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Anticancer and antioxidant activities of methanol extracts and fractions of some Cameroonian medicinal plants.
Neuroprotective effects of forsythiaside on learning and memory deficits in senescence-accelerated mouse prone (SAMP8) mice
Flavonoid and cardenolide glycosides and a pentacyclic triterpene from the leaves of Nerium oleander and evaluation of cytotoxicity.
Molecular Mechanism of Antiproliferation Potential of Acacia Honey on NCI-H460 Cell Line
It is proposed that the molecular mechanism of the antiproliferation potential of Acacia honey on NCI-H460 cell line is due to cell cycle arrest, stimulation of cytokines and calcium ion as well as downregulation of Bcl-2 and p53 genes.
Time-dependent impairments in learning and memory in Streptozotocin-induced hyperglycemic rats
Investigation of the type of memory which is more susceptible to hyperglycemia and its correlation with biochemical parameters such as inflammatory cytokines, cAMP response element binding (CREB) and protein kinase B (Akt) activation found it affected learning and memory negatively.
Daily Consumption of Honey: Effects on Male Wister Albino Rats
This study investigated the effect of acute administration of honey on the biochemical parameters on male Wister albino rats and determined diastase activity and hydroxylmethylfurfu ral level were below the imposed limits.
Chemical composition, antioxidative burst, anticancer and antileishmanial activities of panicum maximum
The results suggest that the leaf extract/fractions of Panicum maximum possess anticancer, immunomodulatory and antileishmanial activities and these justify its use in ethnomedicine to inflammatory diseases and microbial infections.
Opuntia dillenii cladode: Opuntiol and opuntioside attenuated cytokines and eicosanoids mediated inflammation.
Antibiofilm potential of 16-oxo-cleroda-3, 13(14) E-diene-15 oic acid and its five new γ-amino γ-lactone derivatives against methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus mutans.
Cytotoxic and antioxidant properties of phenolic compounds from Tagetes patula flower
The present study provides scientific evidence for the use of T. patula flower for cytotoxic and growth inhibition in human cancer cell lines along with its antioxidant properties using chemical and cell based systems.