embelin

em·be·lin

(em'bĕ-lin),
The active principle from the dried fruit of Embelia ribes and E. robusta (family Myrsinaceae); has been used as a teniacide.
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Teka et al., "In vitro antistaphylococcal effects of Embelia schimperi extracts and their component embelin with oxacillin and tetracycline," Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, vol.
Mukherjee, Free Radical Scavenging Reactions and Antioxidant Activity of Embelin: Biochemical and Radiolytic Studies, Chem.
The treatment of resveratrol, naringin, sertraline, protopanaxatriol, embelin, puerarin, and olive oil was known to protect the experimental animal models against 3-NP induced oxidative stress and neurotoxicity [109].
Patel, "Development and validation of a RP-HPLC method for the simultaneous determination of Embelin, Rottlerin and Ellagic acid in Vidangadi churna," Journal of Pharmaceutical Analysis, vol.
Gupta, "Antioxidant activity and protection of pancreatic [beta]-cells by embelin in streptozotocin-induced diabetes," Journal of Diabetes, vol.
Biradar et al., "Protective effect of embelin against acetic acid induced ulcerative colitis in rats," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
Furthermore, embelin, a derivative from Embelia ribes, is known to inhibit XIAP (X-linked inhibitor of apoptosis protein) and is able to impair tumor proliferation by interfering in IL-6/STAT3 signaling [132].
Ashfaque, "Embelin reduces cutaneous TNF-oc level and ameliorates skin edema in acute and chronic model of skin inflammation in mice," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
Wound healing activity of embelin isolated from the ethanol extract of leaves of Embelia ribes Burm.
CAKE MAKERS Kaye Embelin and Philippa ParryJones, 10, above have fun while making a cake, and, left, youngsters busy cooking.; PICTURES: Peter Bolter