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July-September 2020 | Vol 12 | Issue  3
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Original Article
Toxicological study of the effect in vivo and in vitro of Artemisia herba-alba aqueous extract in rats
Ali Lahna, Naima Benjelloun, Nadia Seddik, Mernissi Farida, Abdallah Naya, Mounia Oudghiri
Background: Artemisia herba-alba (AHA) is largely used in folk medicine in different countries. However, rare studies provided toxicological evaluation regarding their safety on human ...
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Liquid chromatography high-resolution mass spectrometry analysis, phytochemical and biological study of two aizoaceae plants: A new kaempferol derivative from Trianthema portulacastrum L.
Hala Abuzaid, Elham Amin, Abeer Moawad, Usama Ramadan Abdelmohsen, Mona Hetta, Rabab Mohammed
Background: Natural remedies used for the treatment of liver diseases have a major concernworldwide. Objectives: Evaluation of the cytotoxic potential of successive fractions of two Ai...
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Terminalia chebula retz: A prospective agent in reducing the doxorubicin-mediated cardiotoxicity
M Aamina, Ahmad Alhowail, Maha Aldubayan, Syed Imam Rabbani
Objectives: The present study evaluated the role of Terminalia chebula Retz. extract against doxorubicin (DXR)-mediated cardiac damages in male and female rats. Materials and Method...
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