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Wang X, Zhang J, Cock IEdwin. Acai, cacao and maca extracts: Anticancer activity and growth inhibition of microbial triggers of selected autoimmune inflammatory diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(4):204-214.  (677.76 KB)
Aiyalu R, Govindarajan A, Ramasamy A. Acute and sub-chronic toxicity study of methanol leaf extract of Cardiospermum halicacabum L and Vitex negundo L in rats. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(1):39-45.  (384.75 KB)
Nidiry ESebastian, Ganeshan G, Lokesha ANarayanash, Ramachandran N. Additional Studies on the Antifungal Activity of a Methanol Extract of Ipomoea Carnea Subsp. Fistulosa and Octadecyl P-Coumarates. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(3):148-151.  (449.7 KB)
Mpala LNomathemba, Chikowe GRumbudzai, Cock IEdwin. Aleurites moluccanus (l.) Willd. Extracts Inhibit the Growth of Bacterial Triggers of Selected Autoimmune Inflammatory Diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications,. 2017;7(2):83-90.  (958.1 KB)
Mpala LNomathemba, Chikowe GRumbudzai, Cock IEdwin. Alpinia cearulea (R.Br.) Benth Leaf Extracts Inhibit the Growth of a Panel of Bacterial Pathogens. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(4):146-152.  (1.06 MB)
Zhang J, Biggs I, Sirdaarta J, White A, Cock IEdwin. Antibacterial and Anticancer Properties of Boswellia carteri Birdw. and Commiphora molmol Engl. Oleo-Resin Solvent Extractions. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(3):120-136.  (108.02 KB)
Kalaiyarasi C, Karthika K, Ragupathi G. Anticonvulsant and anxiolyic activities of ethyl acetate fraction of Cassia fistula Linn. pods in mice. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(1):76-82.  (431.91 KB)
Bharathi TR, Jameel NMohamed, Ghassam BJalali, Bajpe SNaik, HS P. Antidiabetic Effect of Memecylon Talbotianum Leaf Methanol Active Fraction in Male Wistar Rats. Pharmacognosy Communications,. 2017;7(3):114-120.  (1.23 MB)
Sergeevna INataliia, , Mihaylovna KAlla, Leonidivna TErica, Aleksandrovna KIrina. The Antihypoxic and Sedative Activity of the Dry extract from Asperula odorata L. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(4):233-236.  (200.43 KB)
Wigmore SM, Naiker M, Bean DC. Antimicrobial Activity of Extracts from Native Plants of Temperate Australia. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(2):80-84.  (304.7 KB)
Vasilevna ITatyana, Volodymyrivna GOlga, Leonidivna TErica, Aleksandrovna KIrina, Mihaylovna KAlla. Antimicrobial Activity of the Genus Galium L. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(1):42-47.  (329.46 KB)
Ali T, Naqash A, Wadoo R, Rashid R, Bader GNabi. Antimicrobial Potential and Determination of Total Phenolic and Flavonoid Content of Aerial Part Extracts of Ajuga bracteosa Wall ex. Benth. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(3):114-118.  (415.73 KB)
Loubna A, Rachid B. Antioxidant activity of aqueous extracts from Crataegus oxyacantha leaves. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(4):229-232.  (254.75 KB)
Omosa LKerubo, Okemwa EKenanda. Antiplasmodial Activities of the Stem bark Extract and Compounds of Zanthoxylum gilletii (De wild) P.G. Waterman. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2017;7(1):41-46.  (510.07 KB)
Omole RAnyango, Moshi MJulius, Heydenreich M, Malebo HMasanja, Gathirwa JWaweru, Oriko ROwor, et al.. Antiplasmodial Biflavanones from the Stem Bark of Garcinia buchananii Engl. .Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(3):96-99.  (472.51 KB)
Shen J, Shalom J, Cock IEdwin. The Antiproliferative Properties of Uncaria tomentosa Willd. DC. extracts against Caco2 and HeLa Cancer Cell Lines. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(1):8-14.  (921.26 KB)
Santoyo CZambrano, Espinoza LZúñiga, Puente RZanabria, Sánchez JZegarra, Quispe NZaga, Medina CPante, et al.. Antipsychotic and behavior effect of the ethanolic extract from the bark of Maytenus macrocarpa (Ruiz &Pav.) mice. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(4):244-249.  (370.49 KB)
Hadun AHussein, Mbaria JMucunu, Aboge GOluga, Okumu MOtieno, Yiaile ALetoyah. Antiviral Activity of Dicrocephala Integrifolia (Kuntze) Against Herpes Simplex Type-1 Virus: An in vitro Study. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(2):81-85.  (522.62 KB)
Angeles Mdel Carmen, -Chávez G, Scheherazada A, -López S, González RCarrillo-. Arsenic Concentration in Wild Plants Growing on Two Mine Tailings. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(3):197-206.  (721.96 KB)
Cock IEdwin. Australian Acacia spp. extracts as natural food preservatives: Growth inhibition of food spoilage and food poisoning bacteria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2017;7(1):4-15.  (1.6 MB)

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