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Assessment of Antiviral Activity for Lamiaceae Family Members Against Rna and Dna Virus Models Using Cell -Culture: in Vitro Study

@inproceedings{Elawady2014AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of Antiviral Activity for Lamiaceae Family Members Against Rna and Dna Virus Models Using Cell -Culture: in Vitro Study},
  author={Sara Elawady and T. Essam and A. Hashem and A. Mohmmed},
  year={2014}
}
Plants belonging to family Lamiaceae are traditionally used in many aspects in the Middle East and worldwide which gave them a great value for studying its usage during management of infectious diseases. Aqueous extracts of dried leaves from well known species of family Lamiaceae were examined for their inhibitory potential against RNA virus models namely Measles, Mumps, Vesicular Stomatitis Virus (VSV) and DNA model; Herpes simplex type 2.Data recorded revealed that sage (Salvia Officinalis… Expand
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