Molecular Signaling Pathways Behind the Biological Effects of Salvia Species Diterpenes in Neuropharmacology and Cardiology

@article{Akaberi2016MolecularSP,
  title={Molecular Signaling Pathways Behind the Biological Effects of Salvia Species Diterpenes in Neuropharmacology and Cardiology},
  author={Maryam Akaberi and Mehrdad Iranshahi and Soghra Mehri},
  journal={Phytotherapy Research},
  year={2016},
  volume={30},
  pages={878 - 893}
}
The genus Salvia, from the Lamiaceae family, has diverse biological properties that are primarily attributable to their diterpene contents. There is no comprehensive review on the molecular signaling pathways of these active components. In this review, we investigated the molecular targets of bioactive Salvia diterpenes responsible for the treatment of nervous and cardiovascular diseases. The effects on different pathways, including apoptosis signaling, oxidative stress phenomena, the… Expand
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