Results 1 - 5 of 5

Conantokins: From "sleeper" activity to drug development.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-UCBCF-1512180435373
Author(s) :
Elsie Jimenez
Source Document :
Philippine Science Letters. 2009; Vol. 2 ( 1 ) : p. 60-66 (Journal)
Abstract :
The conantokins belong to a distinctive family of Conus peptides which are known to have sleepinducing activity in young mice, and are found to be inhibitors of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors. This paper presents an overview of the various conantokins characterized so far, with focu . . .
Fulltext Availability :
Not available

Antioxidant potentials of culturable endophytic yeasts from Phragmites australis Cav. (Trin) ex Steud. from copper-contaminated mining site in Mankayan, Benguet.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-UCBCF-1512090304363
Author(s) :
Roland Hipol
Source Document :
Philippine Science Letters. 2015; Vol. 7 ( 2 ) : p. 5 (Journal)
Abstract :
Three endophytic yeasts were isolated from the lower stem and . . .
Fulltext Availability :
Not available

Analysis of age-structured malaria transmission model.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-UCBCF-15120711120667
Author(s) :
Joel Addawe, Jose Emie Lope
Source Document :
Philippine Science Letters. 2012; Vol. 5 ( 2 ) : p. 17 (Journal)
Abstract :
In this paper, we propose a model to study the dynamics of malaria in an age-structured human host. Our model divides the human population into compartments: pre-school (0-5 years) and the rest of the human population. The results of our mathematical analysis indicate that the disease-free equili . . .
Fulltext Availability :
Not available

Epidemiology of Soil-Transmitted Helminth Parasitism Among Schoolchildren in Tublay, Benguet.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-UCBCF-12101211444085
Source Document :
Tangkoyob: University of the Cordilleras Multidisciplinary Research Journal. ; Vol. 6 ( 1 ) : p. 15 (Journal)
Abstract :
Soil-transmitted helminthic (STH) parasitism remains a primary problem in underdeveloped countries as they affect mostly school age children. The infection rate is associated with environmental, socioeconomic, personal and clinical capabilities of the community. In this study, information is sought . . .
Physical Location :
Research & Development Center, University of the Cordilleras
Fulltext Availability :
Available

Suppression of Growth of Some Medically Important Bacterial Pathogens (Escherichia Coli, Staphylococcus Aureus, Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, and Salmonella Typhimurium) with Plant Extracts of Selected Indigenous Semi-Temperate Medicinal Plants in the Philippines.

HERDIN record number :
CAR-UCBCF-12101211371693
Source Document :
Tangkoyob: A Multidisciplinary Research Journal. ; Vol. 6 ( 1 ) (Journal)
Abstract :
The suppression of growth of bacterial pathogens (Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, and Salmonella typhimurium) employing the standard Modified Kirby-Bauer Disc Diffusion Assay was evaluated. In addition, the different plant extracts were also subjected to phytochemica . . .
Fulltext Availability :
Not available

Results 1 - 5 of 5