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Articles by Bhartendu Sharma
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  Avneet Gupta , Hem Raj , Bhartendu Sharma and Neeraj Upmanyu
  Bacopa monnieri, Evolvulus alsinoides and Tinospora cordifolia are established ayurvedic herbs having neuropharmacological effect. In present study is aimed to Phytochemical Comparison between Pet ether and Ethanolic extracts of Bacopa monnieri (BME), Evolvulus alsinoides (EAE) and Tinospora cordifolia (TCE). To identify the presence (+) or absence (-) of different phytoconstituents in Pet ether and Ethanolic extracts of BME, EAE and TCE by using various phytochemical testing methods. Phytochemical investigation showed the presence of various phytochemical constituents in Pet ether and Ethanolic extracts of BME, EAE and TCE. When comparison between Pet ether and Ethanolic extracts of BME, EAE and TCE; Ethanolic extracts of these plants showed more phytoconstituents as compared to Pet ether extracts of these plants. From present investigation, it can be concluded that phytochemical comparison is subsequently momentous and useful in finding chemical constituents in the plant substances that may lead to their quantitative evaluation and also pharmacologically active chemical compounds.
  Naresh Singh Gill and Bhartendu Sharma
  The antioxidant activity of Murraya koenigii (L.) Spreng (Family: Rutaceae), leaves was investigated in male wistar rats. Potassium dichromate was used to induce oxidative stress. The traditional medical literature describes its potential role as a source of many vitamins, flavonoids, phenols and domestic remedy for many human disorders. The whole plant is considered to be tonic, antidiarrhoeal, febrifuge, blood purifier and as stomachic. In the present study animals were divided into four groups Group I (Control), Group II (Potassium dichromate), Group III (Murraya koenigii+Potassium dichromate) and Group IV (Murraya koenigii). in vivo antioxidant activity of Murraya koenigii inhibited the toxicity of potassium dichromate. The GSH content in liver (1.79±0.019) and kidney (1.967±0.013) of Group IV rats significantly (p<0.05) increased whereas, hepatic malondialdehyde content in liver (2.44±0.29) and kidney (2.34±0.057) was significantly (p<0.05) reduced as compare to control. However, Chromate significantly (p<0.05) decreased the reduced glutathione (GSH) content and increases hepatic malondialdehyde (MDA) content in both liver and kidney as compared to control. Further post treatment with Murraya koenigii (Group III) significantly (p<0.05) increase the GSH content in liver (1.54±0.013) and kidney (1.27±0.011) as compared to Group II whereas, hepatic malondialdehyde content in liver (4.24±0.71) and kidney (3.86±0.038) was significantly (p<0.05) reduced as compare to Group II(Potassium dichromate) These results clearly indicate that Murraya koenigii leaves have significant potential as a natural antioxidant agents.
 
 
 
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