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Pharmacological Evaluation of Tamarix aphylla for Anti-inflammatory, Anti-pyretic and Anti-nociceptive Activities in Standard Animal Models

The present study provides pharmacological base for the medicinal use of Tamarix aphylla as anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic and antinociceptive herbal remidies in standard animal models such as carrageenan induced edema and xylene induced ear edema models for anti-inflammatory, brewer yeast induced pyrexia model for anti-pyretic activity, hot plate and acetic acid induced writhing models for anti-nociceptive properties.


Objectives: The objective of this study was to assess anti-inflammatory, anti-pyretic and anti-nociceptive activities of methanol extract of Tamarix Aphylla (TAME) in experimental animal models.

09 Jan, 2017
13 Jan, 2017
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e-Published: 03 Feb, 2017


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