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Characterization of Volatile Compounds of Eleven Achillea Species from Turkey and Biological Activities of Essential Oil and Methanol Extract of A. hamzaoglui Arabacı & Budak
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This is the first report on the chemical composition of A. hamzaoglui essential oil; as well as the antioxidant and antimicrobial evaluation of its essential oil and methanolic extract. Expand
Comparative Studies on Phenolic Composition, Antioxidant, Wound Healing and Cytotoxic Activities of Selected Achillea L. Species Growing in Turkey
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The results suggested that AK is a valuable source of flavonoids and chlorogenic acid with important antioxidant, wound healing and cytotoxic activities and warrant further studies to assess the potential of AK as a bioactive source that could be exploited in pharmaceutical, cosmetics and food industries. Expand
Evaluation of herbal product use and possible herb-drug interactions in Turkish elderly.
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To ensure good patient care, it is important that healthcare professionals are aware of possible health complications associated with the concomitant use of herbs and medications. Expand
Flavonoids from Sideritis Species: Human Monoamine Oxidase (hMAO) Inhibitory Activities, Molecular Docking Studies and Crystal Structure of Xanthomicrol
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The current work warrants further preclinical studies to assess the potential of xanthomicrol and salvigenin as new selective and reversible hMAO-A inhibitors for the treatment of depression and anxiety. Expand
Ultra-structural hair alterations of drug abusers: a scanning electron microscopic investigation.
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This study represents the first report on ultra-structural hair alterations of drug abusers by scanning electron microscope (SEM), and suggests that results of this study will make a noteworthy contribution to cutaneous alterations associated with drug abuse which are regarded as the earliest clinical manifestations. Expand
Identification of Phenolic Compounds by LC-MS/MS and Evaluation of Bioactive Properties of Two Edible Halophytes: Limonium effusum and L. sinuatum
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The phenolic content and in vitro antioxidant, antimicrobial and enzyme inhibitory activities of the methanol extracts and their fractions of two edible halophytic Limonium species were evaluated and both species were more active against Gram-positive bacteria than Gram negatives and showed considerable growth inhibitions against tested fungi. Expand
Ultra‐structural hair alterations in Friedreich's ataxia: A scanning electron microscopic investigation
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It is suggested that ultra‐structural alterations observed in hair samples might be due to oxidative stress caused by deficient frataxin expression in mitochondria. Expand
Original Article Ultra-structural hair alterations of drug abusers: a scanning electron microscopic investigation
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This study represents the first report on ultra-structural hair altera - tions of drug abusers by scanning electron microscope (SEM), and suggests that results of this study will make a note - worthy contribution to cutaneous alterations associated with drug abuse which are regarded as the earliest clinical manifestations. Expand