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  1. Senna alata (S. alata) has numerous pharmacological activities including anti-lipogenic effect in high-fat diet (HFD)-induced obese mice. The present study investigated the effect of S...

    Authors: Jarinyaporn Naowaboot and Pritsana Piyabhan

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:18

    Content type: Original contribution

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    The Erratum to this article has been published in Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:21

  2. A neurological disorder is becoming one of the major health problems worldwide. Synthetic drugs for neurological disorders often produce unwanted effects while traditional plant- derived drugs offer a unique s...

    Authors: Sakia Ferdousy, Md Atiar Rahman, Md Mamun Al-Amin, Jannatul Aklima and J. M. Kamirul Hasan Chowdhury

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:17

    Content type: Original contribution

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  3. Drugs are an important cause of liver injury. The use of natural remedies for the treatment of liver diseases has a long history and medicinal plants are still used all over the world for this purpose. For the...

    Authors: Maryam Moossavi, Reyhane Hoshyar, Mina Hemmati, Ali Farahi and Hossein Javdani

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:16

    Content type: Original contribution

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  4. We investigated effects of high doses of Jujube fruits and Saffron petals on biochemical and hematological biomarkers in rats. During 14 days treatment of herbs, mortality was not observed. No difference repor...

    Authors: Banafsheh Safizadeh, Reyhane Hoshyar, Mina Hemmati, Asghar Zarban and Roshanak Ebrahimi

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:15

    Content type: Short communication

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  5. The therapeutic potentials of the methanolic extract of pineapple peel against alcohol – induced lung injury in male albino rats was investigated. GC – MS was used in characterizing secondary metabolites of th...

    Authors: Ochuko L. Erukainure, John A. Ajiboye, Oluwatoyin Y. Okafor, Emeka E. Okoro, Godfrey Asieba, Bolanle B. Sarumi, Sunday O. Adenekan and Moses Z. Zaruwa

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:14

    Content type: Original contribution

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  6. Phytochemical screening, antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of hexane, ethylacetate and methanol crude extracts of Acalypha ciliata plant was studied in this work. This plant according to folk medicine has ...

    Authors: Oluwakayode Odeja, Christiana Ene Ogwuche, Elias Emeka Elemike and Grace Obi

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:12

    Content type: Original contribution

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  7. Oxidative stress (OS) has been linked to the pathology of a variety of chronic and degenerative diseases. Medicinal plants contain bioactive compounds which are capable of preventing and fighting these disease...

    Authors: Anthonet Ndidi Ezejiofor, Nnaemeka Arinze Udowelle and Orish Ebere Orisakwe

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:11

    Content type: Original contribution

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  8. Bioactive compounds in wild medicinal mushrooms are known to contain potent antimicrobial property. Hence, there is need to assess the antimicrobial properties of these wild mushrooms in order to adequately ut...

    Authors: Zeniyat Abubakar, Olusola Clement Ogidi and Victor Olusegun Oyetayo

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:8

    Content type: Original contribution

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  9. Phytochemical derived from plant consisting of phenols and flavonoids possess antioxidant properties, which are useful to scavenge reactive oxygen species (ROS). The aim of the work is to ascertain the level o...

    Authors: Md Solayman Hossain, M. Sohanur Rahman, A. H. M. Rahmatullah Imon, Sinthia Zaman, A. S. M. Badrul Alam Siddiky, Milon Mondal, Abeer Sarwar, Tamanna Binte Huq, Bikash Chandra Adhikary, Taslima Begum, Asma Tabassum, Sumaiya Alam and Mst Marium Begum

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:10

    Content type: Original contribution

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  10. Inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (AChE) and butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) related to Alzheimer’s disease as well as tyrosinase (TYR) relevant to Parkinson’s disease is an important approach to find novel drug...

    Authors: Ilkay Erdogan Orhan, Fatma Sezer Senol, Mehmet Zeki Haznedaroglu, Halil Koyu, Sinem Aslan Erdem, Gulderen Yılmaz, Mehmet Cicek, A. Emre Yaprak, Esin Ari, Nurgun Kucukboyaci and Gulnur Toker

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:9

    Content type: Original contribution

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  11. While the most common pharmacological treatments for autoimmune renal pathologies are well studied, herbal remedies are often overlooked. In this study, the effect of the herbal treatment Canephron® N (CAN) in...

    Authors: Konstantin V. Sivak, Elena E. Lesiovskaya, Kira I. Stosman and Tatyana N. Savateeva-Lubimova

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:5

    Content type: Original contribution

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  12. Acute upper respiratory tract infections (ARI) in children are quite common and often recurrent. Overuse of antibiotics must be avoided, and thus herbal remedies are a useful therapeutic option, as most ARIs c...

    Authors: Vera P. Vavilova, Dimitri Abramov-Sommariva, Hubert Steindl, Meinolf Wonnemann, Elena G. Ryzhova, Tatiana V. Rusova, Alexander A. Lebedenko and Ivan I. Kolchenko

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:6

    Content type: Original contribution

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  13. Silymarin has long been used as a hepatoprotective remedy. Chronic toxicity studies in rodents have confirmed that silymarin has a very low toxicity. These data support its history as a safe medication in hepa...

    Authors: Claus Hellerbrand, Jörn M. Schattenberg, Philipp Peterburs, Anja Lechner and Reto Brignoli

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:7

    Content type: Review

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  14. Viola odorata, widely distributed in Eastern and Western Himalaya region is extensively used in treatment of various respiratory ailment, calculous affections and nervous disorders. It...

    Authors: Shiv Shanker Gautam, Navneet Bithel, Sanjay Kumar, Deepak Painuly and Jashbir Singh

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:4

    Content type: Original contribution

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  15. Finding a treatment for diabetes that does not have side effects has remained elusive. Among natural agents, much attention has been focused on phenolic compounds. For both their medicinal and nutritional valu...

    Authors: Mina Hemmati, Elham Serki, Maryam Gholami and Reyhane Hoshyar

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:3

    Content type: Original contribution

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  16. Polygonum hydropiper L. is used by folk medicinal practitioners of Bangladesh. Juice of leaves is used in headache, pain, toothache, liver enlargement, gastric ulcer, dysentery, loss o...

    Authors: Arafat Rahman Oany, Al Ahad Siddikey, Mohammad Uzzal Hossain, Rafiad Islam and Abdullah-Al Emran

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:2

    Content type: Original contribution

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  17. Estrogens have neuroprotective properties. The aim of the study was to assess the impact of an isopropanolic extract of Cimicifuga racemosa (iCR), 17ß-estradiol (E2), testosterone (T) and Tibolone’s 3α-OH meta...

    Authors: Petra Stute, Gunnar Habermann, Ludwig Kiesel, Hans-Heinrich Henneicke-von Zepelin and Susana Garcia de Arriba

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:1

    Content type: Original contribution

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  18. Natural medicinal products have gained recognition worldwide in the treatment and control of diseases. One of the major concerns as they are used is the lack of adequate pharmacological and toxicological data ...

    Authors: Zelipha N. Kabubii, James Mbaria and Mbaabu Mathiu

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:9

    Content type: Original contribution

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  19. More than 90 % of uncomplicated upper respiratory tract infections are caused by viruses, with a risk of developing subsequent bacterial infections in some patients. The risk of development of microbial compli...

    Authors: Svitlana Yaremchuk, Dmytro Zabolotny, Іgor Vareniuk, Nikolay Makarchuk and Stanislav Veselsky

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:8

    Content type: Original contribution

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  20. Despite of increasing prevalence of bacterial resistance to antibiotics and possible adverse drug reactions (ADRs), uncomplicated lower urinary tract infections (uUTIs) are usually treated with antibiotics. Ca...

    Authors: Dmitry Ivanov, Dimitri Abramov-Sommariva, Kathrin Moritz, Herbert Eskötter, Tatyana Kostinenko, Liliya Martynyuk, Nikolay Kolesnik and Kurt G Naber

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:7

    Content type: Original Contribution

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  21. Phytochemical screening, antimicrobial and antioxidant activities of the hexane, ethylacetate and methanol crude extracts of Senna occidentalis (L.) leaves were studied in this work. The ...

    Authors: Oluwakayode Odeja, Grace Obi, Christiana Ene Ogwuche, Elias Emeka Elemike and Yemi Oderinlo

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:6

    Content type: Original contribution

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    The Retraction Note to this article has been published in Clinical Phytoscience 2016 2:13

  22. Silymarin derived from the milk thistle plant “Silybum marianum” is composed of four major flavonolignans. Clinical as well as experimental studies indicate hepatoprotective effects of silymarin. However, the ...

    Authors: Abdo Mahli, Andreas Koch, Barbara Czech, Philipp Peterburs, Anja Lechner, Jutta Haunschild, Martina Müller and Claus Hellerbrand

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:5

    Content type: Original contribution

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  23. Asthma and COPD are chronic inflammatory respiratory diseases affecting millions of people worldwide and increasing in prevalence. Current treatment options for both conditions aim to alleviate symptoms, impro...

    Authors: Rebecca Clarke, Fionnuala T Lundy and Lorcan McGarvey

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:4

    Content type: Review

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  24. Struvite also called as infection stones occur in the urinary system of humans particularly the women community. The present work was aimed to grow struvite crystals in-vitro using single diffusion gel growth ...

    Authors: B. Bindhu, A. S. Swetha and K. Veluraja

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:3

    Content type: Original contribution

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  25. Acute bronchitis, frequently emerging with the common cold is one of the most frequent causes of primary care consultations. It is a self-limiting disease which poses both high symptom burden to individuals an...

    Authors: Peter Kardos

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:2

    Content type: Original contribution

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  26. Cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) remain the leading cause of death globally. In addition to conventional medications, a plethora of herbal products continue to offer therapeutic alternatives to patients to assua...

    Authors: Shanoo Suroowan and Fawzi Mahomoodally

    Citation: Clinical Phytoscience 2015 1:1

    Content type: Review

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