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K K Anand – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • adaptogenic activity of a novel withanolide free aqueous fraction from the roots of withania somnifera dun part ii
    Phytotherapy Research, 2001
    Co-Authors: B. Singh, D. K. Gupta, B K Chandan, A K Saxena, Kamlesh K Bhutani, K K Anand

    Abstract:

    The practitioners of the traditional Indian system of medicine regard Withania somnifera Dun. as the ‘Indian ginseng’. A new withanolide-free aqueous fraction was isolated from the roots of this plant and was evaluated for putative Antistress activity against a battery of tests such as hypoxia time, antifatigue effect, swimming performance time, swimming induced gastric ulceration and hypothermia, immobilization induced gastric ulceration, autoanalgesia and biochemical changes in the adrenal glands. This bioactive fraction exhibited significant Antistress activity in a dose-related manner in all the parameters studied. The extract of Withania somnifera root (a commercial preparation available locally) was used to
    compare the results. A preliminary acute toxicity study in mice showed a good margin of safety. Copyright
    � 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

B. Singh – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Adaptogenic activity of a novel withanolide-free aqueous fraction from the roots of Withania somnifera Dun. (Part II).
    Phytotherapy research : PTR, 2020
    Co-Authors: B. Singh, B K Chandan, D. K. Gupta

    Abstract:

    In the Indian traditional system of medicine Withania somnifera Dun. is widely regarded as the Indian Ginseng. A new withanolide-free hydrosoluble fraction was isolated from the roots of Withania somnifera Dun. and was evaluated for putative Antistress activity against a battery of tests to delineate the activity of this fraction. The latter fraction exhibited significant Antistress activity in a dose-related manner (Singh et al., 2001) and was further studied against chemical and physical induced stress in rats and mice. The extract of Withania somnifera root (a commercial preparation available locally) was also used to compare the results. A preliminary acute toxicity study in mice showed a good margin of safety with a high therapeutic index.

  • adaptogenic activity of a novel withanolide free aqueous fraction from the roots of withania somnifera dun part ii
    Phytotherapy Research, 2001
    Co-Authors: B. Singh, D. K. Gupta, B K Chandan, A K Saxena, Kamlesh K Bhutani, K K Anand

    Abstract:

    The practitioners of the traditional Indian system of medicine regard Withania somnifera Dun. as the ‘Indian ginseng’. A new withanolide-free aqueous fraction was isolated from the roots of this plant and was evaluated for putative Antistress activity against a battery of tests such as hypoxia time, antifatigue effect, swimming performance time, swimming induced gastric ulceration and hypothermia, immobilization induced gastric ulceration, autoanalgesia and biochemical changes in the adrenal glands. This bioactive fraction exhibited significant Antistress activity in a dose-related manner in all the parameters studied. The extract of Withania somnifera root (a commercial preparation available locally) was used to
    compare the results. A preliminary acute toxicity study in mice showed a good margin of safety. Copyright
    � 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

D. K. Gupta – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Adaptogenic activity of a novel withanolide-free aqueous fraction from the roots of Withania somnifera Dun. (Part II).
    Phytotherapy research : PTR, 2020
    Co-Authors: B. Singh, B K Chandan, D. K. Gupta

    Abstract:

    In the Indian traditional system of medicine Withania somnifera Dun. is widely regarded as the Indian Ginseng. A new withanolide-free hydrosoluble fraction was isolated from the roots of Withania somnifera Dun. and was evaluated for putative Antistress activity against a battery of tests to delineate the activity of this fraction. The latter fraction exhibited significant Antistress activity in a dose-related manner (Singh et al., 2001) and was further studied against chemical and physical induced stress in rats and mice. The extract of Withania somnifera root (a commercial preparation available locally) was also used to compare the results. A preliminary acute toxicity study in mice showed a good margin of safety with a high therapeutic index.

  • adaptogenic activity of a novel withanolide free aqueous fraction from the roots of withania somnifera dun part ii
    Phytotherapy Research, 2001
    Co-Authors: B. Singh, D. K. Gupta, B K Chandan, A K Saxena, Kamlesh K Bhutani, K K Anand

    Abstract:

    The practitioners of the traditional Indian system of medicine regard Withania somnifera Dun. as the ‘Indian ginseng’. A new withanolide-free aqueous fraction was isolated from the roots of this plant and was evaluated for putative Antistress activity against a battery of tests such as hypoxia time, antifatigue effect, swimming performance time, swimming induced gastric ulceration and hypothermia, immobilization induced gastric ulceration, autoanalgesia and biochemical changes in the adrenal glands. This bioactive fraction exhibited significant Antistress activity in a dose-related manner in all the parameters studied. The extract of Withania somnifera root (a commercial preparation available locally) was used to
    compare the results. A preliminary acute toxicity study in mice showed a good margin of safety. Copyright
    � 2001 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.