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Oleocanthal inhibits proliferation and MIP-1α expression in human multiple myeloma cells.
Multiple myeloma (MM) is a plasma cell malignancy that causes devastating bone destruction by activating osteoclasts in the bone marrow milieu. MM is the second of all hematological malignancies.… Expand
Natural Molecules for Healthy Lifestyles: Oleocanthal from Extra Virgin Olive Oil.
- Vera Francisco, Clara Ruiz-Fernández, +8 authors O. Gualillo
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 15 March 2019
Extra virgin olive oil (EVOO) is the main source of fat in the Mediterranean diet. Phenolic compounds of EVOO, in particular, secoiridoids, are minor components that have generated special interest… Expand
Risk of extinction and patterns of diversity loss in mexican orchids
La norma oficial mexicana (NOM-059-ECOL-2001) lista cerca de 200 especies de orquideas en alguna categoria de riesgo (Extintas, En Peligro de Extincion, Amenazadas y Sujetas a Proteccion Especial).… Expand
Water Soluble Fractions of Caraway (Carum carvi L.) Essential Oil
Resumen en: Natural essential oils are used extensively in fragrances, flavorants, and in the food and pharmaceutical industries. During hydrodistillation, a part of...
A new species of Stelis (Orchidaceae, Pleurothallidinae) from Guerrero, Mexico
A NEW SPECIES OF STELIS FROM THE CLOUD FOREST OF GUERRERO, MEXICO, IS DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED AS S. DESANTIAGOI. THIS SPECIES IS SIMILAR TO S. RUBENS, BUT IS DISTINGUISHED BY ITS LARGER PLANTS, THE… Expand
Dos especies nuevas de Pleurothallidinae (Orchidaceae) de México
- R. Gómez
- 11 October 2013
Two new species of subtribe Pleurothallidinae are described and illustrated as Acianthera sotoana , from Oaxaca and Veracruz, and Stelis sotoarenasii, from Oaxaca. These orchids have been previously… Expand
Three new species of Stelis (Orchidaceae) from Mexico
- R. Gómez
- 24 September 2011
Three new species of the genus Stelis from Mexico are described and illustrated; they were recently collected in the Tacana volcano region of Chiapas, and are named as S. annedamoniae, S. hagsateri,… Expand
Visfatin: a new player in rheumatic diseases
During the last 50 years the number of overweight and obese people in developed countries has increased dramatically. The consequences of this excessive fat accumulation have been associated with a… Expand