Garima Pandey

Garima Pandey
National Botanical Research Institute - India | NBRI · Division of Pharmacognosy & Ethnopharmacology

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March 2016 - present
National Botanical Research Institute - India
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  • Research Associate

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Background: The quality of herbal medicine is determined by its secondary metabolites, which may vary according to growth, season and altitude etc. Objective: We studied the variation in phytochemistry and biological activities of Thalictrum foliolosum (TF) roots collected from four sites at different altitudes. Material and methods: The berbe...
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A plant growth promoting bacterial endophyte designated as AL2-14B isolated from the leaves of Achyranthes aspera L. was identified as Pseudomonas aeruginosa based on its phenotypic and physiological features, and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. AL2-14B had plant growth stimulating attributes including siderophore and indole acetic acid release, i...
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Objective: Equisetum hyemale (EH) has been traditionally used for bone healing. This study focussed on chemical profile and antioxidant potential of aerial part of EH with a view to support its role in improving bone health. Methods: The phytochemicals were identified and quantified using HPTLC. The analysis of macro and micro elements was done usi...
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List of primers used for Real Time PCR.
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Heat map revealing the expression of differentially regulated proteins of rice root present within each cluster.
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List of rice root proteins identified by MS/MS analysis.
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Along with many adaptive strategies, dynamic changes in protein abundance seem to be the common strategy to cope up with abiotic stresses which can be best explored through proteomics. Understanding of drought response is the key to decipher regulatory mechanism of better adaptation. Rice (Oryza sativa L.) proteome represents a phenomenal source of...
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Quorum sensing (QS) regulates group behaviors of Candida albicans such as biofilm, hyphal growth, and virulence factors. The sesquiterpine alcohol farnesol, a QS molecule produced by C. albicans which is known to regulate the expression of virulence weapons of this fungus. Fluconazole (FCZ) is a broad-spectrum antifungal drug that is used for the t...
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Berberis is an important genus and well known in the Indian as well as European systems of traditional medicine. It is used since ancient times for curing eye disease, fever, jaundice, rheumatism, vomiting during pregnancy, kidney and gall balder stones and various other ailments due to the presence of biologically active alkaloid berberine. Action...
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Berberis is an important genus and well known in the Indian as well as European systems of traditional medicine. It is used since ancient times for curing eye disease, fever, jaundice, rheumatism, vomiting during pregnancy, kidney and gall balder stones and various other ailments due to the presence of biologically active alkaloid berberine. Action...
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Herbo-metallic preparations such as bhasmas (ash) are being traditionally used in Indian and Chinese medicinal systems. In Ayurveda, Swarna (gold) nanoparticles are used as Swarna Bhasma to treat several clinical manifestations. While, Usnea longissima, a medicinal lichen ethno-botanically is known for the treatment of tooth cleaning and infectious...
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Aim: The present study was undertaken to establish the potential role of Achyranthes aspera Linn for cure of skin diseases. Study Design: The plant is traditionally used by various tribes for curing a wide range of diseases. A 50% ethanolic extract of the leaves was subjected to phytochemical studies and further investigated for in vitro antioxidan...
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Objective: To analyse and correlate the phytochemical, free radical scavenging and antibacterial attributes of neem leaves with an aim to understand its potential for curing skin ailments. Methods: A 50% ethanolic extract of neem leaves was subjected to qualitative and quantitative estimation of phytoconstituents followed by HPTLC analysis. The DPP...
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Nardostachys jatamansi DC. and Selinum vaginatum (Edgew) Cl. are two endemic high altitude Indian medicinal plants that have been traditionally known as "Jatamansi" and "Bhootkeshi," respectively. These are used in various traditional herbal formulations and nutraceuticals, as well as to treat neurological disorders like epilepsy, hysteria, syncope...
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The present study is based on the traditional phytotherapy of some indigenous medicinal plants used by Tharu and Buxa tribes of Uttarakhand. Four plants, Euphorbia hirta L (whole plant), Asparagus racemosus Willd (roots), Cannabis sativa L (leaves) and Terminalia bellerica Roxb (fruits) are most prevalent among these people for the cure of gastroin...
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Ethnobotanical studies with major focus on use of medicinal plants have become increasingly valuable in the development of health care and conservation programs worldwide. However, proper identification of medicinal plants still remains a challenge due to lack of document tation (Bellakhdar, 1997). Thus a survey was conducted in the tarai region of...
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This study aimed to identify and understand the utilization of medicinal plants for curing skin diseases used by Tharu and Buxa tribes of Uttarakhand. A field study was conducted in Tharu and Buksa rich Tarai belt (northern fringe of Indo-Gangetic Plains) in U. S. Nagar district of Uttarakhand (India) during different seasons. Tharu and Buksa tribe...

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