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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Antiulcerogenic activity of a crude hydroalcoholic extract and coumarin isolated from Mikania laevigata Schultz Bip
Author: Bighettia, AE
Antonio, MA
Kohn, LK
Rehder, VLG
Foglio, MA
Possenti, A
Vilela, L
Carvalho, JE
Abstract: The leaves of Mikania (Asteraceae) species are used in folk medicine as antispasmodic, antiulcerogenic and antirheumatic agents. Phytochemical screening of the crude hydroalcoholic 70% extract (CHE) of Mikania laevigata Shultz Bip. revealed coumarins, terpenes and organic acids. Anti ulcerogenic activity of CHE was evaluated, employing different experimental models in rats, to discern the pharmacological mechanism of action. Both the antisecretory and the cytoprotection hypothesis were evaluated. The crude hydroalcoholic extract (1000 mg/kg body wt., vo) decreased the ulcerative lesion index produced by indomethacin, ethanol, stress and reserpine in rats by 85%, 93%, 82% and 50%, respectively. In the pyloric ligation model, a decrease of hydrogenionic concentration (53%) was observed, suggesting that the pharmacological mechanism has a relationship to antisecretory activity. The antisecretory mechanisms of CHE and the coumarin isolated froth M. laevigata were confirmed by acid hypersecretion induced by histamine, pentagastrin and bethanechol. Duodenal administration of CHE (1000 mg/kg body wt.) and coumarin (100 mg/kg body wt.) inhibited only the gastric acid secretion produced by bethanecol. These results suggest that both CHE and coumarin may influence the secretion control mediated by the parasympathetic system. (C) 2004 Published by Elsevier GmbH.
Subject: Mikania laevigata
antiulcerogenic activity
antisecretory activity
coumarin
2H-1-benzopyran-2-one
medicinal plant
Country: Alemanha
Editor: Urban & Fischer Verlag
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.phymed.2003.09.006
Date Issue: 2005
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