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World Literature on Medicinal Plants from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database -35

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51. Wadood N, Wadood A and Nisar M:
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52. Cherian S and Augusti KT:
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54. Ananthan R, Latha M, Ramkumar
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56. Ghalap S and Kar A: Gymnemic acid
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57. Shanmugasundaram KR,
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58. Sugihara Y, Nojima H, Matsuda H,
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derived from  Gymnema sylvestre
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60. Swanston-flatt SK, Day C, Bailey CJ
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61. Akowuah GA, Sadikun A and
Mariam A: Flavonoid identification
and hypoglycemic studies of
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62. Sachdewa A and Khernani LD: A
preliminary investigation of
possible hypoglycemic activity of
Hibiscus rosa sinensis. Biomedical &
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63. Chakrabarti R, Vikramaditya RK and
Mullangi R: Hypoglycemic and
hypolipidemic activity of Helicteres
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64. Naismith DJ, Mahdi GS and Shakir
NN: Therapeutic value of barley in
the management of diabetes.
Annals of  Nutrition and
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65. Ji Y,chen S, Zhang K and Wang W:
Effects of Hovenia dulcis Thunb on
blood sugar and hepatic glycogen in
diabetic mice.  Zhong Yao Cai 2002;
66. Malalavidhane TS, Wickramasinghe
SMDN, Perera MSA, Jansz ER: Oral
hypoglycemic activity of  Ipomoea
aquatica in streptozotocin induced
diabetic wistar rats and type II
diabetes. Phytotherapy Research
2003; 17(9): 1098-1100
68. Sanchez de Medina F, Gamez MJ,
Jimenez I, Osuna JI and Zarzuelo A:
Hypoglycemic activity of  Juniper
berries. Planta Medica 1994; 60(3):
69. Tsiodras S, Shin RK, Chritian M,
Shaw LM,  and Sass DA:
Anticholinergic toxicity associated
with lupine seed as a home remedy
for diabetes mellitus.   Annals of
Emergency Medicine  1999; 33(6):
70. EI-Fiky FK, Abou-Karam MA and
Afify EA: Effect of  Luffa aegyptiaca
(seeds) &  Cariss edulis (leaves)
extract on blood glucose level of
normal and streptozotocin diabetic
rats.  Journal of 
Ethanopharmacology 1996; 50(1):
71. Kakali Saha, Pulok K. Mukherjee,
Das J, Subhash C. Mandal, Pal M
and Saha BP: Hypoglycemic activity
of  Leucas lavandulaefolia Rees. in
streptozotocin induced diabetic
rats.  Phytotherapy Research  1998;
11(6): 463-466
72. Kakuda T, Sakane I,Takihara T,
Ozaki Y, Takeuchi H and Kuroyanagi
M: Hypoglycemic effect of extract
from lagerstroemia speciosa L.
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73. Eddouks M, Maghrani M, Zeggwagh
NA, Michel JB: Study of the
hypoglycemic activity of  Lepidium
sativum L aqueous extract in
normal and diabetes rats. Journal of 
Ethnopharmacology 2005;  97 (2):
75. Aylin Sepici, llhan Gurbuz, Cemal
Cevik and Erdem Yesilada:
Hypoglycemic effect of myrtle oil in
normal and alloxan induced
diabetic rats. Journal of
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76. Amdraj T and Ignacinuthu S:
Evaluation of the hypoglycemic
effect of Memecylon umbellatum in
normal and alloxan induced
diabetic mice. Journal of
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77. Rao BK, Kesavulu MM, Giri R and
Apparao C: Hypoglycemic and
hypolipidemic effect of momordica
cymbalania Hook.fruit powder in
alloxan diabetic rats. Journal of
Ethnopharmacology 1999; 67: 103-
78. Akhtar MS, Qureshi AQ and Iqbal J:
Hypoglycemic evaluation of
Mucuna pruriense Linn seed. 
Journal of Pakistan Medical
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79. Pari L and Umamaheswari J:
Antihyperglycemic activity of Musa
sapientum flower: effect on lipid
peroxidation in alloxan induced
diabetic rats. Phytotherapy
Research 2000; 14 :136-138
80. Chaturvedi P, Geoge S, Milinganyo
M and Tripathi YB: Effect of
Momordica Charantia on lipid
profile and oral glucose tolerance in
diabetic rats.  Phytotherapy
Research  2004; 18(11) : 954-956
81. Andallu B and Varadacharyulu NC:
Control of hyperglycemia and
retardation of cataract by mulberry
(Morus indica L.) leaves in
streptozotocin diabetic rats.  Indian
Journal of  Experimental  Biology
2002; 40(7) :791-795
83. Mukherjee PK, Saha K, Pal M and
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neucifera rhizome extract on blood
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84. Chatopadhyay RR: Hypoglycemic
effect of  Ocimum sanctum leaf
extract in normal & streptozotocin
diabetic rats. Indian Journal of 
Experimental Biology 1993; 31(11):
85. Gonzalez M, Zarzuelo A, Gamez MJ,
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Hypoglycemic activity of olive leaf. 
Planta Medica 1992; 58(6): 513-515
86. Frati-munari AC, De Leon C, Aliza
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87. Peungvicha P, Thirawarapan SS and
Watanabe H: Hypoglycemic effect
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Pandanus odorus. Biological
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19(3): 364-366
88. Oshima Y, Konno C and Hikino H.
Isolation and hypoglycemic activity
of Panaxans glycans of  Panax
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90. Joy KL and Kuttan R: Antidiabetic
activity of  Picrorrhiza kurroa
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91. Srividya N and Periwal S: Diuretic,
hypotensive, and hypoglycemic
effect of  Phyllanthus amarus.
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92. Pari L and Subramanian
Venkateswaran: Protective role of
Phaseolus vulgaris on changes in
fatty acids  composition in
experimental diabetes. Journal of
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93. Matsuda H, Murakami T, Yashiro K,
Yamahara J and Yoshikawa M:
Hypoglycemic principles of natural
medicine IV aldose- reductase &
alpha glucosidase inhibitors from
the root  of  Salacia oblonga Wall.
(Celastraceae) structure of a new
friedelane type triterpene
kotalagenin-16-acetate. Chemical
and Pharmaceutical Bulletin(Tokyo)
1999; 47: 1725-1729
94. Yoshikawa M, Murakami T, Yashiro
K and Matsuda H: Kotalanol-a
potent α glucosidase inhibitor with
thio sugar sulfonium sulfate
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1998; 46: 1339-1340
95. Saxena AM, Mukherjee SK and
Murthy PS: Mode of action of three
structurally different hypoglycemic
agents: a comparative study. Indian
Journal of Experimental Biology
1996; 34(4): 351-355
97. Pari L and Venkateswaran S:
Hypoglycemic activity of  Scoparia
dulcis L. extract in alloxan induced
hyperglycemic rats. Phytotherapy
Research 2002; 16: 662-664
98. Ajabnoor MA and Tilmisany  AK:
Effect of  Trigonella foenum
graceum on blood glucose level in
normal and alloxan diabetic mice.
Journal of Ethnopharmacology
1988; 22(1): 45-49
99. Li M, Qu W, Wang Y, Wan H and
Tian C: Hypoglycemic effect of
saponin from  Tribulus terrestris.
Zhong Yao Cai 2002; 25(6): 420-422
100.Noor H and Ashcroft SJ:
Antidiabetic effects of  Tinospora
crispa in rat. Journal of
Ethnopharmacology 1989; 27(1-2):
101. Stanely P, Prince M and Menon
VP: Hypoglycemic and other related
action of Tinospora cardifolia roots
in alloxan induced diabetic rats.
Journal of Ethnopharmacology 
2000; 70(1): 9-15
102.Maiti R, Jana D, Das UK and Ghash
D: Antidiabetic effects of aqueous
extract of seed of  Tamarindus
indica in streptozotocin induced
diabetic rats. Journal of
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103. Fort DM, Rao K, Jolad SD, Luo J,
Carlson TJ and King SR:
Antihyperglycemic activity of
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105.Onal S, Timur S, Okutucu B and
Zihnioglu F: Inhibition of α
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106.Ghosh S and Suryawanshi SA:
Effect of  Vinca rosea extract in
treatment of alloxan diabetes in
male albino rats.  Indian Journal of
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107.Andallu B and Radhika B: 
Hypoglycemic, diuretic and
hypocholesterolemic effect of
winter cherry (Withania somnifera
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108.Hsu FL, Chen YC and Cheng JT:
Caffeic acid as active principle from
the fruit of Xanthium strumarium to
lower plasma glucose in diabetic
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109.Akhani SP, Vishwakarma SL and
Goyal RK: Antidiabetic activity of
Zingiber officinale in streptozotocin
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110.Anand KK, Singh B, Chand D,
Chandan BK and Gupta VN:  Effect
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111.Mukhrjee PK: Evaluation of Indian
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113. Pan, GY, Huang ZJ, Wang GJ, 
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114. Kirtikar, KR and Basu, BD: Indian
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115.Uanhong, L, Caili F, Yukui R,
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116.Vessal M, Hemmati M and Vasei
M: Hypoglycemic effects of
quercetin in streptozocin-induced
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135: 357–364.
117.Chau CF, Huang YL and Lee MH: In
vitro hypoglycemic effects of
different insoluble fiber-rich
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118.Ng TB, Wong CM, Li WW and
Yeung HW: Insulin-like molecules in
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119.Nomura E, Kashiwada A, Hosoda A,
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120.Tormo MA, Gil-Exojo I, Romero
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