G.V. Pavan Kumar, R. Divya, V. Pratyusha, G. Monica
G.V. Pavan Kumar* R. Divya, V. Pratyusha, G. Monica
Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Hindu College of Pharmacy, A.P, India
Volume - 5,
Issue - 6,
Year - 2012
A new amide has been isolated from the Dichloromethane extract of the stem bark of zanthoxylum armatum (Rutaceae) together with four known compounds ß-sitosterol, Armatamide, Limonene and Eudesmin. The structure of amide isolated was established as N-(3’,4’-methylene dioxy phenyl ethyl)-3,4-methylene dioxy cinnamoyl amide. Invitro screening experiment for antibacterial activity of dichloromethane bark extract was subjected to biological testing. The minimum inhibitory concentration(MIC-400µg/ML) of extract was determined using standard agar medium by cup and plate method.
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G.V. Pavan Kumar, R. Divya, V. Pratyusha, G. Monica. Phytochemical Investigations on Bark and Invitro Microbial Assay of Zanthoxylum armatum DC. Asian J. Research Chem. 5(6): June, 2012; Page 730-732.