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A Review on Effects of Aloe Vera as a Feed Additive in Broiler Chicken Diets

References Agarry O.O., Olaleye M.T., Bello - Michael C.O. (2005). Comparative antimicrobial activities of Aloe vera gel and leaf. Afr. J. Biotechnol., 4: 1413–1414. Ahlawat K.S., Khatkar B.S. (2011). Processing, food applications and safety of Aloe vera products: a review. J. Food Sci. Technol., 48: 525–533. Akhtar M., Hai A., Awais M.M., Iqbal Z., Muhammad F., Anwar M.I. (2012). Immunostimulatory and protective effects of Aloe vera against coccidiosis in industrial broiler chickens. Vet. Parasitol., 186: 170–177. Alemdar S., Agaoglu S. (2009

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Optimization of the extraction parameters of Aloe Vera polyphenols and study of antioxidant and antifungal activities: application to molds isolated from durum wheat

.; Varoni, E.M.; Sharopov, F.; Martins, N.; Iriti, M.; Sharifi-Rad, J., AloeGenus Plants: From Farm to Food Applications and Phytopharmacotherapy, Int . J. Mol. Sci., 2018 , 19 , 2843 [16]. Salehi, B.; Valussi, M.; Jugran, A.K.; Martorell, M.; Ramírez-Alarcón, K.; Stojanović-Radić, Z.Z.; Antolak, H.; Kr˛egiel, D.; Mileski, K.S.; Sharifi-Rad, M.; et al., Nepeta species: From farm to food applications and phytotherapy, Trends Food Sci. Technol., 2018 , 80 , 104–122. [17]. Lawless, J.; Allan, J., The clinical composition of Aloe Vera . In: Aloe Vera

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Secondary metabolites from the resins of Aloe vera and Commiphora mukul mitigate lipid peroxidation

REFERENCES 1. S. A. Ghazanfar and A. M. A. Al-Sabahi, Medicinal plants of northern and central Oman (Arabia), Econ. Bot . 47 (1993) 89–98; https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02862209 2. M. A. Rahman, J. S. Mossa, M. S. Al-Said and M. A. Al-Yahya, Medicinal plant diversity in the flora of Saudi Arabia 1: a report on seven plant families, Fitoterapia 75 (2004) 149–161; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fitote.2003.12.012 3. V. Gupta and S. Malhotra, Pharmacological attribute of Aloe vera : Revalidation through experimental and clinical studies, Ayu 33

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A herbal cream consisting of Aloe vera, Lavandula stoechas, and Pelargonium roseum as an alternative for silver sulfadiazine in burn management

. Ip M, Lui SL, Chau SS, Lung I, Burd A. The prevalence of resistance to silver in a Burns unit. J Hosp Infect. 2006; 63:342-4. 5. Barillo DJ. Using mafenide acetate in acute and chronic wounds. Ostomy Wound Manage. 2002; Suppl 5-10. 6. Hamman JH. Composition and applications of Aloe vera leaf gel. Molecules. 2008; 13:1599-616. 7. Surjushe A, Vasani R, Saple DG. Aloe vera: a short review. Indian J Dermatol. 2008; 53:163-6. 8. Bosley C, Smith J, Baratti P. A phase III trial comparing an anionic

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Application of Aloe vera gel instead of silicon dioxide as organic dielectric material in microelectronics

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Organic materials are now being used in a wide range of microelectronic applications in parallel with inorganic materials, because of their superior properties, environmental safety, and low cost. This paper describes the characterization of Aloe vera gel (AVG), a new organic dielectric material. The surface morphology, spatial distribution of elements, and structural characteristics of an AVG layer were examined using scanning electron microscopy, energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), and X-ray diffraction (XRD), respectively. The resistance of the AVG layer, determined using a four-probe station, was 640 Ω EDX showed that the elements contained in the layer were carbon, oxygen, aluminum, silicon, calcium, potassium, and copper. The XRD results suggested that the sample primarily consisted of bornite (Cu5FeS4), geerite (Cu8S5), sal ammoniac (NH4Cl), and carobbite (KF).

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Questioning the aloe vera plant and apple memristors

) ⋅ i . $${dx}/{dt}\;=f\left( x,i \right)\cdot i.$$ A memristor has to exhibit pinched hysteresis loops in the V-I plot with the pinched point at the origin of the coordinates [ 3 ]. Furthermore, the lobe area of the loop decreases with increased frequency and if the frequency goes towards infinity, the pinched hysteresis loop should shrink to a single valued function [ 4 ]. Volkov et al . demonstrated memristive properties in apples [ 5 ] and in the aloe vera plant [ 6 ]. Here, we study the memristive properties of the same objects by using our methods

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Plant extracts effect on sICAM-1 release form human corneal cells / Wpływ ekstraktów roślinnych na poziom sICAM-1 po inkubacji ludzkich komórek rogówki

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Intercellular adhesion molecule-1 (ICAM-1), a cell surface glycoprotein, has been found to be associated with immunopathological processes within the eye. Expression of ICAM-1 is upregulated during inflammatory diseases and its soluble form (sICAM-1) was shown to be elevated in patients with ocular inflammatory and infectious disorders.

The purpose of the present study was to analyse sICAM-1 level after human corneal cells (10.014 pRSV-T cell line) in vitro with ethanol, ethyl acetate and heptane extracts of three herbs (Lamium album , Euphrasia officinalis and Aloe vera ). Ethanol and ethyl acetate extracts altered sICAM-1 level depending on herb, solvent and extract concentration applied. Heptane extract of each plant caused only concentration-dependent decrease of sICAM-1 level when added to the corneal cell culture.

Concluding, the analysed plant extracts, after further tests, could be considered as supplementary compounds of eye drops, in order to attain reduction of inflammatory responses during ocular diseases.

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Application of medicinal plants in several dermatovenerological entities

. Dermatol. 18 (2017) 451–468; https://doi.org/10.1007/s40257-017-0266-0 15. M. H. Radha and N. P. Laxmipriya, Evaluation of biological properties and clinical effectiveness of Aloe vera : A systematic review, J. Tradit. Complement. Med. 5 (2015) 21–26; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jtcme.2014.10.006 16. T. A. Syed, S. A. Ahmad, A. H. Holt, S. H. Ahmad and M. Azfal, Management of psoriasis with Aloe vera extract in a hydrophilic cream: a placebo-controlled, double-blind study, Trop. Med. Int. Health 1 (1996) 505–509. 17. Y. J. Surh, S. H

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Radiodermatitis - review of treatment options

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Appraisal of the Antioxidative Potential of Aloe Barbadensis M. on Alcohol-Induced Oxidative Stress

References 1. Al-Shinnawy, M. S., Hassan, A. R., Ismail, D. A., Shahin, M. A., 2014: The potential protective and therapeutic effects of aloe vera juice on malathion induced hepatotoxicity in rabbits. The Egyptian Journal of Hospital Medicine, 55, 146—158. DOI: 10.12816/0004500 2. Awazawa, M., Ueki, K., Inabe, K., Yamauchi, T., Kaneko, K., Okazaki, Y., et al., 2009: Adiponectin suppresses hepatic SREBP1c expression in an AdipoR1/LKB1/AMPK dependent pathway. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications , 382, 1, 51—56. DOI: 10.1016/j

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