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The medicinal properties and phytochemistry of plants of the genus Terminalia (Combretaceae)
  • I. Cock
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Inflammopharmacology
  • 31 July 2015
Plants of the genus Terminalia are amongst the most widely used plants for traditional medicinal purposes worldwide. Many species are used for their antibacterial, antifungal, antiprotozoal,Expand
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Antimicrobial Activity of Aloe barbadensis Miller Leaf Gel Components
Methanolic extracts of Aloe barbadensis Miller inner leaf gel were fractionated by RP-HPLC and the resultant fractions were tested for inhibitory activity against a panel of bacteria and fungi. FiveExpand
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The Genus Aloe: Phytochemistry and Therapeutic Uses Including Treatments for Gastrointestinal Conditions and Chronic Inflammation.
  • I. Cock
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Progress in drug research. Fortschritte der…
  • 2015
Plants of the genus Aloe have perhaps the longest recorded history of medicinal usage and are amongst the most widely used plants for traditional medicinal purposes worldwide. Aloe vera, Aloe ferox,Expand
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Antibacterial Activity of Selected Australian Native Plant Extracts
Thirty nine methanolic extracts from twenty five Australian native plants were investigated for their antibacterial activity against two Gram-positive (Bacillus cereus, Bacillus subtilis) and twoExpand
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  • Open Access
Anti-Proteus activity of some South African medicinal plants: their potential for the prevention of rheumatoid arthritis
A wide variety of herbal remedies are used in traditional African medicine to treat rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and inflammation. Thirty-four extracts from 13 South African plant species with a historyExpand
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An examination of the medicinal potential of Scaevola spinescens: Toxicity, antibacterial, and antiviral activities
Background: Scaevola spinescens is an endemic Australian native plant with a history of use as a medicinal agent by indigenous Australians. Yet the medicinal bioactivities of this plant are poorlyExpand
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Antimicrobial activity of Callistemon citrinus and Callistemon salignus methanolic extracts
Introduction: Australian Callistemon species had roles as traditional bush medicines for Australian Aborigines, including uses as antiseptic agents. Despite this ethnobotanical usage, theExpand
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Brine shrimp bioassay: Importance of correct taxonomic identification of Artemia (Anostraca) species
Despite the common use of the brine shrimp bioassay in toxicology, there is confusion in the literature regarding citation of the correct taxonomic identity of the Artemia species used. The genusExpand
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The chemotherapeutic potential of Terminalia ferdinandiana: Phytochemistry and bioactivity
Plants contain a myriad of natural compounds which exhibit important bioactive properties. These compounds may provide alternatives to current medications and afford a significant avenue for new drugExpand
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An examination of the antibacterial, antifungal, anti-Giardial and anticancer properties of Kigelia africana fruit extracts
Background: Kigelia africana is a common component of the pharmacopeia's of multiple African groupings which inhabit the areas in which it grows. Amongst these groups there is a myriad of medicinalExpand
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