Articles published in Pharmacognosy Communications

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Cock IEdwin. Alphitonia excelsa (Fenzl) Benth. Leaf Extracts Inhibit the Growth of a Panel of Pathogenic Bacteria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(2):67-74.  (905.73 KB)
Chothani DL, Patel NM. Anti-allergic Potential of Methanolic Extracts of Leaves and Fruit of Gmelina arborea Roxb. 2020. p. xx-xx.
Biswas D, Mahalakshmi B, Samelu B, Devadas M, Kumar SVenkata Su. Antimicrobial Activity of Ethanol Extracts and Isolated Fractions Shorea robusta Gaertn f and Dipterocarpus turbinatus Gaertn f. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(2):102-107.  (666.65 KB)
Andima M, Coghi P, Yang LJun, Wong V, Ngule CMutuku, Heydenreich M, et al.. Antiproliferative Activity of Secondary Metabolites from Zanthoxylum zanthoxyloides Lam: In vitro and in silico Studies. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):44-51.  (1.13 MB)
Shahrajabian MHesam, Sun W, Soleymani A, Khoshkaram M, Cheng Q. Asafoetida, God,s Food, a Natural Medicine. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.
Cock IEdwin. Brachychiton acerifolius (A.Cunn. ex G.Don) Macarthur and C. moore Leaf and Flower Extracts Inhibit the Growth of a Panel of Pathogenic Bacteria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):37-43.  (892.81 KB)
Zhang Y, Yang Z, Cock IEdwin. Centella asiatica (L.) Urban Leaf Extracts Inhibit the Growth of Bacterial Triggers of Selected Autoimmune Inflammatory Diseases and Potentiate the Activity of Conventional Antibiotics. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(3):119-129.  (644.95 KB)
Shahrajabian MHesam, Sun W, Cheng Q. Climate Change, Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicines. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):57-59.  (342.49 KB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Davidsonia pruriens F. Muell. Fruit and Leaf Extracts Lack Antibacterial and Antifungal Activity. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(3):113-118.  (1.48 MB)
Cock IEdwin. Editorial. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):1.  (173.41 KB)
Cock IEdwin. Editorial. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(2):62.  (329.89 KB)
Cock IEdwin. Editorial. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(3):112.  (330.11 KB)
Cock IE. Editorial . Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.
Chikowe G, Mpala L, Cock IEdwin. Eucalyptus grandis W. Hill ex Maiden Leaf and Flower Extracts Lack Antibacterial activity and are Non-toxic in vitro. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):23-29.  (636.79 KB)
Haldkar C, Jaiswal A, Ganeshpurkar A, Dubey N. Evaluation of Protective Effect of Glycyrrhiza glabra L. Extract on Isoniazid-Rifampicin Induced Hepatocellular Damage in Rats. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):18-22.  (329.73 KB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Ficus racemosa L. Leaf Extracts Lack Antibacterial activity and are Toxic in vitro. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):52-56.  (637.66 KB)
Shahrajabian MHesam, Sun W, Cheng Q. Ginkgo Biloba an Ancient Herbal Traditional Chinese Medicine and Famous Living Fossil Tree in Modern Pharmaceutical Science. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.
Wright MHenry, Wood A, Greene ACarlson, Cock IEdwin. Growth Inhibitory Activity of Acronychia acidula F. Muell. Fruit Extracts Towards Malodour-forming Bacteria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(2):95-101.  (795.76 KB)
Dubey S, Ahmad Y, Sharma RK, Kohli S. Huperzinea: Pharmacoligical and Therapeutic Potential. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.
Lozano CM, Vasquez-Tineo MA, Ramirez M, Infante MI. In vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Tropical Medicinal Plants used in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic: Part 2. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.
Omole RAnyango, Moshi MJulius, Ilias M, Larry W, Malebo HM, Omosa LKerubo, et al.. In vitro Antiplasmodial and Cytotoxic activity of Three Medicinal Plants used Traditionally for Treatment of Malaria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):2-6.  (232.71 KB)
Cock IEdwin. The Inhibitory Activity of Banksia collina R.Br. and Banksia oblongifolia Cav. Methanolic Leaf Extracts against a Panel of Bacterial Pathogens. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(1):30-36.  (1.29 MB)
.E.Cock I. The Janus Corner. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(2):110.  (252.83 KB)
Cock IEdwin. The Janus Corner. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(3):140-142.  (278.08 KB)
Sun W, Shahrajabian MHesam, Shen H, Cheng Q. Lychee (Litchi chinensis Sonn.), the King of Fruits, with Both Traditional and Modern Pharmacological Health Benefits. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2020;10(4):xx-xx.


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