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EVALUATION OF ANALGESIC (IN VIVO) ACTIVITY OF ARIFLEX TABLET IN COMPARISON WITH DICLOFENAC AND ACECLOFENAC USING ACETIC ACID INDUCED WRITHING MODEL IN MICE

Objective: The present study was done to determine the analgesic activity of Ariflex Tablet, which is a polyherbal formulation that was conceptualized and produced by Ari Healthcare Private in comparison to Aceclofenac and Diclofenac Tablets. As a standard drug, Diclofenac Tablet was orally administered to Group 2 animals. Aceclofenac Tablet was orally administered with Aceclefenac Tablet as Standard drug and Group 4 Animals were orally administered with Ariflex Tablets. After 1 h of injecting 1% acetic acid intraperitoneally in a volume of 0. 1 ml/10 g body weight, the test and standard needle were orally administered with feeding needle. Results: In an acetic acid-induced writhing model, all of the tested formulations exhibit analgesic activity. Ariflex Tablet was similar in analgesic activity to that of Diclofenac Sodium. Conclusion: Ariflex Tablets have a high analgesic activity, according to the author. Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, Gouty arthritis, Lumbago, Sciatica, and Spondylitis can be treated with an Ariflex Tablet.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.22159/ajpcr.2021.v14i8.42188


Effects of climatic test parameters on acetic acid emission from beech ( Fagus sylvatica L.)

Abstract acetic acid leakage from beech samples was tested in test chambers operated according to ISO 16000 part 9 and as a result of temperature and relative humidity. Possibly, RH contributes to AA emissions both by increased hydrolysis of acetyl groups and as well as facilitation of the diffusion of AA into the atmosphere by diffusion. With thermal desorption-gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, as well as ion chromatography, the concentration of AA in test chamber air was determined by test chamber air test chamber air.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1515/hf-2011-0237


INDOLE ACETIC ACID (IAA) PRODUCTION POTENTIAL OF PGPR BACTERIAL ISOLATES AND THEIR EFFECT ON SEED GERMINATION IN ZEA MAYS L.

Using PCR reactions and biochemical tests, the researchers were able to establish the presence of indole-3-acetic acid in PGPR isolates. Positive isolates were tested under in vitro conditions for germination on maize seeds. The Salkowski method was used for IAA tests on 30 bacterial isolates with PGPR properties. According to the IAA test, the KH14. 3 and KH24. 1. 2 isolates were biochemically active in terms of the IAA test. According to the randomized plot layout, 20 maize seeds were coated with IAA-positive isolates in petri dishes in triplicates for germination experiments. For 7 days in an incubator at 25u00b0C, the germination test was monitored. At the level of P=u22640. 05. 05, the difference between the bacterial coating and control group was significant. For KH14. 3 and 2. 7% for KH24. 1. 2, 99. 95 percent were determined, with 99. 9% for KH14. 3 and 2. 7 percent for KH24. 1. 2. Present results showed that KH14. 3 was ACC deaminase, phosphatase, and siderophore-positive, with KH24. 1. 2 being positive for ACC deaminase and phosphatase in ACC.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.47068/ctns.2022.v11i22.011


Potential pathways of indole acetic acid (IAA) biosynthesis in Euphorbia abyssinica

Latex samples from northern Ethiopia that were chemically tested contained on average 0. 06 mg/l latex, as well as the IAA metabolites indole lactate and indole ethanol.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/npre.2008.2212.1


Global insights into acetic acid resistance mechanisms and genetic stability of Acetobacter pasteurianus strains by comparative genomics

Abstract Acetobacter pasteurianus CICC 20001 and CGMCC 1. 41 are two acetic acid bacteria strains that have been widely used to produce and transport high amounts of acetic acid in China. The discovery of some amino acids and the established mechanisms of acetic acid tolerance in Ap strains, according to a study of the acid-tolerant metabolic pathway at the genomic level, could contribute to acetic acid resistance in Ap strains in collaboration.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep18330


Graphene Oxide Thin Films for Detection and Quantification of Industrially Relevant Alcohols and Acetic Acid

Volatile organic compounds are one of the most typical classes of analytes that are present in factory and university indoor air. VOCs in the industrial context are abundant, and a large number of human health problems and pathologies are thought to be triggered by both short- and long-term exposures. This research shows that graphene oxide thin films can be used to distinguish acetic acid, ethanol, isopropanol, and methanol, essential analytes in the field of industrial air quality, using the electronic nose design based on impedance spectra measurements. The resolution of this sensor to detect the various analytes is lower than 0. 04 ppm, which means that it is an important sensor for use as an electronic nose for the detection of VOCs.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/s23010462


Tuning the properties of polyhydroxybutyrate films using acetic acid via solvent casting

The films cast at various temperatures were characterized, mechanical properties, and surface morphology of the films cast at different temperatures were compared to PHB films cast using chloroform as a solvent. The characteristics of the PHB film exhibited a significant change with solvent casting temperature, according to the researchers. In general, samples treated with acetic acid at low temperatures had similar mechanical characteristics to PHB cast using chloroform.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep17884


Indole-3-Acetic Acid Produced by Burkholderia heleia Acts as a Phenylacetic Acid Antagonist to Disrupt Tropolone Biosynthesis in Burkholderia plantarii

Burkholderia plantarii's PAK1-2 is a potent biocontrol agent isolated from rice rhizosphere, and it helps prevent bacterial rice seedling blight disease caused by Burkholderia plantarii blight disease. Here, we isolated a non-antibacterial metabolite from B. heleia PAK1-2's culture fluid that was able to reduce B. plantarii virulence and was later identified as indole-3-acetic acid. The production of tropolone in B. plantarii was suspended in a dose-dependent manner without any antibacterial or quorum quenching activity, suggesting that IAA suspended tropolone biosynthesis. Both PAA and tropolone production was suspended after the B. plantarii exposure to IAA. These results, particularly the phenyl group of the precursor to attenuate the virulence of B. plantarii, indicated that IAA manufactured by B. heleia PAK1-2 disrupts tropolone production during the conversion of PAA to tropolone via the ring-rearrangement.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep22596


Acetic Acid, 2-Undecanone, and (E)-2-Decenal Ultrastructural Malformations on Meloidogyne incognita

Abstract The use of natural compounds to fight phytonematodes is on the rise, as the bulk of the old synthetic pesticides have been outlawed due to their eco-hostile properties. The Meloidogyne spp's biologically active molecules are now tested against Meloidogyne spp. We offer update on the morphology of the Meloidogyne incognita J2 after treatment with nematic plant secondary metabolites, acetic acid, -2-decenal, and 2-undecanone. For this reason, scanning electron microscopy and transmission electron microscopy have been used.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21307/jofnem-2017-033


Complete Defluorination of Perfluorinated Compounds by Hydrated Electrons Generated from 3-Indole-acetic-acid in Organomodified Montmorillonite

Abstract Abstract: This paper introduces a novel technique that results in complete defluorination and decomposition of perfluorinated chemicals, which are one of the most common and widely distributed classes of hazardous pollutant chemicals present in natural environments. Organomontmorillonite clay aids in the formation of highly reactive hydrated electrons by stabilizing indole radical cations created during photolysis, preventing their deactivation by protons or oxygen reactions.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1038/srep32949

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