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The phytochemistry of the annonaceae
Biological and chemical studies of Pera benensis, a Bolivian plant used in folk medicine as a treatment of cutaneous leishmaniasis.
2-substituted quinoline alkaloids as potential antileishmanial drugs
- A. Fournet, A. A. Barrios, V. Muñoz, R. Hocquemiller, A. Cavé, J. Bruneton
- ChemistryAntimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy
- 1 April 1993
This study is the first to show the activity of 2-substituted quinoline alkaloids for experimental treatment of New World cutaneous leishmaniasis and further investigations of these compounds might yet prove helpful for the development of new antileishmanial drugs.
Annonaceae Essential Oils: A Review
Abstract Many species among the Tropical Annonaceae family are odorous; this property is due to the presence of essential oils which are mainly composed of mono- and sesquiterpene compounds. The aim…
Aporphinoid Alkaloids, V
Effect of natural naphthoquinones in BALB/c mice infected with Leishmania amazonensis and L. venezuelensis.
- A. Fournet, A. A. Barrios, V. Muñoz, R. Hocquemiller, A. Cavé
- Biology, ChemistryTropical medicine and parasitology : official…
- 1 December 1992
Assays of a single local treatment on foot-pad infection two weeks after the parasitic inoculation with L. amazonensis showed that 8,8'-biplumbagin (50 mg/kg/d) was as potent as Glucantime (400 mg/ kg/d).
Aporphine Alkaloids. II
Antiprotozoal activity of quinoline alkaloids isolated from Galipea longiflora, a Bolivian plant used as a treatment for cutaneous leishmaniasis
Assays of single local treatments on the rear footpad infection, 2 weeks after the parasitic inoculation, indicated an effect for 2‐phenylquinoline by reducing the severity of lesion, however, this activity was found to be slightly lower than that obtained using Glucantime.
[Alkaloids from annonaceae.].
From diverse parts of POLYALTHIA NITIDISSIMA, thirteen isoquinoline alkaloids have been isolated and identified and four of these dimers, namely N,N'-dimethyllindoldhamine, isodaurisoline, 7-O-methyllinderhamine and 7'-O-Methyllindlehamine are new natural products.
Antivectorial Activities of Cashew Nut Shell Extracts from Anacardium occidentaleL.
Sodium salts of cashew nut shell extracts (CNSL) and anacardic acids isolated from Anacardium occidentale demonstrate a potent antivectorial activity against Aedes aegypti larvae and Biomphalaria…