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Wound-healing potential of grandiflorenic acid isolated from Wedelia trilobata ( L . ) leaves

@inproceedings{Balekar2013WoundhealingPO,
  title={Wound-healing potential of grandiflorenic acid isolated from Wedelia trilobata ( L . ) leaves},
  author={N. Balekar and T. Nakpheng and T. Srichana},
  year={2013}
}
The ethyl acetate fraction from ethanolic extract of Wedelia trilobata (L.) leaves displayed wound healing properties. The ethyl acetate fraction was further subjected to bioassay-guided fractionation which afforded isolation of grandiflorenic acid which requires further investigation to prove its wound healing potential. The grandiflorenic acid from leaves of Wedelia trilobata was assessed for its possible activity on BJ human fibroblast and HaCaT keratinocytes proliferation, and effect on in… Expand

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