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ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF THE EXOPOLYSACCHARIDES (EPS) PRODUCED FROM POLLUTED SOIL

Author(s): Ravi Gangalla, Baswaraju Macha, Sarika Kasarla, Rakesh Eerla, Raja komuraiah Thampu*
Abstract: Anti-Inflammatory activity of the exopolysaccharides produced from the polluted soil bacteria. Isolate the Exopolysaccharides were purified by recrystalization techniques and estimated by total carbohydrates by the phenol-sulphuric acid method. Exopolysaccharides (GR-1 to GR-21) were evaluated for In-vitro, In-vivo anti-inflammatory activity the isolated Exopolysaccharides GR-2-65.33±0.14, GR-5- 61.24±0.15, GR-1 -58.23±0.38, considered to possess potent anti-inflammatory activity when compared to standard drug indomethacin.
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Ravi Gangalla, Baswaraju Macha, Sarika Kasarla, Rakesh Eerla, Raja komuraiah Thampu*. ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF THE EXOPOLYSACCHARIDES (EPS) PRODUCED FROM POLLUTED SOIL. 2018; 8(1): 623-631.