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Acute toxicity and mutagenic activity of Mexican plants used in traditional medicine.
Antinociceptive effect of extracts and compounds from Hofmeisteria schaffneri.
Spasmogenic and spasmolytic activities of Agastache mexicana ssp. mexicana and A. mexicana ssp. xolocotziana methanolic extracts on the guinea pig ileum.
Tagetes lucida Cav.: Ethnobotany, phytochemistry and pharmacology of its tranquilizing properties.
Preclinical evidence of the anxiolytic and sedative-like activities of Tagetes erecta L. reinforces its ethnobotanical approach.
Antihyperalgesic Activity of Rhodiola rosea in a Diabetic Rat Model
- M. Déciga-Campos, M. González-Trujano, R. Ventura-Martínez, R. M. Montiel-Ruiz, G. Ángeles-López, F. Brindis
- BiologyDrug development research
- 1 February 2016
Antinociceptive activity of Ligusticum porteri preparations and compounds
- K. Juárez-Reyes, G. Ángeles-López, I. Rivero-Cruz, R. Bye, R. Mata
- BiologyPharmaceutical biology
- 12 December 2013
In vivo evidence supporting the use of L. porteri to treat painful conditions in folk medicine is provided, and some preparations and major compounds tested exhibited significant antinociceptive effect in the two animal pain models selected.
Antimicrobial activity and chemical composition of the essential oil of Hofmeisteria schaffneri
- A. Pérez-Vásquez, S. Capella, E. Linares, R. Bye, G. Ángeles-López, R. Mata
- Biology, MedicineThe Journal of pharmacy and pharmacology
- 1 April 2011
The antimicrobial potential of Hofmeisteria schaffneri essential oil was established and its chemical composition was determined.
Broccoli sprouts produce abdominal antinociception but not spasmolytic effects like its bioactive metabolite sulforaphane.
Spasmolytic effect of aqueous extract of Tagetes erecta L. flowers is mediated through calcium channel blockade on the guinea-pig ileum.