Pharmacological Activities of Compound Present in Cassia Auriculata by Pass Prediction Method

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DOI: 10.21522./TIJBMS.2016.02.02.Art004

Authors : A. Chandra Mohan, Dhanarajan M.S, Geetha S, Gajalakshmi R, Divya S. R


PASS Prediction of pharmacological activity for the above compound indicated that these compounds were found to possess various pharmacological activities in the range 69.3 - 97.8%. Both Dodecanoic Acid and n-hexadecanoic Acid were found to exhibit similar pharmacological activities as Acylcarnitine hydrolyse inhibitor (97.3%). α-Tocopherol exhibit the highest pharmacological activity as Lipid peroxidase inhibitor (97.8%) among the six phytoconstituent selected for PASS prediction.

Keywords: Cassia auriculata, Phytochemical compounds, Pharmacological activity and PASS prediction.


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