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Preparation of Phytol-Loaded Nanoemulsion and Screening for Antioxidant Capacity
PYT exhibited potential antioxidant activity but at high concentration it is toxic to the yeast cells, and the production of PYT-nanoemulsions may be relevant to pharmaceutical sciences. Expand
Therapeutic Potential of Essential Oils Focusing on Diterpenes
Diterpenes may be an immense featuring concern in pharmaceutical consumption from a drug discovery point of view and take into health‐consumption deportment. Expand
Diterpenes: Advances in Neurobiological Drug Research
Diterpenes may be the prominent candidates in neurobiological drug research as results viewed on them by taking into drug discovery and development account. Expand
Pharmacological properties of cashew (Anacardium occidentale)
Anacardium occidentale L. is a tree native to Brazil, which is rich in phenolic lipids. Nowadays, the cashew bark (Cashew Nut Shell Liquid) has received great attention in the pharmaceuticalExpand
Protective and therapeutic potential of ginger (Zingiber officinale) extract and [6]‐gingerol in cancer: A comprehensive review
Data collected from experimental (in vitro or in vivo) and clinical studies discussed in this review indicate that ginger derivatives, in the form of an extract or isolated compounds, exhibit relevant antiproliferative, antitumor, invasive, and anti‐inflammatory activities. Expand
Assessment of chemotherapy on various biochemical markers in breast cancer patients
It is concluded that breast cancer and co‐treatment with CYP and DOX, interfere arious biological markers, thereby, showing the physiological imbalance. Expand
A systematic review on the neuroprotective perspectives of beta‐caryophyllene
Reports suggest that BCAR exhibits a protective role in a number of nervous system‐related disorders including pain, anxiety, spasm, convulsion, depression, alcoholism, and Alzheimer's disease and suggests a possible application of BCAR as a neuroprotective agent. Expand
Evaluation of Antioxidant Activity of Phytol Using Non- and Pre-Clinical Models.
In vitro and in vivo antioxidant capacity of PHY exerted antioxidant potential in the current non- and preclinical test systems and can be a good candidate for the development of treatments of oxidative stress mediated diseases. Expand
A Possible Phytol-cytoprotective Trait through Reactive Species-Induced Oxidative Stress Ebbing Pathway
Results suggest PYL is non-cytotoxic at low (40-160 µM) but toxic at high concentration (2-8 mM) to the shrimps and RBCs, and activities found, however, may be linked to the radical scavenging pathway. Expand
In vivo antigenotoxic and anticlastogenic effects of fresh and processed cashew (Anacardium occidentale) apple juices.
The findings demonstrate the high antigenotoxic and anticlastogenic potential of cashew apple juice and cajuina in vivo, which can be related to the antioxidant compounds found in both drinks. Expand