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April-June 2021 | Vol 13 | Issue  2
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Original Article
The role of Physalis angulata as potential anti-type 2 diabetic agent
Thanh Sang Vo, Phuong Uyen Le, Dai Hung Ngo
Background: Medicinal plants play important roles in the management of several diseases including diabetes. Objective: The aim of this study is to investigate the mechanism of action o...
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Original Article
Foliar epidermal study on selected medicinal plants used in homeopathy
Shilpi Singh, Digvijay Verma
Background: Homeopathy is a complementary alternative medicine system which was introduced by Samuel Hahnemann in Europe in the last part of the eighteenth century. In homeopathy, drugs are o...
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Original Article
Leaf extracts of Glyphaea brevis attenuate high blood glucose and lipids in diabetic rats induced with streptozotocin
William Dakam, Christine Fernande Nyangono Biyegue, Simone Véronique Fannang, Julius Enyong Oben
Background: Diabetes is a non-communicable disease causing impairment of carbohydrate and lipid metabolisms. Previous ethnobotanical surveys showed that leaves of Glyphaea brevis (G...
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