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    • Activity of East African Medicinal Plants against Helicobacter pylori 

      Fabry, W.; Okemo, P. O.; Ansorg, Rainer (Pubmed, 1996-09)
      The activity of extracts from the East African medicinal plants Entada abyssinica (stem bark), Terminalia spinosa (young branches), Harrisonia abyssinica (roots), Ximenia caffra (roots), Azadirachta indica (leaves and stem ...
    • Antibacterial activity of East African medicinal plants 

      Fabry, W.; Okemo, P. O.; Ansorg, R. (Science Direct, 1998-02)
      In an ethnopharmacological survey, extracts of the six East African medicinal plants Entada abyssinica (stem bark), Terminalia spinosa (young branches), Harrisonia abyssinica (roots), Ximenia caffra (roots), Azadirachta ...
    • Fungistatic and fungicidal activity of east African medicinal plants 

      Fabry, W.; Okemo, P. O.; Ansorg, R. (Pubmed, 1996-01)
      Extracts of the traditionally used medicinal plants Entada abyssinica (stem bark), Terminalia spinosa (young branches), Harrisonia abyssinica (roots), Ximenia caffra (roots), Azadirachta indica (stem bark), Zanha africana ...
    • Susceptibility of Helicobacter pylori and Candida spp. to the east African plant Terminalia spinosa. 

      Okemo, P. O.; Mwatha, W. E.; Chhabra, S. C.; Ansorg, R.; Fabry, W. (PubMed, 1996-05)
      Trees of the genus Terminalia have long been used in the traditional medicine of Kenya (East Africa). In an ethnopharmacological approach, extracts of the stem bark of Terminalia spinosa were investigated for antibacterial ...