CINCHONA SUCCIRUBRA PDF

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Click here to view publication 3. Chemidplus: PubMed: Cinchona alkaloids from Cinchona succirubra and Cinchona ledgeriana. PubMed: Antimalarial activity of Cinchona-like plants used to treat fever and malaria in Brazil.

PubMed: Automated multiple development thin layer chromatography of some plant extracts. PubMed: Monoamine oxidase inhibitors from Cinchonae Cortex. PubMed: Effects of nutritional and hormonal factors on growth and production of anthraquinone glucosides in cell suspension cultures of Cinchona succirubra. PubMed: Shikimate pathway activity in shake and fermenter cultures of Cinchona succirubra. PubMed: Extraction of Cinchona succirubra with tetrahydrofuran and its mixtures.

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Antimalarial Activity of Cinchona-like Plants Used to Treat Fever and Malaria in Brazil

All are native to the tropical Andean forests of western South America. Cinchona has been historically sought after for its medicinal value, as the bark of several species yields quinine and other alkaloids that were the only effective treatments against malaria during the height of European colonialism, which made them of great economic and political importance. The curative properties of cinchona were known much earlier. The history of the plants and the identification of the precise origins of their various extracts and medicinal uses are still disputed; though certain fever cures from South America known as Jesuit's bark and Jesuit's powder have been traced to Cinchona , there is also evidence of ingredients derived from other species such as Myroxylon. The artificial synthesis of quinine in , an increase in resistant forms of malaria, and the emergence of alternate therapies eventually ended large-scale economic interest in cinchona cultivation, but academic interest continues, as many cinchona alkaloids show promise in treating falciparum malaria, which has evolved resistance to synthetic drugs. Cinchona plants continue to be revered for their historical legacy; the national tree of Peru is in the genus Cinchona.

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For centuries, malaria was treated with the bark of Cinchona calisaya and Cinchona succirubra plants named "quinas" in Brazil, from which the quinine molecule was isolated. Other plant species known also as "quinas" are used to treat fever and malaria, like Deianira erubescens roots and leaves , Strychnos pseudoquina bark , and Remijia ferruginea bark. Based on this popular knowledge, we evaluated the in vivo antimalarial activity of the ethanol crude extracts of these plant species in mice infected with Plasmodium berghei. Only Remijia ferruginea showed antimalarial activity, reducing parasitaemia and mortality at the highest dose tested.

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Quinas contains several compounds, such as quinoline alkaloids, principally quinine, quinidine, cinchonine and cichonidine. Identified from barks of Cinchona, quinine is still commonly used to treat human malaria. The process is performed in four steps, which ensures complete, rapid and accurate extraction of the samples. Optimal conditions for extraction were obtained using a response surface methodology reached from a central composite design. The MIEL extraction has been compared with a conventional technique soxhlet extraction.

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