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- Kumar, Ashwani, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2017 v.195 pp. 182-187
- Caesalpinia; bioactive properties; chromatography; diazepam; fractionation; mice; models; nerve tissue; roots; traditional medicine
- ... Caesalpinia digyna Rottler (Caesalpiniaceae) roots have been used traditionally for soothing nerves, as nervine tonic and febrifuge. The aim of the present study was to isolate the antianxiety constituent(s) from C. digyna roots following bioactivity guided fractionation approach.Bioactive fraction F4 was subjected to column chromatography to get three sub-fractions (F4.1–F4.3) and a compound CD2. ...
- Kumar, Ashwani, et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2016 v.193 pp. 706-711
- Bergera koenigii; anxiety; bioactive properties; chloroform; diazepam; ethyl acetate; leaves; models; spectroscopy; traditional medicine
- ... Leaves of M. koenigii Linn. Spreng (Rutaceae) have been used as traditional medicine for anxiety disorders. Aim of the study was to isolate antianxiety principle(s) from the leaves of M. koenigii using bioactivity guided approach.Hydroalcoholic extract of M. koenigii leaves was prepared using soxhlet apparatus, and the same was evaluated for antianxiety activity at 250, 500 and 750mg/kg, po, using ...