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The Combination of Naproxen and Citral Reduces Nociception and Gastric Damage in Rats
It has been shown that the association of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs with plantextracts can increase their antinociceptive activity, allowing the use of lower doses and, thus,limiting side effects. Therefore, ...
Spasmolytic and anti-inflammatory effects of Aloysia triphylla and citral, in vitro and in vivo studies
Aloysia triphylla is traditionally utilized for the treatment of menstrual colic (primary dysmenorrhea) in Mexico. Citral is the main chemical component found in Aloysia triphylla leaves extract. Primary dysmenorrhea is a ...
Antinociceptive, genotoxic and histopathological study of Heliopsis longipes S.F. Blake in mice
Ethnopharmacological relevance: H. longipes S.F. Blake (Asteraceae) is a Mexican plant, whose roots aretraditionally used as a condiment, as a mouth anesthetic, and as an antiparasitic. Affinin is the alkamidepresent in ...
Effect of Naringin on the DNA Damage Induced by Daunorubicin in Mouse Hepatocytes and Cardiocytes
Naringin (Nar) is a flavonoid that has shown antigenotoxic effect against the chromosome damage inducedby various compounds. The aims of the present investigation on Nar were threefold: a) to determine its DNAbreaking ...