Publications

  1. Divya M K, Salini S, Meera N, Lincy L, Seema M, A. C. Raghavamenon and Babu T D (2016). Attenuation of DMBA/croton oil induced mouse skin papilloma by Apodytes dimidiata mediated by its antioxidant and antimutagenic potential. Pharm Biol 15, 1-11.
  2. Divya M K, Lincy L, A. C. Raghavamenon and Babu T D (2016). Ameliorative effect of Apodytes dimidiata on cisplatin-induced nephrotoxicity in Wistar rats. Pharm Biol 3, 1-9 (ahead of print).
  3. Divya M K, Salini S, Chubicka T, Raghavamenon A C and Babu T D (2015). Evaluation of Cytotoxic and Antitumour Properties of Apodytes dimidiata and Characterisation of the Bioactive Component. Planta Med 81, 1705-1711.
  4. Salini S, Divya M K, Chubicka T, Meera N, Fulzele D P, A. C. Ragavamenon and Babu T D (2015). Protective effect of Scutellaria species on AAPH-induced oxidative damage in human erythrocyte. Journal of basic and clinical physiology and pharmacology (in press).
  5. A. P Shahid, S .Salini, N. Sasidharan, J. Padikkala, A. C Raghavamenon and T D Babu (2015). Effect of Saracaasoca (Asoka) on estradiol induced keratinizing metaplasia in rat uterus. Journal of Basic Clinical Physiology and Pharmacology 26:509-515.
  6. T. Chubicka, D. Girija, S. Salini S, A.C Raghavamenon and TD Babu (2014). Tumour inhibitory effect of a crystal protein from Bacillus thuringiensis isolate of Peninsular India. International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research. 7 (4).
  7. M.K Divya, D.Sheema, A. C. Raghavamenon and TD Babu (2014) Cytotoxic and antitumor effect of Tribulus terrestrisL frouit methanol extract. J Pharmacog and Phytochem 3 (2):1-4.
  8. J.M. Jeksy, P. Jayaram, T.D. Babu and A. C. Raghavamenon (2014) Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties of a nontoxic herbal formulation-GSTC. Int.J.phamtech Res. 6 924-932.
  9. Salini, T. Chubicka, A.C Raghavamenon, and T.D. Babu (2014) Evaluation of antioxidant Activities of Radermachera xylocarpa K.Schum. Int. J. pharmatech.Res.6 704-709.
  10. Salini S, Chubicka T, Sasidharan N, Sindhu E R and T D Babu (2013). Cytotoxic and antioxidant properties of selected Scutellaria species from the Western Ghats of Peninsular India. Pharmaceutical Biology 51(2), 152–159.