Sonali Mishra

Sonali Mishra
Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants | CIMAP · Department of Analytical Chemistry (CIMAP)

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Ethnopharmacological relevance Kaempferia galanga L. rhizome (KGR) is part of more than sixty-one Ayurvedic formulations and commonly known as ‘Chandramula’. KGR is widely used in traditional Indian medicines to treat fever (jwar), rheumatism (Amavata), respiratory (Shwasa), hypertension (Vyanabala vaishamya) and cardiovascular disorders (Vyanavayu...
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High-throughput and sensitive determination of triterpenoids is challenging by high-performance liquid chromatographic methods due to their non-chromophoric nature, lipophilic properties, and sequential run. The present study demonstrates the development of a validated high-performance thin-layer chromatography (HPTLC) method for the simultaneous d...
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Background Cinnamic acid, a phenolic compound plays a crucial role in the formation of the secondary metabolites in plants using different pathways. Decalepis arayalpathra have plenty of secondary metabolite 2-hydroxy 4-methoxybenzaldehyde (HMB) present in its roots. Objective The study is conducted to confirm the presence of HMB and its precursor...
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Putranjivah (Putranjiva roxburghii Wall, family – Putranjivaceae) is an Indian native medicinal plant used to treat many diseases such as treatment of mouth and stomach ulcers, hot swellings, smallpox, burning sensation and ophthalmopathy. The study of chemical constituents in the bark of P. roxburghii resulted in a new triterpene (6) along with fi...
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Background Decalepis arayalpathra (J. Joseph and V. Chandras.) Venter is used primarily for nutrition besides its therapeutic values. Traditional preparations/formulations from its tuber are used as a vitalizer and blood purifier drink. The folklore medicinal uses cover inflammation, cough, wound healing, antipyretic, and digestive system managemen...
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This article describes the study to standardize phytochemically and distinguish Swertia chirayita from that of possible substitution/adulteration using ultra performance liquid chromatography (UPLC) with photodiode array detector (PDA) and chemometric tools viz. principal component analysis (PCA) and hierarchical clustering analysis (HCA). Five eco...
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A clinical emergency stands due to the appearance of drug resistant Plasmodium strains necessitate novel and effective antimalarial chemotypes, where plants seem as the prime option, especially after the discovery of quinine and artemisinin. The present study was aimed towards bioprospecting leaves of Flueggea virosa for its antimalarial efficacy a...
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A clinical emergency stands due to the appearance of drug resistant Plasmodium strains necessitate novel and effective antimalarial chemotypes, where plants seem as the prime option, especially after the discovery of quinine and artemisinin. The present study was aimed towards bioprospecting leaves of Flueggea virosa for its antimalarial efficacy a...
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Background: Flacourtia indica is especially popular among the various communities of many African countries where it is being used traditionally for the treatment of malaria. In our previous report, we have identified some phenolic glycosides from the aerial parts of F. indica as promising antiplasmodial agents under in vitro conditions. Purpose:...

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