Sixteen (16) rats’ age and sex matched were randomly distributed into four (4) groups, each group consisting of four (4) animals each and one group served as control. Actinomycosis Journal The animals were fed for a period of twenty eight days, after which they were sacrificed and serum collected from their blood for serum lipid profile estimation. The mean serum concentration of total cholesterol (TC), High Density Lipoprotein (HDL), Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) and triacylglycerol (TAG) were estimated and probability value taken at (p<0 .05="" i="">). The increase in the serum concentration of TAGs, LDL and decrease in HDL, gives a clear indication that castor seed is not good dietary item.0>
-dysentery effects of uncooked milled, fermented maize (known as “ogi” in Southwestern Nigeria), were investigated in Escherichia coli infected albino rats. “Ogi” was prepared by fermentation of white maize grains for 5 days; wet milled, sieved and allowed to settle for 24 hours. African Sleeping Sickness Journal Dysentery was precipitated in albino rats by infection with the pure culture of E. coli. Frequency of blood stool was determined by counting fecal spots on absorbent paper before and after treatment with “ogi”. Physicochemical analysis of “ogi”, comprising titratable acidity, pH 0 and phytochemical screening, was also carried out.
Phytotherapy is considered to be lowest lethal or has no side effects in contrast to current allopathic medicines. The intention of the present investigation was to assess the therapeutic efficacy of Nephelium longan extract in an animal model of diabetes.
Agent out there selling ISBN Nos. / UBN So in this research we have performed phytochemical screening of methanolic extracts of peel (MNLP)
and seeds (MNLS) of N. longan along with their hypoglycemic study in 18 h fasted normal and alloxan induced diabetic rats.
Dose-dependent therapeutic potency against dysentery has been manifested by “ogi”, most likely aided by its high acidity, presence of lactic acid bacteria and their secondary metabolities, as well as the phytochemicals present in “ogi”. Amebiasis Journal This could be a very simple and cheap solution to the ravaging problem of dysentery in poor families of many developing countries.
Diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, high LDL-Cholesterol, low HDL-Cholesterol are risk factors of Myocardial Infarction (MI). Our study intends to find the isolated effect of cigarette smoking, alcohol and dietary habits on lipid profile in a non diabetic, non hypertensive MI. American Journal of Molecular Serum lipid parameters were estimated in thirty five cases of non diabetic, non hypertensive MI patients and forty age and sex matched normal controls. Biology and Genetics
Free radical induced oxidative stress and modification in LDL cholesterol play a major role in the pathophysiology of AMI. Anal Cancer Journal This study evaluated the role of oxidative stress in the pathogenesis and course of AMI with different risk factors. The markers of oxidative stress in 300 AMI patients and in 100 sex and age matched control subjects were estimated.
The present study aimed to assess urinary enzymes in diabetic nephropathy and correlate the changes in enzymes with albuminuria. Anaplasmosis Journal Urinary levels of enzymes alkaline phosphatase (ALP), gamma glutamyl transferase (GGT) and lactate dehydrogenase (LDH) were assayed in normal healthy controls (group-I), normoalbuminuric type 2 diabetic patients without complications (group-II) and type 2 diabetic patients with microalbuminuria (group IIIa), and macroalbuminuric type 2 diabetic nephropathy patients (group-IIIb).
The red fluorescent protein (RFP) from the silkworm are know act as antiviral molecule in the midgut of B. mori. The antiviral protein RFPPM1 present in
the gut juice of multivoltine Pure Mysore (PM) silkworm was purified Anatomy, Physiology & Health Education Syllabus . In our previous study we showed that the RFPPM1 possesses strong antinucleopolyhedrovirus (antiNPV) activity through bioassay.
administration caused a significant increase in serum
malondialdehyde, serum alkaline phosphatase activity
and nitric oxide level. Reduced glutathione level,
erythrocyte Superoxide dismutase and plasma catalase
activities were significantly decreased compared to
healthy control group.
Anthrax Journal Total titrable acidity, ulcer index,
ulceration percent and ulcer score were significantly
increased in ulcer control group while mucosal thickness
and relative weight of stomach were significantly
decreased in ulcer control group compared to healthy
Snow mountain garlic found in high altitudes of
Himalayan region also has high medicinal value as
garlic. In present study a comparison was made between
garlic and SMG for the presence of phenolics and
flavonoids in methanol, chloroform and aqueous extracts.
In garlic, the highest amount of phenolics were observed
in methanolic extract (11.27±0.003mg GAE/g), while in
SMG, the aqueous extract has the highest amount of
phenolic compounds (10.008±0.001mg GAE/g).
flavonoid concentration was highest in chloroform
extract in both garlic and SMG.
Urinary ALP, GGT and LDH were significantly higher in diabetic patients when compared to controls.Antibiotics Most pronounced increase in urinary enzymes was observed in macroalbuminuric diabetic nephropathy patients, followed by microalbuminuric diabetic nephropathy patients and normoalbuminuric diabetic patients. Urinary enzymes serve as sensitive indicators of renal function in early stages of diabetic nephropathy.
Antioxidant activity of
different extracts using FRAP assay indicated that both
in garlic and SMG, the highest antioxidant activity was
observed in the aqueous extract. This antioxidant activity
is due to organo sulphur compounds present in the plants.
Regarding the antimicrobial activity, the highest zone of
inhibition was observed in garlic in the chloroform
extract as compared to methanol extract against Bacillus
Antibiotics Conference Whereas, against the tested fungal strains the
highest zone of inhibition was observed only in SMG
against Bipolaris in methanolic extract. Thus, the
presence of active antimicrobial activity along with the
phytochemical substances provides both these plants a
significant basis for their use in ethnomedicine.
The relative molecular weight of RFPPM1 was determined using SDS-PAGE and MALDI-TOF-MS. The amount of chlorophyll derivative methyl chlorophyllide in each mg of RFPPM1 expressed in terms of µmoles. Antimicrobial Resistance and Chemotherapy The present investigations throw light on function of RFPPM1 and its antiNPV behaviour attributed to a kinase activity involved in neutralising the NPV.
The red fluorescent protein (RFP) from the silkworm
are know act as antiviral molecule in the midgut of
B. mori. The antiviral protein RFPPM1 present in
the gut juice of multivoltine Pure Mysore (PM)
silkworm was purified.
Antimicrobial resistance Key Facts In our previous study we
showed that the RFPPM1 possesses strong
antinucleopolyhedrovirus (antiNPV) activity through
A total of 100 isolates from clinical sources (Stool),
were taken from populations of Kapoty village which
is fishermen village around polluted Lake Manzala.
The study revealed 16% of the total isolates, related
to Aeromonas sobria, which showed highly
heamolytic and Cytotoxic activities.
Application For ISBN / UBN Numbers Strains of A.
sobria showed different resistance pattern to
different antibiotics, such as, cefotaxime,
chloramphenicol, streptomycin, ampicillin,
tetracycline and Penicillin G. 8 strains of A. sobria
only harbored small and large plasmids, DNA
fingerprinting revealed variation in genotype of such
clinical strains of A. sobria.
This study aims to characterization of
pathogenic strains of Aeromonas sobria isolated
from clinical samples of Lake Manzala area.Application Form for allotment of ISBN / UBN These human
pathogens could be causative agents of the
increased diarrheal and gastrointestinal cases
among populations around the polluted Lake
The relative molecular weight
of RFPPM1 was determined using SDS-PAGE and
MALDI-TOF-MS. The amount of chlorophyll
derivative methyl chlorophyllide in each mg of
RFPPM1 expressed in terms of μmoles.
present investigations throw light on function of
RFPPM1 and its antiNPV behaviour attributed to a
kinase activity involved in neutralising the NPV.
Biosorption for elimination of heavy metals is
gaining much importance using microorganisms.
This work was aimed at in-vitro elimination of lead
and cadmium by using algae Cladophora
fasicularis, Valoniopsis pachynema and elimination
of copper and cadmium by fungi Aspergellus niger,
Aspergillus awamori and Aspergillus oryzae.
Applying for ISBN / UBN Biosorption of lead, copper and cadmium by both
were tested at 5 different initial concentrations
ranging from 20 ppm to 100 ppm.
Curcumin is reported to
produce chromosomal aberration and genotoxicity.
Because of the poor bioavailability of Curcumin, it is
expected to find out an alternate from the plant
source itself to increase the bioavailability. Ascariasis Journal
same time presence of other constituents in the
plant, extract could able to protect the cells from
In present investigation, the active bud sprouts of
the mulberry genotype BC2-59 was treated with
chemical mutagen EMS (0.1% and 0.3%)
intermittently for twelve hours,to study the biological
effects of EMS on total genomic DNA through
RAPD analysis. Aspergillosis Journal
Ethyl methane sulphonate (EMS) is
a mutagenic, teratogenic, and possibly carcinogenic
organic compound with formula C3H8O3S.
Analysis of RAPD revealed
genetic variation between control and EMS induced
clones. Mutants screened 0.3% showed higher
levels of genetic variation and more unique alleles
against the control due to EMS induced mutations.
AuthorHouse Self Publishing These mutations affected the gross morphological
characters in the mutant clones of mulberry
The results obtained in this
study indicated the highest adsorption ability of
Cladophora fasicularis for Cd at 40 mg/L. While
maximum pb sequestration was observed in V.
pachynema at 60 mg/L. Babesiosis Journal For fungi the highest
adsorption ability of Aspergellius awamori for Cu is
at 20 mg/L. While maximum Cd sequestration was
observed in Aspergellius niger at 20 mg/L. A batch
reactor was designed and optimized work was
considered at different variations such as pH
variations, time contact, temperature variations and
biomass with and without treatment.
EMS is found to be more effective and safe for
mulberry. Balantidiasis Journal
The M1V2 beneficial variant clones
obtained from 0.3% concentrations of EMS
treatment, revealed polymorphs of significantly
variable size of different base pairs for two random
primers used (OPW- 04/05), thus indicating
probable changes in the molecular characters of
total genomic DNA.
Aspirin administration significantly
decreased the level of hemoglobin, red blood cells and
platelets counts but increased the level of white blood
cells, neutrophils and lymphocytes counts.
Bile Duct Cancer Journal Consumption
of green banana and red apple at the tested doses by
healthy and ulcerated rats resulted in a significant
decrease in oxidative biomarkers and significant
improvement in antioxidants levels; complete blood
picture, total titrable acidity, ulcer index, ulceration
percent and ulcer score as well as mucosal thickness and
relative weight of stomach as compared with ulcerated
Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), a life
threatening infection causes acquired
immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) in humans.
Biopharmaceutics & Pharmacokinetics Journal However, due to the versatile nature of
the target enzymes, there is a pressing need to
discover novel, potent drugs against HIV.
Rhizomatic accumulation of the pharmacologically important active metabolite in ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) is gingerols derived from the
phenylpropanoid pathway; of these 6-gingerol is recognized as the most medicinally important compound. Bladder Cancer Journal Till date no molecular marker has been established for this compound in Zingiber officinale plants. For the documentation and evaluation of wild landraces of this species we have evaluated genetic variability of some (fifteen) wild landraces of Z. officinale through Amplified Fragment Length Polymorphism (AFLP) method of DNA fingerprinting.
Level of LDL, HDL, TAGs and Cholesterols in blood serum serves as markers to determine cardiovascular status. Blastomycosis Journal Castor seeds are used as seasonings in food as it improves taste. The study was designed to possibly investigate the effect of castor oil seed at different level of dietary incorporations on cardiovascular status using Wistar Albino Rats.
884 ligands with similar properties
were tested for their affinity towards target enzyme
and finally 39 hits were reported based on dock
scores, affinity and mode of interactions. Botulism Journal
supports the fact that computational analysis would
definitely reduce time to reach the correct target as
the methods are validated and reproducible.
Brain Cancer Journal However, experimental evaluation of top hits would
reveal true compounds that might offer a new
scaffold as anti-HIV agents.
In our study 837 alleles are generated through use of seven pair of primer pairs; among these 781(93.3%) alleles are polymorphic and 56 (6.7%) alleles are monomorphic.
Cluster analysis based on Jaccard’s similarity coefficient using UPGMA differentiated the population into three major groups showing correlation with 6-gingerol content.
Multiple regression analysis (MRA) identified four alleles as medicinal trait (6-gingerol) related AFLP markers; of these 149 base pair allele generated by primer pair EcoRI-AAG / MseI-CTG showed maximum (R2=0.985) positive correlation with 6-gingerol content at the highly significant level (p<0 .01="" t="13.243).</span">0>
This AFLP marker for 6-gingerol content would be useful for identifying superior genotypes from the wild.
Since ancient times the Zingiberaceae group of plants have been recognized as medicinally valuable. Reference of these plants is found in traditional and folk medicine systems of India and China (Sivarajan and Balachandran, 1994).
In addition to the large number of genotypes presently under cultivation, a large number of land races of Z. officinale are found growing in the wild; some of these are used by the local population.
Case Report in Biomedical Engineering During the last two decades, DNA-based molecular markers associated with traits of importance have been extensively studied.
Case Report in Biostatistics In this era of pollution fresh water algae can be used as an effective low cost and most importantly non polluting biofertiliser.The following experiment can be substantiate the above fact.The extracts of two species like Anabaena sp and Oscillatoria sp were prepared in different concentrations like 1%, 5%, 10% , 25% respectively. Seeds of Pisum sativum were soaked in these concentrations of Oscillatoria extract separately and some were soaked in these concentrations of Anabaena extract separately for 24 hours Similarly seeds of Cicer arietinum were soaked aforementioned concentrations of both Oscillatoria sp and Anabaena sp. separately.
Case Report in Cardiology It was observed that the germination,root length ,shoot lenth lateral roots ,chlorophyll content ,leaf length, leaf width of both the plants i.e Cicer arietinum, Pisum sativum were heighest, when they were soaked in the highest concentration of algal extract i.e 25% of those algae as compared to the lower concentrations of algal extracts was also noted that the growth of both the plants were higher in the presence of Anabaena extract in comparison to Oscillatoria extract.
Case Report in Dietetics Cell culture has become one of the major tools used in the life science today. Some of the rising pitches where cell culture plays key role include: model systems, toxicity testing, cancer research, virology, cell based manufacturing, genetic counseling, genetic engineering, gene therapy, drug screening and development.
Case Report in Nursing This review is designed to serve as a basic primer to cell culture and basic starter for those who want better understanding of the key concepts and terminology in this interesting and rapidly growing field.
Case Report in Pain Medicine Fly ash from National Aluminium Company(NALCO) Captive power plant, Angul, Odisha (India) was used to reclaim fly ash using blue green alga BGA (Lyngbya sp.) for the study of their effects on growth, flowering and seed development of Helianthus annus(sun flower plant).
Case Report in Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management The reclaimed fly-ash was prepared by using a cyanobacteria Lyngbya sp. as carrier material. Different concentration (5, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50%) of fly ash/reclaimed fly ash was taken and their effect on plant growth parameters (% of germination, radical & plumule growth, shoot &root length, leaf length &width, Chlorophyll a & b, carotenoid) were studied. Results indicate that 50% of reclaimed fly ash &20% of un-reclaimed fly ash in soil could be used safely for better plant growth
Case Report in Transplant Research and Risk Management In the present study microorganisms producing beta-galactosidase enzyme were isolated from fermented millets mixture. Three bacterial isolate C2, C4, Y were found to be Gram positive bacilli, Gram negative cocobacili, Gram positive bacilli respectively while isolate SC2 was found to be yeast. These bacterial isolates were identified using various biochemical tests Growth study kinetics of microbial isolates was performed and the optimum pH and temperature was found. Beta-galactosidase enzyme was extracted and the effect of pH, temperature, substrate variation and incubation period on enzyme activity was studied.
Case Report in Vaccine: Development and Therapy The activity of beta-galactosidase for all the microbial isolate increased with increase in temperature upto 37°C. Michaelis-Menten plot and Lineweaver Burk plot were constructed to calculate the Km and Vmax values. Immobilization of crude enzyme from the isolates was performed and enzyme activity using ONPG and lactose as a substrate was found.
Anthropogenic activities like mining, processes of metallurgy and other chemical industries lead to the discharge of high amount of heavy metals into the environment that causes serious problems to human health.
Case Report in Veterinary Medicine This paper aimsto employ isolation of thermophilic organisms having capability of bioremedaition.Two different Thiobacillus species have been isolated from hot water spring of
Vajreshwari and Ganeshpuri, Thane, Maharashtra, INDIA. The mechanism involved in bioremediation includes production of specific protein as well as liberation of some extracellular polymeric compound (EPS) e.g. proteins, carbohydrate, acids etc. that are produced during the microbial cell metabolism. These compounds play an important role in the faster reduction of heavy metals.
Case Report in Virus Adaptation and Treatment The isolate was found to be of different species and strain, i.e. Acidithiobacillus ferrooxidans POPATNP, Thiobacillus acidophilus ABHAY. The sequences of the strain were deposited in NCBI database with accession number KM527210and KM527215 respectively.The result highlights the potential use of these organism in bioremediation.Thermophilic bacteria are regarded as attractive production organisms for cost-efficient conversion of renewable resources to green chemicals, but their genetic accessibility is a major bottleneck in developing them into versatile platform organisms.
Cervical Cancer Journal In the present study, Cucumis anguria L is a medicinally and economically important plant and also used as vegetable. We established an Agrobacterium tumefaciens- mediated transformation procedure for Cucumis anguria. Leaf explants were incubated with A. tumefaciensstrain LBA4404 containing a binary vector pBAL2 carrying the reporter gene β-glucuronidase intron (GUS-INT) and the marker gene neomycin phosphotransferase (NPT-II).
Chagas Disease Journal Following co-cultivation, leaf explants were cultured on MS medium supplemented with 6.6 µM 2, 4-D combined with 3.3µM BAP containing 100 mg/l kanamycin and 300 mg/l carbenicillin. Kanamycin-resistant calluses were induced from the leaf explants after 3 weeks.
Chemistry of Natural Products Journal Shoot regeneration was achieved after transferring the calluses onto fresh selection medium 8.8 µM BAP and 2.2 µM 2,4-D. Transgenic shoots were excised from callus and elongated in MS medium fortified with 3.0 µM GA3,100 mg/l kanamycin and 300 mg/1 carbenicillin.
Chemistry of Natural Products Journal Finally, the shoots were rooted on MS basal medium supplemented with 3.0 µM IBA and 100 mg/l kanamycin. High transformation frequency was achieved by using 3-day-old precultured leaf explants. Further, the presence of acetosyringone (200 µM), infection of explants for 30 min and 3 days of cocultivation proved to be critical factors for greatly improving the transformation efficiency. Incorporation and expression of the transgenes were confirmed by PCR, Southern blot analysis and GUS histochemical assay.
Chemotherapy Conference The tree of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. is a good source for
various secondary metabolites as tannins, saponins,
glycosides, triterpenes etc. The leaves of Ailanthus
exelsa Roxb. is a good source of proteins. The quantities
of soluble proteins were determined by Lowry method
and the percent quantities of proteins from leaves of
Ailanthus excelsa Roxb. at Mandsaur, District Mandsaur
and Ratlam, District Ratlam (Fig. 4) had varied.
percentage of quantities of Mandsaur, District Mandsaur
were 5.7748%, 5.800%, 5.8125%, 5.7874%, and
5.8251% while Ratlam, District Ratlam had 4.7251%,
4.7375%, 4.7500%, 4.7748% and 4.7624%. The S.Em.
value was 0.432705 and CD 5% value was 1.27648. The
datas showed the significant value. Thus, the leaves of
Ailanthus exelsa are valuable source of proteins.
Cholera Journal Aiming to identify the simple and effective techniques for enhancement of seed germination of Acacia nilotica L., The seeds were subjected to various pre-germination treatments, which includes
soaking the seeds in 0.1%, 0.2%, 0.3% KNO3 for 30 minutes, in Sulphuric acid for 5-20 minutes, prechilling at 40C for 3 days, with hot water (700C) for 5 minutes, with nitric acid and HCl treatment for 5, 15 and 25 minutes and similarly control with water.
Clinical Pharmacy & Drug Interactions Journal The results of this experimental data from the first day to last day (12th day) predicted by analysis of variance (ANOVA) for each treatment showed that maximum germination percentage was observed in seeds treated with sulphuric acid for 20 minutes and maximum mean germination time, maximum germination value and peak value were observed in seeds treated with sulphuric acid for 15 minutes.
Clinical Trials Journal Day to day observation of sulphuric acid treated seeds showed maximum germination rate with in initial 3 days of experiment, in comparison with other treatments which showed delayed response. Hence it can be concluded that the pre-germination treatment of A.nilotica L. seeds with sulphuric acid treatment is a better option for enhancement studies in this study.
Colon Cancer Journal Eomenacanthus (menopone) or bird lice is a serious problem affecting birds and it can severely effect the egg production in poultry.
Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Journal Although many chemicals such as DDT and pyrethrin can effectively act against menopone, they could impart serious health problems. In Kerala, the leaves of the plants, Premna latifolia Roxb. and Lantana camara were found to be used by the villagers as an effective bio insecticide against bird lice.
Cysticercosis Journal The pharmacological activity of the medicinal plants mainly lies in the secondary metabolities which are comparatively smaller molecules in contrast to primary metabolites such as peptides, proteins and carbohydrates. So our aim was to investigate the chemical compounds present in the leaf extract of these two plants which are effective in acting against menopone. The revolutionary advances achieved in the field of chromatography and spectroscopy had made the isolation and structure elucidation more simple and reliable.
Diphtheria Journal Hyperlipidemia/ hyperlipoproteinemia, is the condition of abnormally elevated levels of any or all lipids and/or lipoproteins in the blood. South Asian countries have a high prevalence of hyperlipidemia in line with their economic development.
Dispensing & Community Pharmacy Journal In the face of increasing bacterial resistance to various antibiotics and continuous efforts to look for new and safer antibacterial substance. Lemon grass a well known herb that was widely used as a remedy for various ailments in traditional medicine. The Lemon grass had antimicrobial properties.
Dracunculiasis Journal The objective of this study was to assess the Lemon grass’s antimicrobial potential. The extract showed antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Salmonella typhi except Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Proteus vulgaris. Thus, Lemon grass can be one of the substitutes over antibiotics against tested pathogens.
Dracunculiasis Journal Present research will be a guiding path formulation of potent drug against life threatening pathogens. Identification of phyto-constituent will encourage drug designing with novel mechanism of action.
Drug-resistant malaria: Molecular mechanisms and Threats Canarium odontophyllum Miq. as one of the underutilized fruits grown in peat soil are consumed by the local community in Sarawak and as such, could posed health problem due to its high content of mineral and heavy metals.
Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever Journal The present study therefore, was objectively done to identify the level of the toxic metals and trace elements in C. odontophyllum fruit using inductive coupled plasma-mass spectrometry. The trace element found in highest concentration was molybdenum at 38.22 ppm whereas magnesium and calcium were the nutritionally important elements found in considerably high level of 32.93 ppm and 24.66 ppm respectively. The rest of the thirteen elements were either not detected or found within low level.
Echinococcosis Journal Despite the low arsenic level at 0.015 ppm, Pb and Cd were the heavy metals not detected in C. odontophyllum fruit. As conclusion, C. odontophyllum fruit has huge potential to be a rich source of nutritional trace elements with either very low or undetectable level of non-essential trace elements and toxic metals. This finding provides awareness of the safety consumption of this underexploited fruit and future prospect should focus on developing the fruit of Canarium odontophyllum as supplement in diseases of mineral deficiency.
Eye Cancer Journal Oxidative stress plays a major role in biochemical and pathological changes associated with myocardial ischemic-reperfusion injury (IRI). Lip Cancer Journal The need to specify agents with a potential for preventing such damage with therapeutic importance. In the present study, chronic oral
administration of Mimosa pudica plant extract on oxidative stress induced by ischemic-reperfusion injury in isolated rat heart was investigated.
Foodborne Trematodiases Journal Mimosa pudica plant extract (125, 250, & 500 mg/kg once daily for 30 days) was administered orally in Wistar albino rats. Thereafter, hearts were isolated and subjected to IRI.
Gallbladder Cancer Journal Depletion of myocardial endogenous antioxidants and rise in TBARS were significantly less in the Mimosa pudica plant extract treated rat hearts. Oxidative stress induced cellular damage as indicated by patchy necrosis, inflammatory cells and marked interstitial edema in the muscle fibres were noted in Control –IR group but in M-500 group the absence of myonecrosis was observed.
Gastric Cancer Journal Since Mimosa pudica plant extract possess strong antioxidant activities in one of our earlier studies followed by this study strongly suggests that protective therapeutic response in the same plant extract at the dose of 500 mg/kg/day for 30 days, hence the Mimosa pudica plant extract prevents oxidative stress and associated structural changes induced by myocardial ischemic- reperfusion injury.
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