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Anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity of diphenyl diselenide
Evidence is provided that administration of diphenyl diselenide produced anti-inflammatory and antinociceptive activity, significantly higher than ebselen. Expand
On the mechanisms involved in antinociception induced by diphenyl diselenide.
The mechanisms underlying the analgesic action of diphenyl diselenide seem to be unlike the activation of opioid, dopaminergic D2, muscarinic cholinergic receptors or the interaction with α(1) and α(2) adrenoceptors. Expand
Bioactive compounds in gladiolus flowers
Gladiolus flowers, traditionally used in landscaping and as cut flowers, have the potential for use in human nutrition, particularly the White Friendship, Rose Supreme, and Jester cultivars. Expand