Medicinal Plants as Anti-infectives: Current Knowledge and New Perspectives
By Francois Chassagne, Published: 2022, FileType: PDF
Medicinal Plants as Anti-infectives provides comprehensive and updated data on medicinal plants and plant-derived compounds used as antimicrobials in a range of locations (such as the Balkans, Colombia, India, Lebanon, Mali, Pakistan, Southeast Asia, South Africa, and West Africa). It also provides an overview on the most recent innovations and regulations in the field of drug discovery from ethnobotanical sources. Locking Plates and Implants in Veterinary Orthopedics
This book will help readers to better appreciate the role of plants and phytomedicines as anti-infectives, to better assess the health benefits of plant-derived products, to help implement new methodologies for studying medicinal plants, and to guide future researchers in the field. Medicinal Plants as Anti-infectives is a valuable resource for students, academic scientists, and researchers from the fields of ethnobotany, pharmacy, medicinal chemistry, and microbiology, as well as for professionals working in national or international health agencies, or in pharmaceutical industries.
Medicinal plants have been used for centuries to treat various diseases including infectious disorders. Several traditional medical systems (e.g., Traditional Chinese Medicine, Ayurveda, Greek medicine) use plant species to cure disorders known to be caused or worsened by microbial infections such as fever, abscess, wounds, tuberculosis, and urinary tract infections. To validate these traditional uses and discover new drugs, scientific investigations of medicinal plants with anti-infective properties have been carried out since the last century.
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