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Research Article

Comparison of Brazilian Plants Used to Treat Gastritis on the Oxidative Burst of Helicobacter pylori-Stimulated Neutrophil

Table 1

Effects of methanolic extract of Brazilian plants used to treat gastritis on luminol-dependent chemiluminescence response of neutrophil stimulated by H. pylori.

Botanical name  
(popular name)
Concentration
(µg/mL)
IAa% reduction in IAb (µg/mL)

Alchornea glandulosa
(tapiá)
0 (control) 43.4
5 21.6*
50 81.6*
100 82.4*

Alchornea triplinervia
(tanheiro)
0 (control) 36.6
5 28.6*
50 88.9*
100 90.2*

Anacardium humile
(cajuzinho-do-cerrado)
0 (control) 40.2
5 9.1
50 90.5*
100 95.0*

Byrsonima basiloba
(murici-de-ema)
0 (control) 42.9
5 0
50 89.7*
100 93.4*

Byrsonima intermedia
(murici-do-campo)
0 (control) 56.8
5 14.6
50 60.1*
100 74.1*

Davilla elliptica
(cipó-de-carijó)
0 (control) 41.1
5 6.0
50 90.3*
100 94.6*

Qualea grandiflora
(pau-da-terra)
0 (control) 39.3
5 10.5
50 93.1*
100 93.6*

Qualea parviflora
(ipê-cascudo)
0 (control) 27.2
5 48.0*
50 93.6*
100 95.0*

Qualea multiflora
(cerrado-campo)
0 (control) 27.7
5 47.3*
50 93.5*
100 95.0*

Mouriri pusa
(puçá)
0 (control) 42.4
5 0
50 92.2*
100 93.0*

Quercetin (standard)0 (control) <1.0
1 55.2*
5 92.7*
50 94.0*
100 94.8*

Integrated area of chemiluminescence curve: mean of triplicate readings ± SD ( ); bcompared to the control; cefficient concentration; *statistically significant difference ( ).