|Chemical Composition and Anti-proliferative Activity of Several Medicinal Plants
||Plants are valuable sources of medicinal compounds and their use for healing is well known from ancient times. Natural drugs obtained from plants represent about 25% of the prescription drug market in the United States. Plants have a long history of ...
|Goldenseal: a case study on LC-MS profiling to identify synergists
||The purported activity of goldenseal, Hydrastis canadensis L., against a plethora of disease states is largely attributed to the presence of the benzoisoquinoline alkaloid berberine in the plant. However, goldenseal crude extracts showed better inhib...
|Identification, quantification and investigation of anti-inflammatory effects of Echinacea purpurea constituents
||Echinacea is among the top selling botanical medicines in the United States. Clinical trials have yielded contradictory reports on the efficacy of Echinacea preparations for treatment of colds, influenza, and inflammation, perhaps due to inconsistenc...
|Inhibiting antimicrobial resistance in Staphylococcus aureus using natural products
||Since the treatment of infections with antibiotics, Staphylococcus aureus has developed resistance to antimicrobial agents. Methicillin-resistant S aureus (MRSA) contributes significantly to the healthcare burden of both hospital and community infect...
|Dual sources of antimicrobial activity of Anemopsis californica : plant and endophytic fungi
||Anemopsis californica is a plant native to the southwestern United States and northern Mexico that has been used by many Native American tribes to alleviate pain and inflammation and to treat infection. Limited research has examined the chemical comp...