Evaluation of Antiurolithiatic Activity by In-Vitro Methods
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In the present study, in vitro methods are used to evaluate of anti urolithiatic activity of polyherbal tablets. In in-vitro study there are several models includes Kramer and Tisdall’stitrimetry model, turbidimetric study by using simple NaCl solution, turbidimetric study by using artificial urine model, microscopic study, crystal inhibition on gel model, etc. Among these we have used Kramer and Tisdall’stitrimetry model, turbidimetric study by using simple NaCl solution, turbidimetric study by using artificial urine model, microscopic study.
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