Anti-nociceptive properties in rodents and the possibility of using polyphenol-rich fractions from sida urens L. (Malvaceae) against of dental caries bacteria

@article{Konat2013AntinociceptivePI,
  title={Anti-nociceptive properties in rodents and the possibility of using polyphenol-rich fractions from sida urens L. (Malvaceae) against of dental caries bacteria},
  author={Kiessoun Konat{\'e} and Patrice Zerbo and Maurice Ou{\'e}draogo and Cr{\'e}pin I. Dibala and Hilou Adama and Oksana Sytar and Mari{\'a}n Bresti{\vc} and Nicolas Barro},
  journal={Annals of Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobials},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={14 - 14}
}
BackgroundSida urens L. (Malvaceae) is in flora of Asian medicinal herbs and used traditionally in West of Burkina Faso for the treatment of infectious diseases and particularly used against, dental caries bacteria, fever, pain and possesses analgesic properties. This study was conducted to reveal the antibacterial effect against dental caries bacteria on the one hand, and evaluate their analgesic capacity in experimental model with Swiss mice and on the other hand, with an aim to provide a… Expand
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