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Cyrtopodium glutiniferum Raddi_Atlantic Forest


ABSTRACT: Extracts of orchids have been traditionally used as human phytotherapeutics. Cyrtopodium glutiniferum, an orchid found in the Brazilian southeastern rainforest, is known to synthesize anti-inflammatory and other potentially therapeutic compounds.

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SUBMITTER: Joana Paula da Silva Oliveira   Geisa Paulino Caprini Evaristo   Andrea Furtado Macedo  

PROVIDER: MSV000088673 | MassIVE | Tue Jan 11 11:38:00 GMT 2022

REPOSITORIES: MassIVE

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Metabolomic analysis of Cyrtopodium glutiniferum extract by UHPLC-MS/MS and in vitro antiproliferative and genotoxicity assessment.

Araújo-Lima Carlos Fernando CF   Paula da Silva Oliveira Joana J   Coscarella Isabella Leite IL   Aiub Claudia Alessandra Fortes CAF   Felzenszwalb Israel I   Caprini Evaristo Geisa Paulino GP   Macedo Andrea Furtado AF  

Journal of ethnopharmacology 20200123


<h4>Ethnopharmacological relevance</h4>Extracts of orchids have been traditionally used as human phytotherapeutics. Cyrtopodium flavum, for example, due to the analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties, beside the capacity of heal skin lesions has been focus of research. Also Cyrtopodium glutiniferum, an orchid found in the Brazilian southeastern rainforest, is known to synthesize anti-inflammatory glucomannans in the pseudobulbs, as other potentially therapeutic compounds.<h4>Aim of the study<  ...[more]

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