Antimalarial alkaloids from a Bhutanese traditional medicinal plant Corydalis dubia
Ethnopharmacological relevance: Corydalis dubia is used in Bhutanese traditional medicine as a febrifuge and for treating infections in the blood, liver and bile which correlate to the signs and symptoms of malarial and microbial infections. Aim of the study: To validate the ethnopharmacological uses of the plant and to discover potential new therapeutic drug leads. Materials and methods: C. dubia was collected from Bhutan and the alkaloids were obtained using acid-base fractionation and...[Show more]
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