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Evaluation of the leishmanicidal activity of plants used by Peruvian Chayahuita ethnic group

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2007
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Albrecht, S
Braunger, S
Guerra, JA
Korte, L
Rech, B
Tejada, A
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Elsevier B.V.
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Aim of the study: A total of 27 ethanolic plant extracts from 27 species were screened for leishmanicidal activity in vitro against Leishmania amazonensis. Most of the selected species (19) are traditionally used by the Chayahuitas, an Amazonian Peruvian ethnic group, to treat skin affections and/or leishmaniasis.
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The authors gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance of CONCYTEC from Peru and DSF-IRD (JEAI) from France. We express our thanks to members of the Chayahuitas community who were willing to share with us their knowledge about medicinal plants. The authors are grateful to Candy Ruiz from LID-UPCH, for technical assistance in plants extractions.
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Tabernaemontana sananho extract
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