Caffeoyl and coumaroyl derivatives from Acacia cochliacantha exhibit ovicidal activity against Haemonchus contortus.

@article{CastilloMitre2017CaffeoylAC,
  title={Caffeoyl and coumaroyl derivatives from Acacia cochliacantha exhibit ovicidal activity against Haemonchus contortus.},
  author={G F Castillo-Mitre and Agust{\'i}n Olmedo-Ju{\'a}rez and Rolando Rojo-Rubio and Man{\'a}ses Gonz{\'a}lez-Cortazar and Pedro Mendoza-de Gives and E E Hern{\'a}ndez-Beteta and David Emanuel Reyes-Guerrero and M E L{\'o}pez-Arellano and Jos{\'e} Fernando V{\'a}zquez-Armijo and Gabriel Ram{\'i}rez-Vargas and Alejandro Zamilpa},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2017},
  volume={204},
  pages={125-131}
}
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGY RELEVANCE Acacia cochliacantha is a small tree whose foliage is traditionally used in Mexico for treatment of kidney pain, gastrointestinal illnesses and to kill intestinal parasites. In recent decades, the study of vegetal extracts has offered other possible alternatives for the control of Haemonchus contortus. Considering that this nematode affects dramatically the health and productivity of small ruminants, the aim of this study was to identify the anthelmintic compounds… CONTINUE READING
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