ECHINOPS SPINOSUS PDF

The genus Echinops belongs to the family of Asteraceae and comprises about species. Many species belonging to the genus Echinops are traditionally used as medicinals mainly in Africa and Asia. The genus is reported to contain diverse secondary metabolites. The aim of this review is to critically evaluate the available research reports on the genus and systematically organize the findings.

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This study was designed to evaluate the possible mechanisms through which Echinops spinosus ES extract demonstrates nephroprotective effect on the paracetamol acetominophen N-acetyl-p-aminophenol APAP induced nephrotoxicity in rats. Twenty-four Swiss albino rats were divided into four groups six rats each.

The ES extract compensated for deficits in the total antioxidant activity, suppressed lipid peroxidation, and amended the APAP-induced histopathological kidney alterations. Moreover, ES treatment restored the elevated levels of urea nitrogen in the blood and creatinine in the serum by APAP.

We clarified that the ES extract has the potential to defend the kidney from APAP-induced inflammation, and the protection mechanism might be through decreasing oxidative stress and regulating the inflammatory signaling pathway through modulating key signaling inflammatory biomarkers.

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Abdel-Zaher AO, et al. Epub Oct PMID: Rhein protects against acetaminophen-induced hepatic and renal toxicity. Zhao YL, et al. Food Chem Toxicol. Epub Apr Paracetamol-induced nephrotoxicity and oxidative stress in rats: the protective role of Nigella sativa.

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Echinops spinosus

This study was designed to evaluate the possible mechanisms through which Echinops spinosus ES extract demonstrates nephroprotective effect on the paracetamol acetominophen N-acetyl-p-aminophenol APAP induced nephrotoxicity in rats. Twenty-four Swiss albino rats were divided into four groups six rats each. The ES extract compensated for deficits in the total antioxidant activity, suppressed lipid peroxidation, and amended the APAP-induced histopathological kidney alterations. Moreover, ES treatment restored the elevated levels of urea nitrogen in the blood and creatinine in the serum by APAP. We clarified that the ES extract has the potential to defend the kidney from APAP-induced inflammation, and the protection mechanism might be through decreasing oxidative stress and regulating the inflammatory signaling pathway through modulating key signaling inflammatory biomarkers. This site needs JavaScript to work properly.

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The hexane extract of Echinops spinosissimus Turra subsp. Its physicochemical characteristics were also studied. The oleic C; Moreover, we have evaluated the in vitro antibacterial and antifungal activities of the unsaponifiable matter and a fraction isolated from this extract. These activities were conducted using the diffusion disc methods and broth microdilution assay. The resulted fraction from this extract showed the highest antibacterial activity with significant minimum inhibitory concentrations MIC values However, it did exhibit no substantial antifungal activity.

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