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Root extracts of Pavonia odorata has to investigate the bioactive compounds using GC-MS analysis. It revealed the existence of 9 compounds. The present investigation was undertaken by comparative study of antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory activity between chloroform, ethyl acetate and methanolic extracts. The chloroform and ethyl acetate extract has excellent activity against Staphylococcus aureus (24 ± 0.69 & 22 ± 1.38 mm) and Candida albicans (19 ± 0.24 & 16 ± 1.02 mm). The anti-inflammatory activity of root extracts, Carrageenan-induced rat paw edema has frequently used to assess the anti-inflammatory effects of natural products. Chloroform extract has higher activity than ethyl acetate extract. It may be due to the presence of bioactive components.
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Author(s): Rayar A Aeganathan R Ilayaraja S Prabakaran K and Manivannan R
GC-MS Analysis, anti-microbial activity, antiinflammatory, Pavonia odorata., Phytomedicine, Therapeutics