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- Hiruma-Lima, Clélia Akiko, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Food chemistry 2015 v.186 pp. 160-167
- Solanum paniculatum; aerial parts; anti-ulcer activity; branches; caffeic acid; diosgenin; ethanol; fractionation; gastric mucosa; leaf extracts; leaves; liver; myeloperoxidase; nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy; quercetin; rats; rutin; savannas; stomach ulcers; traditional medicine; Brazil
- ... Solanum paniculatum L. (Solanaceae) is a plant species widespread throughout tropical America, especially in the Brazilian Savanna region. It is used in Brazil for culinary purposes and in folk medicine to treat liver and gastric dysfunctions, as well as hangovers. Fractionation of the ethanolic extracts (70%) from aerial parts (leaves and twigs) of S. paniculatum led to the isolation of the two n ...
- Hiruma-Lima, Clélia Akiko, et al. Show all 14 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2015 v.172 pp. 312-324
- Helicobacter pylori; Sapindaceae; acidity; acute toxicity; antibacterial properties; antimutagenic activity; cerrado; cysteamine; ethanol; flavonoids; gastric juice; gastric mucosa; gastrointestinal motility; glutathione; hemodynamics; leaves; malondialdehyde; medicinal plants; models; mucus; mutagens; myeloperoxidase; nitric oxide; oral administration; pH; pain; protective effect; rats; saponins; tannins; traditional medicine; Argentina; Bolivia; Paraguay
- ... Serjania marginata (Sapindaceae), a medicinal plant commonly found in the Brazilian Cerrado, Paraguay, Bolivia and Argentina, is also known as “cipó-uva” or “cipó-timbó”. Ethnopharmacological studies indicate that the leaves from this medicinal plant are used in folk medicine to treat gastric pain. The overall objective of this study was to evaluate the gastroprotective and healing effect of the h ...