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  Jul-Sep 2022 | Vol 18 | Issue  79
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Original Article
Exploring the topical gel of Thespesia populnea leaf extract for in vivo wound healing efficacy
Afzal H Asif, Salim M Mulla, Arshia Shariff, Nagaraja Sreeharsha, Girish Meravanige, Predeepkumar N Shiroorkar, Syed Mohammed Basheeruddin Asdaq, Md Khalid Anwer, Teeka S Roopashree, Ranjith K Karnati
Background/Aim: Thespesia populnea is a plant known for its polyphenol and flavonoid content, which plays a crucial role in wound healing activity. Traditionally, extracts of various p...
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Original Article
Escin attenuates inflammation and oxidative stress and preserves renal function in hyperoxaluric rats
Qingfei Yu, Peng Qu, Vidya Devanathadesikan Seshadri, Xiaogang Wang
Background and Objectives: Oxalate is a toxic metabolite, which is predominantly excreted through the kidneys. Hyperoxaluria is a clinical condition characterized by the occurrence of excessi...
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Anticancer potential of Piper retrofractum on breast cancer MCF-7 cells via induction of cell death and reduction of cell migration
Benjaporn Buranrat
Background: Piper retrofractum (PR) is traditional medicine in the South-East country. Objectives: This study examined the PR effects on anticancer and anti-migratory activity i...
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