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Extreme effects of Seabuckthorn extracts on influenza viruses and human cancer cells and correlation between flavonol glycosides and biological activities of extracts
Correlation study reveals that aglycones and flavonol mono-glycosides highly correlated with anti-influenza activities but not correlated with anticancer activities, and di- glycosides and tri-glyCosides have a high correlation with cytotoxic effect with both normal and cancer cells. Expand
Time and Concentration-Dependent Therapeutic Potential of Silver Nanoparticles in Cervical Carcinoma Cells
The results suggest that metal-based nanoparticles might be a potential candidate for the treatment of cervical cancer and cytotoxic effect in cervical carcinoma cells. Expand
Anti-influenza (H1N1) potential of leaf and stem bark extracts of selected medicinal plants of South India
Variations in antioxidant and anti-viral activities (against Influenza AP/R/8 (H1N1) virus) between the leaves and stem bark of selected medicinal plants were studied to reveal the potential of therapeutic compounds against the viral disease. Expand
Utilization of Dianthus superbus L and its bioactive compounds for antioxidant, anti-influenza and toxicological effects.
Correlation study showed that flavonol glycosides were linked to anti-influenza activity and cyclic peptides with anticancer activities, and the metabolic profile for EA, Bu and DW extracts shows high variations and influence precisely the antioxidant, anticancer and antiviral properties. Expand
In Vitro Therapeutic Potential of Tio2 Nanoparticles Against Human Cervical Carcinoma Cells
T titanium dioxide (TiO2) nanoparticle-induced cytotoxicity, apoptotic morphological modification, and apoptotic-related gene expressions in the human cervical carcinoma cells are investigated to suggest that TiO2 nanoparticle could inhibit the growth of HeLa cells. Expand
Variation in major phenolic compounds and quality potential of CTC black tea elicited by Saccharomyces cercevisiae and its correlation with antioxidant potential
Abstract Changes in phenolic compounds along with quality parameters of CTC (Crush, Tear, Curl) black tea (BT) during yeast fermentation was revealed. The level of epigallocatechin-3-gallate (EGCG)Expand
Anticancer studies of synthesized ZnO nanoparticles against human cervical carcinoma cells.
It may be concluded that ZnO nanoparticle may exert cytotoxicity on HeLa cell through the apoptotic pathway, implies the probable utility of Zn O nanoparticle in the cancer treatment and therapy. Expand
Ultra-sonication-assisted silver nanoparticles using Panax ginseng root extract and their anti-cancer and antiviral activities.
The present facile, eco-friendly, and efficient method results in the synthesis of AgNPs that can act as an alternative biomaterial for future biomedical applications. Expand
Discovery of berberine based derivatives as anti-influenza agent through blocking of neuraminidase.
Results indicated that BD inhibits various strains of influenza virus by blocking of viral NA subunit, which is stronger than plant-derived pure commercial berberine. Expand
Therapeutic efficacy of natural dipeptide carnosine against human cervical carcinoma cells
Taking all the data together, the natural dipeptide L‐carnosine could be a suitable antiproliferative agent in cervical carcinoma cells. Expand