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Effect of naringerin on biochemical parameters in the streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats
Fernandes, Ana Angélica Henrique;Novelli, Ethel Lourenzi Barbosa;Fernandes Junior, Ary;Galhardi, Cristiano Machado;
Brazilian Archives of Biology and Technology , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-89132009000100007
Abstract: amongst the numerous co-adjuvant therapies which could influence the incidence and progression of diabetic complications, antioxidants and flavonoids are currently being tested in clinical trials. we investigated the effect of naringerin on biochemical parameters in streptozotocin-induced (stz - 60 mg/kg, i.p.) diabetic rats. male rats were divided into four groups: g1: untreated controls; g2: normal rats receiving naringerin; g3: untreated diabetics; g4: diabetics rats receiving naringerin. the naringerin (50mg/kg, i.p,) decreased the hyperglycaemia and hyperlipidaemia associated with stz-diabetes. the concentrations of serum insulin in treated diabetic rats tended to be increased. naringerin treatment prevents stz-induced changes in the activities of alt, ast and ldh in the liver and heart, indicating the protective effect of naringerin against the hepatic and cardiac toxicity caused by stz. the glycogen level in cardiac and hepatic tissues elevated with naringerin in diabetic rats. the naringerin can improve the glucose and lipid metabolism and is beneficial in preventing diabetic complications.
Indicadores antropométricos de obesidade em portadores da síndrome de Down entre 15 e 44 anos
Silva, Naelson Mozer;Gomes Filho, Ary;Silva, Sandro Fernandes da;Fernandes Filho, José;
Revista Brasileira de Educa??o Física e Esporte , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S1807-55092009000400010
Abstract: the objective of this study was to determine the prevalence of overweight and obesity, the correlation between body mass index (bmi) and indices: waist hip ratio (whr) and waist circumference (cc) and to compare between genders, the relationship between the indices in patients of down syndrome (ds) aged 15 to 44 years. the sample consisted of 33 individuals of ds residents in the cities of itaperuna - rj and bom jesus itabapoana - rj, being 15 females aged between 14 and 38 years (mean ± sd, 23.8 ± 7.4 years, bmi = 29.67 ± 5.64 kg/m2) and 18 males aged between 14 and 44 years (mean ± sd, 26.4 ± 8.4 years, bmi = 27.68 ± 5.97 kg/m2). the anthropometric measures of body mass, height, waist and hip, were used to obtain the bmi, the whr and wc. the level of association between variables was obtained by spearman and pearson tests. the highest correlation coefficients between the variables bmi and wc in male groups (r = 0.926, p = 0.000), female (r = 0.874, p = 0.000) and overall (r = 0.892, p = 0.000). thus, the strongest associations between bmi and anthropometric indicators suggest that these cc integrated indicators are good predictors of general and central obesity, in patients with ds.
Evaluation of the Diramic system for urine cultures
Higuchi, Cristian Kendi;Corrêa, Carlos Roberto;Rall, Vera Lucia Mores;Fernandes Junior, Ary;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822006000300005
Abstract: the use of the diramic system in microbiological diagnosis of urinary tract infections (uti) was evaluated. this system was developed at the national center for scientific research of cuba, and it reads turbidimetric changes of microbial growth in culture media at 37oc incubated for 4 hours. a total of 396 urine specimens were tested in the laboratory of microbiology of the school of medicine - unesp, brazil using the diramic system and the counting of colony forming units per urine millimeter (calibrated loop) as the reference method. the coincidence rate between the two methods was 96.46% (382 urine samples), and the differences in results were not significant (p<0.05). sensitivity and specificity rates were 84.37% and 98.80%, respectively. false negative and false positive rates were 2.50% and 1.01%, respectively. the microorganisms isolated from positive urines were: escherichia coli (68.75%); klebsiella pneumoniae (10.94%); yeast (6.25%); pseudomonas aeruginosa (4.69%); enterobacter cloacae (3.12%); proteus mirabilis, coagulase negative staphylococcus, morganella morganii, and citrobacter freundii (1.56% each). the diramic system was effective as screening method for urine cultures, however restrictions in the uti diagnosis caused by yeasts and patients undergoing antibiotic therapy were negative characteristics of the system.
Sinergismo entre óleos essenciais e drogas antimicrobianas sobre linhagens de Staphylococcus aureus e Escherichia coli isoladas de casos clínicos humanos
Zago, Juliana A. A.;Ushimaru, Priscila I.;Barbosa, Lidiane N.;Fernandes Junior, Ary;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2009000600005
Abstract: the studies with plants and combinatory therapy have been stimulated. the interactions between cinnamon (cinnamomun zeylanicum blume lauraceae), lemon grass (cymbopogon citratus (dc.) stapf, poaceae), mint (mentha piperita l. lamiaceae), ginger (zingiber officinale roscoe zingiberaceae), clove (caryophillus aromaticus l. myrtaceae) and rosemary (rosmarinus officinalis l. lamiaceae) and eight antimicrobial drug was carried. it was made against twelve s. aureus and twelve e.coli strains isolated from human specimens. after minimal inhibitory concentration (mic) values determination of essential oils by dilution agar method, the synergism assays were performed by kirby and bauer method. the s. aureus was susceptible to oils and drugs interactions, and the lemon grass oils showed synergism with all drugs tested followed by mint with seven drugs. e.coli assays, synergism was observed only with rosemary (three drugs) and lemon grass (two drugs). no antagonism between drugs and oils tested was observed and the results were variable according to microorganism used.
Synergistic effect of propolis and antibiotics on the Salmonella Typhi
Orsi Ricardo de Oliveira,Sforcin José Maurício,Funari Silvia Regina Cunha,Fernandes Junior Ary
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2006,
Abstract: The goal of this work was to investigate a possible synergistic effect between ethanolic extracts of propolis from Brazil and Bulgaria and some antibiotics (Amoxicillin, Ampicillin and Cefalexin) against Salmonella Typhi. Brazilian and Bulgarian propolis showed an antibacterial action, but the sample from Bulgaria was shown to be more efficient. Both samples showed a similar synergistic effect with these antibiotics. One may conclude that the propolis samples show an important antibacterial action, as well as a synergistic effect with antibiotics against Salmonella Typhi.
Atividade antimicrobiana de própolis de Apis mellifera obtidas em três regi es do Brasil
Fernandes Júnior Ary,Lopes Marcelo Milanda Ribeiro,Colombari Viviani,Monteiro Aydir Cecília Marinho
Ciência Rural , 2006,
Abstract: As propriedades biológicas da própolis de Apis mellifera s o amplamente relatadas sendo comuns varia es nas mesmas em fun o da regi o onde foram produzidas. A a o antimicrobiana de própolis obtidas em três regi es do Brasil (Botucatu-SP, Mossoró-RN e Urubici-SC) foi investigada sobre linhagens isoladas de infec es clínicas humanas (Staphylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli, Enterococcus sp, Pseudomonas aeruginosa e Candida albicans). Foram preparados extratos alcoólicos de própolis (EAP) e determinada a Concentra o Inibitória Mínima (CIM) seguida do cálculo da CIM90%. A própolis de Botucatu foi a mais eficiente sobre S. aureus (0,3%v/v), Enterococcus sp (1,1%v/v) e C. albicans (2,1% v/v). Para E. coli, a própolis eficiente foi de Urubici (7,0%v/v) e para P. aeruginosa a de Mossoró (5,3%v/v). Os resultados mostram maior sensibilidade das bactérias Gram positivas e levedura em rela o às Gram negativas. é possível concluir que, para os microrganismos testados e amostras de própolis testadas, há diferen as na atividade antimicrobiana em fun o do local de produ o e que isso se explica pela diferen a de composi o química da própolis.
Impacto do fogo no componente arbóreo de uma floresta estacional semidecídua no município de Ibituruna, MG, Brasil
Silva, Vagner Fernandes da;Oliveira Filho, Ary Teixeira de;Venturin, Nelson;Carvalho, Warley Augusto Caldas;Gomes, Jo?o Bosco Vasconcelos;
Acta Botanica Brasilica , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-33062005000400005
Abstract: surveys of the tree community, topography and soils of a fragment of tropical semideciduous forest were carried out with the purpose of assessing the impacts of a fire that struck the forest in 1999 on the community structure and tree species composition and diversity, as well as the relationship between fire severity and variables of the physical environment. the forest fragment, with an area of 57ha, is situated at 21o09's of latitude and 44o50'w of longitude, in the municipality of ibituruna, minas gerais state, brazil. the surveys were carried out in two sectors of the fragment. there were two surveys in the slope sector: the first, in 1997 (before the fire), within fifteen 5×50 m sample plots, and the second, in 2001 (after the fire), within thirteen 20×20 m sample plots. a single survey was carried out in the valley sector within thirteen 20×20 m sample plots distributed along the frontline, defined by the maximum fire propagation. the surveys registered the species, the circumference at breast height and the total height of trees with diameter at breast height (dbh) > 5 cm. topographic variables, soil chemical and textural variables, a fire damage index (fdi), and an edge factor were obtained for each sample plot. the fire caused considerable impacts to the arboreal component of the vegetation. tree density and total basal area decreased and this was particularly concentrated in the classes of smallest diameter and height. where fire severity was higher (> fdi), there were higher proportions of standing dead over surviving trees, expressed as both density and basal area. in the slope sector, the species of lower stature at maturity dropped in the rank of relative abundances after the fire. two years after the fire, there was an increase in tree species richness and diversity probably due to the addition of pioneer species in fire-opened areas. no correlations were detected between the fdi and the edge factor, not even any of the topographic or soil variables,
Synergism between plant extract and antimicrobial drugs used on Staphylococcus aureus diseases
Betoni, Joyce Elaine Cristina;Mantovani, Rebeca Passarelli;Barbosa, Lidiane Nunes;Di Stasi, Luiz Claudio;Fernandes Junior, Ary;
Memórias do Instituto Oswaldo Cruz , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0074-02762006000400007
Abstract: searches for substances with antimicrobial activity are frequent, and medicinal plants have been considered interesting by some researchers since they are frequently used in popular medicine as remedies for many infectious diseases. the aim of this study was to verify the synergism between 13 antimicrobial drugs and 8 plant extracts - "guaco" (mikania glomerata), guava (psidium guajava), clove (syzygium aromaticum), garlic (allium sativum), lemongrass (cymbopogon citratus), ginger (zingiber officinale), "carqueja" (baccharis trimera), and mint (mentha piperita) - against staphylococcus aureus strains, and for this purpose, the disk method was the antimicrobial susceptibility test performed. petri dishes were prepared with or without dilution of plant extracts at sub-inhibitory concentrations in mueller-hinton agar (mha), and the inhibitory zones were recorded in millimeters. in vitro anti-staphylococcus aureus activities of the extracts were confirmed, and synergism was verified for all the extracts; clove, guava, and lemongrass presented the highest synergism rate with antimicrobial drugs, while ginger and garlic showed limited synergistic capacity.
Antibacterial activity of medicinal plant extracts
Ushimaru, Priscila Ikeda;Silva, Mariama Tomaz Nogueira da;Di Stasi, Luiz Claudio;Barbosa, Luciano;Fernandes Junior, Ary;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822007000400024
Abstract: the present study aimed at evaluating the in vitro antimicrobial activity of methanolic extracts of some medicinal plants against escherichia coli, salmonella typhimurium, staphylococcus aureus and enterococcus sp. the methanolic extract of caryophyllus aromaticus presented the highest anti-s. aureus activity and was effective against all bacterial strains tested.
Synergistic effect of propolis and antibiotics on the Salmonella Typhi
Orsi, Ricardo de Oliveira;Sforcin, José Maurício;Funari, Silvia Regina Cunha;Fernandes Junior, Ary;Bankova, Vassya;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822006000200002
Abstract: the goal of this work was to investigate a possible synergistic effect between ethanolic extracts of propolis from brazil and bulgaria and some antibiotics (amoxicillin, ampicillin and cefalexin) against salmonella typhi. brazilian and bulgarian propolis showed an antibacterial action, but the sample from bulgaria was shown to be more efficient. both samples showed a similar synergistic effect with these antibiotics. one may conclude that the propolis samples show an important antibacterial action, as well as a synergistic effect with antibiotics against salmonella typhi.
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