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Mpala LNomathemba, Chikowe GRumbudzai, Cock IEdwin. Aleurites moluccanus (l.) Willd. Extracts Inhibit the Growth of Bacterial Triggers of Selected Autoimmune Inflammatory Diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications,. 2017;7(2):83-90.  (958.1 KB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Cordyline rubra Otto and A. Dietr. Leaf and Fruit Extracts Lack Antibacterial Activity and are Non-toxic in vitro. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(4):130-134.  (929.71 KB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Brachychiton rupestris (T.Mitch. ex Lindl.) K. Schum. Extracts Inhibit the Growth of Streptococcus pyogenes. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(1):27-33.  (833.5 KB)
Mpala LNomathemba, Chikowe GRumbudzai, Cock IEdwin. Growth inhibitory properties of extracts prepared from selected Leptospermum and Melaleuca species against a panel of pathogenic bacteria. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(4):215-224.  (1.65 MB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Xanthophyllum fragrans C.T. White Leaf Extracts Inhibit the Growth of Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(3):106-111.  (1.13 MB)
Mpala LNomathemba, Chikowe GRumbudzai, Cock IEdwin. Alpinia cearulea (R.Br.) Benth Leaf Extracts Inhibit the Growth of a Panel of Bacterial Pathogens. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(4):146-152.  (1.06 MB)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. Piper novae-hollandiae Miq. Leaf Extracts Lack Antibacterial activity and are Non-Toxic in vitro. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(2):75-79.  (991.42 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)
Mpala L, Chikowe G, Cock IEdwin. The Inhibitory Activity of Mischarytera lauteriana (F.M.Bailey) Leaf Extracts against a Panel of Bacterial Pathogens. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(2):47-53.  (915.09 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)
Mondal S, Ghosh D, Seru G, Manna O, Reddy MVenkata, Revanth V. Evaluation of Analgesic, Antipyretic and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Ethanol Extract from a Fern Species Macrothelypteris Torresiana (Gaudich) Aerial Parts. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2016;6(2):57-63.  (352.3 KB)
meriem D, Abderrahmane B, Moufida A, Lekhmici A. In vitro and in vivo Antioxidant, Antihemolytic and Anti-inflammatory Activities of Santolina chamaecyparissus Extracts. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(1):15-24.  (439.08 KB)
Mazerand C, Cock IEdwin. An Examination of the Antibacterial, Antifungal, Anti-Giardial and Anticancer Properties of Buchanania obovata Engl. Fruit Extracts. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2019;9(1):07-14.  (889.29 KB)
Maen A, Cock IE. Inhibitory activity of high antioxidant Australian native fruits against the bacterial triggers of selected autoimmune diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(1):52-62.  (710.47 KB)
Maen A, Cock IEdwin. Inhibitory activity of Australian culinary herb extracts against the bacterial triggers of selected autoimmune diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(2):130-139.  (646.07 KB)
Madaleno M. Traditional Medicinal Knowledge in India and Malaysia. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2015;5(2):116-129.  (431.42 KB)
Maas H, Cock IEdwin. The Interactive Antimicrobial Activity of Glycyrrhiza glabra L. Root Extracts and Conventional Antibiotics Against some Bacterial Triggers of Autoimmune Inflammatory Diseases. Pharmacognosy Communications. 2018;8(2):66-74.  (889.88 KB)

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