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  1. Estado del Se, Cu y Zn y su relación con el perfil lipídico sérico en sujetos portugueses de Lisboa y el archipiélago de las Azores

    Lopes, Paula Alexandra; Vicente, Luís; Rodrigues, V. O.; Santos, V. C.; Napoleão, Patrícia; Pavão, Maria Leonor; Nève, Jean; Viegas-Crespo, Ana Maria
    El selenio (Se), el cobre (Cu) y el cinc (Zn) son oligoelementos esenciales para los mamíferos con funciones biológicas bien demostradas en los seres humanos (Neve y Palmieri, 2000; Viegas-Crespo y cols., 2000). Aparte de otras funciones metabólicas relevantes, desempeñan papeles importantes en la regulación del equilíbrio redox celular y ex-tracelular actuando junto con las defensas antioxidantes (Yu, 1994). Varios estudios epidemiológicos han demostrado que las concentraciones de oligoelementos esenciales dependende factores como la edad, el sexo y las situaciones fisiológicas y patológicas (Versieck y Cornelis, 1989). Además, la localización geográfica también parece ser un factor importante en la determinación...
    - 20-feb-2014

  2. The chemical composition of the Juniperus genus (1970-2004)

    Seca, Ana M. L.; Silva, Artur M. S.
    Juniperus is an important genus widely distributed in the North hemisphere and it is used in folk medicine as well as source of cedarwood oil, a natural product with several industrial applications. The genus has attracted a great interest in the scientific communits and it has been the subject ofmore than 320 published phytochemical studies in the last 35 years. It is mainly a source of sesquiterpenes, diterpenes and lignans, some of them with very promising biological activities. The compounds identified from Juniperus species during the period 1970-2004, except essential oils fractions, are compiled in this report togetherwith the biological...
    - 20-nov-2013

  3. An overview of Salicornia genus : the phytochemical and pharmacological profile

    Isca, Vera M. S.; Seca, Ana M. L.; Pinto, Diana C. G. A.; Silva, Artur M. S.
    Salicornia L. (Chenopodiaceae) is a genus of annual, apparently leafless halophytic herb that have articulated and succulent stems. The Salicornia species comprise the most salttolerant land plant and frequently occur in saline areas. The use of glasswort as food is referred by the forensic palynology as a reality at least from 550 years ago. Nowadays it is much appreciated as a gourmet product in Europe but particularly in Asian countries, where is used in fresh salads and pickles. Some of the Salicornia species display applications on folk medicine (for treatment of bronchitis, hepatitis and diarrhea) and showed important biological properties...
    - 30-abr-2014

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