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    • Antiinflammatory and antipyretic activities of Cuscuta chilensis, Cestrum parqui and Psoralea glandulosa 

      Backhouse, N.; Delporte, C.; Negrete, R.; Salinas, P.; Pinto, A.; Aravena, S.; Cassels Niven, Bruce (Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 1996)
      The antipyretic and antiinflammatory properties of the infusions and methanol extracts of the whole plant of Cuscuta chilensis Ker-Gawl. and of the aerial parts of Cestrum parqui L'Hérit. and Psoralea glandulosa L. were ...
    • Antiinflammatory and antipyretic activities of maytenus boaria 

      Backhouse, N.; Delporte, C.; Negrete, R.; Munoz, O.; Ruiz, And R. (Informa Healthcare, 1994)
      Abstractthe antipyretic and antiinflammatory properties of an infusion, a methanol extract, and a purified fraction enriched in sesquiterpenoids, from the aerial parts of maytenus boaria, were evaluated. The fraction ...
    • Antiinflammatory and antipyretic activities of spartidienedione isolated from Psila spartioides 

      Delporte, C.; Backhouse, N.; Negrete, R.; Gallardo, M. C.; Rivera, P. (Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 1996)
      The antipyretic and antiinflammatory properties of a new sesquiterpene, spartidienedione, isolated from Psila spartioides (Asteraceae) were evaluated in rabbits and guinea pigs. At the dose of 25 mg/kg, this substance ...
    • Antiinflammatory and antipyretic metabolites of Acaena splendens 

      Backhouse, N.; Delporte, C.; Negrete, R.; Suárez, S.; Cassels Niven, Bruce; Breitmaier, E.; Schneider, C. (Swets en Zeitlinger B.V., 1997)
      Acaena splendens H. et A., Rosaceae, has been used in Chilean traditional medicine for the treatment of fever and inflammation. The antipyretic and antiinflammatory properties of the infusion, methanol, petroleum ether and ...
    • Bioactive phenolic derivatives from Acaena splendens methanol extract 

      Backhouse, N.; Delporte, C.; Negrete, R.; San Feliciano, S.; López Pérez, J. (2002)
      Acaena splendens H. et A. has been used in Chilean folk medicine for the treatment of fever and inflammation. A description of the in vivo reduction of bacterial pyrogen-induced fever in rabbits and carrageenan-induced paw ...