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FT-IR was done to confirm the functional groups present in the acetonic extract of plant collected from Baijnath district (Kangra), which gave the maximum activity against bacteria, Fungi and Candida.
Phytochemical test revealed the presence of steroids and alkaloids in acetonic FE and their absence in the other extracts, could explain the difference in their biological activity.
Kunyanga CN, Imungi JK, Okoth M, Momanyi C, Biesalski HK and V Vadivel Antioxidant and antidiabetic properties of condensed tannins in acetonic extract of raw and processed food ingredients from Kenya.
This is proved by current study that oil extracted by methanolic, ethanolic, diethyl ether, acetonic and n-hexane shows effective antibacterial activity against both gram positive and gram negative bacteria.
As show in diagram 1, methanolic extract of mint showed the highest extraction efficiency and acetonic extract of basil had the lowest efficiency.
Hypoglycaemic and antidiabetic activity of acetonic extract of Vernonia colorata leaves in normoglycaemic and alloxan-induced diabetic rats.
Until the 2002 ban on kava based products, ethanolic and acetonic kava extracts had been sold as regulatory approved drugs in pharmacies without prescription in Germany and Switzerland.
24) However, a study of liver toxicity reports found that water-based extractions, acetonic extractions, and.
Inibition of inducible oxide synthase expression by na acetonic extract from Feijoa sellowiana Berg.
Tetradiclidaceae) acetonic seed extract acted as a strong repellent on M.
The aim of the present study is to evaluate the antioxidant potentials and tyrosinase inhibitory effects of acetonic, methanolic, and hot water extracts from the fruiting bodies of P.
Forster) as an anxiolytic herb has clearly been shown for ethanolic and acetonic kava extracts (Pittler and Ernst 2003; Sards and Kavanagh 2009) as well as water based ones (Sarris et al.