Complete Screening Of The Moringa Oleifera Leaf For Different Therapeutic Applications | 4712
Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials
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Moringa oleifera, commonly known as Drum stick tree, is a pan-tropical species widely cultivated all over India - also known
by different regional names as Sajna, Saijhan, Horse radish tree, Marango, Mlonge, and Mulangay. Many reports have
been published previously about the nutritional and medicinal properties of Moringa. Evenits utility as a non-food product has
been extensively described (e.g. lumber, charcoal, fencing, water clarification, lubricating oil).The objective of the present study
is the screening of different therapeutic properties of the Moringa leaves. As part of this exercise, the whole extract was tested
for the effect on high creatinine level in the blood serum of human body. The high creatinine level in the blood is generally
harmful for the kidney. A colorimetric detection process was used for the determination of creatinine level in serum, and it was
discovered that the leaf extract does have an effect on reducing high creatinine levels. Further the whole extract is being purified
for specifying which component protein would be the key player for the other reported therapeutic uses of Moringa leaf, viz.,
anticancer and anticoagulant activities, apart from the creatinine control.
Subhasish has completed his B.Pharm at the age of 22 years from Biju Patnaik University of Technology, Odisha and now he is doing his M.E
(Biotechnology) in BITS Pilani K K Birla Goa Campus. He has published 4 papers in International journals.He has participated in several National
and State level conferences.
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