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Composition, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory activities of different polarity extracts of Anaphalis busua from the Himalayan terrain of Uttarakhand

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Ananya Bahuguna
Shiv Kumar Dubey
Vaishali Garia
Ravendra Kumar
Om Prakash
Dharmendra Singh Rawat

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The current study describes the analysis of the phytochemical composition and biological activities of various polarity extracts of the Anaphalis busua plant that was collected at an altitude of 1654 m in the Himalayan terrain of Uttarakhand, India. The extracts were prepared by the cold percolation method, which was then subjected to GC-MS for phytochemical analysis. A total of 31 compounds were identified that constituted 94.95% of the total methanolic extract. Mome inositol (31.03%) was identified as the main compound in the methanolic extract. Twenty-two compounds that comprise 68.24% of the total hexane extract were identified. Tetracontane (19.33%) was present in a significant proportion. The methanolic extract demonstrated potent antioxidant activity in terms of DPPH radical scavenging and metal chelating activity that have IC50 values of 81.71±1.334 and 11.26±0.005 µg/mL, respectively, compared to standards ascorbic acid and EDTA that have IC50 values at 12.71±0.02 and 11.36±0.06 µg/mL, respectively. The methanolic extract showed potent anti-inflammatory activity with an IC50 value of 24.10±0.09 µg/mL in comparison to standard diclofenac potassium with an IC50 value of 18.95±0.03 µg/mL. In vitro studies reveal that A. busua has a strong therapeutic potential and, if further explored, may prove to be a powerful antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, and cost-effective agent compared to synthetically derived agents from pharmaceutical industries.


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Bahuguna, A.; Dubey, S. K.; Garia, V.; Kumar, R.; Prakash, O.; Rawat, D. S. Composition, Antioxidant and Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Different Polarity Extracts of Anaphalis Busua from the Himalayan Terrain of Uttarakhand. Eur. J. Chem. 2023, 14, 114-120.

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The Advanced Instrumentation Research Facility of Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU), New Delhi, India and The Department of Biochemistry, Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, India.
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