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Comparative in vitro and in vivo antimalarial activity of the indole alkaloids ellipticine, olivacine, cryptolepine and a synthetic cryptolepine analog.
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In vitro inhibition of P. falciparum and in vivo inhibition of olivacine are promising compounds for development of antimalarials. Expand
Aqueous and Methanolic Extracts of Caulerpa mexicana Suppress Cell Migration and Ear Edema Induced by Inflammatory Agents
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It is demonstrated for the first time the anti-inflammatory effect of aqueous and methanolic extracts from the green marine algae Caulerpa mexicana on models inflammation. Expand
Aqueous and Methanolic Extracts of Caulerpa mexicana Suppress Cell Migration and Ear Edema Induced by Inflammatory Agents.
The regulation of the inflammatory response is essential to maintaining homeostasis. Several studies have investigated new drugs that may contribute to avoiding or minimizing excessive inflammatoryExpand
Antimalarial Activities of Seaweeds Spatoglossum schroederi, Gracilaria birdiae and Udotea flabellum from Rio Grande do Norte Coast, Brazil
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Data showed that the present bioactive components in these algae can be promising for the development of new antimalarial drugs; attempt to purify these compounds are in progress for furtherbiological assays. Expand