Tanacetum


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Tanacetum

member of the plant family Asteraceae; reported to be associated with abortion in cattle; includes T. axillare (asaemia axillaris), T. parthenium (feverfew), T. vulgare (tansy).
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Although numerous species of the genus Tanacetum are widely known for their pharmacological properties, there have been no reports on chemical composition of essential oil of Tanacetum lingulatum found in Iran.
The flowers of Tanacetum lingulatum were collected in Lashotor, province of Isfahan, Iran, in June 2013.
A few of the most prominent companions of this Artemisia are Ephedra pachyclada, Atraphaxis spinosa, Tanacetum sinaicum, Centaurea scoparia, Echinops glaberrimus, and Gymnocarpos decander.
Anti-inflammatory - Tanacetum has known effects on prostaglandins.
cruzi (Piperaceae) (trypomastigotes) Tanacetum parthenium L amazonensis (Asteraceae) (promastigotes) Virola surinamensis T.
The flavonoids of Tanacetum parthenium and Tanacetum vulgare and their anti-inflammatory properties.
In the present study, we evaluated the in vitro antiprotozoal activity of a guaianolide (11,13-dehydrocompressanolide) isolated from Tanacetum parthenium against Trypanosoma cruzi and investigated the possible combinational effect of guaianolide and benzniclazole.
The use of herbal medicines (Petasites hybridus and Tanacetum parthenium) has also been reported (Antonaci et al.
50] concentration of guaianolide from Tanacetum parthenium (L.
Parthenolide previously isolated from Tanacetum vulgare was tested for its in vitro combinatory effect with benznidazole against Trypanosoma cruzi.