antiulcerative

antiulcerative

 [an″te-ul´sah-ra″tiv, an″te-ul´ser-ah-tiv]
1. preventing the formation or promoting the healing of ulcers.
2. an agent that has these effects.
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Other important properties of phytosterols include antifungal, antibacterial, antiinflammatory, antitumor, antioxidant, and antiulcerative properties [4].
In fact, quince is recognized as an important dietary source of compounds that promote health due to their antioxidant, antimicrobial, and antiulcerative action [9-12].
Previous studies have shown that GA exhibits antiulcerative, expectorant, antiviral, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, anticancer, neuroprotective, and immune-enhancing properties [11, 12].
Additionally, a recent US patent proved that the extract of aerial parts of Cp possessed potent antiulcerative colitis activity [10].
Pyrido[2, 3-d]pyrimidine structural motif is present in pirenperone (tranquilizer) [17] and ramastine (antiallergic) [18], as well as in some antiulcerative and antiasthmatic agents [19].
For example, the antiulcerative agent cimetidine [2], the proton pump inhibitor omeprazole [3] and the benzodiazepine antagonist flumazenil [4] are Imidazole derivatives.
Aqueous decoction of the flower was also reported to have among other properties antiulcerative effect in piroxicam-induced gastric lesions (Lima et al., 2006; Severi et al., 2009).
Imidazole can be found in many other drugs such as dacarbazine, metronidazole, cimetidine, flumazenil, thyroliberin, methimazole, pilocarpine and etomidate which are used as antineoplastic antibiotic, antiulcerative, benzodiazepine antagonist, prohormone, antihyperthyroid, muscarinic receptor antagonist and hypnotic agents, respectively [8-11].
The dihydrocoptisines were demonstrated to be much more active antiulcerative colitis agents than quaternary coptisines and tetrahydrocoptisines, by in vitro XBP1 transcriptional activity assays and animal experiments (DSS-induced colitis).