5% of eugenol oil on fresh carp, Cyprinus carpio L. fillets during storage in fish industry. 29 This breakthrough research suggests very high demand for isolation and quantification of eugenol from herbal formulations. With increasing human population food requirements and growing interest in need of animal protein sources from fishes, there is high demand for development of analytical method which can easily separate and quantify eugenol from other
plant interfering constituents, to be safely used in food preservation industry worldwide. Thus, validated RP-HPLC method demonstrated in this paper quantifies micrograms of eugenol in short span of time and is thus highly sensitive. This method will definitely aid in quantifying, separating potential anti-microbial commercial phytochemical like eugenol and provide highly reproducible data for quality control analysis in food technology related industries. In conclusion, solvent extraction methods by RP-HPLC PDA Lumacaftor detection method was developed and validated for quantitative estimation of eugenol from Ayurvedic formulations of Caturjata Churna, Lavangadi Vati, Sitopaladi Churna, Jatiphaladi Churna and Clove oil successfully. The developed analytical chromatographic method offered adequate calibration curve/linearity, LOD, LOQ, system suitability, precision,
accuracy, solution stability, robustness method application and has been fully validated as per ICH guidelines. This method can be successfully applied for quality control of herbal medicines containing eugenol to screen toxic botanicals, microbial toxins, pesticides, fumigation, foreign organic matter, fingerprinting/marker AZD6738 compound for identification and standardization of botanical drugs containing eugenol. This will aid in identification of chemical constituents marker compounds such as chemical and active marker compounds that possess therapeutic activity of the herbal drug which are major constituents of plant materials, identifying herbal materials and standardize botanic preparations during all aspects of manufacturing process. Non-specific serine/threonine protein kinase All authors have none to declare. The authors gratefully acknowledge the technical
assistance rendered by Mandar Mhatre, Sreenath Nandakumar Nair, Varun Satose, Ashish Singh, Naresh Shejawal,Kavita Mhatre, Dipti Singh, Santosh Daval and Karan Sarvaiya in completing this project. “
“The conventional tableting method used involves first making granules and then compressing into tablets by way of direct (granule) tableting, but the need in recent years for process validation, GMP and automation of production processes has focused renewal of attention on the direct tableting, which involves few steps. Direct tableting of pharmaceutical materials is desirable to reduce the cost of production and is a modern technique in the tablet manufacturing, many processing steps are limited in direct compression and also wet granulation cannot be used with sensitive drugs.