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1. Dahiya R, Gautam H. Solution phase synthesis and bioevaluation of cordyheptapeptide B.
Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):1-10.
Cited: 15 times

Cited by:

a) Dahiya R, Gautam H. Synthesis and pharmacological studies on a cyclooligopeptide from marine bacteria. Chin. J. Chem. 2011;29(9):1911-6.
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/cjoc.201180333/abstract

b) Dahiya R, Gautam H. Synthesis, characterization and biological evaluation of cyclomontanin D. Afr. J. Pharm. Pharmacol. 2011;5(3):447-53.
http://www.academicjournals.org/ajpp/PDF/pdf2011/March/Dahiya%20and%20Gautam.pdf

c) Jain RA, Agarwal RC, Pandey A, Jain R. Evaluation of Argemone mexicana fruits extract using micronucleus assay in mouse bone marrow cells. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):22-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-5.pdf

d) Mehta PD, Pathak AK. Synthesis, characterization and in vitro antimicrobial activity of novel 4,4′-bis[3-chloro-4-aryl-azetidin-2-one-1-yl]diphenyl sulphones. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):38-48.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-8.pdf

e) Zahid Hosen SM, DasR, Rahim ZB, Chowdhury N, Paul L, Saha D. Study of Analgesic activity of the methanolic extract of Acorus calamus L. and Oroxylum indicum Vent by acetic acid induced writhing method. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):63-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-10.pdf

f) Srividya AR, Dhanabal SP, Yadav AK, Sathish Kumar MN, Vishnuvarthan VJ. Phytopreventive antihyperlipidemic activity of Curcuma zedoaria. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(1):22-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-5.pdf

g) Jenny A, Saha D, Paul S, Dutta M, Uddin MZ, Nath AK. Antibacterial activity of aerial part of extract of Elephantopus scaber Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):38-41.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-8.pdf

h) Chowdhury S, Saha D, Paul S. In vitro cytotoxic activities of methanolic extract of Mimosa pudica. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):42-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-9.pdf

i) Emran TB, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Saha D, Chowdhury S, Saha D, Dey TK. Antioxidant property of ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):46-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-10.pdf

j) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-5.pdf

k) Chowdhury N, Emran TB, Saha D, RahmanMA, Zahid Hosen SM. Cytotoxic potential of the ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):87-90.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-7.pdf

l) Sravan Prasad M, Sadik MJ, Ashok Kumar K, Jonathan Brainard P. Antiulcer activity of Pongamia pinnata leaves extract. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):106-8.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-9.pdf

m) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

n) Dahiya R, Mourya R. Synthetic studies on novel nitroquinazolinone analogs with antimicrobial potential. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(2):51-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR072.pdf

o) Dahiya R. Cyclopolypeptides with antifungal interest. Coll. Pharm. Commun. 2013;1(1):1-15.
http://www.researchbib.com/?action=viewPaperDetails&paperid=5721&uid=r6d08d
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2. Patil MG, Banerjee SK, Bonde CG, Chhabra GS. UV spectrophometric method development for the determination of desvenlafaxine succinate in tablet formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):40-3.
Cited: 7 times

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a) Shah J, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. UV spectrophotometric method development and validation for entacapone in bulk and formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):7-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-2.pdf

b) Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Gowthami N. Forced degradation study of paracetamol in tablet formulation using RP-HPLC. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):13-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-4.pdf

c) Suresh CV, Sambasiva Rao KRS, Vidya Sagar G. Development of new visible spectrophotometric methods for the determination of quetiapine in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):31-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-6.pdf

d) Shrivastava J, Shah K, Mahadik M, Dhaneshwar SR. Application of HPTLC in the simultaneous estimation of thiocolchicoside and diclofenac in bulk drug and pharmaceutical dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-7.pdf

e) Vora DK, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. Method development for estimation of alcohol in ayurvedic formulations using gas chromatography. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-7.pdf

f) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-6.pdf

g) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1): 29-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR068.pdf

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3. Prasanthi V, Mary K, Narasimha Raju CH, Basaveswara Rao MV. Development and validation of new RP-HPLC method for determination of acetyl sulfisoxazole in bulk and pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):47-53.
Cited: 8 times

Cited by:

a) Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Gowthami N. Forced degradation study of paracetamol in tablet formulation using RP-HPLC. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):13-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-4.pdf

b) Suresh CV, Sambasiva Rao KRS, Vidya Sagar G. Development of new visible spectrophotometric methods for the determination of quetiapine in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):31-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-6.pdf

c) Shrivastava J, Shah K, Mahadik M, Dhaneshwar SR. Application of HPTLC in the simultaneous estimation of thiocolchicoside and diclofenac in bulk drug and pharmaceutical dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-7.pdf

d) Basaveswara Rao MV, Prasanthi V, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Newer RP-HPLC method for the determination of doxazosin in human plasma and formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):1-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-1.pdf

e) Vora DK, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. Method development for estimation of alcohol in ayurvedic formulations using gas chromatography. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-7.pdf

f) Basaveswara Rao MV, Nagendrakumar AVD, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Validated RP-HPLC method for the estimation of telmisartan in tablet formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):50-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-1.pdf

g) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-6.pdf

h) Jain N, Jain R, Jain DK, Jain SK. RP-HPLC Method for Simultaneous Estimation of Esomeprazole Magnesium and Domperidone in a Tablet Dosage form Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):134-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FPP-BPR058.pdf

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4. Shukla R, Shivkumar R, Shivan KN. Development of a UV-spectrophotometric method for the simultaneous determination of tramadol hydrochloride and paracetamol in bulk and marketed product. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):62-6.
Cited: 7 times

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a) Patel A, Patel J, Shah A. Development and validation of first order derivative spectrophotometric method for simultaneous estimation of tramadol hydrochloride and diclofenac sodium in tablet dosage form. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 2012;4(5):496-500.
http://www.ijppsjournal.com/Vol4Suppl5/6089.pdf

b) Singh S, Patel K, Agrawal VK, Chaturvedi S. Stability indicating HPTLC method for simultaneous determination of valsartan and hydrochlorothiazide in tablets. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 2012;4(4):468-71.
http://www.ijppsjournal.com/Vol4Suppl4/4549.pdf

c) Singh S, Patel K, Agrawal VK, Chaturvedi S. Simultaneous estimation of s(-) amlodipine besylate hemipentahydrate and losartan potassium in combined dosage form by using UV-spectroscopy. Der. Pharm. Lett. 2012;4(3):897-905.
http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/dpl-vol4-iss3/DPL-2012-4-3-897-905.pdf

d) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. Simultaneous estimation of valsartan and hydrochlorothiazide in solid dosage form using UV spectroscopy. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):10-2.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-3.pdf

e) Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Gowthami N. Forced degradation study of paracetamol in tablet formulation using RP-HPLC. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):13-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-4.pdf

f) Suresh CV, Sambasiva Rao KRS, Vidya Sagar G. Development of new visible spectrophotometric methods for the determination of quetiapine in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):31-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-6.pdf

g) Shrivastava J, Shah K, Mahadik M, Dhaneshwar SR. Application of HPTLC in the simultaneous estimation of thiocolchicoside and diclofenac in bulk drug and pharmaceutical dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-7.pdf

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5. Jain RA, Agarwal RC, Pandey A, Jain R. Evaluation of Argemone mexicana fruits extract using micronucleus assay in mouse bone marrow  cellsBull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):22-4.
Cited: 8 times

Cited by:

a) Zahid Hosen SM, Das R, Rahim ZB, Chowdhury N, Paul L, Saha D. Study of Analgesic activity of the methanolic extract of Acorus calamus L. and Oroxylum indicum Vent by acetic acid induced writhing method. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):63-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-10.pdf

b) Srividya AR, Dhanabal SP, Yadav AK, Sathish Kumar MN, Vishnuvarthan VJ. Phytopreventive antihyperlipidemic activity of Curcuma zedoaria. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(1):22-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-5.pdf

c) Jenny A, Saha D, Paul S, Dutta M, Uddin MZ, Nath AK. Antibacterial activity of aerial part of extract of Elephantopus scaber Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):38-41.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-8.pdf

d) Chowdhury S, Saha D, Paul S. In vitro cytotoxic activities of methanolic extract of Mimosa pudica. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):42-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-9.pdf

e) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-5.pdf

f) Chowdhury N, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM. Cytotoxic potential of the ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):87-90.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-7.pdf

g) Sravan Prasad M, Sadik MJ, Ashok Kumar K, Jonathan Brainard P. Antiulcer activity of Pongamia pinnata leaves extract. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):106-8.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-9.pdf

h) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

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6. Zahid Hosen SM, DasR, Rahim ZB, Chowdhury N, Paul L, Saha D. Study of Analgesic activity of the methanolic extract of Acorus calamus L. and Oroxylum indicum Vent by acetic acid induced writhing method. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):63-7.
Cited: 7 times

Cited by:

a) Srividya AR, Dhanabal SP, Yadav AK, Sathish Kumar MN, Vishnuvarthan VJ. Phytopreventive antihyperlipidemic activity of Curcuma zedoaria. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):22-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-5.pdf

b) Jenny A, Saha D, Paul S, Dutta M, Uddin MZ, Nath AK. Antibacterial activity of aerial part of extract of Elephantopus scaber Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):38-41.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-8.pdf

c) Emran TB, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Saha D, Chowdhury S, Saha D, Dey TK. Antioxidant property of ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):46-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-10.pdf

d) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-5.pdf

e) Chowdhury N, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM. Cytotoxic potential of the ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):87-90.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-7.pdf

f) Sravan Prasad M, Sadik MJ, Ashok Kumar K, Jonathan Brainard P. Antiulcer activity of Pongamia pinnata leaves extract. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):106-8.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-9.pdf

g) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

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 7. Shah J, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. UV spectrophotometric method development and validation for entacapone in bulk and formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):7-9.
Cited: 6 times

Cited by:

a) Youssef RM, Khamis EF, Younis SE, El-Yazbi FA. Graphical spectrophotometric determination of ionization constants of entacapone and its quantification in tablets and plasma. 2013;2(1):20-43.
http://www.wjpps.com/admin/article_issue/13597175982%20WJPPS%20317.pdf

b) Suresh CV, Sambasiva Rao KRS, Vidya Sagar G. Development of new visible spectrophotometric methods for the determination of quetiapine in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):31-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-6.pdf

c) Shrivastava J, Shah K, Mahadik M, Dhaneshwar SR. Application of HPTLC in the simultaneous estimation of thiocolchicoside and diclofenac in bulk drug and pharmaceutical dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-7.pdf

d) Vora DK, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. Method development for estimation of alcohol in ayurvedic formulations using gas chromatography. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):34-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-7.pdf

e) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-6.pdf

f) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1): 29-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR068.pdf

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8. Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. Simultaneous estimation of valsartan and hydrochlorothiazide in solid dosage form using UV spectroscopy. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):10-2.
Cited: 6 times

Cited by:

a) Pandey S, Yadav AK, Singh S, Gautam H, Sharma S. Bio-analytical method development and its validation for estimation of phenobarbital in human plasma using liquid chromatography coupled with tandem mass. Int. J. Pharm. Pharm. Sci. 2012;4(5):288-92.
http://www.ijppsjournal.com/Vol4Suppl5/4950.pdf

b) Inamullah, Singh S, Sharma S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. Estimation of norfloxacin in tablet dosage form by using UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Der. Pharm. Lett. 2012;4(6):1837-42.
http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/dpl-vol4-iss6/DPL-2012-4-6-1837-1842.pdf

c) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1): 29-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR068.pdf

d) Singh S, Rai J, Inamullah, Choudhary N, Gautam H, Sharma S, Yadav AK, Agrawal VK, Chaturvedi S. Stability indicating simultaneous equation method for determination of domperidone and (S)-esomeprazole magnesium in capsule dosage form using UV-spectrophotometer. Br. J. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(3):435-45.
www.sciencedomain.org

e) Malviya S, Singh S, Pandey J, Kondalkar AK, Tagde P. Formulation and evaluation of floating microbeads of ciprofloxacin HCl by emulsion gelation method. Der. Pharm. Lett. 2013;5(2):63-8.
http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/dpl-vol5-iss2/DPL-2013-5-2-63-68.pdf

f) Singh S, Inamullah, Rai J, Choudhary N, Sharma S. Stability-indicating UV-VIS spectrophotometric method for estimation of atorvastatin calcium and fenofibrate in tablet dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):159-66.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Reprint-BPR062.pdf

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9. Pabreja K, Dua K. Comparative evaluation of in situ intestinal absorption of aceclofenac solid dispersions, β-cyclodextrins complexes and co-precipitates in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):26-30.
Cited: 4 times

Cited by:

a) Bhatere D, Rathore D, Dahima R. Formulation development of mouth dissolving tablets of a poorly water soluble drug using sublimation technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):5-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-2.pdf

b) Ramana MV, Dua K, Himaja M, Pabreja K. Preparation and characterization of solid dispersions of rofecoxib. Anti-Inflammatory Anti-Allergy Agent. Med. Chem. 2011;10(6):393-8.
http://www.eurekaselect.com/103518/article

c) Dua K, Pabreja K. In situ intestinal absorption of ursodeoxycholic acid from solid dispersions and β-cyclodextrin complexes in rats. Ind. J. Novel Drug Deliv. 2011;3(3):221-5.
http://www.ijndd.com/jul-sep2011/IJNDD%203%283%29,%20Jul-Sep,%202011,%20221-225_Short%20Communication_Kamal%20Dua.pdf

d) Chouksey R, Jain AK, Pandey H, Maithil A. In vivo assessment of atorvastatin nanoemulsion formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):10-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-3.pdf

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10. Dahiya S, Gupta ON. Formulation and in vitro evaluation of metoprolol tartrate microspheres. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):31-9.
Cited: 7 times

Cited by:

a) Mohabe V, Akhand R, Pathak AK. Preparation and evaluation of captopril transdermal patches. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):47-52.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-9.pdf

b) Bhatere D, Rathore D, Dahima R. Formulation development of mouth dissolving tablets of a poorly water soluble drug using sublimation technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):5-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/ReprintBPR0352.pdf

c) Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Meda H, Gowthami N. Effect of disintegrants on in vitro release of fenofibrate oro-dissolving tablets. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):10-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/ReprintBPR036.pdf

d) Khan IN, Khan MI, Mazumder K, Ajrin M, Sen N, Rashid A, Bhuiya AM. Characterization and ex-vivo skin permeation study of domperidone maleate transdermal patch. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):15-21.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-4.pdf

e) Kumar V, Verma S, Mishra DN, Singh SK. Novel approaches in colon targeted drug delivery systems. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):26-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/ab-4-6.pdf

f) Chitra K, Srinath N, Bhimavarapu RD, Gowthami N, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M. Development and in vitro evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of salbutamol sulphate using hydrophilic and hydrophobic polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):112-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ReprintBPR054.pdf

g) Basarkar GD, Shirsath GN, Patil SB. Development of microspheres containing diclofenac diethylamine as sustained release topical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):14-22.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0661.pdf

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11. Chowdhury S, Saha D, Paul S. In vitro cytotoxic activities of methanolic extract of Mimosa pudicaBull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):42-5.
Cited: 4 times

Cited by:

a) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-5.pdf

b) Chowdhury N, Emran TB, Saha D, RahmanMA, Zahid Hosen SM. Cytotoxic potential of the ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):87-90.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-7.pdf

c) Sravan Prasad M, Sadik MJ, Ashok Kumar K, Jonathan Brainard P. Antiulcer activity of Pongamia pinnata leaves extract. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):106-8.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-9.pdf

d) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

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12. Basaveswara Rao MV, Prasanthi V, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Newer RP-HPLC method for the determination of doxazosin in human plasma and formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):1-4.
Cited: 5 times

Cited by:

a) Basaveswara Rao MV, Nagendrakumar AVD, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Validated RP-HPLC method for the estimation of telmisartan in tablet formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):50-5.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-1.pdf

b) Chhabra GS, Bhalodiya HK, Banerjee SK. LC-MS-MS method validation of pregabalin in human plasma. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):66-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-3.pdf

c) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-6.pdf

d) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1): 29-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR068.pdf

e) Jain N, Jain R, Jain DK, Jain SK. RP-HPLC Method for Simultaneous Estimation of Esomeprazole Magnesium and Domperidone in a Tablet Dosage form Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):134-9.
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 13. Emran TB, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Saha D, Chowdhury S, Saha D, Dey TK. Antioxidant property of ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):46-9.
Cited: 4 times

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a) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/dp-5-5.pdf

b) Chowdhury N, Emran TB, Saha D, RahmanMA, Zahid Hosen SM. Cytotoxic potential of the ethanolic extract of Leucas aspera. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):87-90.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-7.pdf

c) Sravan Prasad M, Sadik MJ, Ashok Kumar K, Jonathan Brainard P. Antiulcer activity of Pongamia pinnata leaves extract. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):106-8.
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d) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3.
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14. Maheshwari RK, Gupta S, Gharia A, Garg SK, Shilpkar R. Simple ecofriendly spectrophotometric estimation of tinidazole tablets by application of mixed-solvency techniques. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):22-5.
Cited: 4 times

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a) Mehrotra A, Malviya G, Maheshwari RK. Application of mixed hydrotropy in spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide in different formulations. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):15-21.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-4.pdf

b) Maheshwari RK, Shilpkar R. Formulation development and evaluation of injection of poorly soluble drug using mixed solvency concept. Int. J. Pharm. Bio Sci. 2012;3(1):179-89.
http://ijpbs.net/vol-3/issue-1/bio/P%20-%2021.pdf

c) Pandey S, Pandey P, Dubey S, Chaturvedi U, Rai AK. Facile derivative UV spectroscopy method: simultaneous estimation of tinidazole and fluconazole in combined tablet dosage form. Thai J. Pharm. Sci. 2012;36(2):55-62.
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d) Jain R, Jain N, Jain DK, Jain SK. Eco-friendly quantitative estimation of lercanidipine hydrochloride: A novel approach using hydrotropic solubilization technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):23-8.
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15. Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
Cited: 3 times

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a) Singh S, Rai J, Inamullah, Choudhary N, Gautam H, Sharma S, Yadav AK, Agrawal VK, Chaturvedi S. Stability indicating simultaneous equation method for determination of domperidone and (S)-esomeprazole magnesium in capsule dosage form using UV-spectrophotometer. Br. J. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(3):435-45.
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b) Inamullaha, Singh S, Sharma S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. Estimation of norfloxacin in tablet dosage form by using UV-Vis spectrophotometer. Der. Pharm. Lett. 2012;4(6):1837-42.
http://scholarsresearchlibrary.com/dpl-vol4-iss6/DPL-2012-4-6-1837-1842.pdf

c) Singh S, Inamullah, Rai J, Choudhary N, Sharma S. Stability-indicating UV-VIS spectrophotometric method for estimation of atorvastatin calcium and fenofibrate in tablet dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):159-66.
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16. Kumar M, Dureja H. Development and characterization of factorially  designed 5-fluorouracil microspheres.  Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):54-61.
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a) Mohabe V, Akhand R, Pathak AK. Preparation and evaluation of captopril transdermal patches. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):47-52.
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b) Khan IN, Khan MI, Mazumder K, Ajrin M, Sen N, Rashid A, Bhuiya AM. Characterization and ex-vivo skin permeation study of domperidone maleate transdermal patch. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):15-21.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-4.pdf

c) Chitra K, Srinath N, Bhimavarapu RD, Gowthami N, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M. Development and in vitro evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of salbutamol sulphate using hydrophilic and hydrophobic polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):112-7.
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17. Tripathi M, Radhika PR, Sivakumar T. Formulation and evaluation of glipizide hollow microballoons for floating drug delivery. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):67-74.
Cited: 4 times

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a) Mohabe V, Akhand R, Pathak AK. Preparation and evaluation of captopril transdermal patches. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):47-52.
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b) Kumar V, Verma S, Mishra DN, Singh SK. Novel approaches in colon targeted drug delivery systems. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):26-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/ab-4-6.pdf

c) Chitra K, Srinath N, Bhimavarapu RD, Gowthami N, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M. Development and in vitro evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of salbutamol sulphate using hydrophilic and hydrophobic polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):112-7.
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d) Parmar VJ, Lumbhani AN. Formulation and development of thermoreversible mucoadhesive intranasal in situ hydrogel by using a combination of polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(3):167-74.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Reprint-BPR063.pdf

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 18. Bansal H, Sharma A, Sharma V, Kumar V. Pharmacophore modeling studies on xanthones as monoamine oxidase-A inhibitors. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011; 1(1):15-21.
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a) Kumar V. Topological models for the prediction of tyrosine kinase inhibitory activity of 4-anilinoquinazolines. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):53-9.
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b) Balasubramanian R, Vijaya Gopal R. Design and in silico analysis of ring-A monosubstituted chalcones as potential anti-inflammatory agents. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):70-7.
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19. Suresh CV, Sambasiva Rao KRS, Vidya Sagar G. Development of new visible spectrophotometric methods for the determination of quetiapine in pharmaceutical dosage forms. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):31-3.
Cited: 2 times

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a) Vora DK, Banerjee SK, Chhabra GS. Method development for estimation of alcohol in ayurvedic formulations using gas chromatography. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):34-7
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b) Singh S, Yadav AK, Gautam H. First order derivative spectrophotometric determination of telmisartan in pharmaceutical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):83-6.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-5-6.pdf

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20. Dahiya S, Asati S, Mallurwar V. Formulation and evaluation of granisetron hydrochloride orodispersible tablets. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):41-6.
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a) Bhatere D, Rathore D, Dahima R. Formulation development of mouth dissolving tablets of a poorly water soluble drug using sublimation technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):5-9.
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b) Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Meda H, Gowthami N. Effect of disintegrants on in vitro release of fenofibrate oro-dissolving tablets. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):10-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-1.pdf

c) Basarkar GD, Shirsath GN, Patil SB. Development of microspheres containing diclofenac diethylamine as sustained release topical formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):14-22.
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21. Bhimavarapu R, Chitra KP, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M, Gowthami N. Forced degradation study of paracetamol in tablet formulation using RP-HPLC. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):13-7.
Cited: 4 times

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a) Basaveswara Rao MV, Prasanthi V, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Newer RP-HPLC method for the determination of doxazosin in human plasma and formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):1-4.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-1.pdf

b) Basaveswara Rao MV, Nagendrakumar AVD, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Validated RP-HPLC method for the estimation of telmisartan in tablet formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):50-5.
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c) Bindaiya S, Argal A. Stability indicating assay of orlistat and its degradation products by HPLC. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(2):44-50.
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d) Jain N, Jain R, Jain DK, Jain SK. RP-HPLC Method for Simultaneous Estimation of Esomeprazole Magnesium and Domperidone in a Tablet Dosage form Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):134-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FPP-BPR058.pdf

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22. Maheshwari RK, Jawalker S, Jahan F, Patel S, Mehtani D. Application of mixed-hydrotropy in titrimetric analysis of aceclofenac bulk drug sample. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):44-6.
Cited: 2 times

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a) Mehrotra A, Malviya G, Maheshwari RK. Application of mixed hydrotropy in spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide in different formulations. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):15-21.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/FirstPagePreviewBPR-2-4.pdf

b) Jain R, Jain N, Jain DK, Jain SK. Eco-friendly quantitative estimation of lercanidipine hydrochloride: A novel approach using hydrotropic solubilization technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):23-8.
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23. Sachan NK, Pushkar S. Solid dispersions: an industrially feasible  alternative approach to formulate brick dust molecules. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):75-80.
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a) Bhatere D, Rathore D, Dahima R. Formulation development of mouth dissolving tablets of a poorly water soluble drug using sublimation technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):5-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-2.pdf

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24. Chouksey R, Jain AK, Pandey H, Maithil A. In vivo assessment of atorvastatin nanoemulsion formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2): 10-4.
Cited: 3 times

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a) Talegaonkar S, Tariq M, Alabood RM. Design and development of o/w nanoemulsion for the transdermal delivery of ondansetron. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):18-30.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-3-5.pdf

b) Mishra DK, Kumar A, Raj R, Chaturvedi A. Capmul MCM based nanoemulsion for intranasal delivery of an antidepressant. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):34-9.
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c) Parmar VJ, Lumbhani AN. Formulation and development of thermoreversible mucoadhesive intranasal in situ hydrogel by using a combination of polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(3):167-74.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Reprint-BPR063.pdf

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25. Mohabe V, Akhand R, Pathak AK. Preparation and evaluation of captopril transdermal patches. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):47-52.
Cited: 4 times

Cited by:

a) Khan IN, Khan MI, Mazumder K, Ajrin M, Sen N, Rashid A, Bhuiya AM. Characterization and ex-vivo skin permeation study of domperidone maleate transdermal patch. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):15-21.
https://www.appconnect.in/app/journalUploads/fpp-4-4.pdf

b) Tyagi LK, Kumar S, Maurya SS, Kori ML. Ethosomes: Novel vesicular carrier for enhanced transdermal drug delivery system. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):6-13.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0654.pdf

c) Chitra K, Srinath N, Bhimavarapu RD, Gowthami N, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M. Development and in vitro evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of salbutamol sulphate using hydrophilic and hydrophobic polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):112-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ReprintBPR054.pdf

d) Dubey S. Laser microporation for the delivery of drugs into and across the skin. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):118-23.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FPP-BPR055.pdf

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26. Sharma V, Wakode SR, Lather V, Mathur R, Fernandes MX. Structure based rational drug design of selective phosphodiesterase-4 ligands as anti-inflammatory molecules. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011; 1(2):33-40.
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a) Balasubramanian R, Vijaya Gopal R. Design and in silico analysis of ring-A monosubstituted chalcones as potential anti-inflammatory agents. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):70-7.
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27. Jenny A, Saha D, Paul S, Dutta M, Uddin MZ, Nath AK. Antibacterial activity of aerial part of extract of Elephantopus scaber Linn. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):38-41.
Cited: 1 time

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a) Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
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28. Dahiya R, Mourya R. Synthesis and antimicrobial screening of some novel halogenated phenoxyacetyl amino acid and peptide analogs. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):56-65.
Cited: 1 time

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a) Dahiya R, Mourya R. Synthetic studies on novel nitroquinazolinone analogs with antimicrobial potential. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(2):51-7.
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29. Talegaonkar S, Tariq M, Alabood RM. Design and development of o/w nanoemulsion for the transdermal delivery of ondansetron. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(3):18-30.
Cited: 5 times

Cited by:

a) Tyagi LK, Kumar S, Maurya SS, Kori ML. Ethosomes: Novel vesicular carrier for enhanced transdermal drug delivery system. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):6-13.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0654.pdf

b) Mishra DK, Kumar A, Raj R, Chaturvedi A. Capmul MCM based nanoemulsion for intranasal delivery of an antidepressant. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):34-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR069.pdf

c) Chitra K, Srinath N, Bhimavarapu RD, Gowthami N, Meda H, Kanikanti D, Anne M. Development and in vitro evaluation of sustained release matrix tablets of salbutamol sulphate using hydrophilic and hydrophobic polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):112-7.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/ReprintBPR054.pdf

d) Dubey S. Laser microporation for the delivery of drugs into and across the skin. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):118-23.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FPP-BPR055.pdf

e) Parmar VJ, Lumbhani AN. Formulation and development of thermoreversible mucoadhesive intranasal in situ hydrogel by using a combination of polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(3):167-74.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Reprint-BPR063.pdf

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30. Mehrotra A, Malviya G, Maheshwari RK. Application of mixed hydrotropy in spectrophotometric analysis of frusemide in different formulations. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(2):15-21.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Jain R, Jain N, Jain DK, Jain SK. Eco-friendly quantitative estimation of lercanidipine hydrochloride: A novel approach using hydrotropic solubilization technique. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):23-8.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0671.pdf

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31. Jain N, Jain R, Jain DK, Jain SK. RP-HPLC method for simultaneous estimation of esomeprazole magnesium and domperidone in a tablet dosage form. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):134-9.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):29-33.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR068.pdf

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32. Chhabra GS, Bhalodiya HK, Banerjee SK. LC-MS-MS method validation of pregabalin in human plasma. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):66-9.
Cited: 2 times

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a) Banerjee SK, Vasava NM. Simultaneous estimation of amlodipine and rosuvastatin in combined bulk forms by RP-HPLC using ultraviolet detection. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):29-33.
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b) Narmada P, Nalini G, Jogi KV, Venkateshwara Rao G. A simple and sensitive method for the determination of baclofen in human plasma by liquid chromatography tandem-mass spectrometry. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):140-5.
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33. Parmar VJ, Lumbhani AN. Formulation and development of thermoreversible mucoadhesive intranasal in situ hydrogel by using a combination of polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):  167-74.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Mishra DK, Kumar A, Raj R, Chaturvedi A. Capmul MCM based nanoemulsion for intranasal delivery of an antidepressant. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):34-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR069.pdf

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34. Madaan R, Bansal G, Sharma A. New phenolic glycosides from roots of Actaea spicata Linneaus. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2011;1(1):11-4.
Cited: 1 time

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a) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3. https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

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35. Dey TK, Emran TB, Saha D, Rahman MA, Zahid Hosen SM, Chowdhury N. Antioxidant activity of ethanolic extract of Cassia hirsuta (L.) leaves. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):78-82.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Jain S, Argal A. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on glycolic acid-induced urolithiasis in rats. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2013;3(1):40-3. https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/ReprintBPR0701.pdf

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36. Basaveswara Rao MV, Nagendrakumar AVD, Sivanadh M, Venkata Rao G. Validated RP-HPLC method for the estimation of telmisartan in tablet formulation. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(2):50-5.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Jain N, Jain R, Jain DK, Jain SK. RP-HPLC Method for Simultaneous Estimation of Esomeprazole Magnesium and Domperidone in a Tablet Dosage form Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(3):134-9.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FPP-BPR058.pdf

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37. Khan IN, Khan MI, Mazumder K, Ajrin M, Sen N, Rashid A, Bhuiya AM. Characterization and ex- vivo skin permeation study of domperidone maleate transdermal patch. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012;2(1):15-21.
Cited: 1 time

Cited by:

a) Parmar VJ, Lumbhani AN. Formulation and development of thermoreversible mucoadhesive intranasal in situ hydrogel by using a combination of polymers. Bull. Pharm. Res. 2012; 2(3):167-74.
https://www.appconnect.in/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Reprint-BPR063.pdf

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At private schools, a surge of Chinese students EVERETT — Pope John XXIII High School once epitomized the parochial school experience, a concrete building where hundreds of poor Catholic children from Irish and Italian immigrant families sought a new future. For decades, a student from farther away than Malden or Chelsea stood out. ​ Walk through the same doors now, and the tones of Mandarin Chinese bounce off the lockers. International flags fly between stained glass windows in a chapel-turned-dining hall. In one classroom, a crucifix hangs over a bookshelf with a Chinese dictionary — a reminder that almost half the school’s population hails from abroad. Three-quarters of those students come from China. Advertisement Chinese students have flocked to US universities for nearly 40 years. But as that country’s middle class balloons and competition for college acceptance rises, some families aim to jump-start the process by sending children abroad as early as junior high. This influx has spurred a side industry ripe for exploitation and shifted the makeup of secondary schools nationwide, particularly in private-school hubs like New England. cosplay wigsElite boarding schools have found the surge so great that many are attempting to maintain a balance by accepting fewer Chinese. But many day schools, faced with financial pressures, have seized on the opportunity to enroll full-tuition students through partnerships with recruitment agencies, new dorms, and rejiggered curriculums. “This school is not the school that was here in the 1980s,” said Tom Ryan, head of school at Pope John XXIII. Chinese made up 35 percent of the 92,000 foreign secondary school students in the United States in 2015, according to the US Department of Homeland Security, by far the largest group studying here. The number of international students in New England alone rose from more than 9,000 in 2010 to nearly 14,000 last year. International enrollment at the Newman School in the Back Bay shot up from 29 percent to 36 percent in the past five years, with 70 percent of those Chinese. The MacDuffie School in Granby has more than doubled its international population in the past four years, to 160 out of 297 students total.

Advertisement Lexington Christian Academy recently acquired a dormitory, largely for international students who pay $61,860 a year for tuition and housing. In 2011, Pope John XXIII officials converted the school’s fifth-floor convent into a dormitory for foreign students. Tuition there is $9,500 annually, plus about $30,000 for room and board. This new wave of Chinese students, even as they seek educational opportunity, is also more vulnerable because they leave their families at a young age, travel halfway across the world, and juggle the insecurities of teenage years in a country they don’t understand. Some of these so-called parachute kids sink, but many do master a system of teaching much different than they knew, improve their English, diversify traditionally monochrome campuses, and better situate themselves to attend a US university. And yet the transition can feel jarring. “The first day I arrived at my host family’s, I shut the door all day and stayed in my room,” said Ran Yixin, who entered George Stevens Academy in Blue Hill, Maine, as a hesitant 17-year-old sophomore. Then the south China native started watching football games with her host father, joined the cheerleading squad, volunteered at a local church, and became a discerning lobster eater. She graduated last year and now attends Bunker Hill Community College. lace front wigs“You need to be versatile; you can’t be only good at studying,” said Ran, who like many international students, bounced between host families. The desire to attend a US college often drives families, but, like Ran, many also seek to avoid the rigidity of the Chinese education system. Most public school students in China focus their academic career on passing a single test, the national college entrance exam, which is taken in their senior year. Students study long hours, and their score on this test, called the gaokao, determines where they go to college and what majors they pursue. This method, while prized for its rigor, leaves little time for hobbies or self-examination. “The education system in China is quite harmful for personal interest,” said Ran’s father, Ran Qihui, who paid about $46,000 a year for the US private high school. Some Chinese parents worry the American approach, which emphasizes extracurriculars and encourages students to follow their passions, fails to instill the same level of academic skills as the Chinese model. Unless parents can afford to accompany their children, it also tears families apart at the child’s most formative age. “It’s like they start college four years earlier,” said Tracy Ren, a Beijing mother whose son went to Choate Rosemary Hall, the same Connecticut boarding school President John F. Kennedy attended. “If you want to send [your kids abroad] at 14, they’re gone.”

David L Ryan/Globe Staff Ali Fu from China with Priscila Forgione from Lynn work together at Pope John XXIII High School in Everett. Ren helps run a parental support group on WeChat, a popular Chinese social media app, that translates to “Circle of Moms who want to Send their Kids to the US.” It has 50,000 followers. Many of these are parents like Robby Yang, caught between keeping a child nearby and encouraging them to leave. Any reservations the Chinese father had about sending his son abroad ended when the boy started elementary school in Beijing. He noticed that parents were asking the teacher what supplemental material they should buy for their 7-year-olds, in addition to after-school English classes and regular homework. Yang tried to ignore the intensity of his son’s kindergarten, where some of the kids could read novels. But the child would cry because he couldn’t list addition tables or write as many Chinese characters as the others. “This kind of competition is everywhere,” said Yang, who works on the investment side of Pearson, a multinational education and publishing company, and commutes three hours a day so his son can attend a well-regarded school. Schools acknowledge that revenue from these full-paying students motivates their recruitment. Many also hope to cultivate affluent international families into donors. But administrators also say the influx is reshaping classrooms that historically have lacked diversity. “We’re going to end up with a population of students who maybe aren’t so interested in putting a wall around their own country,” said Steven Griffin, head of school at the MacDuffie School. perruques cheveuxAn entire industry, both in the United States and China, has sprung up to funnel young foreign students to American prep schools. Fees can run as high as $50,000 for an agent to guide a family through the admissions process. Many of these businesses make additional profit by housing students in makeshift dorms or placing them with host families. Schools use agents because they believe it lends legitimacy to students’ applications. But it also makes for unusually close partnerships between admissions officers and businesses, with money as a primary incentive.

David L Ryan/Globe Staff Nick Zhou, who is from China, played pool after school ended at Pope John XXIII. “International students are a very lucrative market,” said Xi Zhang, founder of Boston-based FindingSchool.com, a website that provides information in Chinese about US secondary schools. “Although they can claim ‘I want to make sure our student body is diverse,’ lots of schools are doing this for the money.” The MacDuffie School finds 80 percent of its international students through agents, Griffin said. The school pays agents a cut, 10 percent of the $51,000 tuition that schools receive from the family the first year, and 5 percent in subsequent years. Sparhawk School, an Amesbury day school, requires students from China, Vietnam, and Korea to apply through the Cambridge Institute for International Education, a recruiting company whose affiliate operates the school’s new dormitory in nearby Haverhill. The Waltham-based company, founded less than a decade ago, partners with more than 200 private and public high schools and universities, one of the largest agencies of its kind. Although third-party companies assist many families with the unfamiliar process, some also manipulate naive parents eager to see their children succeed. A Chinese parent recently contacted the MacDuffie School to tell the headmaster her family could no longer afford the mandatory $40,000 annual donation. But no such donation rule exists. The family’s agent made up the story, and the school never received the money. With such high stakes — a child’s or a school’s future — the attempts at profiteering go both ways. Lexington Christian Academy, whose student body is 11 percent international, last year asked a Chinese student to leave when, after several warnings, she did not complete her coursework. Her parents flew in and offered the headmaster whatever assistance he needed for her to stay. “Eventually, what I understood they were saying was, ‘How much?’ ” Head of School Timothy Russell said. Students face their own struggles as they confront an unfamiliar setting, often alone and with limited English skills. Pope John XXIII sits across the street from a Dunkin’ Donuts and the Rt. perruques cheveux naturels99 Smoke Shop, between a convenience store and a nail salon. Some Chinese find suburban America a lonely transition from the crowded streets and flashy high-rises of Beijing and Shanghai. Augustine Wong, a Hong Kong transplant who attends the Newman School in the Back Bay, called the quiet West Roxbury neighborhood where his host family lives “gloomy.”

To help foreign students assimilate, schools sometimes require them to play sports or join clubs. The influence works in both directions: Chinese New Year has become a commonly feted holiday. But lunchrooms tell another story, often divided along cultural lines. During a recent morning assembly at the Newman School, many Asian students grouped together on one side of the room. A few never escape that bubble, making it difficult to ever really fit in. And, every so often, something goes terribly wrong. remy hair extensionsThree Chinese high school students in Southern California made headlines earlier this year for allegedly stripping another Chinese girl, burning her with cigarettes, and forcing her to eat her own hair. One of the student’s lawyers linked their actions to loneliness and the lack of parental supervision. Such behaviors are rare. But students can find themselves squeezed between expectations of American teachers and pressure from parents unfamiliar with a Western education system. George Becker, a world history teacher at Pope John XXIII, says that many Chinese students arrive tired to first period because they stay up late to Skype with their parents. Some sleep for a few hours, get up around 1 a.m. to talk, then go back to sleep, he said. Becker struggles to keep students with limited English skills engaged. He spends much of the first semester reinforcing the importance of participating in class and voicing opinions — skills that aren’t always encouraged in traditional Chinese schools. “I’m constantly thinking about making sure they understand this, or how can I connect this to something where they’re from,” Becker said. The increase in foreign students also affects how and what schools teach. Sparhawk School runs a course to prepare students for the English-language exam they must take to attend US universities, and it has trained its teachers on cultural differences between US and Chinese experiences. MacDuffie School offers an international diploma for foreign students who don’t meet the regular requirements for graduation. Lexington Christian Academy developed a special English-language learning program that some students attend before enrolling at the academy or at another secondary school. “You’re actually, in a way, changing the school,” said Peter Upham, executive director of The Association of Boarding Schools.

While the surge in international students brings more diversity of thought, it also threatens to shift the demographics too far in one direction, Upham said. His association has started a national campaign to encourage boarding schools to enroll more domestic students — 2,020 more by the year 2020. Meanwhile, the region’s elite prep schools, with their larger endowments, face less pressure to recruit international students. Enrolling too many foreign students can backfire, said Chris Blondin, associate admissions director at Governor’s Academy in Byfield, which has 17 Chinese students out of 400 total. Chinese families aren’t attracted to schools that look too much like home, he said. pre bonded hairDeerfield Academy counts about 20 Chinese in its student body of 635. The school has watched the number of Chinese applications drop as families learn that it admits just one student for every 12 applicants and does not have an English-language learning program. In coming years, the Newman School aims to reverse strategy and recruit more US students. Headmaster Harry Lynch is proud of Newman’s global reputation, but he frequently hears that the school is not well-known in Boston. Lynch sat in his office one recent afternoon surrounded by stacks of American textbooks. The bell rang and students from around the world raced past his open door to class. “When I look at the future of the school,” Lynch said, “it has to rebalance.” Laura Krantz can be reached at laura.krantz@globe.com. Jessica Meyers can be reached at jessica.meyers@globe.com.