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.
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This viscous supernatant liquid used as the crude alcoholic extract. Lyophilization of an aliquot of the extract was carried out and weighed.
Alcoholic extract of WC fruits did not demonstrate antipsychotic activity in haloperidol-induced catalepsy in Swiss albino mice.
Effect of the alcoholic extract of propolis on biochemical profile and performance of young female rabbits.
Paralytic effect of alcoholic extract of Allium sativum and piper langum on liver amphistome, Gigantocotyle explanatum Indian journal of Pharmacology, 40: 2.
Punicagranatum commonly known as (Anar) the roots and bark of the stem of this plant has been used as astringent (antidiarrheal) and anthelmentic plant and experimentally proved that the alcoholic extract of the stem bark of this plant inhibit the hatching of Haemonchuscontortuseggs to filariform larvae, the aqueous, alcoholic and ether extract from seeds of the plant Cucerbita maxima has proved its vermifugal activity experimentaly against Platyhelminthes (trematode and cestodes) and nemathelminthes (nematodes) both In Vitro as well as In Vivo trials.
The patients were randomly assigned to take Echinaforce Hotdrink syrup, a beverage containing an alcoholic extract prepared from freshly harvested echinacea (Echinacea purpurea) herb and root (95% herb; 5% root) supplemented with European elderberry (Sambucus nigra), for 10 days, or oseltamivir for five days followed by placebo for five days.
In a research where rats received orally 1mg [kg.sup.-1] of alcoholic extract from Neem flowers from the 1st to the 5th day of gestation, reports included diarrhea in all animals, and a 6.46% decrease in body mass.
Treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis in murine model by alcoholic extract of Berberis vulgaris.
In rats, repeated high doses of alcoholic extract of Tinospora crispa have been shown to cause hepatotoxicity and potential renal toxic effects (Chavalittumrong et al.