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The ethanol extract of dried leaves of Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam. and different crude fractions such as petroleum ether (40-60Â°), butanol, butanone and methanol were tested for various phytoconstituents and screened for wound healing properties using incision, excision and dead space (granulation) wound models in albino rats. The methanol fraction had exhibited the most significant wound healing property followed by butanol, butanone fractions and ethanol extract, where as petroleum ether fraction was least effective.
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Author(s): Kalpana S Patil A G Jadhav V S Joshi