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Study pertaining to the Hypothermic Activity of Plumeria rubra, Linn. in PGE1 and TAB-Vaccine Induced Pyrexia Models in Rabbits

DOI: 
10.7727/wimj.2015.172
Synopsis: 
Plumeria rubra, is a potent hypothermia agent. Its efficacy was tested against typhoid (TAB) vaccine and prostaglandin-induced hyperthermia in rabbits. At oral test dose 100 and 200 mg/kg, Plumeria rubra showed excellent hypothermic potential comparable to paracetamol and aspirin.

ABSTRACT

Objective: Plumeria rubra, Linn is a potent medicinal plant in the global systems of medicine. The objective of the present work was to study the antipyretic activity of the plant: Plumeria rubra, Linn is belonging to the family Apocynaceae.

Accepted: 
25 Mar, 2015
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e-Published: 13 Aug, 2015

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Natamycin Treatment of Experimental Candida albicans induced Keratomycosis in Rabbits

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Pages: 
526–9
Synopsis: 
Natamycin has a significant effect against candida albicans in treating experimental keratomycosis.

ABSTRACT

Objective: The efficacy of topical natamycin 5% was studied using a reproducible model of keratomycosis
produced by Candida albicans in the rabbits.

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e-Published: 04 Jul, 2013
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