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Identification of Phenolic Compounds from Hancornia speciosa (Apocynaceae) Leaves by UHPLC Orbitrap-HRMS
Apocynaceae is a botanical family distributed mainly in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. In Brazil, they comprise about 90 genera and 850 species, inhabiting various types ofExpand
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Zornioside, a dihydrochalcone C-glycoside, and other compounds from Zornia brasiliensis
Abstract The secondary metabolites of the aerial parts of Zornia brasiliensis Vogel, Fabaceae, and the biological activity of one of these secondary metabolites were characterized in this study. AExpand
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Synthesis, physicochemical characterization, antifungal activity and toxicological features of cerium oxide nanoparticles
Abstract Fungal infection is a public health problem. Antifungal agents resistance is often seen in common Candida albicans in the hospital environment. Nanoparticles have been reported in theExpand
Mucuna pruriens Administration Minimizes Neuroinflammation and Shows Anxiolytic, Antidepressant and Slimming Effects in Obese Rats
This study evaluated the effect of Mucuna pruriens (MP) administration on neuroinflammation and behavioral and murinometric parameters in obese rats. Proximate composition, oligosaccharide andExpand
Primer registro de Mandevilla dardanoi (Apocynaceae) para el estado de Paraíba, Brasil
Mandevilla dardanoi M. F. Sales, Kinoshita-Gouvea y A. Simoes (Apocynaceae), species previously known only from Pernambuco State, Brazil, is reported here for the first time for Paraiba State; inExpand
Dereplication-guided isolation of a new flavonoid triglycoside from Macroptilium martii and its cytotoxicity evaluation
Abstract The chemical investigation of Macroptilium martii (Fabaceae) has provided the identification of twelve compounds obtained by liquid chromatography coupled to mass spectrometry (LC–MS/MS),Expand
Identification of diterpenos flexibiliene from Stillingia loranthaceae , using LC-MS 2 and Molecular Networking
The genus Stillingia (Euphorbiaceae) is represented by 30 species distributed in the America and islands of the Pacific. In Brazil, seven species are distributed between Caatinga and Atlantic Forest,Expand
Euphorbiaceae is one of the largest families among angiosperms, being found in several distinct habitats and vegetation types, mainly in tropical and subtropical áreas of America and Africa. DespiteExpand