Ligaria cuneifolia R. This paper analyzes flavonoid composition, protein constituents and the possible immunomodulatory and antitumoral effects of this species. Micromolecular study disclosed quercetin-free, quercetin-glycosylated and proanthocyanidins corresponding to cyanidin monomers, which implies a particular metabolic pathway. Proteins present in L. These features contribute to the characterization of the native mistletoe. Culture of murine spleen cells alone or stimulated with Concanavalin A or lipopolysaccharide in presence of L.
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Open Access. Regular Article. Antibacterial activity of methanolic and aqueous extracts of Ligaria cuneifolia and Tripodhantus flagellaris. Abstract Ligaria cuneifolia, and Tripodanthus flagellaris are two species belonging to the Loranthaceae family which is widely distributed in the central and northern areas of the Argentina Republic.
Antibacterial activity was determined using the agar diffusion method variant holes and the minimum inhibitory concentration MIC by broth microdilution test at concentration ranges from to The greatest effect was observed for the aqueous and methanol extracts of T. Also, both extracts of L. These preliminary findings demonstrate the antibacterial activity of both plants and contribute to improve the knowledge of these species, reinforcing the importance of the ethnobotanical approach as a potential source of new bioactive substances.
Open Access Regular Article. Food Agric. Key words: antimicrobial activity, Ligaria cuneifolia, Tripodanthus flagellaris. Home Journals Articles by Year. Follow on Twitter Subscribe to List. Directory for Medical Articles.
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