Organomercury Compounds

Publication Title: 
PloS One

BACKGROUND: Ayurveda represents the traditional medicine system of India. Since mechanistic details of therapy in terms of current biology are not available in Ayurvedic literature, modern scientific studies are necessary to understand its major concepts and procedures. It is necessary to examine effects of the whole Ayurvedic formulations rather than their "active" components as is done in most current studies.

Author(s): 
Dwivedi, Vibha
Anandan, E. M.
Mony, Rajesh S.
Muraleedharan, T. S.
Valiathan, M. S.
Mutsuddi, Mousumi
Lakhotia, Subhash C.
Publication Title: 
PloS One

BACKGROUND: Ayurveda represents the traditional medicine system of India. Since mechanistic details of therapy in terms of current biology are not available in Ayurvedic literature, modern scientific studies are necessary to understand its major concepts and procedures. It is necessary to examine effects of the whole Ayurvedic formulations rather than their "active" components as is done in most current studies.

Author(s): 
Dwivedi, Vibha
Anandan, E. M.
Mony, Rajesh S.
Muraleedharan, T. S.
Valiathan, M. S.
Mutsuddi, Mousumi
Lakhotia, Subhash C.
Publication Title: 
PloS One

BACKGROUND: Ayurveda represents the traditional medicine system of India. Since mechanistic details of therapy in terms of current biology are not available in Ayurvedic literature, modern scientific studies are necessary to understand its major concepts and procedures. It is necessary to examine effects of the whole Ayurvedic formulations rather than their "active" components as is done in most current studies.

Author(s): 
Dwivedi, Vibha
Anandan, E. M.
Mony, Rajesh S.
Muraleedharan, T. S.
Valiathan, M. S.
Mutsuddi, Mousumi
Lakhotia, Subhash C.
Publication Title: 
PloS One

BACKGROUND: Ayurveda represents the traditional medicine system of India. Since mechanistic details of therapy in terms of current biology are not available in Ayurvedic literature, modern scientific studies are necessary to understand its major concepts and procedures. It is necessary to examine effects of the whole Ayurvedic formulations rather than their "active" components as is done in most current studies.

Author(s): 
Dwivedi, Vibha
Anandan, E. M.
Mony, Rajesh S.
Muraleedharan, T. S.
Valiathan, M. S.
Mutsuddi, Mousumi
Lakhotia, Subhash C.
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