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Antinociceptive Effect of Two Flavonoids from Aloysia Triphylla L.

@inproceedings{Qnais2009AntinociceptiveEO,
  title={Antinociceptive Effect of Two Flavonoids from Aloysia Triphylla L.},
  author={Esam Qnais and Kayed A. Abu-Safieh and Mohammad H. Abu-Dieyeh and Fuad A. Abdulla},
  year={2009}
}
Aloysia triphylla, known in Jordan as Mellisa, is a plant that belongs to the Verbenaceae. This plant has been used in herbal medicine as sedative agent and helps to counter depression. Phytochemical analysis of the ground aerial parts of Aloysia triphylla resulted in the isolation of two known compounds: artemitin and hesperidin. The two compounds were assessed for antinociceptive activities in mice, using the classical in vivo model of pain, the hot plate test. Artemitin and hesperidin (given… 

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