Jan 1, 1987

Interferonogenic and antiviral effect of extracts from Erodium cicutarium

Archivum Immunologiae Et Therapiae Experimentalis
J Zielińska-JenczylikH Rzadkowska-Bodalska

Abstract

Extracts from Erodium cicutarium L. Herit were tested for antiviral and interferon inducing properties. Both water extract and methanol extract as well as its fractions were observed to exert antiviral effect in relation to myxoviruses, Herpes virus type 1, Vesicular stomatitis and vaccinia virus. None of these extracts did induce interferon in a suspension of human leukocytes.

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Leukocytes
Interferon Inducers
Vesicular Stomatitis
Plant Extracts
Vaccinia
Pharmaceutical Plants
Antiviral Agents
Zoophaginae

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