Sesbaniagrandiflora Case Study

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TITLE: PHARMACOGNOSTICAL, PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF Sesbaniagrandiflora (L.) PERS

By
Mr. K.V. Veerabhadrappa,M. Pharm,(Ph.D)

Under the Supervision of

DR. J. Raveendra Reddy, M.Pharm, Ph.D

Faculty of Pharmacy

PACIFIC ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND RESEARCHUNIVERSITY
UDAIPUR

1. NAME OF SCHOLAR :- K.V.Veerabhadrappa
Hindi :-के.वि.वीरभद्रप्पा
2. TITLE OF THE RESEARCH :- Pharmacognostical, Phytochemical and
Pharmacological activity of Sesbaniagrandiflora (L.) PERS
Hindi : फार्मकोज्ञोस्टिकल, फयटोचेमिकल आंड फार्मकोलॉजिकल आक्टिविटी ऑफ ससबानियाग्राणदिफलोरा (एल.) पर्स
3. LOCATION

1. Organization/Department where the work is to be done :
Deapertment of Pharmacognosy, Raghavendra institute of pharmaceutical education and
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Identification and isolation of bioactive principle by coloumn chromatography
9. Discussion and conlcusion
8. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
1. Hypotheses to be tested:
1. Pharmacological activity of Sesbaniagrandiflora through invitro and invivo antioxidant mechanism
2. Antidiabetic activity of Sesbaniagrandiflora through hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effect
3. Anticancer activity of Sesbaniagrandiflora through cytotoxicity in MTT assay on U-937
2. Source of information: the source of information through collection of vide literature survey of the medicinal plant and experimental research work.
3. Tools and techniques of research:
Male Wistar albino rat was used for the current research. For antidiabetic activity I have used streptozotocin induced diabetes mellitus methods and for anticancer activity I have used using U-937 - Myeloid leukemic cell lines. Coloumn chromatography was used for the isolation of components.

9. TENTATIVE CHAPTERIZATION
1. Study of through literature to prepare the introduction part of the research work
2. Collection of plant material and chemicals required for the research work
3. Pharmacognostical, extraction and phytochemical investigation of plant material by standard

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