque, Muhummadh KhanPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):105-113 Background: Anethum graveolens seeds have therapeutic benefits, which may be a potential approach to the treatment of different cancers. Objectives: We investigated, the antiproliferative effect of ethyl […]
- Genotoxic assay of silver and zinc oxide nanoparticles synthesized by leaf extract of Garcinia livingstonei T. Anderson: A comparative studyAzharuddin B Daphedar, Siddappa B Kakkalameli, Govindappa Melappa, Tarikere Chandrashekharappa Taranath, Chandrashekar Srinivasa, Chandan Shivamallu, Asad Syed, Najat Marraiki, Abdallah M Elgorban, Ravindra Veerapur, Sharangouda S Patil, Shiva Prasad KollurPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):114-121 Background: Green synthesis of metal and metal oxide nanoparticles (NPs) using plant extract performs a significant role as it is a promising […]
- Camptothecin: An anticancer drug from Pestalotiopsis microspora Mh458929 – An endophytic fungus isolated from an ethnopharmacologically important medicinal plant Cordia dichotoma G. forstMadhankumar Dhakshinamoorthy, Kannan Kilavan PackiamPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):87-95 Background: Endophytic fungi that live asymptomatically inside the plant tissues have novel bioactive metabolites exhibiting a variety of biological activities, especially against cancer. Cordia dichotoma G. Forst. play a significant role in traditional medicines and therapeutics. Leaves and bark have been used as anti-inflammatory and anticancer agents. […]
- Apoptosis-inducing and antiangiogenic activity of partially purified protein from the pericarp of Zanthoxylum rhetsa in vitro and in vivoPriyanka Dattaraj Naik Parrikar, Balaji Kyathegowdanadoddi Srinivas, Dharmappa Kattepura Krishnappa, Shankar JayaramaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):96-104 Background: Biological activities of Zanthoxylum rhetsa have been well studied, and its various parts have been reported to possess anticancer activities. The reports on anticancer activities of proteins from the fruits of Z. rhetsa are limited. Objectives: The study assessed […]
- GC-MS/MS-based phytochemical screening of therapeutic potential of Calligonum polygonoides L. flower bud against chronic diseasesMukesh Kumar Berwal, Shravan M Haldhar, Chet Ram, Jagan Singh Gora, Dhurendra Singh, DK SamadiaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):68-76 Background: Calligonum polygonoides is an endemic plant species, belongs to Polygonaceae family, native to the "Thar Desert" of India. It is highly tolerant to multiple stresses with dominant biomass and phytochemical producer under extreme niche. It has […]
- Evaluation of CYP2D, CYP1A2 and distribution of tetrandrine, fangchinoline in the brain, liver, and kidney of wistar rats after short-term exposure to Cyclea peltataGI Anuja, VJ Shine, PG Latha, SR Suja, Swapna Susan Abraham, Vinodkumar T G. Nair, S RajasekharanPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):77-86 Background: Cyclea peltata (CP) roots are used in Indian traditional medicine to treat various diseases. However, short-term toxic effects of CP are completely unknown. Objectives: The aim of this study is to evaluate short-term toxic […]
- Gas chromatography-mass spectrometry fingerprint and in vitro cytotoxic studies of Rubus steudneri leaf fractions against Michigan cancer foundation-7 breast cancer cell lineRaghavendra Lakshmana Shetty Hallur, Chaitanya V. N L. Motamarri, Prashith Kekuda T. Ramamoorthy, Chetan D Murthy, Ravikumar Patil H. Siddappa, Vijayananda N BramhanakondaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):54-62 Aim: Rubus steudneri Schweinf. (Rosaceae) is one of three Rubus species that grow in Ethiopia. Studies of this species have been restricted to in vitro antioxidant, antidiabetic, and nutritional […]
- Antioxidant and anticancer activities of whole plant extracts of Lepidagathis pungens nees: In vitro evaluationManoharan Dhanalakshmi, Subramaniam Ananda ThangaduraiPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):63-67 Background: Lepidagathis genus plants were less explored for its biological activity. Lepidagathis genus was utilized traditionally for treating of polyuria, fever, urinary calculi, dysentery, dysuria, and uterine disorders. Objective: The present study was planned to evaluate antioxidant activities, anticancer activity of Lepidagathis pungens Nees., whole plant (L. […]
- Callus induction and shoot regeneration from the immature flower bud of Caesalpinia bonducella and its antileptospiral potential by in vitro and in silico analysisSR Santosh Kumar, Chandrashekar Srinivasa, Chandan Shivamallu, Kollur Shiva Prasad, Sushma Pradeep, Asad Syed, Ali Bhakali, Amar Shankar, Sharanagouda S Patil, P Ashwini, D Chandan, R Triveni, Govindappa Melappa, V KrishnaPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):38-44 Background: An economical plant regeneration was established for Caesalpinia bonducella by culturing immature flower buds and phytoconstituents such as β-Sitosterol (LC3) […]
- Quality Analysis of Manjishta (Rubia cordifolia L.) with respect to pharmacognostical and high-performance thin-layer chromatography profile of the genuine sample: A cross-sectional market sample studyVivek Palengara, CM Harinarayanan, Pratibha P NairPharmacognosy Magazine 2021 17(5):45-53 Background: The genuineness of Ayurvedic herbs causally determines the effectiveness of Ayurvedic treatment protocols. Research and subsequent evidence-based medicinal practices fundamentally dependant on appropriate identification and standardization of specific herbs are used for health-care purposes. Definite deficits that prevail in this regard in the form […]