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Terminalia ferdinandiana Exell. Fruit and Leaf Extracts Inhibit Proliferation and Induce Apoptosis in Selected Human Cancer Cell Lines
Cell imaging studies detected morphological features consistent with apoptosis in Caco2 cells exposed to the ethyl acetate, methanolic, and aqueous extracts, indicating that apoptosis was induced.
Terminalia ferdinandiana Exell: Extracts inhibit Shewanella spp. growth and prevent fish spoilage.
LC-MS analysis identified several compounds which may contribute to the inhibition of Shewanella spp.
GC-MS analysis of Tasmannia lanceolata Extracts which Inhibit the Growth of the Pathogenic Bacterium Clostridium perfringens
Introduction: Clostridium perfringens is the etiological agent of clostridial myonecrosis and enteritis necroticans. Infections result in exotoxin production, tissue necrosis and unless promptly
Plantago squarrosa Murray extracts inhibit the growth of some bacterial triggers of autoimmune diseases: GC–MS analysis of an inhibitory extract
The ethyl acetate extract, which had the greatest DPPH scavenging activity, generally displayed the most potent bacterial growth inhibitory activity, which was particularly potent against P. mirabilis, P. vulgaris, A. baylyi and S. pyogenes.
Anti-Proliferative Properties of Terminalia sericea Burch. Ex Dc Leaf Extracts Against Caco2 and HeLa Cancer Cell Lines
Introduction: Terminalia spp. are characterised by their high levels of antioxidant phytochemicals and several species have anticancer activity. This study examines the anti-proliferative activity of
The Antiproliferative Properties of Uncaria tomentosa Willd. DC. extracts against Caco2 and HeLa Cancer Cell Lines
The antiproliferative activity of the U. tomentosa inner bark extracts against HeLa and Caco2 cancer cell lines indicates their potential in the treatment and prevention of some cancers.
Extracts Inhibit CaCo 2 and HeLa Human Carcinoma Cell Growth : GC-MS Analysis of an AntiProliferative Extract
Introduction: Exposure to high levels of antioxidants has been linked to the treatment and prevention of some cancers. Although Cakile maritima has a high antioxidant capacity, it is yet to be tested
Kino Extracts have Anti-Giardial Activity and Inhibit Caco 2 and HeLa Cancer Cell Proliferation
Introduction: Terminalia ferdinandiana Exell. is an endemic Australian plant which is known for its exceptionally high antioxidant content. The fruit is a nutritional food and the leaves and kinos