Bindu Indira, Suganya K, Dr. Prakash NS, Dr. Sundaram R and Ilavarasu Arumugam
Phyllanthus maderaspatensis belongs to Phyllanthaceae family is a highly valued medicinal plant and being used now a days in many polyherbal formulations. The plant being a vital component in the formulation, its quality and consistency is of prime importance. Thus it has become important to analyze certain value standard parameters to give a contribution to the valorisation of this natural source. The present study deals with the variation in the bioactive markers in P. maderaspatensis which are collected from different location of Tamil Nadu, South India. Simultaneous comparison of the fingerprints of the plant has been done using TLC technique. Ellagic acid and Rutin were used as reference standards for the identification and quantification of HPLC markers.
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