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  1. In vitro antioxidant properties evaluation of 10 Iranian medicinal plants by different methods.

    Iranian red crescent medical journal 14(12):771 (2012) PMID 23482923 PMCID PMC3587865

    There is an interest in finding new and safe antioxidants from natural sources such as medicinal plants. The aim of this study was to evaluate the antioxidant activity of ten Iranian medicinal plants extracts. For antioxidant activity, the radical scavenging activity, reducing power and phenolic con...
  2. Radical scavenging and reducing power of Salvia mirzayanii subfractions.

    Molecules 13(11):2804 (2008) PMID 19015620

    In this research, the radical scavenging activity and reducing power of the ethyl acetate fraction and subfractions of Salvia mirzayanii (SM) have been investigated. The plant material was initially extracted with ethanol. The fractionation was carried out using liquid-liquid extraction, then the et...
  3. Evaluation of antioxidant properties ofHypericum helianthemoidesextract by scavenging different free radicals

    Clinical Biochemistry 44(13):S336 (2011)

  4. Evaluation of alpha- amylase inhibition by Urtica dioica and Juglans regia extracts.

    Iranian Journal of Basic Medical Sciences 17(6):465 (2014) PMID 25140210 PMCID PMC4137939

    One strategy for the treatment of diabetes is inhibition of pancreatic α- amylase. Plants contains different chemical constituents with potential for inhibition of α-amylase and hence maybe used as therapeutic. Urtica dioica and Juglans regia Linn were tested for α-amylase inhibition. Different conc...
  5. Antioxidant Properties and Protective Effect on Cell Cytotoxicity of Salvia mirzayani

    Pharmaceutical Biology 45(6):458 (2007)

  6. Inhibition of lipid peroxidation and phenolic contents ofHypericum helianthemoidesextract

    Current Opinion in Biotechnology 22:S130 (2011)