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AUT00063 develpoed by Autifony Therapeutics, is a novel, orally active small molecule designed to selectively modulate Kv3 potassium channels, which are important in central auditory processing. Pre...

p38 mitogen activated protein kinase MAPK Inhibitors

The next generation of p38 mitogen-activated protein kinase (MAPK) inhibitors has reached clinical proof-of-concept studies in phase II in a broad range of indications. While the previous generation o...

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Combination Therapy May Hold Key to Slowing Down Alzheimer's Disease

NewsResveratrol is a naturally occurring polyphenolic phytochemical produced in several plants, especially grapes skin and seeds.

Novel combination therapy may help provide clinically successful treatment for AD

Resveratrol is a naturally occurring polyphenolic phytochemical produced in several plants, especially grapes skin and seeds. One epidemiological study reported a positive association between moderate...

LED treatments enhance lettuce phytochemicals, antioxidants

(American Society for Horticultural Science) Scientists investigated the effects of combined red (R) blue (B) LED with or without green (G) LED light and white LED light on hydroponically grown lettuc...

Antibe Therapeutics completes validation studies of ATB-346, moves into Phase 2 trials

Toronto, ON- Antibe Therapeutics Inc. reports it has completed  validation studies on its lead drug, ATB-346 and that these studies support the progression of the drug into Phase 2 of development in ...

Roche provides update on two identical phase III studies of lebrikizumab in people with severe asthma

Roche today announced top-line results from two phase III studies. The LAVOLTA I-II studies were identical, double-blind, randomised, multicentre, placebo-controlled studies that evaluated the efficac...

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Medical News Today: Moderate drinking: many studies reporting health benefits are 'flawed'

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Phytochemical and antioxidant activity studies on Ononis angustissima L. aerial parts: isolation of two new flavonoids.

Ononis angustissima aerial parts extract and exudate were subjected to phytochemical and biological studies. Two new natural flavonoids, (3S)-7-hydroxy-4'-methoxy-isoflavanone 3'-β-d-glucopyranoside ...

Success in Competition for Space in Two Invasive Coral Species in the western Atlantic - Tubastraea micranthus and T. coccinea.

Invasion success by an alien species is dependent upon rate of reproduction, growth, mortality, physical characteristics of the environment, and successful competition for resources with native specie...

Kadcoccinones A-F, New Biogenetically Related Lanostane-Type Triterpenoids with Diverse Skeletons from Kadsura coccinea.

Six new lanostane-related triterpenoids, kadcoccinones A-F (1-6), were isolated from Kadsura coccinea. Compound 3 possesses a novel 6/6/9-fused carbocyclic core containing a rare oxabicyclo[4.3.1]deca...

Phytochemical Analysis and In vitro Antioxidant Studies of Plumeria obtusa L. Leaves.

Plumeria (Apocynaceae) is a genus comprising mostly of lactiferous trees and deciduous shrubs. Plumeria obtusa L. is a widely available but pharmacologically lesser explored species of this genus. Thu...

Phytochemical screening and anti-inflammatory properties of Algerian Hertia cheirifolia methanol extract.

Hertia cheirifolia L. (Asteraceae) is traditionally used in Northern Africa to treat various inflammatory infections. However, few studies on this plant have been reported.

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