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  • Anti-inflammatory effects of aloe vera on soy meal-induced intestinal inflammation in zebrafish. [Journal Article]
    Fish Shellfish Immunol 2019Fehrmann-Cartes K, Coronado M, … Feijoo CG
  • Soybean meal is one of the most promising alternatives to replace fishmeal in the aquaculture industry. However, its ingestion triggers an intestinal inflammatory process that compromises fish health and nutrition. Therefore, finding strategies that reduce the deleterious effects of a soy protein-based diet are relevant. In this work we analyzed the effects of an aloe vera (Aloe barbadensis mille…
  • Museomics Clarifies the Classification of Aloidendron (Asphodelaceae), the Iconic African Tree Aloes. [Journal Article]
    Front Plant Sci 2019; 10:1227Malakasi P, Bellot S, … Grace OM
  • Arborescent succulent plants are regarded as keystone and indicator species in desert ecosystems due to their large stature and long lifespans. Tree aloes, the genus Aloidendron, are icons of the southern African deserts yet have proved elusive subjects due to the difficulty of obtaining material of known provenance for comparative study. Consequently, evolutionary relationships among representat…
  • Aloe-emodin: A review of its pharmacology, toxicity, and pharmacokinetics. [Review]
    Phytother Res 2019Dong X, Zeng Y, … Ni J
  • Aloe-emodin is a naturally anthraquinone derivative and an active ingredient of Chinese herbs, such as Cassia occidentalis, Rheum palmatum L., Aloe vera, and Polygonum multiflorum Thunb. Emerging evidence suggests that aloe-emodin exhibits many pharmacological effects, including anticancer, antivirus, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiparasitic, neuroprotective, and hepatoprotective activitie…
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