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Annals of Biological Research


Antiviral activities of Aporosa lindleyana Baill

Author(s): R. Venkataraman

The antiviral activities such as in vitro HBsAg binding, HBV-DNA polymerase inhibition, RT (non-isotopic) inhibition, HSV inhibition were studied for the ethanolic extract of the root of Aporosa lindleyana Baill. It was found to possess potent in vitro HBsAg binding activity. The minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) was also determined.