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A process for isolation of bioactive hexane fraction from vetiveria zizanioides

The present invention relates to a process for obtaining hexane bioactive fraction from the roots of an aromatic plant named Vetiveria zizanioides commonly found in India for inhibiting the growth of drug resistant bacterial infections in humans and animals; also relates to a pharmaceutical composition comprising the bioactive extract with other additives for inhibiting the growth of drug resistant bacterial infections in humans and animals.

Patent Assignee: Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR)

Patent No: IN231854 [India]

Application No: 2565/DELNP/2004

Inventor(s): Suman Preet Singh Khanuja; Suchi Srivastava; Tiruppadiripuliyur Ranganathan Santha Kumar; Madan Mohan Gupta; Arvind Kumar Tripathi; Monika Singh; Janak Raj Bahl; Raj Kishori Lal; Madendra Pandurang Darokar; Ajit Kumar Shasany; Sushil Kumar

Issue Date: 27-03-2009

Filing Date: 01-09-2004

Licensing Option: Laboratory willing to jointly develop technology with industrial partner.

Implementing institute: CSIR-Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants [CSIR-CIMAP] 

Funding agency: Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR)

IPC Classification: A61K 35/78

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