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Cardioprotective activity of silymarin in ischemia-reperfusion-induced myocardial infarction in albino rats.
BACKGROUND There is comprehensive experimental and clinical evidence that either exogenous supplementation of natural antioxidants or augmentation of endogenous antioxidants attenuates myocardialExpand
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Wound healing effects of Heliotropium indicum, Plumbago zeylanicum and Acalypha indica in rats.
The ethanolic extracts of Heliotropium indicum, Plumbago zeylanicum and Acalypha indica were evaluated for their wound healing activity in rats. Wound healing activity was studied using excision andExpand
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Red cell membrane alterations in human chronic fluoride toxicity.
Red cells from humans exposed chronically to toxic levels of fluoride through drinking water showed significant increase in lipid peroxidation and membranous cholesterol and phospholipids.Expand
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Anti-inflammatory activity of a new sphingosine derivative and cembrenoid diterpene (lobohedleolide) isolated from marine soft corals of Sinularia crassa TIXIER-DURIVAULT and Lobophytum species of
The aim of this study is to determine the anti-inflammatory activity of a new sphingosine derivative (1) and cembrenoid diterpene (lobohedleolide) (2) isolated from the soft corals of SinulariaExpand
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Cardioprotective activity of alcoholic extract of Tinospora cordifolia in ischemia-reperfusion induced myocardial infarction in rats.
It has been suggested that the beneficial effects of reperfusing the myocardium might be in part reversed by the occurrence of reperfusion injury. Oxidative stress was suggested to be implicating inExpand
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Pharmacological screening of Indian medicinal plants.
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Erythrocyte glutathione metabolism in human chronic fluoride toxicity.
Chronic exposure of humans to toxic levels of fluoride in drinking water resulted in significant increase in blood GSH content with significant increase in the activities of erythrocyte glutathioneExpand
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Hepatic glucose metabolism in tryptophan-induced fatty liver.
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Biochemical mechanism of induction of fatty liver by tryptophan.
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