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J Complement Med Res. 2020; 11(5): 57-63

Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Znonps Synthesised Using Glycorrhiza Glabra

M. Ovia, S Rajeshkumar, T Lakshmi, Anitha Roy.


Biological methods for nanoparticle synthesis using microorganisms, enzymes, and plants or plant extracts have been suggested as possible eco-friendly alternatives to chemical and physical methods. Bio-mediated synthesis of metal oxide nanoparticles using plant extract is a promising alternative of traditional chemical synthesis. The anti-inflammatory activity of ZnO nanoparticles was done by protein denaturation assay. Finally, the current study has clearly demonstrated that the ZnO NPs are responsible for significant high anti-inflammatory activities. Therefore, the study reveals an efficient, ecofriendly and simple method for the green synthesis of ZnO NPs using green synthetic approach.

Key words: Denaturation assay, ZnO NPs, anti-inflammatory

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