Diagnosis of phenolic compounds of Curcuma longa and the seeds of Prunus avium L (cherry plants) by HPLC technique and studying their effect on the growth of leishmania tropica promastigotes in in vitro
Maksood Adil Mahmoud Al – Doori
Leishmaniasis is a sickness brought about by Leishmaniasis protozoa parasites. The sickness stays a worldwide general wellbeing danger that requires powerful chemotherapy for control and treatment. In this examination, the impact of some chosen phenolic mixes on promastigote leishmaniasis was researched. The mixes were inspected for their exercises against leishmaniasis against prostagogues and intracellular. Phenolic mixes, which are optional plant metabolites present in the eating routine, have been accounted for among other common aggravates that have inhibitory impacts against protozoan parasites. In this investigation, we considered the impact of phenolic mixes on intracellular promastigotes of tropical leishmaniasis and propose a component for their activity against the parasite.
Volume: Volume 24
Issues: Issue 4
Keywords: leishmania tropica, phenolic com pounds, Curcuma longa, Prunus avium l. and cherry plants.