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WOUND HEALING POTENTIAL OF THE HYDROALCOHOLIC LEAF EXTRACT OF RHUS CHINENSIS MILL.

The Pharmstudent 27 (2016): 10-21 The Pharmstudent Issue 2016, Volume XXVII Published by The Pharmaceutical Society, Department of Pharmaceutics, IIT (BHU), India 12 Evaluation of wound healing activity The wound healing efficacy of Rhus chinensis Mill.leaf extract were evaluated

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Growth‐inhibitory effects of Galla Rhois‐derived tannins on …

Hee-Sung Chae, Ok-Hwa Kang, Jang-Gi Choi, You-Chang Oh, Young-Seob Lee, Obiang-Obounou Brice, Myong-Soo Chong, Ki-Nam Lee, Dong-Won Shin, Dong-Yeul Kwon, Methyl Gallate Inhibits the Production of Interleukin-6 and Nitric Oxide via Down-Regulation of Extracellular-Signal Regulated Protein Kinase in RAW 264.7 Cells, The American Journal of Chinese Medicine, …

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Antibacterial activities of Galla rhois extracts against Helicobacter …

vitro antiviral and antibiotic effects (Hong et al., 2011). Galla rhois is the gall derived from the nutgall sumac tree, Rhus javanica, caused by the Chinese sumac aphid (Kubo et al., 2003), Schlechtendalia chinensis. Galla rhois has been used to treat various

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Inhibiting Listeria monocytogenes Vibrio parahaemolyticus and …

The antibacterial activities of CG and PP 70% methanol extracts were tested in ground raw tuna and cooked tail-on shrimp. ... For example, Chinese gallnut (CG, Rhus chinensis Mill.), pomegranate peel (PP, Punica granatum L.), forsythia fruit (FF, Georgi.) are ...

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Evaluation of Analgesic and Anti-Inflammatory Activities of Water Extract of Galla Chinensis …

Anacardiaceae (mainly Rhus chinensisMill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, and Rhus punjabensis)parasitizedbytheChinese sumac aphid Baker [, ]. e main ingredient is tannin acid. In vitro and in vivo studies have demonstrated its pharmacologicale ects

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Response surface optimization of polysaccharide extraction from Galla Chinensis and determination of its antioxidant activity in vitro

Galla Chinensis, used as a Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), is in a form of the gall produced through parasitic interaction between plants (family Anacardiaceae, mainly Rhus chinensis Mill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, and Rhus punjabensis var. sinica (Diels)

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pdf rhus chinensis mill. FullText PDF MDPI. Sep 23, 2009 , results indicated these three extracts (from Malaphis chinensis, , In recent years, screening of plant resources for antimicrobial compounds has being , on Rhus leaves of the family Anacardiaceae (mainly Rhus chinensis.

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Traditional medicinal uses and pharmacological properties …

 · Rhus chinensis Mill., has a long history of traditional medicinal and culinary use by native people of North-Eastern part of India. It is considered as a medicine for the treatment of gastrointestinal problems, urinary complaints and many other health ailments.

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Protective effects of Galla Rhois, the excrescence produced …

Galla Rhois are formed by aphids, primarily Schlechtendalia chinensis Bell (Homoptera: Aphididae), on the leaf of sumac, Rhus javanica L. (Sapindales: Anacardiaceae) (Lee et al. 1997). It has been used for treating diarrhea, seminal emission, excessive sweating, bleeding, and chronic cough in traditional Korean medicine ( Shim et al. 2003 ; Kim et al. 2005 ; Song et al. 2002 ).

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The © Israeli Journal of Editor-in-Chief Aquaculture

Chinese gall (Galla chinensis), is a plant excretory product produced when irritants are released by the larvae of gall insects (Chinese Pharmacopoeia Commission, 2010). The major sources of medicinal gallnuts are Rhus Chinese Mill, Rhus potaninii Maxim, and

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博碩士論文 etd-1130105-193423 詳細資訊

Rhus chinensis, Scutellaria baicalensis and Phellodendron amurense with antibacterial activitie of P. acne BCRC10723 , S. aureus BCRC10451 and S. epidermidis BCRC10823 were found by disc diffusion assay, the minimum inhibitory concentrations (MIC) of

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Large-Scale Screening of 239 Traditional Chinese Medicinal …

3 Anacardiaceae Rhus chinensis Mill. Nutgall tree gall 21 1 21.5 0.1 21.8 0.4 25 0.6 20.5 0.3 8 Apiaceae Cnidium monnieri Cusson Monnier’s snowparsley fruit 9 12.6 NIZ 17.6 0.1 10.5 0.2 22 Aquifoliaceae Ilex rotunda Thunb. Kurogane holly bark 17.2 0.5

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In Vitro Antibacterial Activity of Galls of Quercus …

For instance, bactericidal activity of gallotannin from Melaphis chinensis Bell (Chinese gall) against S. mutans had been reported []. Besides, methyl gallate and gallic acid, which were the main components of gallotannin from Galla Rhois wu be zi (outgrowth of Rhus chinensis Mill), were found to prevent growth (bacteriostatic) of cariogenic bacteria as well as periodontal bacteria [ 38 ...

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Rhus chinensis and Galla Chinensis – folklore to modern …

Therefore, Shim et al. () tested the inhibitory effect of an aqueous extract from the gall of Rhus chinensis on α‐glucosidase activity in in vitro and in vivo models. Galla chinensis inhibited Bacillus α‐glucosidase activity with an IC 50 of 0.9 µg/mL.

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