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- Lee, Se-Jung; Cho, Young-Hwa; Park, Keerang; Kim, Eun-Jung; Kang, Bong-Su; Jung, Kyung-Hwan; Kim, Cheorl-Ho; Kim, Wun-Jae; Moon, Sung-Kwon
- Phytotherapy research 2009 v.23 no.1 pp. 20-27
- Magnolia, etc ; DNA; anticarcinogenic activity; bladder; carcinoma; caspases; cell viability; chemoprevention; cytochrome c; gelatinase A; humans; mice; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... This study investigated the anticancer activity of Magnolia officinalis on urinary bladder cancer in vitro and in vivo, and elucidated the mechanism of its activity. An aqueous extract of M. officinalis inhibited cell viability and DNA synthesis in cultured human urinary bladder cancer 5637 cells. Inhibition of proliferation was the result of apoptotic induction, because FACS analyses of 5637 cell ...
- Kassuya, Cândida Aparecida Leite; Cremoneze, Aline; Barros, Letícia Ferrari Lemos; Simas, Alex Sandro; da Rocha Lapa, Fernanda; Mello-Silva, Renato; Stefanello, Maria Élida Alves; Zampronio, Aleksander Roberto
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2009 v.124 no.3 pp. 369-376
- Magnolia, etc ; medicinal plants; medicinal properties; anti-inflammatory activity; antipyretics; plant extracts; fractionation; bark; phytochemicals; oral administration; mice; animal models; dosage; inhibitory concentration 50; lipopolysaccharides; fever; Brazil; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Aim of the study: Magnolia ovata (A.St.-Hil.) Spreng (formerly Talauma ovata), known as “pinha-do-brejo” or “baguaçu”, is a large tree widely distributed in Brazil. Its trunk bark has been used in folk medicine against fever. However, no data have been published to support the antipyretic ethnopharmacological use. This study investigated the antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effects of the ethano ...
- Shen, Chien-Chang; Ni, Ching-Li; Shen, Yuh-Chiang; Huang, Yu-Ling; Kuo, Ching-Hsia; Wu, Tian-Shung; Chen, Chien-Chih
- Journal of natural products 2009 v.72 no.1 pp. 168-171
- Magnolia, etc ; medicinal plants; phenolic compounds; chemical structure; spectral analysis; medicinal properties; anti-inflammatory activity; antioxidant activity; neuroglia; cultured cells; mice; reactive oxygen species; human health; Taiwan; Show all 14 Subjects