A Comparative Study on Anti-Microbial Efficacies of Biologically Synthesized Nano Gold Using Bos Taurus Urine with Pharmaceutical Drug Sample

20 Pages Posted: 17 Nov 2021

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C. A. Pawar

Shivaji University - Department of Physics

A. K. Sharma

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University; Shivaji University - Department of Physics

N. R. Prasad

Shivaji University - School of Nano Science and Technology

S. S. Suryawanshi

Shivaji University - Department of Biochemistry

G. M. Nazeruddin

Abeda Inamdar Senior College

Viquar Sameer Shaikh

Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) - Department of Physics; Nowrosjee Wadia College

A. N. Kulkarni

Abhinav Education Society's College of Computer Science and Management

Abdullah G. Al-Sehemi

King Khalid University - Department of Chemistry

Yaseen Shaikh

Abeda Inamdar Senior College

Abstract

Gold nanoparticles are synthesized by reducing Au ions using the liquid metabolic waste of Indian Gir cow (A-2) urine. Various bio-molecules present in cow urine are effectively used to reduce gold ions to gold nanoparticles in a single step. The synthesized nanomaterials were characterized using advanced characterizations which ensures the formation of gold in nano form. We characterized the commercially available Ayurvedic medicine Swarna Bhasma which contains nano-gold synthesized according to ancient Indian literature. The synthesized bio-inspired AuNPs show potential antimicrobial and antioxidant activities. Then the biological activity of these two samples was comparatively studied.

Keywords: ayurveda, bhasma, cow urine, anti-microbial activity, anti-oxidant activity

Suggested Citation

Pawar, C. A. and Sharma, A. K. and Prasad, N. R. and Suryawanshi, S. S. and Nazeruddin, G. M. and Shaikh, Viquar Sameer and Kulkarni, A. N. and Al-Sehemi, Abdullah G. and Shaikh, Yaseen, A Comparative Study on Anti-Microbial Efficacies of Biologically Synthesized Nano Gold Using Bos Taurus Urine with Pharmaceutical Drug Sample. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3965535 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3965535

C. A. Pawar

Shivaji University - Department of Physics ( email )

Kolhapur
India

A. K. Sharma

Shri Mata Vaishno Devi University ( email )

Katra 182320
Jammu and Kashmir
India

Shivaji University - Department of Physics ( email )

Kolhapur
India

N. R. Prasad

Shivaji University - School of Nano Science and Technology ( email )

Kolhapur
India

S. S. Suryawanshi

Shivaji University - Department of Biochemistry ( email )

India

G. M. Nazeruddin

Abeda Inamdar Senior College ( email )

Dept. Of Chemistry,Abeda Inamdar Senior College
AISC,Azam Campus,Camp,Pune-411001
Pune, MA Pune 411001
India

Viquar Sameer Shaikh

Savitribai Phule Pune University (SPPU) - Department of Physics ( email )

Pune
India

Nowrosjee Wadia College ( email )

Camp
Pune, MA 411001
India

A. N. Kulkarni

Abhinav Education Society's College of Computer Science and Management ( email )

Ambegaon
India

Abdullah G. Al-Sehemi

King Khalid University - Department of Chemistry ( email )

Abha
Saudi Arabia

Yaseen Shaikh (Contact Author)

Abeda Inamdar Senior College ( email )

Dept. Of Chemistry,Abeda Inamdar Senior College
AISC,Azam Campus,Camp,Pune-411001
Pune, MA Pune 411001
India

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