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Vasorelaxant effects of Crataegus pentagyna: Links with arginase inhibition and phenolic profile.

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Summary of "Vasorelaxant effects of Crataegus pentagyna: Links with arginase inhibition and phenolic profile."

Crataegus leaves, flowers and fruits have been traditionally used to improve blood circulation, numerous preclinical and clinical studies supporting the cardiovascular benefits of Crataegus preparations. In this respect, there is very limited data on Crataegus pentagyna; in addition, the chemical profile of this species is still incompletely elucidated.

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Name: Journal of ethnopharmacology
ISSN: 1872-7573
Pages: 112559

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