Manosi Das

Manosi Das
national reearch institue of ayurvedic drug development,4 cn block , sector -v,bidhannagore,kolkata · chemistry

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Plectranthus amboinicus (Lour.) Spreng. (family Lamiaceae) is commonly known as parnayavani by the several ethnic groups of West Bengal. The plant used by the traditional healers in cough, common cold, abdominal flatulence, indigestion, constipation etc. The preliminary phytochemical analysis, HPTLC finger printing and detailed pharmacognostical st...
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Skin burn is a common health problem that needs a fast and accurate treatment; else, it can have a worse prognosis. The available treatment options pose limitations due to their adverse effects; thus there is an urgent need to find newer treatment options for burn wound healing that can provide a safer and faster treatment option. Ayurveda gives a...
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3,3′-Di-indolylmethane derivatives are important biologically active compounds possessing anti-cancer properties. Hence, development of synthetic routes to these are of great interest to organic chemists. In the present communication we report a high-yield method using mild reaction conditions and short reaction times for the synthesis of 3,3′-di-i...
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Objective: We report the phyto-pharmacognostic evaluation and HPTLC fingerprinting profile of the methanolic extract of Saptaparṇa [Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br.] leaves-unaffected and gall-affected, collected in January 2019. Materials and Methods: Physicochemical parameters and phytochemical screening were done by standard procedures. HPTLC fing...
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Viral diseases, including the emerging (COVID-19) and chronic viruses, are causing increasing worldwide health concerns. Consequently, the discovery of new antiviral agents from plants has assumed more urgency than in the past. A number of indigenous Indian drugs of plant origin are known to have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activity, althou...
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Plants are rich sources of bioactive compounds, and have been used in traditional medicine systems for the past few millennia; even now plant-based drugs continue to provide new remedies to mankind. The medicinal plant Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. (Saptaparṇa, Chhatim) is widely used in the Indian school of traditional medicine of Ayurveda. The p...
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A new steroid, designated Alru-1, isolated from the hexane extract of Ailanthus excelsa Roxb, has been characterised from spectroscopic analysis and chemical transformation as stigmasta-4, 22-dien-3-ol.
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Background: Wild Indigo or Purple Tephrosia occurs throughout the India. It is widely used in diseased conditions like asthma, diabetes, diarrhoea, inflammation, rheumatism and many other diseases. The different parts of plant reported to contain flavonoids like rutin, quercetin, retinoids, deguelin, elliptone, rotenone, tephrosin and sterols such...
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Vitex peduncularis Wall. ex Schauer (family:Lamiaceae) is commonly known as 'Charaigorh' by the several ethnic groups of Odisha. The plant used by traditional healers in Malaria, Jaundice and menstrual disorders. The preliminary phytochemical analysis, HPTLC fingerprinting, and details pharmacognistical studies of its leaves revealed presence of di...
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Chemical investigation of Hemidesmus indicus roots yielded α-amyrin acetate, β-amyrin acetate, taraxesteryl acetate and a new triterpenoid designated hemidesterpene. The latter was characterised as Δ12,l3-taraxcsteryl acetate from spectrosopical investigations.
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A sensitive and reliable high performance thin layer chromatographic method has been developed for quantification of quercetin in a polyherbal compound for urolithiasis. Methanolic extract of Crataeva nurvala and Bryophyllum pinnatum was chromatographed on silica gel ⁶⁰F254 Aluminum plates plates with Chloroform: Methanol: Formic acid in the ratio...
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Ksharasutra is a unique therapeutic of Ayurveda effective in Fistula-in-ano (Bhagandara). It is widely practised in Ayurveda system of medicine and also accepted by the modern surgeons for its efficacy and least chance of recurrence. Conventional Ksharasutra mentioned in Ayurveda is linen thread coated with the latex of Snuhi (Euphorbia nerifolia L...
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Cinnamomum zeylanicum, popularly known as cinnamon or ceylon cinnamon refers to the tropical evergreen tree as well as the bark that is extracted from the plant. Cinnamon are recognized for its sweet flavour and aroma and used as an important spice in India in almost every delicious dishes .The spice has gained more importance due to its well uses...
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3,4-Seco-lup-20(29)-en-3-oic acid (1), a rare triterpene, was isolated from Wrightia tinctoria R.Br (Family: Apocyanaceae). It appeared promising to study the structural chemistry of this compound because of its unique bio activity. X-ray diffraction analysis demonstrated that this compound consists of three six membered rings and one five membered...

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