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MATERIALS AND METHODS
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Methods
Collection of the Plant
The leaves of Stachytarpheta indica L. (Vahl) were collected from the Botanical gardens of Karnataka University, Dharwad during the month of May.

Preparation of the Extract
The dried leaves were subjected to successive extraction5-8 by using different solvents of ascending polarity i.e. Petroleum ether, Butanol, Ethyl acetate and Ethanol in a Soxhlet apparatus. Aqueous extraction was carried out by maceration method.

Phytochemical Studies
Preliminary qualitative chemical investigations of Ethanolic extract of leaves of Stachytarpheta indica L. (Vahl) were performed to know the presence of Carbohydrates, Glycosides, Alkaloids, Tannins and Flavonoids. Further thin layer chromatography was performed to confirm their presence.

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
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Schedule for Administration of CCl4 and Test Substances to the Rats
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   Groups
   Dose/kg body weight
   No. of Days/Route
   Group-I
   Normal control
   Tween 80 (1%)
   For 10 days/Oral.
   Group-II
    Hepatotoxic Control
   CCl4 0.7ml/kg
   Tween 80 (1%)
   For 3rd, 6th, and
   10thday/ Intraperitonial
    For 10 days/Oral
   Group-III
   Standard (Liv-52)
   CCl4 0.7ml/kg
    Liv-52-1ml/kg
   For 3rd, 6th, and 10th day/Intraperitonial.
   For 10 days/Oral.
   Group-IV
   Test (Ethanolic extract)
    CCl4 0.7ml/kg
    Ethanolic extract-200mg/ body       weight.
   For 3rd, 6th, and 10th day/    Intraperitonial
   For 10 days/Oral.
 
Conclusion
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Acknowledgement
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Refrences (Write using Bullets and numbering)

  • Desai BG, Annamalai AR, Divya B, Dinesh BM. Effect of enhancers on permeation kinetics of captopril for transdermal system. Asian J Pharma 2008; 2: 35-37. (Journal)
  • Ancel HC, Allen LV, Popovich NG. Pharmaceutical dosage forms and drug delivery systems. 5th ed., New Delhi: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2005: 311-12. (Book)
  • Porter RJ, Meldrum BS. Antiepileptic drugs. In, Katzung BG(ed). Basic and clinical pharmacology. 6th ed., Norwalk (CN): Appleton and Lange; 1995; 361-80. (Chapters in Book)
  • Government of India. Ministry of health and family welfare. Indian Pharmacopoeia Vol. I & II. The Controller of Publication, New Delhi; 1996: 762-10. (Government publications)

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Liver Biopsy

Figure 1: Normal Liver Biopsy (Normal group)


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