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The hydro-alcoholic leaf extract of Ocimum canum has significant antioxidant activity and can prevent ischemia.
No, The dose is very high in vivo and also, do not know what is active ingredient.
Statistic use is not clear.
No, Pleas prove the active ingredients in crude extracts and statistical analysis data do not have post hoc test.
No the statistic do not present the significant difference
Please test the active ingredient that it flavone or not?
No, the dose very high to use with human and statistic is not clear
It may not flavone? please test the active group
No result to substanciate any claim
There were no results in the entire paper for discussion.
Presentation of results
If there were results
An important segment of research such as results was omitted
over a decade in ethnopharmacological studies
I think this is a fascinating article and the only objection I have is structural. The author describes the methodology of inducing hepatic injury in the abstract but fails to detail it in the method section. If anything, that should be reversed.
Addtionally, there are a few grammatical glitches and mispelled words that should be corrected.
work with mice in the area of hepatic injury
very informative research paper.it will definetly help other researchers.
i am in this field from last 4 year and till continuing,
The title should be "Evaluation of Antioxidant Activity of Ocimum Canum hydroalcoholic Leaf Extract in the Prevention of Hepatic Ischaemia" instead of "Evaluation of Antioxidant Activity of Ocimum Canumhydroalcoholic Leaf Extract in the Prevention of Hepatic Ischaemia".
7 years research experience
The author has explained all the model for in-vitro studies on Hepatic ischaemia, hence this publication will hepl other researchers to follow.
It is a good work done
Its 5years since i am in this field of science
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