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Bicarbonate In-Vitro Effect on Beta-Hematin Inhibition by Artemisia sieberi Aqueous Infusion
(David Publishing, 2015-02-20)
Malaria is still considered the most threatening disease in Africa. Plasmodium; the malaria parasite, forms during its intra-erythrocytic stage a pigment called hemozoin, which acts as a protection shield against oxygen ...
Morin, quercetin, catechin and quercitrin as novel natural antimalarial candidates
Background: The discovery of efficient antimalarial candidates from natural sources has become more urgent as a result of drug resistance emergence. Therefore, discovering effective substitutes to treat malaria remains a ...
Curcumin, a natural isolate from Curcuma longa (turmeric) with high β-hematin inhibitory potential
Natural curcuminod isolates from turmeric Curcuma longa that belongs to ginger family Zingiberaceae were collected using reversed phase preparative HPLC coupled to photodiode array detector and their in-vitro effect on ...
HPLC separation of phenolic phytochemicals from grape peels and seeds water extracts and their in-vitro antimalarial activities
Water extracts of three grape types (black, shami and white) were separated using reversed phase HPLC-PDA and their in-vitro effect on β-hematin inhibition were investigated. The grape crude water extracts of peels and ...