Heterophyllaea pustulata

Heterophyllaea pustulata

South American plant in the family Rubiaceae; contains an unidentified toxin which causes photosensitization in cattle and sheep. Called also cegadera.
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Purpose: This study addresses the antifungal effect of rubiadin (AQ1) and rubiadin 1-methyl ether (AQ2), two photosensitizing anthraquinones (AQs) isolated from Heterophyllaea pustulata, against C.
This vegetal species, scientifically identified as Heterophyllaea pustulata Hook f.
Photodynamic activity of anthraquinones isolated from Heterophyllaea pustulata Hook f.
Reduction of Candida tropicalis biofilm by photoactivation of a Heterophyllaea pustulata extract.
Finalmente, en Heterophyllaea pustulata, que presenta flores con pistilos de diferentes longitudes las mediciones se realizaron tanto en las flores longistiladas (long) como en las brevistiladas (brev).
Heterophyllaea pustulata Hook f (Rubiaceae), native of the mountainous region of the Northwest of Argentina and Bolivia (Bacigalupo 1993), is a phototoxic vegetal species popularly known as "cegadera" (Hansen and Martiarena 1967).
Contribution al estudio de la toxicidad de Heterophyllaea pustulata Hook "cegadera" en el Ganado, Dermatitis.
Anthraquinone derivatives from Heterophyllaea pustulata.
Phototoxic effects of Heterophyllaea pustulata (Rubiaceae).
Benzenic extracts from both stems and leaves of Heterophyllaea pustulata showed the most significant activity in vivo in the Brine Shrimp Lethally Test (BST), relative to others of different polarity.
Key words: Heterophyllaea pustulata, chemical composition, anthraquinones, antibacterial activity, antifungal activity, toxicity
Bioactivity of Heterophyllaea pustulata extracts as measured using the Brine Shrimp Test.