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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 2, February 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Biologically Active Fraction Of Flemingia Wightiana's Ethanolic Leaf Extract And Its Cytotoxic Properties

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AUTHOR(S)

M. Lakshmi Priya, C. V. Naidu, Josthna Penchalaneni

 

KEYWORDS

Flemingia wightiana; Ethanolic leaf extract; Fractions; Bioactive compounds; Cytotoxicity; HCT-116 cancer cell lines; Anti-cancer.

 

ABSTRACT

Upon purification, various anti-cancer drugs derived from plant materials were tested on cells, including various cancer cell lines and laboratory animals and then sent to clinical trials. In recent years, the number of newly discovered natural compounds has increased dynamically.Such compounds have cytotoxic properties with a range of action mechanisms such as tumor cell growth inhibition, apoptosis induction, DNA disruption, topoisomerase inhibition I and II, apoptosis induction, and others.Our present study deals with extraction and isolation of different fractions of Flemingia wightiana's ethanolic leaf extract by using column chromatography and thin layer chromatography [TLC]. This purification results in three different fractions where these three were subjected to identify their cytotoxicity against HCT-116 cancer cell lines.MTT reports make it clear that fraction 1 is the active fraction of all, and this is further continued to find the exact bioactive compounds through GC-MS.

 

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