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|Title:||Aquilaria species as potential anti-inflammatory agents–A review on in vitro and in vivo studies|
|Authors:||Eissa, Manar A.|
Hashim, Yumi Z. H-Y.
Salleh, Hamzah Mohd.
Abd-Azziz, Saripah S.S.
Lokman, Muhammad Md. Isa
Warif, Nor Malia Abd
Ahmad Nor, Yusilawati
El-Kersh, Dina M.
Abdullah Sani, Muhamad Shirwan
|IPC Code:||Int. cl. (2015.01)- A61K 36/00, A61K 36/83, A61P 29/00|
|Abstract:||In the current review article, the studies conducted to investigate the anti-inflammatory activity of Aquilaria species are compiled and summarized. Since inflammation is the underlying cause of many diseases, the encounter of effective and safe biomedical anti-inflammatory compounds has become the focus of recent researches. Aquilaria species were known to possess a wide spectrum of pharmacological activities, among which anti-inflammatory activity has been reported in many in vitro and in vivo studies. Chromones, sesquiterpenoids, flavonoids, benzophenones and phorbol esters were the major anti-inflammatory compounds isolated from Aquilaria species. The objective of this review paper is to extend researches on the anti-inflammatory activity of different parts of Aquilaria species and support their future use in natural pharmaceutical preparations for the treatment of inflammation-associated conditions.|
|ISSN:||0976-0512 (Online); 0976-0504 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||IJNPR Vol.11(3) [September 2020]|
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