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Immunomodulating and antiviral activities of Uncaria tomentosa on human monocytes infected with Dengue Virus-2.
Uncaria tomentosa (Willd.) DC., a large woody vine native to the Amazon and Central American rainforests has been used medicinally by indigenous peoples since ancient times and has scientificallyExpand
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Anti-inflammatory effects of methyl ursolate obtained from a chemically derived crude extract of apple peels: potential use in rheumatoid arthritis
Ursolic acid (UA), a pentacyclic triterpene acid found in apple peels (Malus domestica, Borkh, Rosaceae), has a large spectrum of pharmacological effects. However, the vegetal matrix usually producesExpand
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Antiradical activity, nutritional potential and flavonoids of the cladodes of Opuntia monacantha (Cactaceae)
This work reports the nutritional potential and the antiradical activity of the cladodes of the Brazilian Opuntia monacantha Haw. (Cactaceae), as well the isolation of kaempferol and isorhamnetinExpand
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Waste biomass to liquids: Low temperature conversion of sugarcane bagasse to bio-oil. The effect of combined hydrolysis treatments
Abstract This article describes the influence of different sugarcane bagasse hydrolysis pretreatments on modifications to biomass feedstock and the characteristics of the resultant pyrolysisExpand
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In vitro cultivated Uncaria tomentosa and Uncaria guianensis with determination of the pentacyclic oxindole alkaloid contents and profiles
Uncaria tomentosa (Willd.) DC. and Uncaria guianensis (Aubl.) Gmel., commercially known as cat's claw, are large woody vines native of the Amazon and Central America rainforests. These RubiaceaeExpand
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Desenvolvimento e aplicação de metodologia por cromatografia em camada delgada para determinação do perfil de alcalóides oxindólicos pentacíclicos nas espécies sul-americanas do gênero Uncaria
The species Uncaria tomentosa (Willd.) DC. and U. guianensis Gmel. (Rubiaceae), known as cat's claw, are large woody vines occurring in the Amazon rain forest and other tropical areas of South andExpand
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Kaempferitrin from Uncaria guianensis (Rubiaceae) and its potential as a chemical marker for the species
Uncaria tomentosa (Willd.) DC. and U. guianensis (Aubl.) Gmel., known as cat's claw, are large woody vines native to the Amazonian and Central American rainforests. The species contain, in differentExpand
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Antiviral activity of Faramea bahiensis leaves on dengue virus type-2 and characterization of a new antiviral flavanone glycoside
Abstract Dengue virus infection is a neglected disease prevalent in most tropical and subtropical areas. Currently there is no any antiviral drug indicated for the routine treatment of dengueExpand
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