Corpus ID: 21760962

The phytochemical content and antimicrobial activities of Malaysian Calophyllum canum (stem bark).

  title={The phytochemical content and antimicrobial activities of Malaysian Calophyllum canum (stem bark).},
  author={Suhaib Ibrahim Alkhamaiseh and Muhammad Taher and Farediah Ahmad and Haitham N. Qaralleh and Osama Y Althunibat and Deny Susanti and Solachuddin Jauhari Arief Ichwan},
  journal={Pakistan journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  volume={25 3},
Recently there was huge increase in using of 'herbal products'. These can be defined as plants, parts of plants or extracts from plants that are used for curing disease. However, Calophyllum species is a tropical plant and it has been used in traditional medicine, the limitation in safety and effectiveness information could lead to serious health problems. Providing information for communities by evaluating the phytochemical contents, antioxidant, antimicrobial and cytotoxic activities will… Expand
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