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Conversion of aconitine to lipoaconitine by human intestinal bacteria and their antinociceptive effects in mice, Kawata, Yukio, Cho-mei MA, Nakamura Norio, WANG Hong, NAMBA Tsuneo, SATOH Kazuya, and KURAISHI Yasushi , 和漢医薬学雑誌= Journal of traditional medicines, Volume 16, Issue 1, p.15-23, (1999) Abstract
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Intestinal injury can be effectively prevented by in gamma irradiated rats., Khayyal, Mohamed T., El-Baz Farouk K., Meselhy Meselhy R., Ali Gamila H., and El-Hazek Rania M. , Heliyon, Volume 5, Issue 5, p.e01814, (2019) Abstract

is one of the most common microalgae that is used as human food. It is isolated from the salty lakes in El-Fayoum and Lake of Bardawil-Sinai in Egypt and can withstand very high concentrations of salt: The potentiality of , a unicellular biflagellate green alga to protect against intestinal injury induced after radiation exposure was studied. was given orally in doses of 100 and 200 mg/kg to male Wistar rats for 5 days before exposure to 6 Gray (Gy) gamma radiation and continued for a further two days. Rats were sacrificed 24 h later and intestinal segments were dissected out. One segment was examined histologically and another was used to prepare homogenates to assess relevant biochemical parameters reflecting intestinal injury. Radiation exposure led to a rise in the histological damage score, an increase in tissue tumor necrosis factor (TNF-α), interleukin (IL-1β) and thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) but a reduction in tissue reduced glutathione (GSH) and in serum citrulline. Pretreatment with either dose of effectively reduced the severity of intestinal mucositis induced by gamma radiation.

The 117th Annual Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, Sendai, March The 117th Annual Meeting of the Pharmaceutical Society of Japan, Sendai, March 29, 1994, Kida, Hiroaki, Akao Teruaki, Meselhy Meselhy Ragab, and Hattori Masao , Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin, Volume 21, Issue 6, p.588-593, (1998) Abstract
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Metabolism and pharmacokinetics of orally administered saikosaponin b1 in conventional, germ-free and Eubacterium sp. A-44-infected gnotobiote rats, Kida, Hiroaki, Akao Teruaki, Meselhy Meselhy Ragab, and Hattori Masao , Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, Volume 21, Issue 6, p.588-593, (1998) Abstract
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Proc. Symp. Wakan-Yaku Proc. Symp. Wakan-Yaku 10, 103-108, 1999, Kida, Hiroaki, Akao Teruaki, Meselhy Meselhy Ragab, and Hattori Masao , Proc. Symp. Wakan-Yaku, Volume 10, p.103-108, (1999) Abstract
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Enzymes responsible for the metabolism of saikosaponins from Eubacterium sp. A-44, a human intestinal anaerobe, Kida, Hiroaki, Akao Teruaki, MESELHY Meselhy, and Hattori Masao , Biological and Pharmaceutical Bulletin, Volume 20, Issue 12, p.1274-1278, (1997) Abstract
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Development of a high performance liquid chromatographic method for systematic quantitative analysis of chemical constituents in rhubarb, Komatsu, Katsuko, Nagayama Yorinobu, Tanaka Ken, Ling Yun, Basnet Purusotam, and Meselhy Meselhy Ragab , Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin, Volume 54, Issue 7, p.941-947, (2006) Abstract
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Comparative study of chemical constituents of rhubarb from different origins, Komatsu, Katsuko, Nagayama Yorinobu, Tanaka Ken, Ling Yun, Cai Shao-Qing, Omote Takayuki, and Meselhy Meselhy Ragab , Chemical and pharmaceutical bulletin, Volume 54, Issue 11, p.1491-1499, (2006) Abstract
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