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Evaluation of the in vivo antimalarial activity of ethanolic leaf and stembark extracts of Anthocleista djalonensis
Objective: To evaluate the in vivo antimalarial activities of ethanolic leaf and stembark extracts of Anthocleista djalonensis used traditionally as malarial remedy in Southern Nigeria in miceExpand
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Antiplasmodial and antidiabetic activities of ethanolic leaf extract of Heinsia crinata.
The ethanolic leaf extract of Heinsia crinata, grown particularly for the leaf in Niger Delta region of Nigeria, was evaluated for antiplasmodial activity in Plasmodium berghei-infected mice as wellExpand
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The in vivo antiplasmodial activity of the ethanol leaf extract of Acacia auriculiformis use in the treatment of malaria in Niger Delta region of Nigeria was evaluated in Plasmodium berghei infectedExpand
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Phytochemical and comparative antidiabetic studies of leaf extracts of Viscum album from different plant hosts
Phytochemical screening and evaluation of antidiabetic activity of leaf extracts of Viscum album from four different plant hosts were carried out using standard procedures. The results of theExpand
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Antiulcerogenic Activity of Ethanolic Leaf Extract of Croton Zambesicus Muell. Arg
Croton zambesicus Muell. Arg. is often used in traditional medicine by Ibibios of Niger Delta region of Nigeria for the treatment of several diseases including gastrointestinal disorders especiallyExpand
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Antimicrobial activity of compounds isolated from the leaves of Aspilia africana (Pers.) C. D. Adams (Asteraceae)
Background: Incidences of serious failures in the treatment of infectious disease by antibiotics caused by the emergence and spread of drug resistant strains of the microorganisms/multiple drugExpand
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Antidiarrhoeal and Antiulcer Activities of Mammea Africana
The stembark of Mammea africana is used traditionally for the treatment of stomach pains. The present study was designed to evaluate the effects of ethanolic stembark extract of Mammea africana onExpand
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Biochemical parameters in alloxan induced diabetic rats treated with glibenclamide, metformin and two polyherbal bitters
Background: Manufacturers and promoters of various polyherbal bitters claim that, being of natural origin, they could be co-administered with therapeutic drugs with no adverse effects, and that itExpand
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