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Antidepressive effects of a chemically characterized maqui berry extract (Aristotelia chilensis (molina) stuntz) in a mouse model of Post-stroke depression Conference paper
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, Guangzhou, PEOPLES R CHINA, 2019-8
Authors:  Arianna Di Lorenzo;  Anatoly P. Sobolev;  Seyed Fazel Nabavi;  Antoni Sureda;  Akbar Hajizadeh Moghaddam;  Sedigheh Khanjani;  Carmen Di Giovanni;  Jianbo Xiao;  Samira Shirooie;  Arold Jorel Tsetegho Sokeng;  Alessandra Baldi;  Luisa Mannina;  Seyed Mohammad Nabavi;  Maria Daglia
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Chemical Characterization  In Vivo Antioxidant Activity  Maqui Berry Extract  Murine Model System  Post-stroke Depression  
Evidence and prospective of plant derived flavonoids as antiplatelet agents: Strong candidates to be drugs of future Conference paper
Authors:  Khan, Harron;  Jawad, Mohammad;  Kamal, Mohammad Amjad;  Baldi, Alessandra;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Nabavi, Seyed Mohammad;  Daglia, Maria
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Antiplatelet  Preclinical studies  Structure-activity relationship (SAR) studies  Pharmacokinetic parameters  Safety profile  
Kaempferol and inflammation: From chemistry to medicine Journal article
Pharmacological Research, 2015,Volume: 99,Page: 1-10
Authors:  Kasi Pandima Devi;  Dicson Sheeja Malar;  Seyed Fazel Nabavi;  Antoni Sureda;  Jianbo Xiao;  Seyed Mohammad Nabavi;  Maria Daglia
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Anti-inflammatory Activity  Flavonoids  Kaempferol  Pro-inflammatory Cytokines