SCOPE was established in the year 1999, under the banner of B. R. Nahata Smriti Sansthan in the memory of great social leader, renowned parliamentarian and educationalist, Late "Shri Bhanwarlalji Nahata". The institute is solely dedicated to Noble Profession of Pharmacy. The academic programs have been bench-marked against the best prevailing standards with regular up-gradation.
Dr. Amit Gangwal,
Smriti college of pharmaceutical education, Indore
Plant remains to be the enviable source of molecules of therapeutic significance. Since antiquity, these bio resources have been in use for variety of diseases in different part of the world. Regardless of the type of plant, targeted ailment or other such parameters, the one step which is one of the most important and common is removal of the molecule or fraction or part there of from the plant biomass. Several new methods besides the usual organic solvent extraction have been developed over the last few years for the extraction of primary and secondary metabolites. These are alcohol extraction with various biocompatible solvents, recovery of carboxylic acids and antibiotics with reactive extraction, dissociation extraction, aqueous two-phase extraction, and supercritical and near critical fluid extraction. Extraction and re-extraction processes are integrated into a single step by emulsion liquid membrane and solid supported liquid membrane extractions.
Girendra Kumar Gautam*1, Chandra Shekhar Singh2, S C Dwivedi3 and G Vidyasagar4
1,3,4 Suresh Gyan Vihar University, Jaipur, Rajsthan, India
1 Malhotra College Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
2 Shambhunath Insitute of Pharmacy, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.
From last two or three decay, there is a large growth in the sector of plant medicine means herbal medicine. It is due to increase of awareness and knowledge about plant. In India and China, the ratio of this growth is more than any other country of the world. Interest the usage of various medicinal plants from traditional system of medicine for the treatment of different ailments is also history of India and China. Abutilon is an Indian medicinal genus which has a number of herbs specie,is noted for their medicinal benefits in traditional system of medicine. Abutilonis a large genus of approximately 150 species of broadleaf evergreens in the mallow family, Malvaceae. The genus includes annuals, perennials, shrubs, and small trees from 1–10 m tall, and is found in the tropical and subtropical regions of all continents. Some medicinally important attributes have been assigned to the plants of this species. In sort of this, the present work aim is to find out different pharmacological activity done on this Indian medicinal plant.
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Shri Rawatpura Sarkar Institute Of Pharmacy
Kumhari, Distt-Durg , Chhatisgarh, India
This century will see the arrival of lifestyle drugs to enhance the power of our minds. These ‘smart’ drugs, or nootropics, will be substances that increase the speed of our learning and the capacity of our memory. Nootropics are thought to work by altering the availability of the brain's supply of neurochemicals (neurotransmitters, enzymes, and hormones), by improving the brain's oxygen supply, or by stimulating nerve growth. Nootropics has proved to be a very successful pharmacological means of raising academic performance in children with attention deficit disorder and it is therefore regarded as a nootropic. Motivation and attention are aspects of cognition that vary particularly with wakefulness. Research into learning and memory is yielding a wide range of targets for drug companies in search of the perfect nootropic.
Vishnu Dev 1*, Rajiv saxena 2
1 Truba Institute of pharmacy, Bhopal.
2 Assoc. Professor, Truba Institute of pharmacy, Bhopal
The present study was designed to investigate the anti-dote activity of the methanolic and aqueous extract of musa sapientum. The extract was evaluated by physical and serum biochemical parameters as TC and TG. Anti-dote activity of both extract was determined by acute and chronic codeine poisoning,
Acute opioid intoxication and overdose are common causes of presentation to emergency departments. Although naloxone, a pure opioid antagonist, has been available for many years, there is still confusion over the appropriate dose and route of administration. This article looks at the reasons for this uncertainty and undertakes a literature review from which a treatment algorithm is presented.
The anti-dote activity of musa sapientum leaves against codeine induced acute and chronic poisoning was studied in Wistar albino rats. The various fractions of the leaf extract were administered orally (200 mg/kg) simultaneously with codeine (32m g/kg) for 5-10 days. At the end of the experiment, levels of triglycerides, total cholesterol content were measured. Administration of codeine produced a CNS depressant activity and causes poisioning. There was a significant increase in total cholesterol and triglycerides when compared to normal control. physical observation indicated that simultaneous administration of the fractions delayed the onset of toxicity. All the fractions prevented the poisoning damage caused codeine overdose. The leaves of musa sapientum protected the CNS against codeine damage which may be due to its antagonist activity of codeine.
*1Krishna Das Gupta, 2Dileep Bharti
1M.Pharm(P'cology), NRI Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences(NIPS), Bhopal
2Asst professor, NIPS, Bhopal(MP)
Inflammation is defined as the local response of living mammalian to injury due to agent. It is a body reaction in order to eliminate or limit the spread of injurious agent as well as to remove the consequent necroses cells and tissues.
Inflammation is protective and defensive mechanism of the body. During inflammatory conditions various pathological changes are take place. The production of active inflammatory mediators is triggered by microbial products or by host proteins such as proteins of the complement, kinins and coagulation systems that are themselves are activated by microbes and damaged tissues.
The inflammatory process is closely intertwined with the process of repair. Both of these processes proceed simultaneously; however the repair activities of either tissue regeneration or scarring predominate after the injurious agent has been eliminated. The inflammatory process may be destructive to tissues when activated repeatedly or in appropriately such as in autoimmune diseases in which native antigens are recognized as foreign by the individual’s immune system.
Department of pharmacy,
b.u Bhopal (m.p.), India
The oral route of drug administration is the most important method for administering drugs for systemic effects. Except in certain cases the parenteral route is not routinely used for self administration, e.g. insulin. The topical route of administration has only recently been employed to deliver drugs to the body for systemic effects. The parenteral route of administration is important in treating medical emergencies in which the subject is comatose or cannot swallow. Nevertheless it is probable that at least 90% of all drugs used to provide systemic effects are administered by the oral route.
ABHISHAK SINGH PARMAR,
M.PHARMACY (MEDICINAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL CHEMISTRY),
B.R.NAHATA COLLEGE OF PHARMACY,
1.1 Medicinal and Pharmaceutical chemistry
It is a discipline at the intersection of chemistry and pharmacology involved with designing, synthesizing and developing pharmaceutical drugs. Medicinal chemistry involves the identification, synthesis and development of new chemical entities suitable for therapeutic use. It also includes the study of existing drugs, their biological properties, and their quantitative structure-activity relationships (QSAR). Pharmaceutical chemistry is focused on quality aspects of medicines and aims to assure fitness for the purpose of medicinal products. Compounds used as medicines are overwhelmingly organic compounds including small organic molecules and biopolymers. However, inorganic compounds and metal-containing compounds have been found to be useful as drugs. For example, the cis-platin series of platinum-containing complexes have found use as anti-cancer agents.1