Mosa Elhady Osman

Mosa Elhady Osman
Al-Neelain University | Alneelain · Department of Pharmacognosy

B.Pharm (Pharmacy), M.Pharm (Pharmacognosy), PhD (Pharmacognosy)/PostDoc.

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Introduction
I have been doing postDoc training in isolation and biological testing of antioxidant constituents from plants at UP.
Additional affiliations
October 2016 - present
Al-Neelain University
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2016 - present
August 2016 - present
University of Pretoria
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Education
March 2008 - March 2011
University of Gezira
Field of study
  • PHARMACY

Publications

Publications (10)
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Background: Guiera senegalensis (Ghibaish) is a medicinal plant extensively used in central and west Africa for the management of various diseases. Aim: This study aimed to determine the antioxidant activity of the ethanol leaf extract of the plant. Method: The ethanol leaf extract was sequentially sub-fractionated using liquid–liquid extraction,...
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The open innovation hub Digital Health and Patient Safety Platform (DHPSP) was recently established with the purpose to invigorate collaborative scientific research and the development of new digital products and personalized solutions aiming to improve human health and patient safety. In this study, we evaluated the effectiveness of a Twitter-base...
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Background: Traditional medicine is a folk medicine or herbalism practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. The diversity of the climate of Sudan is responsible for its very rich flora. Purpose: The aims of this work are to determine habitat, folkloric and current medicinal uses and the active constituents of the studied plants. Study...
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Background: Traditional medicine is a folk medicine or herbalism practice based on the use of plants and plant extracts. The diversity of the climate of Sudan is responsible for its very rich flora. Purpose: The aims of this work are to determine habitat, folkloric and current medicinal uses and the active constituents of the studied plants. Study...
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Background: Surib (Sessbania leptocarpa) of the family Leguminosae is a wild plant widely spread in Gezira scheme and sometimes Surib seeds unavoidably mix machinery-harvested crops especially wheat. Seed comprises the major plant part and its use in human food and animal feed was not yet throughly evaluated. Methods: The preliminary phytochemical...
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Background: Surib (Sessbania leptocarpa) of the family Leguminosae is a wild plant widely spread in Gezira scheme and sometimes Surib seeds unavoidably mix machinery-harvested crops especially wheat. Seed comprises the major plant part and its use in human food and animal feed was not yet throughly evaluated. Methods: The preliminary phytochemical...
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The aims of this study to evaluate the phytochemical constituents and antimicrobial activities of some Sudanese medicinal plants (Combretum hartmannianum leaves (Habiel), Hydnora abyssinica rhizome (Tartous), Sesbania leptocarpa leaves (Surib) and Ficus vasta leaves (Gom'aiz)). Preliminary phytochemical screening of different extracts of the plants...
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ABSTRACT The aims of this study to evaluate the phytochemical constituents and antimicrobial activities of some Sudanese medicinal plants (Combretum hartmannianum leaves (Habiel), Hydnora abyssinica rhizome (Tartous), Sesbania leptocarpa leaves (Surib) and Ficus vasta leaves (Gom'aiz)). Preliminary phytochemical screening of different extracts of t...
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edicinal plants are widely spread in Sudan and their biological and phytochemical properties are not thorough evaluated. The reactive oxygen species (ROS) which are produced in living cells are responsible for pathogenesis of many diseases. Antioxidants obtained from natural resources gained high research interest to face these types of diseases ge...
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the vast majority of people on this planet still rely on their traditional materia medica for their everyday health care needs. the present work was undertaken to investigate the antibacterial activity of six plants used in Sudanese folk medicine.the ethanolic extracts which obtained by maceration were in vitro tested against five bacterial strains...

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Questions (8)
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On TLC the compound have yellow- green color in day light and yellow fluorescence at UV light 365 nm. Its Rf =0.4.mobile phase (toluene:ethylacetate:formic acid)5:4:1, silica gel is stationary phase
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When I use this eluent , the top layer of silica gel converted to gel state.
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I use hexane:ethylacetate:dichloromethane(3:7:2) but resolved well.
Sample is methylene chloride fraction
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When I calculate RSA% using DPPH method I find negative % e.g. - 80%, -18%.
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I need formula for calculating %RSA using DPPH method
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what are the antioxidant reagents, other than gallic acid,  that can be used as positive control in DPPH test?
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Is it better to use HPLC or GC-MS? for analysis of essential oil, alkaloids and flavonoids
what are the suitable solvent for extraction of these phytochemicals

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Project
Extraction and identification using TLC, HPLC from natural products.