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The Therapeutic Potential of Apigenin
This work is an updated overview of apigenin, focusing on its health-promoting effects/therapeutic functions and, in particular, results of in vivo research, and an introduction to its chemistry.
Urtica spp.: Ordinary Plants with Extraordinary Properties
A unique overview of the latest research on nettle plants is provided focusing on the possibilities for transforming a common weed into a commercial plant with a wide range of applications, including functional food, dietary supplements and pharmacological formulations.
Advances in Chemical and Biological Methods to Identify Microorganisms—From Past to Present
The goal of this review is to present the past and the present methods of detection and identification of microorganisms, and to discuss their advantages and their limitations.
The effect on bioactive components and characteristics of chocolate by functionalization with raw cocoa beans.
Plants of Genus Mentha: From Farm to Food Factory
In this review, a special emphasis was given to mint-derived products as an interesting alternative to artificial preservatives towards establishing a wide range of applications for shelf-life extension of food ingredients and even foodstuffs.
Tagetes spp. Essential Oils and Other Extracts: Chemical Characterization and Biological Activity
The phytochemical composition of the extracts of different Tagetes species parts are reported in this work, and these compounds exhibit antioxidant, antiinflammatory, and enzyme inhibitory properties.
Aloe Genus Plants: From Farm to Food Applications and Phytopharmacotherapy
- B. Salehi, S. Albayrak, J. Sharifi‐Rad
- BiologyInternational journal of molecular sciences
- 1 September 2018
The recent advances in botany, phytochemical composition, ethnobotanical uses, food preservation, and the preclinical and clinical efficacy of Aloe plants are summarized to provide future directions for the industrial and medicinal use ofAloe plants.
Nepeta species: From farm to food applications and phytotherapy
Cucurbits Plants: A Key Emphasis to Its Pharmacological Potential
A detailed overview to the folk medicinal uses of Cucurbita plants, and even an in-depth insight on the latest advances with regards to its antimicrobial, antioxidant and anticancer effects are provided.
Phenolic Compounds Contained in Little-known Wild Fruits as Antiadhesive Agents Against the Beverage-Spoiling Bacteria Asaia spp.
- Hubert Antolak, Agata Czyżowska, M. Sakač, A. Mišan, O. Đuragić, D. Kręgiel
- Chemistry, MedicineMolecules
- 28 July 2017
The high phenolic content of juices indicated that these compounds may contribute to the reduction of Asaia spp.