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Qualitative Phytochemical Fingerprint and Network Pharmacology Investigation of Achyranthes aspera Linn. Extracts
TLDR
The carbonic anhydrase II enzyme was suggested as a putative target for explaining the traditional use of A. aspera preparations as diuretic and blood clotting agent and an abundance of fatty acids, flavonoids, phenols and acylquinic acids was revealed.
Insights on the Use of α-Lipoic Acid for Therapeutic Purposes
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Improved formulations can increase both ALA absorption and bioavailability, leading to a raise in therapeutic efficacy, and Interestingly, ALA bioavailability will be dependent on age, while no difference has been found for gender.
Impact of Natural Compounds on Neurodegenerative Disorders: From Preclinical to Pharmacotherapeutics
TLDR
The mechanisms of action of some of the major herbal products with potential in the treatment of NDDs are reviewed according to their molecular targets, as well as their regional sources (Asia, America and Africa).
Untargeted metabolomic profiling of three Crataegus species (Hawthorn) and their in vitro biological activities.
TLDR
Three Crataegus species can be classified as potent bio-resources for high value phytochemicals, which warrant further investigations for developing novel nutraceuticals.
Biologically active compounds from two members of the Asteraceae family: Tragopogon dubius Scop. and Tussilago farfara L.
TLDR
This study further validates the use of T. dubius and T. farfara in traditional medicine, as well as act as a stimulus for further studies for future biomedicine development.
Marine Algae: A Potential Resource of Anti-HSV Molecules
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This review aimed to compile previous anti-HSV studies on marine algae–derived compounds, especially sulfated polysaccharides, along with their mode of action, toward their development as novel natural anti- HSV agents for future investigations.
Phytochemical characterization, in vitro and in silico approaches for three Hypericum species
TLDR
The methanolic extracts of aerial parts of three Hypericum species can be classified as potent sources of biologically active secondary metabolites, which warrant further investigations as novel medicinal products.
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