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"Sweet Potential for Diabetes"
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Cassia auriculata and Cassia
alata as potential antidiabetic agents
are extensively used in many
countries, but predominantly in
Asia, for treating
have been shown to have
antidiabetic activities in
experimental animals but the
mechanisms of action and active
constituents were not known.
separated the various parts of
the plants and extracted them
We have shown
the possible mechanisms of
action and identified the active
Bose, L.V., HABTEMARIASM, S*. (2012). Antidiabetic components of
leaves: Identification through
Pharmaceutical Biology. Published online: 9
HABTEMARIAM, S. (2012). Identification
of the antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic principles of
HABTEMARIAM, S. (2012). Antihyperlipidemic components of
Cassia auriculata aerial parts:
Identification through in vitro
studies. Phytotherapy Research. DOI:
10.1002/ptr.4711 Published online: 18 March 2012.
HABTEMARIAM, S. (2011). Targeting intestinal digestive
enzymes by natural products: synergistic effects of flavonoids. Planta
Medica 177(12), 1404.
(2011). Alpha-Glucosidase inhibitory
activity of kaempferol-3-O-rutinoside.
Natural Product Communications
Juan-Badaturuge, M., HABTEMARIAM, S*.,
Thomas, M.J.K. (2011). Antioxidant compounds from a South Asian beverage and
medicinal plant, Cassia auriculata. Food
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