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- Nguyen, Thi Minh Nguyet, et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of ethnopharmacology 2018 v.211 pp. 171-179
- Syzygium; T-lymphocytes; Vietnamese people; alum; anaphylaxis; animal models; anti-allergic agents; body temperature; body weight; chickens; cytokines; dermatitis; diarrhea; dose response; eosinophils; ethanol; food allergies; immune response; immunization; leaf extracts; leaves; lymph nodes; mast cells; mice; ovalbumin; small intestine; traditional medicine; Vietnam
- ... As documented in a Vietnamese traditional medical encyclopedia, Syzygium formosum (Wall.) Masam leaves have been routinely used among indigenous Vietnamese people for treatment of various allergy-like symptoms including dermatitis and rhinitis.Anti-allergic activity of S. formosum leaves was examined with a mouse model of chicken ovalbumin (cOVA)-induced food allergy, and mechanisms underlying the ...
- Nguyen, Thi Minh Nguyet, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Han'guk Ŭngyong Saengmyŏng Hwahakhoe chi = 2017 v.60 no.4 pp. 391-402
- Oriental traditional medicine; T-lymphocytes; anaphylaxis; animal models; anti-allergic agents; body temperature; cell proliferation; chemistry; chickens; cytokines; diarrhea; eosinophils; food allergies; genetically modified organisms; granules; histology; immune response; immunomodulation; mast cells; mice; ovalbumin; small intestine
- ... Anti-allergic effects of the hot water extract of Rosae multiflorae fructus (Rosae extract), which has long been used in oriental medicine for treatment of various diseases, were explored with a chicken ovalbumin (cOVA)-induced mouse model of food allergy. Compared to the sham mice to show severe allergic symptoms (i.e., anaphylaxis, diarrhea and decrease in the body temperature) following oral cO ...
- Nguyen, Thi Minh Nguyet, et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Molecular breeding 2011 v.27 no.3 pp. 357-373
- avirulent strains; backcrossing; chromosomes; genes; genetic background; genetic markers; introgression; rice; surveys; Philippines
- ... Twenty-seven near-isogenic lines (NILs) with the genetic background of a blast-susceptible variety, CO 39, were developed by repeated backcrossing as a first set of a large number of differential varieties (DVs) with Indica-type genetic background. The NILs included 14 resistance genes--Pish, Pib, Piz-5, Piz-t, Pi5(t), Pik-s, Pik, Pik-h, Pik-m, Pik-p, Pi1, Pi7(t), Pita, and Pita-2--derived from 26 ...