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In vitro inhibition of Plasmodium falciparum by substances isolated from Amazonian antimalarial plants.
In the present study, a quassinoid, neosergeolide, isolated from the roots and stems of Picrolemma sprucei (Simaroubaceae), the indole alkaloids ellipticine and aspidocarpine, isolated from the barkExpand
New antimalarial and cytotoxic 4-nerolidylcatechol derivatives.
4-Nerolidylcatechol (1) was isolated from cultivated Pothomorphe peltata root on a multigram scale using straight-forward solvent extraction-column chromatography. New semi-synthetic derivatives of 1Expand
Antimalarial Activities of Seaweeds Spatoglossum schroederi, Gracilaria birdiae and Udotea flabellum from Rio Grande do Norte Coast, Brazil
Data showed that the present bioactive components in these algae can be promising for the development of new antimalarial drugs; attempt to purify these compounds are in progress for furtherbiological assays. Expand