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  Jan-Mar 2021 | Vol 17 | Issue  73
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Original Article
Physalis peruviana juice and seeds methanolic extracts; gas chromatography mass spectrometry; antioxidant and anticancer against human A549, HepG2
Ahmed Gomaa Darwish, Emad Sabry Shaker
Objectives: Physalis peruviana L. is a medicinal herb and its consumption increases annually in The Middle East, also the scientific research on it increases due to its valuable nutrient
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Biological and chemical evaluation of some African plants belonging to Kalanchoe species: Antitrypanosomal, cytotoxic, antitopoisomerase I activities and chemical profiling using ultra-performance liquid chromatography/quadrupole-time-of-flight mass spectrometer
Mostafa M Hegazy, Ahmed M Metwaly, Ahmad E Mostafa, Mohamed M Radwan, Ahmed B M. Mehany, Eman Ahmed, Shymaa Enany, Sameh Magdeldin, Wael Mohamedy Afifi, Mahmoud A ElSohly
Background: Human African trypanosomiasis is one of the most serious neglected tropical diseases causing fatal symptoms and death. Natural products are a main source for anti-infective metabo...
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Spectrum–effect relationships between fingerprints of radix Polygoni multiflori-Achyranthes bidentate and antiosteoporosis effect based on different extraction solvents
Sun Yan-Tao, Wang Bing, Kang Ting-Guo
Background: Polygonum multiflorum and Achyranthes bidentate are traditional Chinese herbs, which show significant antiosteoporosis (OP) effect. These two herbs are commonly used...
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