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Gastroprotection of Calein D against Ethanol-Induced Gastric Lesions in Mice: Role of Prostaglandins, Nitric Oxide and Sulfhydryls
The mechanism of action of calein D does not involve NO, prostaglandins or sulfhydryl compounds, and was more potent than carbenoxolone, the reference drug. Expand
Gastroprotective Effect of Juanislamin on Ethanol-Induced Gastric Lesions in Rats: Role of Prostaglandins, Nitric Oxide and Sulfhydryl Groups in the Mechanism of Action
Juanislamin protected the gastric mucosa from ethanol-induced damage, and its mechanism of action apparently does not involve prostaglandins, nitric oxide and/or sulfhydryl groups. Expand
Evaluation of the Antinociceptive, Antiallodynic, Antihyperalgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Effect of Polyalthic Acid
An isobolographic analysis suggests synergism between polyalthic acid and naproxen in the combined treatment of hyperalgesia, and this study aimed to evaluate the antinociceptive, antiallodynic, antihyperalgesic and anti-inflammatory effect of polyALTHic acid on rats. Expand
Relaxant effects of Peperomia hispidula (Sw.) A. dietr. on isolated rat tracheal rings
Evaluating the relaxant activity of P. hispidula on isolated rat tracheal rings contracted with carbachol found that the effect of methyleugenol, was probably not related to the activation of β2-adrenoceptors, prostaglandins, KATP channels or nitric oxide. Expand