Chemical profiling and biological activity of Peperomia blanda (Jacq.) Kunth

@article{AlMadhagi2018ChemicalPA,
  title={Chemical profiling and biological activity of Peperomia blanda (Jacq.) Kunth},
  author={Wafa Al-Madhagi and Najihah Mohd Hashim and Nasser A. Awad Ali and A. Alhadi and S. N. Abdul Halim and R. Othman},
  journal={PeerJ},
  year={2018},
  volume={6}
}
Background Peperomia belongs to the family of Piperaceae. It has different uses in folk medicine and contains rare compounds that have led to increased interest in this genus. Peperomia blanda (Jacq.) Kunth is used as an injury disinfectant by Yemeni people. In addition, the majority of Yemen’s population still depend on the traditional remedy for serious diseases such as cancer, inflammation and infection. Currently, there is a deficiency of scientific evidence with regards to the medicinal… Expand
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