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Phytochemical analysis and in vitro biological activity of three Hypericum species from the Canary Islands (Hypericum reflexum, Hypericum canariense and Hypericum grandifolium).
In the present work we carried out a phytochemical and biological investigation on three Hypericum species, i.e. Hypericum reflexum, Hypericum canariense and Hypericum grandifolium, from the CanaryExpand
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Stevia rebaudiana ethanolic extract exerts better antioxidant properties and antiproliferative effects in tumour cells than its diterpene glycoside stevioside.
Steviol glycosides are currently being used as natural sweeteners by the food industry and Stevia rebaudiana has long been used as a sweet plant in South America for patients suffering from diabetes.Expand
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Phenolic acids, antioxidant and antiproliferative activities of Naviglio® extracts from Schizogyne sericea (Asteraceae)
Abstract Schizogyne sericea, well-known as ‘salado’, is a halophytic shrub widespread on coastal rocks of Tenerife (Canary Islands). This plant is used traditionally as analgesic, astringent,Expand
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Bioactive Secondary Metabolites from Schizogyne sericea (Asteraceae) Endemic to Canary Islands
Schizogyne sericea (Asteraceae) is a halophytic shrub endemic to the Canary Islands and traditionally employed as analgesic, astringent, anti‐inflammatory, and vulnerary. A comprehensiveExpand
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Antioxidant activity and cytotoxicity on tumour cells of the essential oil from Cedronella canariensis var. canariensis (L.) Webb & Berthel. (Lamiaceae)
Cedronella canariensis is a lemon-scented species of the family Lamiaceae endemic to the Canary Islands where it is used in the traditional medicine to prepare infusions or inhalations forExpand
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Chemical analysis of the essential oils from Schizogyne sericea growing in different areas of Tenerife (Spain)
Abstract Schizogyne sericea , also known as ‘salado’, is a halophytic species widespread throughout all the Canary Islands (Spain), being more common in Tenerife and Gran Canaria. The plant has beenExpand
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Evaluación de la capacidad antimicrobiana y antioxidante de potenciales productos bioactivos de origen vegetal
El incremento de las infecciones humanas y de las enfermedades cronicas degenerativas, junto con los progresos en los conocimientos en fitoquimica para la busqueda de nuevas moleculas con actividadExpand