Investigation Into In-Vitro Radical Scavenging And In-Vivo Anti-Inflammatory Potential Of Tridax procumbens

@inproceedings{Nia2005InvestigationII,
  title={Investigation Into In-Vitro Radical Scavenging And In-Vivo Anti-Inflammatory Potential Of Tridax procumbens},
  author={R. Nia and D. Paper and E. Essien and O. Oladimeji and K. Iyadi and G. Franz},
  year={2005}
}
Tridax procumbens , is a common annual weed in the West African sub-region and other tropical zones of the world and is known as “coat buttons”. Traditional medical practitioners (TMPs) and the native peoples of these areas use the leaves of the plant as a remedy against several ailments ranging from conjunctivitis, diarrhoea, and dysentery to wound healing and related inflammatory conditions. Preliminary radical scavenging screenings proved positive and prompted further investigations into its… Expand
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