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University of Szeged (2020)

Phytochemical and pharmacological analysis of certain plants applied in the Iranian and European folk medicine

Mottaghipisheh, Javad

Titre : Phytochemical and pharmacological analysis of certain plants applied in the Iranian and European folk medicine

Auteur : Mottaghipisheh, Javad

Université de soutenance : University of Szeged

Grade : Pharmacognosy Ph.D 2020

AIMS OF THE STUDY
The Iranian flora comprises a wide range of plants that have been widely applied in folk medicine. Although some of these have been previously subjected to phytochemical and pharmacological analysis, many medicinal plants are still un-investigated. The plants applied in the European folk medicine have generally been investigated more in detail, however, the active components and mechanisms of action of many plants of great importance are still undiscovered. The goals of our study were to : ▪ study the phytochemical composition and certain bioactivities of some Iranian and European medicinal plants ▪ review the literature on the studied plants, especially in case of the less studied Iranian medicinal plants ▪ isolate and identify of secondary metabolites of Ducrosia anethifolia and study their antiproliferative/cytotoxic effect ▪ isolate and identify of secondary metabolites of Eremurus persicus, ▪ study the chemodiversity of Crocus sativus stamens and tepals ▪ study the spasmolytic activity of Chamaemelum nobile and discover the mechanism of activity and its active components ▪ study the chemodiversity of Matricaria chamomila essential oils of Iranian origin

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