Abstract : The synthesis of nanostructured substances, specifically metal nanoparticles, has accrued utmost concern over the last decade owing to their particular properties that cause them to applicable in distinctive fields of technology era. The challenge to the usage of these nanoparticles is the paucity of an effective technique of synthesis so one can produce homogeneous size and form nanoparticles in addition to debris with limited or no toxicity to the human health and the surroundings. The biological technique of nanoparticle synthesis is a relatively easy, reasonably-priced, and environmentally friendly approaches than the conventional chemical technique of synthesis and accordingly profits a top hand. The bio mineralization of nanoparticles in protein cages is one among such biological approaches used inside the era of nanoparticles. This technique of synthesis apart from being a more secure approach inside the production of nanoparticles is also able to control particle morphology.
Abstract : Tecomaria Capensis belonging to the family Bignoniaceae is an evergreen climber. The aim of this research is to explore the anti-anthritic potential of this selected plant material. Ethanol and ethyl acetate successive crude extract of its leaves were subjected for in vitro anti-arthritic activity using inhibition of protein denaturation method. The successive ethanol extract have shown significant anti-arthritic activity by inhibition of protein denaturation with 62.67% and 82.5% of inhibition of protein denaturation respectively at the concentration of 100 and 250 µg/ml. Ethyl acetate extract have also the activity but less than that of ethanolic extract. All the concentrations prepared were paving dose dependent anti-arthritic activity.