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Beauvechain, Belgium

Federlin J.-D.,Arolab Industrie chimique | Maes D.,Parabolic biologicals | Maes R.,Parabolic biologicals
Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy | Year: 2014

The bark of the Brazilian tree Aspidosperma subincanum Mart. ex A. D.C., Apocynaceae, has been characterised, and its constituents concentrated to obtain an uleine-enriched extract with the aim to produce food supplements. The concentration of the contaminant alkaloid ellipticine was assessed, and its potential to elicit toxic effects on consumers evaluated. It was found that this alkaloid posited no danger. © 2014 Sociedade Brasileira de Farmacognosia. Published by Elsevier Editora Ltda. All rights reserved. Source


Maes D.,Parabolic biologicals | Maes R.,Parabolic biologicals
Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy | Year: 2015

Aids patients were treated during a year with three different food supplements commercially avail-able: para-pau-aspido (Aspidosperma subincanum Mart. ex A. DC., Apocynaceae); 2Leid (nucleic acids andcytokines); and Para Immuno (propolis, pollen and royal jelly). All foods, given either alone or in com-bination, proved useful to all AIDS patients who received the supplements, be these under tri-therapy(Triomine: stavudine, lamivudine, névirapine) or left unattended. © 2014 Sociedade Brasileira de Farmacognosia. Published by Elsevier Editora Ltda. All rights reserved. Source

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