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.

antiulcerative

/an·ti·ul·cer·a·tive/ (-ul´ser-ah-tiv) preventing ulcers or promoting their healing, or an agent that so acts.

antiulcerative

1. preventing the formation or promoting the healing of ulcers.
2. an agent that so acts.
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However the antiulcerative activity in banana is due to the presence of natural flavonoids and this activity may vary in different varieties of banana due to the different levels of these natural active components [18 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.