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Keetia leucantha is a West African tree used in traditional medicine to treat several diseases among which parasitic infections. The dichloromethane extract of leaves was previously shown to possess growth-inhibitory activities on Plasmodium falciparum, Trypanosoma brucei brucei and Leishmania mexicana mexicana with low or no cytotoxicity (>100 μg/ml on(More)
Thirty-two green- and/or nutty-smelling compounds, most of them pyrazine and thiazole derivatives, were tested in ligand binding assays with purified 19 kDa bovine and 22 kDa porcine olfactive binding proteins (OBPs). Unlike the nutty ones, all the green odorants were found to be good ligands for both proteins. Lipophilicity appears as an interesting(More)
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