In vivo hypotensive effect and in vitro inhibitory activity of some Cyperaceae species

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In 1820, French naturalist August Saint Hillaire, during a visit in Espírito Santo (ES), a state in southeastern Brazil, reported a popular use of Cyperaceae species as antidote to snake bites. The plant may even have a hypotensive effect, though it was never properly researched. The in vitro inhibitory of the angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) activity of… (More)

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@inproceedings{Dantas2014InVH, title={In vivo hypotensive effect and in vitro inhibitory activity of some Cyperaceae species}, author={Jos{\'e} Hugo Andrade Santos Dantas and Monica Lacerda Lopes Martins and Henrique Poltronieri Pacheco and Iara Giuberti Perini and Dominik Lenz and Tadeu Uggere de Andrade and Denise Coutinho Endringer}, year={2014} }