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Leucaena gum derived from seeds of Leucaena leucocephala has been evaluated as a suspending agent. Suspensions of sulphadimidine powder were prepared with different concentrations of leucaena seed gum, and tragacanth gum, and compared. Studies indicate that this gum may be used as a pharmaceutical adjuvant and as a suspending agent depending on its suspending abilityand the stability of the resulting suspension.
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Author(s): PRP Verma B Razdan