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2Shanthinikethan, Pattanakad PO, Cherthala, Kerala, India
The idea of extrapolating the active principles in snake envenomation research in Macrotyloma uniflorum is presented in this work on a preliminary analysis through spectroscopic, chromatographic and phytochemical analysis. Similarity in the Rf values of 0.9 ranges clearly indicated the presence of a common component .The UV-VIS spectroscopic analysis have indicated the presence of unique peaks in 200-320 ranges which predicted the presence of terpenoid compounds as it was discussed through the presence of chromophores. The phytochemical analyses have confirmed the presence of terpenoid through the presence of a brown color ring. The preliminary analysis floors a base for the future drug formulation extending through the strategy of structural interpretation with NMR and mass spectrometer assays. With the climatic change and poor waste management there occurs an increasing overlap between humans and poisonous snakes. The risk factors are assessed and which leads to the formulation of novel drug therapeutics. The work presents novel strategies in snake envenomation research through a systems approach of research with Macrotyloma uniflorum alone and in combination and was found to be effective in traditional snake envenomation practices.