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Abstract Gleditsia species were widely used traditionally for the treatment of GIT problems and skin diseases, especially in Chinese traditional medicine. Gleditsia species isolated compounds and biological activities were summarized in a previous review published in 2015. This work aims to...
Abstract There is an urgent need for novel drug leads, especially for microbial infections due to continuing emergence of drug resistance. Natural products are the backbone of modern medicine and the lichens have an important role to play in the discovery of novel drugs. Indonesia is gifted with...
Abstract The present study introduces an effective and rapid method for isolation of antifungal compound ricinine from Ricinus communis (L.). In this respect, the tender leaves of R. communis were extracted using methanol and tested for antifungal activity against a panel of dermatophytes and...
Abstract Centipeda minima (C. minima), is a medicinally important herb commonly called “Sneeze Weed” and widely distributed in humid areas. In China, Malaysia, and Nepal, it is used in folk medicines for the treatment of rhinitis, nasopharyngeal carcinoma, and respiratory disorders, it also...
Abstract: Natural trypsin inhibitors are increasingly recognised as putative anticancer or antimicrobial therapeutics. In the present study, we isolated a proteinaceous trypsin inhibitor from the seeds of Artocarpus hirsutus to assess its anticancer, antioxidant and microbicidal effects. A...
Abstract Using bioactivity-guided isolation of bioactive compounds; deacetylviguiestenin, 4-O-caffeoyl-2-methyloxirane-2-carboxylic acid and sandaracopimaradiene-1α,9α-diol were obtained from Tithonia diversifolia (Hemsl.) A. Gray leaves and identified using spectroscopic methods. Their feeding...
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