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  April-June 2018 (Supplement 1) | Vol 14 | Issue  55
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DNA barcode testing in authentication of botanical raw material coming of age
DB A. Narayana, T Sudhakar Johnson
Growing popularity globally in use of botanicals and their processed botanicals (referred as botanicals in the rest of this article), emerging data on their sustainability, availability, and supply ...
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Evaluation and understanding the molecular basis of the antimethicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus activity of secondary metabolites isolated from Lamium amplexicaule
Mohammed M Ghoneim, Arafa Musa, Atef A El-Hela, Khaled M Elokely
Background: The genus Lamium includes about forty annual or perennial plants distributed everywhere, it has significant biological activities including antimicrobial, antioxidant and antischi...
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Hydroalcoholic extract of Argyreia speciosa roots ameliorates HCl-mediated acute lung injury in mice
Gurparteek Kaur, Priya Jaswal, Reenu Banga, Vivek Dharwal, Ashwani Kumar, Amarjit Singh Naura
Objective: Argyreia speciosa is a popular Indian medicinal plant. It has long been used in the traditional Ayurvedic Indian medicine for various diseases. The present work was designed...
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