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Year : 1995  |  Volume : 27  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 101-105

Biochemical studies on the antiulcerogenic activity of Cauvery 100, an ayurvedic formulation in experimental ulcers



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Cauvery 100, an ayurvedic formulation was used to treat indomethacin induced ulcers in rats. The levels of hexosamine and sialic acid showed marked increase in ulcer while hexose and fucose did not show any change.However, on treatment with Cauvery 100 for 15 days, the hexosamine and sialic acid levels were brought back to normal. Asimilar result was observed in the activity of the enzyme pepsin. The hormone gastrin was increased in ulcer and was brought back to near normal levels on Cauvery 100 treatment. The tritiated thymidine uptake after 48 hrs of injection showed decreased levels in ulcer, while Cauvery 100 treatment had a similar uptake as that of the controls.From these results it is evident that Cauvery 100 is a promising antiulcer agent,






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