Anti-inflammatory activities of the hydroalcoholic extracts from Erythrina velutina and E . mulungu in mice

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  title={Anti-inflammatory activities of the hydroalcoholic extracts from Erythrina velutina and E . mulungu in mice},
  author={Silv{\^a}nia M M Vasconcelos and G. T. Sales and Nat{\'a}lia and Lima and Rodrigo de Freitas Guimar{\~a}es Lobato and Dani{\'e}lle Bernardi Silveira and Mac{\^e}do and Jos{\'e} Barbosa-Filho and M. LuziaKalyneA. and Leal and Marta Maria de França Fonteles and Francisca Cl{\'e}a Florenço de Sousa and J L Oliveira and Glauce Socorro de Barros Viana},
  year={2011}
}
This work studied the anti-inflammatory activities of the hydroalcoholic extracts (HAEs) from Erythrina velutina Willd. (Ev) and E. mulungu Mart. ex Benth. (Em) in the carrageenanand dextran-induced mice hind paw edema models. These medicinal plants belonging to the Fabaceae family are used in some Brazilian communities to treat pain, inflammation, insomnia and disorders of the central nervous system. In the present work, the extracts were administered orally in male mice at the doses of 200 or… CONTINUE READING

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