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New ceramide from the aerial part of Tinospora oblongifolia with cytotoxic activities
A new ceramide, 2,3-dihydroxy-N-[(2S,3S,4R)-1,3,4-trihydroxyicosan-2-yl[tetracosanamide (1) along with four known compounds: 2-(4′-hydroxyphenyl)-ethyl lignocerate (2),Expand
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Pretreatment with natural flavones and neuronal cell survival after oxidative stress: a structure-activity relationship study.
Quercetin shows structural features that have been related to the antioxidant potency of flavonoids and also shows neuroprotection in different models of oxidative death. Because only a few studiesExpand
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Mechanisms of analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of Annona muricata Linn. (Annonaceae) fruit extract in rodents.
Unripe fruit of Annona muricata Linn. (Annonaceae) (soursop) is used in traditional African medicine for the treatment of neuralgia, rheumatism, and arthritic pain. This study sought to investigateExpand
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Antinociceptive and antiplasmodial activities of cassane furanoditerpenes from Caesalpinia volkensii H. root bark.
The chloroform and ethyl acetate extract (100mg/kg) of Caesalpinia volkensii H. exhibited significant (P ≤ 0.05) antinociceptive activities using hot plate and writhing tests in mice while the laterExpand
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Anti-Plasmodial and Larvicidal Effects of Surface Exudates of Gardenia ternifolia Aerial Parts
Various parts of Gardenia ternifolia (leaves, roots and stem bark) have been reported by traditional healers as a remedy against malaria fever. The aerial parts are coated with shiny materials richExpand
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Meta-Analysis of the Validation Studies of the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children
A meta-analysis of the Kaufman Assessment Battery for Children (K-ABC) was conducted to ascertain the numbers of factors in the mental processing subtest of the K-ABC. After a summary and synthesisExpand
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Voulkensin C-E, new 11-oxocassane-type diterpenoids and a steroid glycoside from Caesalpinia volkensii stem bark and their antiplasmodial activities.
A bioassay guided isolation of potential antimalarial molecules from the stem bark of Caesalpinia volkensii Harms (Fabaceae) achieved three new 11-oxocassane-type diterpenoids named voulkensin C (1),Expand
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Potential of novel phytoecdysteroids isolated from Vitex doniana in the treatment depression: Involvement of monoaminergic systems
Vitex doniana Sweet (Verbanaceae) is used in traditional African medicine for the treatment of neurological disorders including depression. In our previous studies, three new phytoecdysteroids wereExpand
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