Sudhir RAGHUTTAMRAO Rajurkar

Sudhir RAGHUTTAMRAO Rajurkar
Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University · Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (Parbhani)

MVSc PhD

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Introduction
Sudhir RAGHUTTAMRAO Rajurkar currently works at the Department of Veterinary Pharmacology and Toxicology (Parbhani), Maharashtra Animal & Fishery Sciences University. Sudhir does research in Ethnobotany, Internal Medicine (General Medicine) and Nutrition and Dietetics. Their most recent publication is 'Studies of Anti-Diabetic Effect of Morinda citrifolia Fruit Juice on Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rat'.

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In the present study, the crude aqueous and chloroform extracts of Annona squamosa was tested for its in-vitro acaricidal efficacy against Rhipicephalus microplus ticks. Concentrations of 2.5%, 5%, 7.5%, 10% and 12.5% were tested against adult ticks whereas 0.312%, 0.625%, 1.25% and 2.5% were tested against larvae. No significant mortality and effe...
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Present investigation was carried out to study antioxidant activity of aqueous extract of Tephrosia purpurea fruit against carbon tetrachloride intoxicated Wistar rats. Forty-eight rats of either sex randomly divided into six groups, 8 rats (4 male and 4 female) in each group. Group I as healthy control, Group II was given CCl4, @ 0.2 ml (1 ml in 1...
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Experimental trial was conducted to evaluate hepatoprotective effects of Cassia fistula in carbon tetrachloride induced hepatotoxic wistar rats and its pathomorphological study for a period of 28 days. The study was conducted on 48 Wistar rats through six groups. Group I was taken healthy control. The group II, III, IV, V and VI being the treatment...
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Diabetes is a metabolic disorder due to insufficiency of insulin (absolute/relative) and generally classified as IDDM and NIDDM. Present study was conducted to observe the anti-diabetic effect of Morinda citrifolia fruit juice. 48 wistar rats of either sex comprising of four groups were taken for the study. Three groups of 36 rats was induced diabe...
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Production of nontoxic and safe nanoparticles is an utmost priority in the recent era of nanotechnology as these nanoparticles are continuously in contact with biological environment. Therefore in the present investigation, gold nanoparticles were synthesized by biological reduction (green synthesis) of chloroauric acid (HAuCl4.3H2O) with Azadirach...
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Morinda citrifolia (family Rubiaceae) ispopular western medicinal plant known by "Noni" or "Indian Mulberry" in India. All parts of this plant are used as valuable medicine for human, also used as wholesome foodforanimals during food scarcity. Its fruits have been extensively screened for different medicinal properties and pharmacological activitie...
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The experiment was conducted for judging the efficacy of a herbal plant extract Holarrhena antidysenterica against caprine coccidiosis. The drug helped in reducing the oocyst count and helped in gaining the weight. The results were compared with amprolium and control group. Present experiment substantiates the use of plant herb for combating the ki...
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Objective: Goal of this study is to investigate the effects of carvedilol (5 mg/kg, p.o), aqueous and methanolic extract of Curcuma longa (500mg/kg, p.o) against cisplatin induced renal damage in Wistar rats after a single intraperitoneal injection of 7.5mg- 1. Methods: Wistar rats were randomly divided into 7 groups (n=10). Rats in group I were n...
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Purpose: To study the preventive and therapeutic Hypolipidemic effect of different coconut oil extracts of Vyosakatvivaradi formulation. Method: High fat diet was fed for 21 days to induce Hyperlipidemia. 110 weanling wistar rats randomly divided in to Eleven groups, four in treatment, four in preventive group, two control and one standarad group....
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In-vitro studies in rats were undertaken on application of forensic entomology for judging the different poisoning cases in animals. The poisons studied were 1) Arsenic (Sodium arsinate) - metal; 2) Dimethorate (Rogar) –Organophosphate; 3) Benfuracarb – Carbamet; 4) Deltamithrin - synthetic pyrethroid along with control group. Flies belonging to Mu...
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In the present study four herbal and one standard chemical drug were tested against lice in vitro and in vivo. The herbal pesticides like Karanj oil, eucalyptus oil, neem oil were diluted in 1 per cent Teepol solution as emulsifier. Topicure was used as such without any dilution. All the four herbal pesticides showed the results as Karanj oil 83-10...
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The hydro alcohol extract of the dried berries parts of Withania cogulance gave new withonolides. Their structures were elucidated on the basis of both the chemical and spectroscopic evidence. The isolated compounds showed anti-diabetic activity.
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The cold aqueous extract of Terminalia belerica fruits was assessed for its effects on blood pressure and respiration in dogs, contraction of heart in frog, motility of duodenum in rabbit, SMA and the analgesic activity in mice. The results revealed hypotensive cardiac depressant, intestinal antispasmodic and CNS depressant effects.
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Investigations were undertaken to monitor the health status of farm labourers engaged in field sprays of MIPC 50 WP (Hexamicin, Mipcin), a carbamate insecticide on cotton crop, as per the protocol approved by the Central Insecticide Board The insecticide sprays (0.1%) were undertaken for six hr on three consecutive days on 1.2 hectares of cotton cr...
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Different species of livestock was exposed to isoprocarb (MIPC 50 WP) sprays to monitor their health status. Exposure of livestock (calves, sheep, dogs and RIR birds) to 0.1 percent isoprocarb sprays on cotton crop for 6 hours a day for three consecutive days, showed no adverse effects on evident from clinical hematological and biochemical observat...
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Three herbal drugs namely LR, DR and NR singly and in combination with amprolium were evaluated against experimental coccidiosis in broiler chicks. The parameters used were clinical signs, body weight gain, feed consumption, FCR, mortality percentage and OPG. From the studies, it was found that these herbal drugs posseses anticoccidial activity. Ho...

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