Table of Contents

August  2013

  • Volume 50
  • Issue 8
  • Page Nos. 1-64

Review Article

Nanofibers: Fabrication, Characterization and their Biomedical Applications

PAGE 5
With the emergence of nanotechnology, researchers have become interested in studying the uniqueproperties of nanoscale materials. Nanofibers are attractive in the biomedical field for several reasons.First, surface area on nanofibers is much higher compared to bulk materials, which allows for enhanc...
Gadad A.P., Vannuruswamy G., Vijay Kumar S.V., Dandagi P.M. and Mastiholimath V.S..

Original Research Articles

Development and Validation of Rp-Hplc Method for the Determination of Zolmitriptanin Bulk Drug and Tablet Dosage Form

PAGE 20
A convenient, simple, accurate, precise and reproducible Reverse Phase High Performance LiquidChromatography method was developed and validated for the estimation of zolmitriptan in the bulkdrug and tablet dosage form. Objective was achieved under optimized chromatographic conditions onDionex UHPLC ...
Arora P. K., Chauhan A., Duggal D., Saini P. K., Mathur S. C., Singh R M.* and Singh G. N.

Isolation, Identification and Characterization of Rotenoids from Cajanus Cajan (L.) Millsp.(Leguminoseae)

PAGE 27
Natural insecticides now-a-days have a bright future because synthetic insectides are harmful to humanbeings. Among botanical pesticides, the rotenoids standout for their potency and effectiveness againstmany crop pests and are fifteen times more toxic than the nicotinic acid. Cajanus cajan primaril...
Chaturvedi P.*, Khanna P. and Chowdhary A.

Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Methanolic Extract from Jatropha Curcas (Euphorbiaceae)Leaves on Experimental Animals

PAGE 32
The present study evaluates the analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of the methanolic extractfrom Jatropha curcas (Euphorbiaceae) leaves to provide experimental evidence for its traditional use.Investigations on the analgesic effects and anti-inflammatory activities of J. curcas were carried ...
Chandra P.*, Sachan N., Yadav R., Kishore K. and Ghosh A. K.

Short Notes

In Vitro Anthelmintic Activity of Artemisia Maritima Linn.

PAGE 39
Ethanolic and aqueous extracts of the flower heads of Artemisia maritima Linn. were evaluated foranthelmintic activity on Indian earthworms Pheritima posthuma, using albendazole as reference standard.The extracts caused paralysis followed by death of the worms at all tested dose levels. Ethanolic ex...
Hayat M. M., Sharma S., Vashishth D. and Kaur R

Pharmaceutico Analytical Study of Gandhaka Taila

PAGE 42
Gandhaka taila is a compound ayurvedic formulation prepared from gandhaka (sulphur), goghrita (cowsghee), Arka ksheera (latex of Calotropis procera) and Snuhi ksheera (latex of Euphorbia nerifolia).Thispreparation is mainly used in the management of kustha (skin disorders) and pama (scabies). In thi...
Kotrannavar V.S., Kotrannavar S.S., and Vaidya S. S

Dissolution Method Development and Validation of Tramadol Hydrochloride Capsules

PAGE 47
A dissolution method was developed and validated for evaluation of the dissolution behavior of capsuledosage form of tramadol hydrochloride as there was no official method available. The UV spectrophotometricmethod developed was based on the direct estimation method using 271 nm as ?max of tramadolh...
Farheen H., Mamatha T., Yasmeen Z. and Venkateswara Rao J.
Current Issue
August 2017
Quick Contact