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Antidiabetic Activity of Bambusa arundinaceae Root Extracts on Alloxan Induced Diabetic Rats


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1 Sri Indu Institute of Pharmacy, Sherguda, RR District, 501510, Andhra Pradesh, India
2 Venkateshwara Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nalgonda, A.P,-508 001, India
3 University College of Pharmacy, Osmania University. A.P, 500 007, India
     

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Aqueous ethanolic solvent extracts of Bambusa arundinaceae root (Bambsaceae) were tested for anti-diabetic activity using alloxan induced diabetic rats and compared with standard. The results expressed that aqueous ethanolic extracts had shown significant protection and maximum reduction in blood glucose was observed in alloxan induced diabetic rats. The results of this comprehensive study reveal that Bambusa arundinaceae seed shown statistically significant Anti-Diabetic activity in comparison to the standard glibenclamide.

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Bambusa arundinaceae Root, Antidiabetic Activity, Alloxan, Glibenclamide.
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Sravan Prasad Macharla
Sri Indu Institute of Pharmacy, Sherguda, RR District, 501510, Andhra Pradesh, India
Venkateshwarlu Goli
Venkateshwara Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Nalgonda, A.P,-508 001, India
A. Ravinder Nath
University College of Pharmacy, Osmania University. A.P, 500 007, India

Abstract


Aqueous ethanolic solvent extracts of Bambusa arundinaceae root (Bambsaceae) were tested for anti-diabetic activity using alloxan induced diabetic rats and compared with standard. The results expressed that aqueous ethanolic extracts had shown significant protection and maximum reduction in blood glucose was observed in alloxan induced diabetic rats. The results of this comprehensive study reveal that Bambusa arundinaceae seed shown statistically significant Anti-Diabetic activity in comparison to the standard glibenclamide.

Keywords


Bambusa arundinaceae Root, Antidiabetic Activity, Alloxan, Glibenclamide.