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α-Glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activities of Mukia maderaspatana (L) Roem

Vadivelan Ramachandran.

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Abstract
Aim:
The present study is to evaluate the invitro antidiabetic activity of Mukia maderaspatana ethanolic extract and fractions by α-glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activity.
Methods:
Inorder to evaluate if the extraction procedure could influence the activity, we decided to extract with ethanol and fractions with chloroform and n-butanol of Mukia maderaspatana and test each of them with enzyme α-glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activity .
Results:
Mukia maderaspatana ethanolic extract and fractions showed dose dependent inhibition of α-glucosidase and α -amylase enzyme and exhibited lower inhibitory activity than acarbose.
Conclusion:
The study revealed the antidiabetic potential and could be helpful to develop medicinal preparations and nutraceuticals and function foods for diabetes.

Key words: Mukia maderaspatana, α-Glucosidase/ α –amylase inhibitor, Diabetes, Nilgiris


 
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Vadivelan Ramachandran (2012) α-Glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activities of Mukia maderaspatana (L) Roem. J Intercult Ethnopharmacol, 1 (2), 97-100. doi:10.5455/jice.20120616023239



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Vadivelan Ramachandran. 2012. α-Glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activities of Mukia maderaspatana (L) Roem. Journal of Intercultural Ethnopharmacology, 1 (2), 97-100. doi:10.5455/jice.20120616023239



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Vadivelan Ramachandran. "α-Glucosidase and α -amylase inhibitory activities of Mukia maderaspatana (L) Roem." Journal of Intercultural Ethnopharmacology 1 (2012), 97-100. doi:10.5455/jice.20120616023239



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