phytopharmaceuticals

phytopharmaceuticals

Drugs derived from plants.
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Herbal drugs and phytopharmaceuticals. Medpharm Scientific Publishers, Stuttgart.
* As phytopharmaceuticals with direct tumoricidal and apoptotic effects.
This opens up avenues to explore SLNs as carriers for effective delivery of phytopharmaceuticals.
Rene Roth-Ehrang from MartinBauer Group from Germany was the next speaker whose presentation was on "Phytopharmaceuticals in Europe-Innovations, Quality and Regulatory".
The draft surveillance guidance issued by CDSCO categorizes pharmaceutical products under four broad groups: New drugs, subsequent drugs approved after 4-years; biologics; radiopharmaceuticals and phytopharmaceuticals.
Currently, a new generation of phytopharmaceuticals has gained interest within the current pharmacology as a source of new antimicrobials to combat this multidrug-resistant bacterium (Wagner and Ulrich-Merzenich, 2009; Abreu et al., 2012; Worthington and Melander, 2013).
Chemical analysis and quality control of Ginkgo biloba leaves, extracts, and phytopharmaceuticals. J.
Finally, the clinical use of these plants as phytopharmaceuticals will depend on the development of suitable analytical procedures necessary for standardization of the numerous secondary metabolites existing in such herbals preparations.
Synergy research: approaching a new gener-ation of phytopharmaceuticals. Phytomedicine.