traditional plant treatments for diabetes. studies in normal and streptozotocin diabetic mice.the effects on glucose homeostasis of eleven plants used as traditional treatments for diabetes mellitus were evaluated in normal and streptozotocin diabetic mice. dried leaves of agrimony (agrimonia eupatoria), alfalfa (medicago sativa), blackberry (rubus fructicosus), celandine (chelidonium majus), eucalyptus (eucalyptus globulus), lady's mantle (alchemilla vulgaris), and lily of the valley (convallaria majalis); seeds of coriander (coriandrum sativum); dried berries of juniper (juniperus comm ...19902210118
hypotensive effects of lupinus termis and coriandrum sativum in anaesthetized rats. a preliminary study. 19863705966
inhibitory effects of extracts of lupinus termis and coriandrum sativum on electrically induced contraction of the rabbit ear artery. 19863739721
cloning and expression in escherichia coli of a cdna coding for the oleoyl-acyl carrier protein thioesterase from coriander (coriandrum sativum l.).a cdna for the oleoyl-acyl carrier protein (acp) thioesterase (e.c. from coriander seed endosperm (coriandrum sativum) was isolated using a safflower oleoyl-acp thioesterase cdna probe. the coriander cdna coded for a 42.3 kda protein including a putative 40 amino acid plastid targeting transit peptide. the gene was expressed in escherichia coli and the recombinant protein was isolated to homogeneity by alkyl-acp affinity and anion-exchange chromatography. the pure protein showed a high ...19948155723
common indian spices: nutrient composition, consumption and contribution to dietary value.nutrient composition of eight commonly consumed spices of south india was analysed. spices analysed were red chillies (capsicum annum), black pepper (piper nigrum), coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum), cumin seeds (cuminum cyminum), garlic (allium sativum), asafoetida (ferula foetida), dry ginger (zingiber officinale) and ajowan (carum copticum). the nutrients analysed were proximate principles, minerals, starch, sugars, dietary fibre components, tannins, phytic acid, enzyme inhibitors and amin ...19938397396
role of mercury (hg) in resistant infections & effective treatment of chlamydia trachomatis and herpes family viral infections (and potential treatment for cancer) by removing localized hg deposits with chinese parsley and delivering effective antibiotics using various drug uptake enhancement methods.the authors found that antibiotics used to treat various infections often were ineffective in the presence of abnormal localized deposits of heavy metals like hg and pb, which were often observed to co-exist with chlamydia trachomatis, herpes simplex types i & ii, cytomegalovirus(cmv), and other micro-organisms. our earlier research revealed that despite rigorous treatment with antibiotics together with various drug uptake enhancement techniques, subjects who had been treated for chlamydia trach ...19958686573
occupational asthma due to different spices.we describe a 27-year-old subject who developed rhinitis and asthma symptoms 1 year after starting to prepare a certain kind of sausage. he was previously diagnosed as having allergy to coconut, banana, and kiwi and allergic rhinitis to horse, cat, dog, and cow. a positive immediate skin prick test (spt) for paprika (dry powder of capsicum annuum [solanaceae]), coriander (coriandrum sativum [umbelliferous]), and mace (shell of nutmeg, myristica fragrans [myristicaceae]) at a concentration of 10% ...19968738518
significant mercury deposits in internal organs following the removal of dental amalgam, & development of pre-cancer on the gingiva and the sides of the tongue and their represented organs as a result of inadvertent exposure to strong curing light (used to solidify synthetic dental filling material) & effective treatment: a clinical case report, along with organ representation areas for each tooth.because of the reduced effectiveness of antibiotics against bacteria (e.g. chlamydia trachomatis, alpha-streptococcus, borrelia burgdorferi, etc.) and viruses (e.g. herpes family viruses) in the presence of mercury, as well as the fact that the 1st author has found that mercury exists in cancer and pre-cancer cell nuclei, the presence of dental amalgam (which contains about 50% mercury) in the human mouth is considered to be a potential hazard for the individual's health. in order to solve this ...19968914687
[seasonality of parasites and intestinal bacteria in vegetables that are consumed raw in costa rica].in costa rica, a total of 640 samples from eight different vegetables used for raw consumption, were analyzed for the presence of intestinal parasites and fecal coliforms. eighty samples of each vegetable were analyzed, forty during the dry season and forty in the rainy. a greater, but unsignificant (p > 0.05) level of fecal coliforms was found during the dry season. levels of escherichia coli, were higher (p < 0.05) during the dry season in lettuce (latuca sativa) and cilantro (coleandrum sativ ...19969246361
[presence of various pathogenic microorganisms in fresh vegetables in costa rica].this study reports the occurrence of some pathogenic microorganisms in vegetable consumed on a daily basis by costa ricans. cryptosporidium sp. oocysts were found in 5.2% (4/80) of cilantro leaves, in 8.7% (7/80) of cilantro roots and 2.5% of lettuce samples. a 1.2% (1/80) incidence was found in other vegetables samples (carrot, cucumber, radish and tomatoe). oocysts of this parasite were absent in cabbage. giardia intestinalis was only detected in 5.2% (4/80) of cilantro leaves and in 2.5% (2/ ...19969429609
coriandrum sativum changes the levels of lipid peroxides and activity of antioxidant enzymes in experimental animals.the antiperoxidative effect of coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum) was studied in rats administered high fat diet. significant decrease in the levels of lipid peroxides, free fatty acids and glutathione was observed when compared to control group whereas the activity of antioxidant enzymes showed increase.199910549163
inhibitory effects of some spice essential oils on aspergillus ochraceus nrrl 3174 growth and ochratoxin a production.inhibitory effects of essential oils of oregano (origanum vulgare), mint (menta arvensis), basil (ocimum basilicum), sage (salvia officinalis) and coriander (coriandrum sativum), on the mycelial growth and ochratoxin a production by aspergillus ochraceus nrrl 3174 were studied. cultures were incubated on yeast extract-sucrose (yes) broth, at concentrations of 0, 500, 750 and 1000 p.p.m. of essential oils during 7, 14 and 21 d at 25 degrees c. at 1000 p.p.m., oregano and mint completely inhibited ...199910583751
influence of intragastric perfusion of aqueous spice extracts on acid secretion in anesthetized albino rats.the effect of spices on gastric acid secretion is variable. their mechanism of action is also not well established.200010812814
a polymerase chain reaction-based method for the detection of hepatitis a virus in produce and shellfish.outbreaks of gastroenteritis that are suspected to be of viral origin are on the rise. thus, there is a need for regulatory agencies entrusted with food safety to develop adequate techniques for the detection of viruses in foods. we have established a general procedure for the detection of hepatitis a virus (hav) in shellfish that, with minor modifications, is also applicable to fresh produce such as cilantro. total rna was isolated from shellfish or cilantro, followed by isolation of poly(a)-co ...200211858194
evaluation of antilisterial action of cilantro oil on vacuum packed ham.cilantro oil is an essential oil preparation extracted from the plant coriandrum sativium. a series of experiments were conducted to evaluate the ability of cilantro oil to control the growth of listeria monocytogenes on vacuum-packed ham. the in vitro minimal inhibitory concentration for five strains of l. monocytogenes was found to vary from 0.074% to 0.018% depending on strain. cilantro oil treatments were then tested on ham disks inoculated with a cocktail of the five l. monocytogenes strain ...200211883677
fitness of salmonella enterica serovar thompson in the cilantro phyllosphere.the epiphytic fitness of salmonella enterica was assessed on cilantro plants by using a strain of s. enterica serovar thompson that was linked to an outbreak resulting from cilantro. salmonella serovar thompson had the ability to colonize the surface of cilantro leaves, where it was detected by confocal laser scanning microscopy (clsm) at high densities on the veins and in natural lesions. the population sizes of two common colonizers of plant surfaces, pantoea agglomerans and pseudomonas chloro ...200212089050
metabolic evidence for the involvement of a [delta]4-palmitoyl-acyl carrier protein desaturase in petroselinic acid synthesis in coriander endosperm and transgenic tobacco cells.we have previously demonstrated that the double bond of petroselinic acid (18:1[delta]6cis) in coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) seed results from the activity of a 36-kd desaturase that is structurally related to the [delta]9-stearoyl-acyl carrier protein (acp) desaturase (e.b. cahoon, j. shanklin, j.b. ohlrogge [1992] proc natl acad sci usa 89: 11184-11188). to further characterize the biosynthetic pathway of this unusual fatty acid, 14c-labeling experiments were conducted using developing end ...199412232129
studies on essential oils: part 10; antibacterial activity of volatile oils of some spices.the essential oils extracted from the seeds of seven spices, anethum graveolens, carum capticum, coriandrum sativum, cuminum cyminum, foeniculum vulgare, pimpinella anisum and seseli indicum have been studied for antibacterial activity against eight pathogenic bacteria, causing infections in the human body. it has been found that the oil of c. capticum is very effective against all tested bacteria. the oil of c. cyminum and a. graveolens also gave similar results. these oils are equally or more ...200212410554
changes in volatile compounds of gamma-irradiated fresh cilantro leaves during cold storage.consumption of salsas and dishes containing cilantro has been linked to several recent outbreaks of food-borne illness due to contamination with human pathogens. ionizing irradiation can effectively eliminate food-borne pathogens from various vegetables including cilantro. however, the effect of irradiation on aroma of fresh cilantro is unknown. this study was conducted to investigate the effect of irradiation on volatile compounds of fresh cilantro leaves. fresh cilantro leaves (coriandrum sati ...200212475280
a simple method to screen cilantro and parsley for fecal indicator viruses.a protocol has been developed to process cilantro and parsley samples for male-specific coliphages. coliphage recovery depended on the duration of peptone rinsing, and whether the products were intact or cut. after 60 min of rinsing with 0.1% peptone, 78% of spiked coliphages were recovered from intact cilantro samples, and 60% of the spiked coliphages were recovered from cut cilantro samples. the protocol was field tested on a limited scale using cilantro and parsley samples from six retail out ...200312929848
a patient with mrsa infection to prosthesis of femoral head diagnosed non-invasively using bi-digital o-ring test: a clinical case report.prosthesis of femoral head is a common surgical procedure, but the diagnosis of infection associated with the prosthesis remains difficult. we diagnosed non-invasively methicillin resistant staphylococcus aureus (mrsa) infection of prosthesis of femoral head with bi-digital o-ring test (bdort). bdort uses the resonance phenomenon between 2 identical substances, and electromagnetic field principle. the method can non-invasively detect viral & bacterial infection. accuracy of the bdort findings wa ...200312934960
element analysis and biological studies on ten oriental spices using xrf and ames test.ten oriental spices were analyzed for their element composition using x-ray fluorescence (xrf): nutmeg (myristica fragrans), coriander (coriandrum sativum), safflower (carthamus tinctorius), caraway (carum carvi), sicilian sumac (rhus coriaria), aniseed (anisum vulgare), black pepper (piper nigrum), cardamom (elettaria cardamomum), cumin (cuminum cyminum) and nigella (nigella sativum). the spices were found to contain the following elements: mg, al, si, p, s, cl, k, ca, ti, mn, fe, cu and zn, wi ...200314531636
the importance of bi-digital o-ring test in the treatment of multiple hepatic abscesses: a case history.the bi-digital o-ring test has been very useful in the identification of bacterial and viral infections, as well as other etiological agents, in difficult clinical cases. case report of a patient with multiple hepatic abscesses (pylephlebitis induced hepatic abscess is the most difficult abscess to treat), in which the etiological agent was suggested through bi-digital o-ring test with excellent clinical evolution after modification of previously ineffective multi anti-microbial treatment is pre ...200314998058
antibacterial activity of coriander volatile compounds against salmonella choleraesuis.aliphatic (2e)-alkenals and alkanals characterized from the fresh leaves of the coriander coriandrum sativum l. (umbelliferae) were found to possess bactericidal activity against salmonella choleraesuis ssp. choleraesuis atcc 35640. (2e)-dodecenal (c(12)) was the most effective against this food-borne bacterium with the minimum bactericidal concentration (mbc) of 6.25 microg/ml (34 microm), followed by (2e)-undecenal (c(11)) with an mbc of 12.5 microg/ml (74 microm). the time-kill curve study sh ...200415161192
antimutagenicity of coriander (coriandrum sativum) juice on the mutagenesis produced by plant metabolites of aromatic amines.aromatic amines are metabolically activated into mutagenic compounds by both animal and plant systems. the 4-nitro-o-phenylenediamine (nop) is a well-known direct-acting mutagen whose mutagenic potential can be enhanced by plant metabolism; m-phenylenediamine (m-pda) is converted to mutagenic products detected by the salmonella typhimurium ta98 strain, and 2-aminofluorene (2-af) is the plant-activated promutagen most extensively studied. plant cells activate both 2-af and m-pda into potent mutag ...200415451560
alternative anaerobic enrichments to the bacteriological analytical manual culture method for isolation of shigella sonnei from selected types of fresh produce.alternative methods of reducing oxygen during anaerobic enrichment in the bacteriological analytical manual (bam) shigella culture method were evaluated and compared to the current and less practical gaspak method. the alternative anaerobic methods included the use of reducing agents in shigella broth and reducing culture container headspace volume to minimize atmospheric effects on oxygen concentration in shigella broth during enrichment. the reducing agents evaluated were sodium thioglycollate ...200415493668
irradiation and chlorination effectively reduces escherichia coli o157:h7 inoculated on cilantro (coriandrum sativum) without negatively affecting quality.cilantro (coriandrum sativum) inoculated with escherichia coli o157:h7 at levels approximating 10(7) cfu/g was dipped in 200 ppm chlorine solution followed by low-dose gamma irradiation. samples were plated on tryptic soy agar containing 50 microg/ml nalidixic acid (tsan) as well as tsan plates with two 7-ml layers of basal yeast extract agar (tsan-tal). levels of e. coli o157:h7 recovered from both types of media were determined over 11 days. chlorination alone reduced counts by just over 1.0 l ...200415508616
antibacterial activity of coriandrum sativum l. and foeniculum vulgare miller var. vulgare (miller) essential oils.essential oils were extracted from the fruits of coriandrum sativum l. and foeniculum vulgare miller var. vulgare (miller) and assayed in vitro for antibacterial activity to escherichia coli and bacillus megaterium, bacteria routinely used for comparison in the antimicrobial assays, and 27 phytopathogenic bacterial species and two mycopathogenic ones responsible for cultivated mushroom diseases. a significant antibacterial activity, as determined with the agar diffusion method, was shown by c. s ...200415612768
comparative analysis of shigella boydii 18 foodborne outbreak isolate and related enteric bacteria: role of rpos and adia in acid stress response.shigella boydii cdph (chicago department of public health) serotype 18 was implicated in an outbreak of foodborne illness in 1998. the suspected food vehicles were parsley and cilantro imported from mexico used to prepare bean salad. previous studies revealed that s. boydii cdph serotype 18 can survive in bean salad, which contains organic acids and whose ph decreases over time. acid challenge assays in acidified tryptic soy broth at ph 4.5, acidified luria-bertani broth at ph 4.5, and acidified ...200515771176
production of autoinducer 2 in salmonella enterica serovar thompson contributes to its fitness in chickens but not on cilantro leaf illness caused by salmonella enterica has been linked traditionally to poultry products but is associated increasingly with fresh fruits and vegetables. we have investigated the role of the production of autoinducer 2 (ai-2) in the ability of s. enterica serovar thompson to colonize the chicken intestine and the cilantro phyllosphere. a mutant of s. enterica serovar thompson that is defective in ai-2 production was constructed by insertional mutagenesis of luxs. the population size of ...200515870357
a field study of the microbiological quality of fresh produce.the centers for disease control and prevention has reported that foodborne disease outbreaks associated with fruits and vegetables increased during the past decade. this study was conducted to characterize the routes of microbial contamination in produce and to identify areas of potential contamination from production through postharvest handling. we report here the levels of bacterial indicator organisms and the prevalence of selected pathogens in produce samples collected from the southern uni ...200516161682
fates of seeded escherichia coli o157:h7 and salmonella on selected fresh culinary herbs during refrigerated storage.the fates of seeded escherichia coli o157:h7 and salmonella on selected fresh culinary herbs were evaluated at a refrigerated temperature (4 degrees c). fresh herbs, including cilantro, oregano, basil, chive, parsley, and rosemary, were inoculated with six-strain mixtures of e. coli o157:h7 and salmonella, and the microbial populations were monitored at 1, 5, 11, 16, 19, and 24 days. for both pathogens, a significant decrease in the population (p < 0.0001) occurred within the first 5 days of sto ...200616924931
antibacterial activities of emblica officinalis and coriandrum sativum against gram negative urinary pathogens.present investigation is focused on antibacterial potential of aqueous infusions and aqueous decoctions of emblica officinalis (amla) and coriandrum sativum (coriander) against 345 bacterial isolates belonging to 6 different genera of gram negative bacterial population isolated from urine specimens by employing well diffusion technique. aqueous infusion and decoction of emblica officinalis exhibited potent antibacterial activity against escherichia coli (270), klebsiella pneumoniae (51), k. ozae ...200717337425
study on beta-galactosidase enzymatic activity of herbal yogurt.different types of herbal yogurts were developed by mixing standardized milk with pretreated herbs, namely tulsi leaf (ocimum sanctum), pudina leaf (mentha arvensis) and coriander leaf (coriandrum sativum), with leaves separately and a 1:1 (v/v) mixture of the strains of lactic starter cultures---lactobacillus acidophilus (ncim 2903) and lactobacillus plantarum (ncim 2083)-followed by incubation at 40 degrees c for 6 h. the beta-galactosidase enzymatic activity of the abovementioned herbal yogur ...200817852503
microbial survey of selected ontario-grown fresh fruits and vegetables.recent produce-related outbreaks have been receiving heightened media coverage, which has increased public concern toward the safety of fresh fruits and vegetables. in response, the microbial contamination of ontario-grown fresh fruits and vegetables was evaluated by the ontario ministry of agriculture, food and rural affairs during the summer of 2004. prior to this survey, information specific to the microbial contamination of ontario-produced fruits and vegetables was limited. this nonregulato ...200718095445
nematicidal activity of plant essential oils and components from coriander (coriandrum sativum), oriental sweetgum (liquidambar orientalis), and valerian (valeriana wallichii) essential oils against pine wood nematode (bursaphelenchus xylophilus).commercial essential oils from 28 plant species were tested for their nematicidal activities against the pine wood nematode, bursaphelenchus xylophilus. good nematicidal activity against b. xylophilus was achieved with essential oils of coriander (coriandrum sativum), oriental sweetgum (liquidambar orientalis), and valerian (valeriana wallichii). analysis by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry led to the identification of 26, 11, and 4 major compounds from coriander (coriandrum sativum), orient ...200818605734
diversity of root associated microorganisms of selected medicinal plants and influence of rhizomicroorganisms on the antimicrobial property of coriandrum sativum.the total heterotrophic bacteria, actinomycetes and fungus were enumerated from the rhizosphere and non-rhizosphere soil of 50 selected locally available medicinal plants in and around bharathiar university. in all the plants, population of microorganism were higher in the rhizosphere soil than in the non rhizosphere soil. among the microorganisms, bacterial population was higher in number followed by fungus and actinomycetes. of the medicinal plants, the maximum rhizosphere effect was observed ...200818831345
safety assessment of coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) essential oil as a food ingredient.coriander essential oil is used as a flavor ingredient, but it also has a long history as a traditional medicine. it is obtained by steam distillation of the dried fully ripe fruits (seeds) of coriandrum sativum l. the oil is a colorless or pale yellow liquid with a characteristic odor and mild, sweet, warm and aromatic flavor; linalool is the major constituent (approximately 70%). based on the results of a 28 day oral gavage study in rats, a noel for coriander oil is approximately 160 mg/kg/day ...200919032971
coriander fruit exhibits gut modulatory, blood pressure lowering and diuretic activities.coriander (coriandrum sativum) is traditionally used for various gastrointestinal and cardiovascular disorders and this study was designed to rationalize its use in dyspepsia, abdominal colic, diarrhea, hypertension and as diuretic.200919146935
effect of coriander seed (coriandrum sativum l.) ethanol extract on insulin release from pancreatic beta cells in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) is grown as a spice crop all over the world. the seeds have been used to treat indigestion, diabetes, rheumatism and pain in the joints. in the present study, an ethanol extract of the seeds was investigated for effects on insulin release from the pancreatic beta cells in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats. blood samples were drawn from the retro-orbital sinus before and 1.5, 3 and 5 h after administration of the seed extract. serum glucose levels were determi ...200919003941
detection of yersinia enterocolitica in alfalfa, mung bean, cilantro, and mamey sapote (pouteria sapota) food matrices using dna microarray chip hybridization.four different food matrices (alfalfa, cilantro, mamey sapote, and mung bean) were contaminated with three different dilutions 10(6), 10(4), and 10(3) cfu/g of yersinia enterocolitica. dna was isolated from each food mix and used in chromosomal amplifications. the amplified dna was used as templates in single pcr reactions of the four genes (virf, ail, yst, and blaa) followed by mixing the four reactions for one pcr primer extension reaction. the presence and the limit of detection of four genes ...200919504157
prevalence of salmonella in vegetables from mexico.the present study is an overview of the role of vegetables as a transmission vehicle of salmonella in mexico. one hundred samples of each of 17 different vegetables were analyzed during a period of 18 months. salmonella was isolated from 98 samples. salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium was isolated from the highest percentage of samples with typeable salmonella isolates (23.9%), followed by s. enterica subsp. arizonae and salmonella choleraesuis each from 16.9%, salmonella gallinarum from 11. ...200919610340
[cloning of phzir from the endophytic pseudomonas sp. g5 and its expression in escherichia coli].we isolated a new strain of endophytic pseudomonas g5 from the stems of chinese parsley (coriandrum sativum l.), and it is tentatively identified as pseudomonas aurantiaca according to analysis of the entire substrate utilization profiles using biolog microstation system (biolog, inc, hayward ca). an array of evidence established that many gram-negative bacteria employ quorum sensing (qs) system to regulate gene expression in response to cell density using small diffusible signal molecules, n-ac ...200919777809
a small rna resembling the beet western yellows luteovirus st9-associated rna is a component of the california carrot motley dwarf complex.abstract virions were purified from anthriscus cerefolium or coriandrum sativum plants infected with the viruses that cause california carrot motley dwarf. sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis of virion preparations yielded a single prominent protein species of approximately 28,000 molecular weight; however, denaturing agarose gel electrophoresis showed that virions contained three prominent single-stranded rnas of approximately 5.6, 4.2, and 2.8 kb. northern hybridization a ...199818944986
the cholesterol lowering property of coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum): mechanism of action.coriandrum sativum (coriander) has been documented as a traditional treatment for cholesterol and diabetes patients. in the present study, coriander seeds incorporated into diet and the effect of the administration of coriander seeds on the metabolism of lipids was studied in rats, fed with high fat diet and added cholesterol. the seeds had a significant hypolipidemic action. in the experimental group of rats (tissue) the level of total cholesterol and triglycerides increased significantly there ...200818831331
potential of coriander (coriandrum sativum) oil as a natural antimicrobial compound in controlling campylobacter jejuni in raw meat.twelve essential oils were tested in vitro for antimicrobial activities against several strains of campylobacter jejuni, a pathogen causing food-borne diseases worldwide. using disk diffusion and minimal inhibitory concentration determination assays, we noted that coriander oil exhibited the strongest antimicrobial activity against all tested strains. the oil had a bactericidal effect on the target bacteria. in evaluating the antimicrobial potency of coriander oil against c. jejuni on beef and c ...201020057155
behavior of escherichia coli o157:h7 on damaged leaves of spinach, lettuce, cilantro, and parsley stored at abusive temperatures.recent foodborne illness outbreaks associated with the consumption of leafy green produce indicates a need for additional information on the behavior of pathogenic bacteria on these products. previous research indicates that pathogen growth and survival is enhanced by leaf damage. the objective of this study was to compare the behavior of escherichia coli o157:h7 on damaged leaves of baby romaine lettuce, spinach, cilantro, and parsley stored at three abusive temperatures (8, 12, and 15 degrees ...201020132665
acute diuretic effect of continuous intravenous infusion of an aqueous extract of coriandrum sativum l. in anesthetized rats.the present investigation was carried out to evaluate the acute diuretic activity of continuous intravenous infusion of an aqueous extract of the seed of coriandrum sativum l. apiaceae (coriander) in rats.200817961943
occurrence of n-phenylpropenoyl-l-amino acid amides in different herbal drugs and their influence on human keratinocytes, on human liver cells and on adhesion of helicobacter pylori to the human stomach.thirty commonly used medicinal plants were screened by a selective and specific lc-ms/ms method for the occurrence of n-phenylpropenoyl- l-amino acid amides, a new homologous class of secondary products. in 15 plants, one or more of the respective derivatives (1 to 12) were found and quantitated. especially roots from angelica archangelica, fruits of cassia angustifolia, c. senna, coriandrum sativum, leaves from hedera helix, flowers from lavandula spec. and from sambucus nigra contained high am ...200717295182
in vitro and in vivo anthelmintic activity of crude extracts of coriandrum sativum against haemonchus vitro anthelmintic activities of crude aqueous and hydro-alcoholic extracts of the seeds of coriandrum sativum (apiaceae) were investigated on the egg and adult nematode parasite haemonchus contortus. the aqueous extract of coriandrum sativum was also investigated for in vivo anthelmintic activity in sheep infected with haemonchus contortus. both extract types of coriandrum sativum inhibited hatching of eggs completely at a concentration less than 0.5 mg/ml. ed(50) of aqueous extract of coria ...200717113738
mutagenicity and safety evaluation of water extract of coriander sativum leaves.coriander has been used as a spice and medicinal plant for centuries. several studies have described its biological properties and some reports have indicated its pharmacological actions in some human pathology. however, data on its toxicity and metabolism are limited or null, and no research has been conducted with mammalian cells. the purpose of this study was to evaluate the mutagenicity and safety of coriandrum sativum extract. the mutagenic effects of c. sativum extract were evaluated by am ...201020492211
survival of salmonella and staphylococcus aureus in mexican red salsa in a food service setting.mexican red salsa is one of the most common side dishes in mexican cuisine. according to data on foodborne illnesses collected by the centers for disease control and prevention, salsa was associated with 70 foodborne illness outbreaks between 1990 and 2006. salsa ingredients such as tomatoes, cilantro, and onions often have been implicated in foodborne illness outbreaks. mexican-style restaurants commonly prepare a large batch of red salsa, store it at refrigeration temperatures, and then serve ...201020537270
evaluation of bioactivity of linalool-rich essential oils from ocimum basilucum and coriandrum sativum varieties.essential oils from ocimum basilicum l. and coriandrum sativum l. varieties originating from turkey were investigated for their antimicrobial properties. the antimicrobial effects of the oil varieties were evaluated by the disc diffusion and minimum inhibitory concentration (mic) methods against eight bacteria and three fungi. the compositions of the essential oils were analyzed and identified by gc and gc-ms. o. basilicum, c. sativum var. macrocarpum and var. microcarpum oils revealed the prese ...201020614837
cytotoxicity and gene induction by some essential oils in the yeast saccharomyces order to get an insight into the possible genotoxicity of essential oils (eos) used in traditional pharmacological applications we tested five different oils extracted from the medicinal plants origanum compactum, coriandrum sativum, artemisia herba alba, cinnamomum camphora (ravintsara aromatica) and helichrysum italicum (calendula officinalis) for genotoxic effects using the yeast saccharomyces cerevisiae. clear cytotoxic effects were observed in the diploid yeast strain d7, with the cells ...200515975845
comparison of chromogenic biolog rainbow agar shigella/aeromonas with xylose lysine desoxycholate agar for isolation and detection of shigella spp. from foods.shigella outbreaks are widely reported throughout the world. however, it remains a challenge to isolate shigella spp. from foods by using conventional microbiological media. the main objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of a novel chromogenic medium, rainbow agar shigella/aeromonas (rainbow agar), for the isolation and detection of shigella spp. in foods. all four shigella species, s. sonnei, s. flexneri, s. dysenteriae, and s. boydii, were studied. rainbow agar was compare ...201020819355
development of a multiplex real-time pcr assay with internal amplification control for the detection of shigella species and enteroinvasive escherichia coli.shigella species, particularly s. sonnei and s. flexneri, remain some of the leading bacterial etiological agents of gastrointestinal diseases in the united states and globally. the isolation and detection of these foodborne pathogens are critical for preventing the spread of disease and facilitating epidemiological investigations aimed at determining the source of a shigella infection outbreak. a multiplex real-time pcr-based assay was developed that targets all four species of shigella plus en ...201020828467
comparative antioxidant activity study of some commonly used spices in bangladesh.many spices have been shown to impart an antioxidative effect in foods. this study summarized the literature on the antioxidative effects of spices. the term spice is defined as dry plant material that is normally added to food to impart flavor. the methanolic crude extracts of allium sativum, coriandrum sativum, cuminum cyminum, zingiber officinale, cinnamomum verum, elettaria cardamomum and cinnamomum tamala were screened for their free radical scavenging properties using ascorbic acid as stan ...201020836290
[pesticide detection in costarican vegetables based on the inhibition of serum and erythrocytic human cholinesterases].a simple and low cost method able to detect the presence of pesticides, organophosphates and carbamates based on the inhibition of serum and erythrocytic cholinesterases, was used in lettuce (lactuca sativa), cilantro (coriandum santivum) and celery (apium graveolens) obtained from the ferias del agricultor from valle central of costa rica. the percentage inhibition of cholinesterases is related to the presence of plaguicide in the vegetable. thirteen percent of the analyzed samples were positiv ...200415969271
detection of cryptosporidium parvum oocysts on fresh vegetables and 1 herbs using antibodies specific for a cryptosporidium parvum viral antigen.the purpose of this study was to determine if the viral symbiont of cryptosporidium parvum (cpv) sporozoites could be used as a target for sensitive detection of the parasite in food samples. polyclonal sera specific to the recombinant viral capsid protein (rcpv40) was used in a dot blot hybridization assay to detect oocysts recovered from green onions and cilantro. small batches of chopped green onions and cilantro leaves were artificially contaminated with three different concentrations of ooc ...200515895749
herbicidal activity of volatiles from coriander, winter savory, cotton lavender, and thyme isolated by hydrodistillation and supercritical fluid extraction.the volatiles from coriandrum sativum l., satureja montana l., santolina chamaecyparissus l., and thymus vulgaris l. were isolated by hydrodistillation (essential oil) and supercritical fluid extraction (volatile oil). their effect on seed germination and root and shoot growth of the surviving seedlings of four crops ( zea mays l., triticum durum l., pisum sativum l., and lactuca sativa l.) and two weeds ( portulaca oleracea l. and vicia sativa l.) was investigated and compared with those of two ...201020886818
binding of virus-like particles of norwalk virus to romaine lettuce veins.noroviruses (nov) annually cause millions of cases of gastrointestinal disease in the united states. nov are associated with raw shellfish outbreaks, particularly oysters, which are thought to bioaccumulate nov particles during the filter-feeding process. nov outbreaks, however, have also been known to occur from other common-source food-borne vehicles, such as lettuce, frozen raspberries, and salad. in this study, we evaluated romaine lettuce as a potential vehicle for nov transmission by testi ...201021037300
the effect of preparation of cebiche on the survival of enterotoxigenic escherichia coli, aeromonas hydrophila, and vibrio parahaemolyticus.cebiche is a common dish in latin america, prepared using raw fish mixed with vegetables and marinated with lime juice. the acidity of the lime juice is commonly believed to destroy bacteria and render cebiche as safe to eat. little data exist concerning rates of cebiche-associated gastroenteritis outbreaks, although these may be high given the popularity of the dish.201021050320
a prolonged outbreak of salmonella montevideo infections associated with multiple locations of a restaurant chain in phoenix, arizona, outbreak of salmonella serotype montevideo infections associated with multiple locations of restaurant chain a in phoenix, az, was identified in july 2008. one infected individual reported eating at a chain a catered luncheon where others fell ill; we conducted a cohort study among attendees to identify the vehicle. food and environmental samples collected at six chain a locations were cultured for salmonella. restaurant inspection results were compared among 18 chain a locations. routine sur ...201021067674
coriandrum sativum: evaluation of its anxiolytic effect in the elevated plus-maze.the clinical applications of benzodiazepines as anxiolytics are limited by their unwanted side effects. therefore, the development of new pharmacological agents is well justified. among medicinal plants, coriandrum sativum l. has been recommended for relief of anxiety and insomnia in iranian folk medicine. nevertheless, no pharmacological studies have thus far evaluated its effects on central nervous system. therefore, the aim of this study was to examine if the aqueous extract of coriandrum sat ...200515619553
hypolipidemic effect of coriandrum sativum l. in triton-induced hyperlipidemic the biphasic model of triton-induced hyperlipidemia, c. sativum at a dose of 1g/kg body weight reduced cholesterol and triglycerides levels in both synthesis and excretory phases in rats, and the results were comparable with that of liponil, a commercially available herbal hypolipidemic drug. the results suggest that coriander decreases the uptake and enhances the breakdown of lipids. from the study it can be assumed that coriander has the potential to be popularized as a household herbal rem ...200415462185
application of a molecular beacon-real-time pcr technology to detect salmonella species contaminating fruits and oligonucleotide probe that becomes fluorescent upon hybridization to the target dna (molecular beacon; mb) was evaluated in a real-time polymerase chain reaction (pcr) assay to detect the presence of salmonella species. as few as 1-4 colony-forming units (cfu) per pcr reaction could be detected. the capability of the assay to detect salmonella species from artificially inoculated fresh-cut produce such as cantaloupe, mixed-salad, cilantro, and alfalfa sprouts was demonstrated. a comparison of ...200415282130
antibacterial activity of natural spices on multiple drug resistant escherichia coli isolated from drinking water, bangladesh.spices traditionally have been used as coloring agents, flavoring agents, preservatives, food additives and medicine in bangladesh. the present work aimed to find out the antimicrobial activity of natural spices on multi-drug resistant escherichia coli isolates.201121406097
antimicrobial activity of plant essential oils against bacterial and fungal species involved in food poisoning and/or food decay.the currative properties of aromatic and medicinal plants have been recognized since ancient times and, more recently, the antimicrobial activity of plant essential oils has been used in several applications, including food preservation. the purpose of this study was to create directly comparable, quantitative data on the antimicrobial activity of some plant essential oils prepared in the national institute of research-development for chemistry and petrochemistry, bucharest to be used for the fu ...201021462837
effect of polyherbal formulation on experimental models of inflammatory bowel diseases.a polyherbal ayurvedic formulation from an ancient authentic classical text of ayurveda was evaluated for its activity against inflammatory bowel disease (ibd). the polyherbal formulation contained four different drugs viz., bilwa (aegle marmeloes), dhanyak (coriandrum sativum), musta (cyperus rotundus) and vala (vetiveria zinzanioids). the formulation has been tried before in clinical practice and was found to be useful in certain number of cases of ibd (ulcerative colitis), so was tried in the ...200415013181
antimicrobial activity against bacteria with dermatological relevance and skin tolerance of the essential oil from coriandrum sativum l. fruits.the aim of this work was to determine the antibacterial activity of essential coriander oil (eco) on bacteria with dermatological relevance and to assess the skin tolerance of antimicrobial effective eco concentrations. essential coriander oil was tested on clinical isolates of different bacteria species, all of which may cause superficial skin infections. antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed using a standardized macrodilution test. essential coriander oil showed good antibacterial ...201121815228
comparison of real-time pcr, reverse transcriptase real-time pcr, loop-mediated isothermal amplification and fda conventional microbiological method for the detection of salmonella spp. in produce.contamination of foods, especially produce, with salmonella spp. is a major concern for public health. several methods are available for the detection of salmonella in produce but their relative efficiency for detecting salmonella in commonly consumed vegetables, often associated with outbreaks of food poisoning, needs to be confirmed. in this study, the effectiveness of three molecular methods for detection of salmonella in six produce matrices was evaluated and compared to the fda microbiologi ...201121803916
caprylic acid in the effective treatment of intractable medical problems of frequent urination, incontinence, chronic upper respiratory infection, root canalled tooth infection, als, etc., caused by asbestos & mixed infections of candida albicans, helicobacter pylori & cytomegalovirus with or without other microorganisms & mercury.there are many causes of frequent urination. whenever water or fluids are consumed, the patient has to urinate within 10 or 20 min. often urinary bladder examinations & blood tests show no significant abnormalities, & treatment by anti-bacterial or anti-viral agents does not improve the symptoms significantly. in intractable frequent urination with difficulty holding urine, as well as other intractable medical problems such as frequent coughing, white pus in gingiva, infection of the apex of a r ...201121830350
antimicrobial activity of individual and mixed fractions of dill, cilantro, coriander and eucalyptus essential oils.essential oils from dill (anethum graveolens l.), coriander (seeds of coriandrum sativum l.), cilantro (leaves of immature c. sativum l.) and eucalyptus (eucalyptus dives) were separated into heterogeneous mixtures of components by fractional distillation and were analyzed by gas chromatography-mass spectroscopy. minimum inhibitory concentrations against gram-positive bacteria, gram-negative bacteria and saccharomyces cerevisiae were determined for the crude oils and their fractions. essential o ...200211929164
metabolic activation of three arylamines and two organophosphorus insecticides by coriander (coriandrum sativum) a common edible vegetable.organophosphorus insecticides and arylamines, widely distributed in the environment, can be activated into mutagens by plants. plant activation of three aromatic amines, 4-nitro-o-phenylenediamine (nop), m-phenylenediamine (m-pda) and 2-aminofluorene (2af), and two organophosphorus insecticides, dimethoate and methyl parathion has been the focus of this study. the plant cell/microbe coincubation assay was used employing coriander (coriandrum sativum) suspended cell cultures as the activating sys ...200111701221
coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) essential oil: its antibacterial activity and mode of action evaluated by flow cytometry.the aim of this work was to study the antibacterial effect of coriander (coriandrum sativum) essential oil against gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria. antibacterial susceptibility was evaluated using classical microbiological techniques concomitantly with the use of flow cytometry for the evaluation of cellular physiology. our results showed that coriander oil has an effective antimicrobial activity against all bacteria tested. also, coriander oil exhibited bactericidal activity against al ...201121862758
an outbreak of salmonella serotype thompson associated with fresh outbreak of salmonella serotype thompson in california was identified through laboratory-based surveillance and investigated with case-control, traceback, and laboratory studies. there were 35 "sporadic" cases and a restaurant-associated outbreak of 41 cases with onset between 6 march and 31 march 1999. three case patients were hospitalized. a case-control study found a significant association between illness and eating cilantro at a restaurant (63% of case patients vs. 34% of control subject ...200111237818
coriandrum sativum--effect on lipid metabolism in 1,2-dimethyl hydrazine induced colon cancer.the biochemical effect of coriander seeds on lipid parameters in 1,2-dimethyl hydrazine (dmh) induced colon cancer in rats were studied. the study shows that the concentrations of cholesterol and cholesterol to phospholipid ratio decreased while the level of phospholipid increased significantly in the dmh control group compared to the spice administered group. fecal dry weight, fecal neutral sterols and bile acids showed a sharp increase in the coriander-fed group compared with the dmh administe ...200010940583
adipose tissue triacylglycerols of rats are modulated differently by dietary isomeric octadecenoic acids from coriander oil and high oleic sunflower oil.earlier feeding studies of rats revealed that petroselinic acid [18:1(n-12)] from triacylglycerols of coriander (coriandrum sativum) oil is extensively incorporated into the lipids of heart and liver and metabolized via beta-oxidation and chain elongation. we report here the composition and stereospecific distribution of acyl moieties, particularly isomeric octadecenoyl moieties, in adipose tissue triacylglycerols of male weaned wistar rats fed diets containing, in addition to 20 g corn oil/kg f ...199910573551
hypolipidemic effect of coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum): mechanism of action.the effect of the administration of coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum) on the metabolism of lipids was studied in rats fed a high fat diet with added cholesterol. the spice had a significant hypolipidemic action. the levels of total cholesterol and triglycerides decreased significantly in the tissues of the animals of the experimental group which received coriander seeds. significant increases in beta-hydroxy, beta-methyl glutaryl coa reductase and plasma lecithin cholesterol acyl transferase ...19979527351
Studies on antimicrobial activities of solvent extracts of different spices.The antimicrobial activities of the ethyl acetate, acetone and methanol extract of 12 plant species were studied. The extract of Capsicum annuum (red pepper) (fruit) Zingiber officinale (ginger) (root), Cuminum cyminum (cumin), Alpinia ficinarum (galingale), Coriandrum sativum (coriander), Cinnamomun zeylanicum Nees (cinnamomun), Origanum onites L. (thyme), Folium sennae (senna), Eugenia caryophyllata (cloves), Flos tiliae (lime), Folium menthae crispae (peppermint) and Piper nigrum (blackpepper ...201121882663
In-vitro antimicrobial activity and synergistic/antagonistic effect of interactions between antibiotics and some spice essential oils.Spices and herbs have been used for many years by different cultures. The aim of the present study is (1) to investigate in-vitro antimicrobial effects of different spices and herbs (5 species: Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary), Coriandrum sativum (coriander), Micromeria fruticosa (L.) Druce subsp. Brachycalyx P.H. Davis (White micromeria), Cumium cyminum (cumin), Mentha piperita (Peppermint) against different bacteria and fungi species, and (2) to discuss the in-vitro possible effects between t ...201121888227
influence of spices on protein utilisation of winged bean (psophocarpus tetragonolobus) and horsegram (dolichos biflorus).the influence of a mixture of eleven spices commonly consumed in india on the utilisation of protein from boiled winged bean (psophocarpus tetragonolobus) and horsegram (dolichos biflorus) was studied at 10 and 20 percent level of protein intake in experimental rats. spices used in the mixture include red chillies (capsicum annum), black pepper (piper nigrum), coriander (coriandrum sativum), cumin (cuminum cyminum), garlic (allium sativum), ajowan (carum copticum), turmeric (curcuma longa), cara ...19947855088
efficacy of a local-drug delivery gel containing extracts of quercus brantii and coriandrum sativum as an adjunct to scaling and root planing in moderate chronic periodontitis patients.recent advances in the field of alternative medicine introduced various herbal products for the treatment of periodontitis. the purpose of this study was to evaluate the effects of combined extracts from quercus brantii and coriandrum sativum on periodontal indices in adult periodontitis patients.201425114940
the salmonella transcriptome in lettuce and cilantro soft rot reveals a niche overlap with the animal host intestine.fresh vegetables have been recurrently associated with salmonellosis outbreaks, and salmonella contamination of retail produce has been correlated positively with the presence of soft rot disease. we observed that population sizes of salmonella enterica serovar typhimurium sl1344 increased 56-fold when inoculated alone onto cilantro leaves, versus 2,884-fold when coinoculated with dickeya dadantii, a prevalent pathogen that macerates plant tissue. a similar trend in s. enterica populations was o ...201323104408
petroselinic acid from dietary triacylglycerols reduces the concentration of arachidonic acid in tissue lipids of rats.studies in vitro have revealed that triacylglycerols containing petroselinoyl [18:1(n-12)] moieties are hydrolyzed by pancreatic lipase at much lower rates than other triacylglycerols. to assess the lipolysis and absorption in vivo of such unusual triacylglycerols, diets containing 120 g seed oil triacylglycerols of coriander (coriandrum sativum) per kg diet at a level of 72 g 18:1(n-12) moieties/100 g oil were fed to a group of weaned male wistar rats without restriction for a period of 10 wk. ...19957782911
effect of the surfactant tween 80 on the detachment and dispersal of salmonella enterica serovar thompson single cells and aggregates from cilantro leaves as revealed by image analysis.salmonella enterica has the ability to form biofilms and large aggregates on produce surfaces, including on cilantro leaves. aggregates of s. enterica serovar thompson that remained attached to cilantro leaves after rigorous washing and that were present free or bound to dislodged leaf tissue in the wash suspension were observed by confocal microscopy. measurement of s. thompson population sizes in the leaf washes by plate counts failed to show an effect of 0.05% tween 80 on the removal of the p ...201424907336
cilantro microbiome before and after nonselective pre-enrichment for salmonella using 16s rrna and metagenomic sequencing.salmonella enterica is a common cause of foodborne gastroenteritis in the united states and is associated with outbreaks in fresh produce such as cilantro. salmonella culture-based detection methods are complex and time consuming, and improvments to increase detection sensitivity will benefit consumers. in this study, we used 16s rrna sequencing to determine the microbiome of cilantro. we also investigated changes to the microbial community prior to and after a 24-hour nonselective pre-enrichmen ...201526264042
post-coital antifertility activity of the seeds of coriandrum sativum in rats.effect of the aqueous extract of fresh coriander (coriandrum sativum) seeds has been studied on female fertility in rats. parameters included effects on oestrus cycle, implantation, foetal loss, abortion, teratogenicity and serum progesterone levels on days 5, 12 and 20 of the pregnancy. the extract at doses of 250 and 500 mg/kg orally produced a dose-dependent significant anti-implantation effect, but failed to produce complete infertility. treatment of animals during day-8 to day-12 and day-12 ...19873437767
influence of spices on utilization of sorghum and chickpea protein.influence of eight common indian spices on the protein quality of sorghum and chickpea was studied. spices used include red chillies (capsicum annum), black pepper (piper nigrum), coriander seeds (coriandrum sativum) cumin seeds (cuminum cyminum), garlic (allium sativum), asafoetida (ferula foetida), dry ginger (zingiber officinale) and ajowan (carum copticum). addition of spices did not affect protein digestibility (td) of sorghum. the bv of all sorghum diets with spices was higher than that of ...19911924191
screening of antioxidant properties of seven umbelliferae fruits from iran.antioxidative activities (ic(50)) of ethanol extracts from seven umbelliferae fruits (bunium persicum, coriandrum sativum, cuminum cyminum, foeniculum vulgare, heracleum persicum, pimpinella anisum and trachyspermum copticum) have been studied by the dpph (2,2'-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl) radical scavenging test. all the studied extracts showed antioxidant capability and p. anisum extract exhibited the strongest activity. the scavenging activity of the extracts in decreasing order was: p. anisum> ...200919168417
chemical composition and insecticidal activity of essential oil from coriandrum sativum seeds against tribolium confusum and callosobruchus maculatus.the biological activity of essential oil extracted from coriander, coriandrum sativum l. (apiaceae), seeds against adults of tribolium confusum duval (coleoptera: tenebrionidae) and callosobruchus maculatus f. (coleoptera: bruchidae) was investigated in a series of laboratory experiments. fumigant toxicity was assessed at 27 ± 1°c and 65 ± 5% r.h., in dark condition. dry seeds of the plant were subject to hydrodistillation using a clevenger-type apparatus. the composition of essential oil was an ...201223227365
study of the major essential oil compounds of coriandrum sativum against acinetobacter baumannii and the effect of linalool on adhesion, biofilms and quorum sensing.acinetobacter baumannii is a pathogen that has the ability to adhere to surfaces in the hospital environment and to form biofilms which are increasingly resistant to antimicrobial agents. the aim of this work was to study the antimicrobial activity of the major oil compounds of coriandrum sativum against a. baumannii. the effect of linalool on planktonic cells and biofilms of a. baumannii on different surfaces, as well as its effect on adhesion and quorum sensing was evaluated. from all the comp ...201626901586
synergistic activity of coriander oil and conventional antibiotics against acinetobacter this study we investigated the existence of synergistic antibacterial effect between coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) essential oil and six different antibacterial drugs (cefoperazone, chloramphenicol, ciprofloxacin, gentamicin, tetracycline and piperacillin). the antibacterial activity of coriander oil was assessed using microdilution susceptibility testing and synergistic interaction by checkerboard assays. the association of coriander essential oil with chloramphenicol, ciprofloxacin, gen ...201222240078
antibacterial activity of phyllantus emblica, coriandrum sativum, culinaris medic, lawsonia alba and cucumis sativus.present study deals with the demonstration of the antibacterial activity of very common medicinal plants of pakistani origin i.e., phyllantus emblica, coriandrum sativum, culinaris medic, lawsonia alba and cucumis sativus. the extracts were prepared in crude form by the use of hydro-alcoholic solution and were screened for antibacterial activity against various bacterial species by disk diffusion method. assay was performed using clinical isolates of b. cereus, s. aureus, p. aeruginosa and e. co ...201324147363
the science of salsa: antimicrobial properties of salsa components to learn scientific methodology.most ethnic foods and cooking practices have incorporated the use of spices and other food additives. many common spices have crossed cultural boundaries and appear in multiple ethnic cuisines. recent studies have demonstrated that many of these ingredients possess antimicrobial properties against common food spoilage microorganisms. we developed a laboratory exercise that promotes the use of scientific methodology to evaluate the effectiveness of salsa components at inhibiting the growth of und ...200923653684
alternative treatment of vaginal infections – in vitro antimicrobial and toxic effects of coriandrum sativum l. and thymus vulgaris l. essential oils.the aims of study were to examine the antibacterial potential of two commercial essential oils (eos) from coriander (coriandrum sativum l.) and thyme (thymus vulgaris l.) against vaginal clinical strains of bacteria and yeast and their chemical composition.201526109513
comparison of essential oil composition and antimicrobial activity of coriandrum sativum l. extracted by hydrodistillation and microwave-assisted hydrodistillation.coriander (coriandrum sativum l.), is an annual herb in the apiaceae family which disperses in mediterranean and middle eastern regions. the coriander essential oil has been used in food products, perfumes, cosmetics and pharmaceutical industries for its flavor and odor. in iran, fruits of coriander used in pickle, curry powders, sausages, cakes, pastries, biscuits and buns. the aim of this study was to investigate microwave radiation effects on quality, quantity and antimicrobial activity of es ...201525829632
protective effects of coriandrum sativum extracts on carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatotoxicity in rats.oxidative damage is implicated in the pathogenesis of various liver injuries. the study was aimed to investigate the antioxidant activity of coriandrum sativum on ccl(4) treated oxidative stress in wistar albino rats. ccl(4) injection induced oxidative stress by a significant rise in serum marker enzymes and thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (tbars) along with the reduction of antioxidant enzymes. in serum, the activities of enzymes like alp, acp and protein and bilirubin were evaluated. p ...200919146910
action of essential oils from brazilian native and exotic medicinal species on oral biofilms.essential oils (eo) obtained from twenty medicinal and aromatic plants were evaluated for their antimicrobial activity against the oral pathogens candida albicans, fusobacterium nucleatum, porphyromonas gingivalis, streptococcus sanguis and streptococcus mitis.201425407737
[prevalence of listeria monocytogenes in fresh tomatoes (lycopersicum esculentum) and coriander (coriandrum sativum) in three markets of valencia, venezuela].the incidence of l. monocytogenes in tomatoes and coriander obtained from three different markets, during eight weeks were determined. 192 samples were evaluated: 96 of tomatoes, and 96 of coriander. the isolation of l. monocytogenes was performed using covenin 3718:2001. the data were analyzed by spss version 12.0. kolmogorov smirnov, mann whitney u, kruskal wallis u test; spearman's correlation were applied, and p<0.05 significance level was aplied. it was not found significant differences bet ...200919886518
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