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Review Article

Effectiveness of Citrus Fruits on Helicobacter pylori

Table 1

Studies employing Citrus bergamia derivatives and their experimental model.

Citrus bergamia derivativesStudy typeExperimental modelReference

Flavonoid-rich fractions from peelIn vitroBacteria and yeasts[7]
Essential oilIn vitroMycoplasma[10]
JuiceIn vitroSH-SY5Y cells[29]
JuiceIn vivoSK-N-SH/LAN-1xenograft mice[30]
JuiceIn vitroHepG2 cells[31]
Essential oilIn vitroNMDA-exposed SH-SY5Y cells[39]
Liposomal essential oilIn vitroSH-SY5Y cells[40]
Essential oilIn vitroSH-SY5Y cells[41]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vitroH2O2-exposed A549 cells[42]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vitroFe3+-exposed A549 cells[43]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vitroLPS-stimulated THP-1 cells[44]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vivoDNBS-injected mice[45]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vivoIntestinal ischemia/reperfusion injury[46]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vitroβ-Amyloid-stimulated THP-1 cells[47]
Flavonoid-rich fractions from juiceIn vitroHT-29 cells[48]
Juice extractHumanSubjects with moderate hypercholesterolemia[50]
Flavonoids and pectic oligosaccharides from peelIn vitroSolubilization with commercial enzyme preparations[51]
Pectic oligosaccharide-rich extract from peelIn vitroColonic model fermentation[52]

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