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ALPHA-GLUCOSIDASE INHIBITING ACTIVITY OF FIVE MEXICAN PLANTS USED IN THE TREATMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES .
In maltose-loaded rats, and in in vitro assay of glucosidasesisolated from rat gut, the effect on tests the α-glucosidase activity of five extracts of Mexican plants showed in vitro an inhibitory effect over the enzyme.
HYPOGLYCEMIC EFFECT OF HAMELIA PATENS JACQ . , AERIAL PART IN STZ-NA-INDUCED DIABETIC RATS
This study supports the traditional use of Hamelia patens as a hypoglycemic plant and correlates the main compounds (quercetin, chlorogenic and caffeic acids) with the effect.
nhibition of gluconeogenesis by Malmea depressa root dolfo
Administration of Malmea depressa can improve glycemic control by blocking hepatic glucose production, especially in the fasting state, and is supported by its traditional use conti as an infusion consumed.