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Antimicrobial evaluation of some plants used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of infectious diseases.
- V. Navarro, M. Villarreal, G. Rojas, X. Lozoya
- Biology, Medicine
- Journal of ethnopharmacology
- 1 September 1996
Twelve methanolic plant extracts from botanical species used in traditional medicine in Morelos, México to cure infectious diseases have been subjected to a screening study to detect potential… Expand
Antimicrobial evaluation of certain plants used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of respiratory diseases.
Eighteen crude extracts, including six hexanic, six chloroformic and six methanolic from six different plant species used in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of respiratory infections,… Expand
Applying the theory of planned behavior to explore HAART adherence among HIV-positive immigrant Latinos: elicitation interview results.
- Aaron T. Vissman, K. C. Hergenrather, G. Rojas, Sarah E Langdon, A. Wilkin, S. Rhodes
- Psychology, Medicine
- Patient education and counseling
- 1 December 2011
OBJECTIVE This study explored influences on intention to adhere to highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) among immigrant Latinos living with HIV/AIDS in the southeastern USA. METHODS Our… Expand
Identification of a minimal microsatellite marker panel for the fingerprinting of peach and nectarine cultivars
The genetic characterization of 117 peach and nectarine cultivars ( Prunus persica (L.) Batsch) using microsatellite (SSR) markers is presented. Analyzed genotypes include the complete list of… Expand
In vitro propagation ofMimosa tenuiflora (Willd.) Poiret, a Mexican medicinal tree
SummaryMimosa tenuiflora (Willd.) Poiret (Leguminosae) was micropropagated throughin vitro culture of axillary buds on Murashige and Skoog (MS) medium. Shoot formation was achieved when the media… Expand
Balanced dynamics of deep and shallow Hadley circulations in the tropics
Articulo cientifico -- Universidad de Costa Rica. Centro de Investigaciones Geofisicas, 2014
Microbiological condition of ground meat retailed in Monterrey, Mexico.
Eighty-eight samples of ground meat were randomly collected from retail stores in the metropolitan area of Monterrey, Mexico, and were analyzed for microbial contamination. Methods were those… Expand
In vitro culture of Montanoa tomentosa for the production of diterpenic acids
Following a solid phase extraction, GC-MS and GC-FID procedures, the production of three kaurane derivatives (grandiflorenic, kaurenoic and monoginoic acids) was detected in callus and cell… Expand
Large-scale cultivation ofSolanum chrysotrichum cells: Production of the antifungal saponin SC-1 in 10-I airlift bioreactors
Cells of two different cell lines:ccvx (cotyledon derived) andccvz (hypocotyl derived) ofSolanum chrysotrichum were cultivated in 10-1 airlift bioreactors for the production of the human antimycotic… Expand
Effectiveness and tolerability of a standardized extract from Ageratina pichinchensis on patients with tinea pedis: an explorative pilot study controlled with ketoconazole.
- Ofelia Romero-Cerecero, G. Rojas, V. Navarro, A. Herrera-Arellano, A. Zamilpa-Alvarez, J. Tortoriello
- Planta medica
- 18 October 2006
Ageratina pichinchensis has been used for many years in Mexican traditional medicine for the treatment of superficial mycosis. Previous studies have demonstrated the antifungal effectiveness of a… Expand