Anthocleista nobilis. Family Name: LOGANIACEAE. Local Name: Wudifokete/ Bontodee. Uses As Per Literature: A root decoction is commonly taken to treat. Request PDF on ResearchGate | Pharmacological Screening of Anthocleista nobilis Root Bark | Pharmacological activities of the root bark of A. nobilis were. Anthocleista nobilis, Loganiaceae, Root Bark, Secoiri doid, Anthocleistol. The root bark of Anthocleista nobilis is used in Nige ria against liver diseases, malaria .
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Curr Drug Targets Inflamm Allergy ;3: Travaux et Documents No Effect of ethyl acetate chromatographic fraction of Anthocleista nobilis on xylene-induced topical inflammation Click here to view. Anthocleista nobilis Anthocleista nobilis G. The root and stem bark extracts of the plant were investigated for antidiabetic activity in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. Br J Pharmacol ;5: Pharm Sci Res ;5: Analgesic, Anthocleista nobilisanti-inflammatory, Antioxidant, high-pressure liquid chromatography analysis.
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Eur J Med Plants ;8: Abundance of terpenoids, alkaloids, flavonoids and tannins were observed in both parts of the plant. The powdered stem bark was extracted with methanol and sequentially fractionated into n-hexane, ethyl acetate, and butanol fractions. Citation in scholarly articles. More research into the chemical composition and pharmacological activities of the compounds of Anthocleista nobilis seems warranted.
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The grain is straight or irregular, texture moderately coarse. Anthocleista comprises 14 species and occurs in tropical Africa, including Comoros and Madagascar.
The collected material is dried in the sun anthoocleista kept in wrappers, or is pounded and made into balls. Evaluation of wound healing action of Hoslundia opposite Vahl, Anthocleista nobils G. How to cite this URL: J Sci Technol ; It is used as a wash, bath or vapour bath to treat leprosy, venereal diseases, oedema and scrotal elephantiasis.
Chemotaxonomy and pharmacology of Gentianaceae. Int J Pharmacogn ; Effects of methanol extract and ethyl acetate fraction of Anthocleista nobilis on acetic acid-induced writhing reflex of on mice Click here to view. It is common in forest clearings, up to m altitude. Twig bark of Anthocleista nobilis and Zanthoxylum gilletii De Wild. Anthocleista nobilis Loganiaceae is used by Mbano people of Imo State, Nigeria, for the treatment of various ailments Objective: DNA damage in arsenitic-and cadmium-treated bovine aortic endothelial cells.
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Anthocleista nobilis tree habit. Citation in web searches.
Determination of polyphenols and free radicals scavenging activity of Tephrosia purpurea Linn. Anthocleista nobilis is widely used throughout its distribution area as a strong purgative and diuretic. Effect of ethyl acetate chromatographic fraction on acetic acid-induced writhing reflex Click here to view.
Ann Biol Res ;3: The wood is creamy or yellowish white, somewhat lustrous, light weight and soft but firm, easy to cut and finishing smoothly; it is not resistant to decay.
Inflorescence an erect terminal dichasial cyme 12—60 cm long, many-flowered; peduncle and branches creamy or green, thickened at the nodes. Int J Pharm ;2: High-pressure liquid chromatography chromatogram of methanol extract and ultraviolet chromatogram showing the presence of isovitexin fraction and ultraviolet chromatogram of triterpene acetate. Home Publications Conferences Register Contact. In vitro preliminary study of free radical scavenging activity of extract from Khaya npbilis A.
Guidelines Upcoming Special Issues. The Loganiaceae of Africa. Loganoside plays an important role in the partial synthesis of alkaloids such as quinine, reserpine and strychnine.
The incidence of diabetes mellitus is rising at an alarming rate but the conventional drugs used for its management have many limitations. Murugan R, Parimelazhagan T.
Ethnotherapy study, phytochemical screening and antioxidant activity of Antrocary klaineanumpierre and Anthocleista nobils G. High-pressure liquid chromatography chromatogram of butanol fraction and ultraviolet chromatogram of apigenin monoglycoside.