Activity of Ergosterol Peroxide From Pleurotus Ostreatus.
In this context, major efforts are necessary to identify new targets and develop novel trypanocidal
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Epigallocatechin gallate was used as an antioxidative (Fraga et al., 1987), anti-inflammatory (Lin and Lin, 1997), antiproliferative (Shammas et al., 2006), antibacterial (Mabe et al., 1999), antiviral (Williamson et al., 2006; Mahmood et al., 2016), trypanocidal
agent (Paveto et al., 2004) and also showed inhibitory effect against ovine Babesia (Abou-Laila et al., 2010).
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drugs against the Trypanosoma evansi isolates from Philippine water buffaloe (Bubalus bubalis), Veter: arhiv, 83(4), 381-392 (2013)
The National Chagas Program (NCP) in Argentina (7) seeks to optimize early diagnosis and timely treatment of acute and chronic Chagas infection, through design and distribution of patient care guidelines (8) and the purchase and free distribution of trypanocidal
medication by the Argentine Ministry of Health to provincial Chagas disease programs.
nitroarene treatment of experimental Trypanosoma cruzi infection does not prevent progression of chronic-phase heart lesions in rabbits.
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In addition to lapachol (2, Figure 1), different structural types of naphthoquinones, such as pyran and furanonaphthoquinones, are found in Bignoniaceae [18, 19] and disclose abroad spectrum of biological activities, including antitumor [20-23], trypanocidal
, anti-inflammatory , antifungal , and antiparasitic activities [26-33].
guianensis have shown its biological activities, including antioxidant, antibacterial, antifungal, trypanocidal
, insecticidal and repellent [14-16].
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activity of the essential oils in their conventional and nanoemulsion forms: in vitro tests," Experimental Parasitology, vol.