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Dr. Biren N. Shah
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Polyherbal Formulation from Sumandeep Vidyapeeth University, India
 
Institute: Vidyabharti Trust College of Pharmacy, Gujarat, India
 
Area of Interest: Pharmacology and Toxicology
  •   Pharmacognosy
  •   Phytochemistry
  •   Medicinal Plant
  •   Inflammatory Disorders
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.1372
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:    Rachh, P.R., M.R. Rachh, D.C. Modi, B.N. Shah, A.S. Bhargava, N.M. Patel and M.J. Ruareliya, 2009. In vitro evaluation of antioxidant activity of punarnava (Boerhaavia diffusa Linn.). Int. J. Pharmaceut. Res., 1: 36-40.
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2:   Bhuva, H., D. Sahu, B. Shah, D.C. Modi and M.B. Patel, 2011. Biological Profile of Thiadiazole. Pharmacologyonline, 1: 528-543.
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3:   Biren, N.S., S.N. Bhavesh, A.P. Manish, D.M. Ashish and K.S. Avinash, 2006. Aged garlic extract: A health benefit review. Pharmacogn. Mag., 2: 90-95.
4:   Dikshit, C.M., P.R. Rachh, B.S. Nayak, B.N. Shah, K.P. Modi, N.M. Patel and J.K. Patel, 2009. Antihyperlipidemic acitivity of Syzygium cumini linn. Seed extract on high cholesterol fed diet rats. Int. J. Pharmaceut. Sci., 1: 330-332.
5:   Jalalpure, S.S., K.R. Alagawadi, C.S. Mahajanashetti, B.N. Shah and Salahuddin et al., 2007. In Vitro Anthelmintic Property of Various Seed Oils Against Pheritima Posthuma. Pharm. Sci., 69: 158-160.
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6:   Jalalpure, S.S., K.R. Alagawadi, C.S. Mahajanshetty, M. Salahuddin and B. Shah, 2006. In Vitro Antihelmintic Property of Various Seed Oils. Iran. J. Pharm. Res., 5: 281-284.
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7:   Jalalpure, S.S., M.B. Patil, A. Pai, B.N. Shah and M.D. Salahuddin, 2004. Antidiabetic activity of Cassia auriculata seeds in alloxan induced diabetic rats. Niger. J. Nat. Prod. Med., 8: 22-23.
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8:   Jalalpure, S.S., S. Bamne, M.B. Patil, B. Shah and M. Salahuddin, 2006. Anti-diabetic activity of Holarrhena antidysenterica (Linn.) Wall, bark on alloxan induced diabetic rats. J. Nat. Remedies, 6: 26-30.
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9:   Modi, D.C., J.K. Patel, B.N. Shah and B.S. Nayak, 2010. Antiinflammatory Activity of Seeds of Syzygium Cumini linn. J. Pharm. Educ. Res., 1: 68-70.
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10:   Modi, D.C., B.N. Shah, B.S. Nayak, R. Desai, B. Patel, K. Maheshwari and A. Gandhi, 2010. Development of quality control methods for polyherbal formulation of Triphla churna. Pharmacologyonline, 3: 76-82.
11:   Modi, D.C., B.N. Shah, B.S. Nayak, R. Desai, K. Maheshwari and B. Patel, 2010. Development of quality control methods for polyherbal formulation of Kayam churna. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 23-29.
12:   Modi, D.C., J.K. Patel, B.N. Shah and B.S. Nayak, 2010. Pharmacognostic studies of the seed of Syzygium cumini Linn. Pharma Sci. Monitor-An Int. J. Pharm. Sci., 1: 20-26.
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13:   Modi, D.C., J.K. Patel, B.N. Shah and B.S. Nayak, 2010. Phytopharmacology of Moringa oleifera: An edible plant. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 692-705.
14:   Modi, D.C., J.K. Patel, B.N. Shah and D.A. Jain, 2011. Antipyretic screening of some traditional indian medicinal plants. Instasci. J. Pharm. Sci., 1: 21-25.
15:   Panchal, M., B. Shah, K. Murti and M. Shah, 2011. Phytochemical investigation and antidiabetic activity studies of Moringa oliefera roots. Res. J. Pharmacol. Pharmacodyn., 3: 268-277.
16:   Patel, P.B., B.N. Shah and D.C. Modi, 2011. Development of polyherbal formulation and immunomodulatory activity study. Int. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 68-72.
17:   Raiyani, K.D., B.N. Shah, D.C. Modi and D. Sahu, 2010. Achyranthes aspera: A phyto-pharmacological review. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 878-886.
18:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Anti-inflammatory activity of fruits of Abelmoschus esculentus Linn. Pharmacologyonline, 1: 208-212.
19:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Medicinal plants as a source of anti-pyretic agents: A review. Arch. Applied Sci. Res., 2: 188-195.
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20:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Microwave assisted isolation of mucilage from the fruits of Abelmoschus esculentus. Int. J. Biomed. Res. Anal., 1: 99-100.
21:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Pharmacognostic studies of the Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) standley. Int. J. Pharm. Technol. Res., 2: 121-124.
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22:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Pharmacological potential of Trichosanthes dioica - An edible plant. Hygeia. J.D. Med., 2: 1-7.
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23:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Screening of Lagenaria siceraria fruits for analgesic activity. Rom. J. Biol. Plant Biol., 55: 23-26.
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24:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Screening of Trichosanthes dioica fruits for its analgesic activity. Pharmacologyonline, 1: 439-443.
25:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2010. Search for medicinal plants as a source of analgesic agents: A review. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 665-676.
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26:   Shah, B.N. and A.K. Seth, 2011. Screening of some fruits for its antipyretic potential. Int. J. Pharm. Res., 3: 52-54.
27:   Shah, B.N., A.B. Patel, D.C. Modi and H.A. Bhuva, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Gymnema sylvestre. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 895-905.
28:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and B.S. Nayak, 2008. Microwave Assisted Isolation of Mucilage From the Fruits of Trichosanthes dioica. FABAD J. Pharm. Sci., 33: 131-134.
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29:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and B.S. Nayak, 2010. Microwave assisted isolation of mucilage from the Trichosanthes dioica fruit. Int. J. Pharm. Sci. Res., 1: 68-72.
30:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and B.S. Nayak, 2010. Microwave assisted isolation of mucilage from the fruits of Lagenaria siceraria. Der Pharmacia Lett., 2: 202-205.
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31:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and D.C. Modi. 2011. Fruit and Fruit Products as Functional Foods Int. J. Food Saf. Nutr. Publ. Health Technol., 3: 14-27.
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32:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and K.M. Maheshwari, 2011. A review on medicinal plants as a source of anti-inflammatory agents. Res. J. Med. Plant, 5: 101-115.
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33:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth and R.V. Desai, 2010. Phytopharmacological profile of Lagenaria siceraria: A review. Asian J. Plant Sci., 9: 152-157.
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34:   Shah, B.N., A.K. Seth, K.M. Maheshwari and R.V. Desai 2010. Screening of Abelmoschus esculentus fruits for its analgesic activity. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 17-21.
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35:   Shah, B.N., B.S. Nayak and D.C. Modi, 2009. Terpenoids as a potent antiprotozoal agents: A review. Int. J. Pharm. Res., 1: 2-7.
36:   Shah, B.N., B.S. Nayak, A.K. Seth, S.S. Jalalpure and K.N. Patel, 2006. New Regulations Need to be Implemented for Herbal Medicines and Dietary Supplements. Pharmacogn. Mag., 2: 149-152.
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37:   Shah, B.N., B.S. Nayak, A.K. Seth, S.S. Patel, A.V. Goti and A.V. Shah, 2005. Nutraceuticals-A New Approach in the treatment of Arthritis. Pharmacogn. Mag., 1: 125-128.
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38:   Shah, B.N., B.S. Nayak, S.P. Bhatt, S.S. Jalalpure and A.K. Seth, 2007. The anti-inflammatory activity of the leaves of Colocasia Esculenta. Saudi Pharma. J., 15: 228-232.
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39:   Shah, B.N., D.C. Modi, D. Shau and R.V. Desai, 2010. Phyto-Pharmacological Profile of Albizzia lebbeck. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 931-937.
40:   Shah, B.N., D.C. Modi, H.A. Bhuva and B.G. Patel, 2010. Pharmacology and potential therapeutic uses of Alstonia scholaris. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 938-950.
41:   Shah, B.N., D.C. Modi, H.A. Bhuva and K.M. Maheshwari, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile and potential therapeutic uses of Curcuma aromatica. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 918-930.
42:   Shah, B.N., K.D. Raiyani and D.C. Modi, 2011. Antiurolithiatic Activity Studies of Momordica charantia Linn. Fruits. Int. J. Pharm. Res. Technol., 1: 6-11.
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43:   Shah, B.N., M.A. Panchal, D.C. Modi and H.A. Bhuva, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Carum copticum. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 838-849.
44:   Shah, B.N., M.A. Panchal, N. Gohil, B.S. Nayak and D.C. Modi, 2010. Phyto-Pharmacological profile of Humulus lupulus. Pharmacologyonline, 1: 719-736.
45:   Shah, B.N., M.R. Shah, D.C. Modi and D. Sahu, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Bauhinia variegate. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 829-837.
46:   Shah, B.N., N.P. Patel and P. Pandya, 2008. Anti-arthritic activity of fruits of Momordica charantia Linn. Int. J. Pharmacol. Biol. Sci., 2: 39-43.
47:   Shah, B.N., N.P. Patel and P. Pandya, 2008. Role of leukotriene in inflammation and antileukotriene therapy. J. Pharmacy Res., 1: 113-123.
48:   Shah, B.N., N.V. Gohil, D.C. Modi and D. Sahu, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Camellia Sinensis. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 906-917.
49:   Shah, B.N., P.B. Patel, A.B. Patel, B.S. Nayak and D.C. Modi, 2010. Rehmannia glutinosa: A phytopharmacological review. Pharmacologyonline, 1: 737-753.
50:   Shah, B.N., P.B. Patel, D. Sahu and D.C. Modi, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Ailanthus excelsa. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 877-894.
51:   Shah, B.S., B.S. Nayak, A.K. Seth, S.S. Jalalpure, K.N. Patel, M.A. Patel and A.D. Mishra, 2006. Search for medicinal plants as a source of anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic agents-A review. Pharmacogn. Mag., 2: 77-86.
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52:   Solanki, J.D., K.D. Raiyani, B.N. Shah, D.C. Modi and D. Shahu, 2010. Phyto-pharmacological profile of Ageratum conyzoides. Pharmacologyonline, 2: 987-1004.