2022
DOI: 10.1590/s2175-97902020000118578
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Antinociception Induced by Moringa Stenopetela (Baker f.) Cufod. Leaves Extract and Possible Mechanisms of Action

Abstract: Moringa stenopetala (Baker f.) Cufod., is an endemic species growing in the south of Ethiopia. M. stenopetala is often consumed as food and used in traditional medicine and it has also been traditionally used for relieving of pain in Ethiopia. This study aimed to investigate the antinociceptive effect and mechanisms of action of M. stenopetala leaves methanol extract in mice. The per-oral doses of 50, 100, and 200 mg/kg of M. stenopetala extract were tested for antinociceptive action by using hot-plate, tail-i… Show more

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“…Other phytochemicals, such as apigenin and luteolin, were evaluated in NSCLC/A549 cells of non-small cell lung cancer and Bel-740ADM cells of hepatocellular carcinoma. Both reduced protein and Nrf2-mRNA levels, resulting in anti-cancer activity [54,55]. Nrf2 inhibitors were also investigated for cancer treatment.…”
Section: Phytochemical As Nrf2 Modulatorsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Other phytochemicals, such as apigenin and luteolin, were evaluated in NSCLC/A549 cells of non-small cell lung cancer and Bel-740ADM cells of hepatocellular carcinoma. Both reduced protein and Nrf2-mRNA levels, resulting in anti-cancer activity [54,55]. Nrf2 inhibitors were also investigated for cancer treatment.…”
Section: Phytochemical As Nrf2 Modulatorsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…45 minutes after the last medication delivery, 10 mL/kg of 0.6 percent acetic acid solution was administered intravenously. Following the 5-minute waiting time, the number of writhing was recorded for 10 minutes [49].…”
Section: Acetic Acid-induced Writhing Testmentioning
confidence: 99%