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Phytochemical Evaluation, Anti-obesity and Antihyperlipidemic Effects of Combined Administration of Green Coffee, Cinnamon and Ginger
This study aims to evaluate anti-obesity and antihyperlipidemic effects of individual and combined administration of ginger, cinnamon and green coffee on the hyperlipidimic rats. It is the firstExpand
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Phenolic contents and bioactivities of pericarp and seeds of Pleiogynium solandri (Benth.) Engl. (Anacardiaceae)
Objective(s): This study aimed to develop drugs from natural sources to overcome the side effects of many of synthetic drugs. Methanol extracts of both pericarp and seeds of Pleiogynium solandri wereExpand
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Antihyperglycaemic and Antihyperlipidemic Activities of Pleiogynium timorense Seeds and Identification of Bioactive Compounds
The aim of this study is to evaluate antihyperglycaemi cand antihyperlipidemic activities of Pleiogynium timorense (DC.) Leenh (Anacardiaceae) seeds as well as to isolate and identify the bioactiveExpand
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EXPLORING THE ANTIPARASITIC ACTIVITY OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
Parasitic disease is one of the most important challenges impacting a large number of people. Worldwide, more than three billion cases of parasitic disease are reported yearly. Due to the resistanceExpand
Phytochemical Study and Protective effect of Diospyros lotus Against Carbon Tetrachloride-Induced Hepato and Nephro-Toxicity in Rats
The present work was carried out to studytheprotective effect of 70% methanolic extract of Diospyros lotus L. aerial parts against hepato and nephro-toxicity that was induced bycarbon tetrachloride.Expand
Cytotoxic activity, Molecular docking study and Phytochemical investigation on Cichorium intybus herb
The purpose of this study is to evaluate the cytotoxic activity of Cichorium intybus herb as well as to identify the molecular mechanism of the cytotoxicity. In addition, it aims to investigate itsExpand
A New Insight into Pleiogynium timorense Leaves: A Focus on The Anticancer and Antimicrobial Potentials
The current study focused on the anticancer and antimicrobial potentials of the ethyl acetate extract of Pleiogynium timorense leaves and the characterization of its phytoconstituents. Ethyl acetateExpand
Phytoconstituents and bioactivities of the Bark of Pleiogynium timorense (DC.) Leenh (Anacardiaceae)
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the phytoconstituents and various bioactivities of Pleiogynium timorense bark as a step towards the production of a new drug from naturalExpand
Natural Products for the Management of Diabetes
Abstract Diabetes is one of the most common metabolic diseases. One of its types is type 2 diabetes which is called insulin resistance as the insulin-sensitive organs do not respond to normal levelsExpand
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Cytotoxic activity and volatile components of peel oil of Citrus volkameriana
Abstract Citrus volkameriana Pasq. (Family: Rutacea) is a very common edible and medicinal plant growing in several places in the world including Egypt. We previously studied the toxicity ofExpand