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|Title:||Potential anti-inflammatory effects of Artemisia gorgonum on rat liver injury induced by CCl4|
Almeida, Ana Paula
Pinto, Diana C. G. A.
Seca, Ana M. L.
Pereira, M. Lourdes
|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press|
|Citation:||Rodrigues, N.; Almeida, A.; Silva, H.; D. Pinto, D. C. G. A.; Seca, A. M. L.; Pereira, M. L. (2016). Potential anti-inflammatory effects of Artemisia gorgonum on rat liver injury induced by CCl4. "Microscopy and Microanalysis", 22(Suppl. 4), pp 26-27. doi 10.1017/S1431927616000325|
|Abstract:||Artemisia gorgonum (Asteraceae) is a common traditional Cape Verde medicinal plant which has been used intensively to treat several inflammatory diseases. However, the most recent studies reported the anti-malaria activity , antiviral, anti-tumoral, anti-pyretic, anti-hemorrhagic, anti-coagulant, anti-fungal, anti-microbial, anti-oxidant, anti-malarial, anti-ulcerogenic and antispasmodic and hepatoprotective activities have been reported for the Artemisia genus [1–5]. Therefore, our aim is to investigate the protective effect of hydroethanolic extract of A. gorgonum (AEAG) against liver injury on rat model. […].|
|Description:||4th Joint Congress "Microscopy at the Frontiers of Science 2015". Porto, Portugal, 9th to 11th September 2015, FEUP.|
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