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Pharmacognosy Communications, Vol 6, Issue 4, Oct-Dec, 2016

Average citations per manuscript since the first issue in 2011. All citation statistics were sourced from Google Scholar on 24 May, 2016. Citation statistics for 2016 have not been included.

Editorial

Ian Edwin Cock1,2*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Brisbane, Queensland 4111, AUSTRALIA.2Environmental Futures Centre, ...
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(d) geranial (β-citral), (e) methyl eugenol, (e) elemicin, (g) anethole and (h) chavicol.

Growth inhibitory properties of Backhousia myrtifolia Hook. & Harv. and Syzygium anisatum (Vickery) Craven & Biffen extracts against a panel of pathogenic bacteria

Krystal Bryant1 and Ian Edwin Cock1,2*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Brisbane, Queensland 4111, ...
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PICTORIAL ABSTRACT

Acai, cacao and maca extracts: Anticancer activity and growth inhibition of microbial triggers of selected autoimmune inflammatory diseases

Xiaohong Wang1,2, Jiayu Zhang1,2, Ian Edwin Cock1,3*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Brisbane, Queensland ...
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L. longifolium, (b) L. petersonii, (c) M. alternifolia, (d) geraniol, (e) neral, (f ) citronellal, (g) α-pinene, (h) sabinene, (i) α-terpinene, (j) limonene, (k) 1,8-cineole.

Growth inhibitory properties of extracts prepared from selected Leptospermum and Melaleuca species against a panel of pathogenic bacteria

Lindiwe Nomathemba Mpala1, Getmore Rumbudzai Chikowe1, Ian Edwin Cock1,2*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, ...
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Inhibition of biofilm formation by methanol leaf extract of Memecylon talbotianum. The methanol extract was tested at 1 mg/ml concentration as described in materials and methods. Data expressed n = 3 experiments. The representative confocal laser scanning micrographs and presented. (A) S. aureaus (B) B. subtillis, (C) S. typhi, (D) E.coli, (E) P.aeruginosa.

Metabolite profiling by UPLC-PDA-ESI/HDMS and antibacterial activity of Memecylon talbotianum Brandis

Tumkur Ramasetty Bharathi1, Shailasree Sekhar2, Kigga Kadappa Sampath Kumara1, Mudalabeedu Chandregowda Madhusudhan1 and Harishchandra Sripathy Prakash1*1Department of Studies in Biotechnology, ...
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In silico docking of bioactives from Eryngium foetidum Linn. 1PXX COX protein obtained from RCBS PDB (a); caryophyllene oxide docked to COX-2 protein and the residues are indicated in green and the hydrogen bonding to Tyr385 and Ser530 depicted in red (b); cedrane docked to COX-2 protein and the residues are indicated in green and the hydrogen bonding to Tyr385 and Ser530 depicted in red (c); menthyl acetate docked to COX-2 protein and the residues are indicated in green and the hydrogen bonding to Tyr385 and Ser530 depicted in red (d); menthol docked to COX-2 protein and the residues are indicated in green and the hydrogen bonding to Tyr385 and Ser530 depicted in red (e); daucol docked to COX-2 protein and the residues are indicated in green (f)

High-Throughput Screening by In silico Molecular Docking of Eryngium Foetidum (Linn.) Bioactives for Cylcooxygenase-2 Inhibition

Pavan Rangahanumaiah1, Ravishankar Vittal Rai2, Asma Saqhib3, Lydia Jothi3, Marula Siddha Swamy1, Chandrakant Shivappa Karigar3 and Shailasree Sekhar1*1Institution of Excellence, ...
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PICTORIAL ABSTRACT

An upscaled extraction protocol for Tasmannia lanceolata (Poir.) A.C. Sm.: Anti-bacterial, anti-Giardial and anticancer activity

Lou Vallette1,2, Camille Rabadeaux1,2, Joseph Sirdaarta1,3, Craig Davis4,5, Ian Edwin Cock1,3*1Environmental Futures Research Institute, Griffith University, Brisbane, AUSTRALIA.2School of Biology, ...
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Known affects of resveratrol. Reproduced from2 with author and publishers permission.

The Janus Corner

Ian Edwin Cock1,2*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Brisbane, Queensland 4111, AUSTRALIA.2Environmental Futures Centre, ...
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The genus Acacia (family Fabaceae) is a large genus of more than 1200 trees and shrubs which are widely distributed throughout the world, with more than 700 species indigenous to Australia. The Australian species had multiple medicinal uses by indigenous Australians, including being used to treat diarrhoea and hyperglycemia1 and as a general antiseptic agent.2,3 Many Australian Acacia species have been reported to have antimicrobial, molluskicidal, antihypertensive and platelet aggregatory activities.1 This photograph was taken at Griffith University, Australia in 2015 by Dr Ian Cock.

Medicinal Plant Images

Ian Edwin Cock1,2*1School of Natural Sciences, Nathan Campus, Griffith University, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Brisbane, Queensland 4111, AUSTRALIA.2Environmental Futures Centre, ...
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