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Abstract Title:

Verbascoside isolated from Lepechinia speciosa has inhibitory activity against HSV-1 and HSV-2 in vitro.

Abstract Source:

Nat Prod Commun. 2009 Dec ;4(12):1693-6. PMID: 20120109

Abstract Author(s):

Fernanda O Martins, Patricia F Esteves, Gabriella S Mendes, Nanci S Barbi, Fabio S Menezes, Maria T V Romanos

Article Affiliation:

Fernanda O Martins

Abstract:

Verbascoside has been isolated form L. speciosa after several different chromatographic methods. After its purification, the structure has been unequivocally established using modern spectroscopic techniques. As for the antiviral activity, the maximum non toxic concentration has been established and this concentration has been used in the anti herpes assay, in vitro. Mechanism of action for this molecule regarding the anti-herpes activity has been studied encompassing the following assays: virucidal activity, cellular receptor assay, penetration assay and intracellular assay, in order to understand the activity for this natural product.

Study Type : In Vitro Study

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