compound extract


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compound extract

An extract prepared from more than one drug or substance.
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The potential of bioactive compound extracted from Aspergillus terreus was assessed by measuring activity of crude extract against targeted bacterial pathogens.
To investigate the quality of the peer-review process of open-access journals, a researcher named John Bohannon recently submitted a bogus paper to 304 such journals, describing the purported in vitro anticancer effects of a compound extracted from a lichen.
The researchers tested alternating layers of garden-variety clay and an inexpensive waste material: chitosan, a natural compound extracted from shrimp and lobster shells.
Further studies will be needed to determine whether cinnamon compound extracts could be helpful in treating brain trauma injuries.
Artemisinin, a compound extracted from a Chinese herb, is viewed as the best drug against malaria and is recommended for use in combination with other medicines to stop resistance.
They then treated the proteins with a polyphenol compound extracted from grape seeds and discovered that the polyphenols blocked the formation of the toxic aggregates of amyloid beta and decreased toxicity when combined with amyloid beta before it was added to brain cells.