alcoholic extract


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al·co·hol·ic ex·tract

a solid extract obtained by extracting the alcohol-soluble principles of a drug, followed by the evaporation of the alcohol.

alcoholic extract

An extract in which alcohol is the solvent.
See also: extract
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Paralytic effect of alcoholic extract of Allium sativum and piper langum on liver amphistome, Gigantocotyle explanatum Indian journal of Pharmacology, 40: 2.
The mean of diameter of inhibition zone in P aeruginosa with different concentrations (mg/ml) of marshmallow alcoholic extracts and antibiotic discs ([micro]g/disc) Antimicrobial Amikacin Azithromycin Ciprofloxacin Agents (30 [micro]g) (15 [micro]g) (5 [micro]g) Pseudomonas 17.
Another five rats were fed a chloroform+methanol (9:1 v/v) fraction of the alcoholic extract at 50 mg/kg BW with one rat littering three pups.
Sheth, "In Vitro antioxidant and free radical scavenging studies of alcoholic extract of Medicago sativa L," Romanian Journal of Biology-Plant Biology, vol.
The present study was designed to investigate the effects of pretreatment with alcoholic extract of Tinospora cordifolia in an in vivo rat model.
The alcoholic extract of the plant reportedly demonstrated anti-ulcer effect against gastric ulcers in rats in three models, namely, pyloric ligation, and ethanol and cold restraint stress induced ulcers (Nigam and Paarakh, 2011).
indicated a reduction in sperm motility after chronic administration of alcoholic extract of RGL (28).
Preparation of alcoholic extract of miswak (8) was carried out by taking 800 grams of Salvadora Persica chewing sticks and cutting them with a sharp knife.
It is worth emphasizing that the studied plant is easily generated by treating a spontaneous plant, thus generating an alcoholic extract, a good option for use as an alternative for pest control in agroecologic systems.