LEISHMANICIDAL ACTIVITY OF FLAVONOIDS NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC: A MINIREVIEW.

  • Giani Maria Cavalcante Institute of Technology of Pernambuco http://orcid.org/0000-0002-0143-3364
  • Amanda Evanile da Silva Cabral University Center Mauricio de Nassau
  • Camila Cassia Silva University Center Mauricio de Nassau

Abstract

Introduction: The Flavonoids are derivatives constituted of phenolic and are classified according to substitutions of pyran rings, are present in plants and your biological, pharmacological and medicinal properties were broadly registered. Objective: the aim of study was realized a mini review about leishmanicidal activity of flavonoids isolated of vegetable and synthesized. Methods: the review was conducted used four databases which included SciFinder®, MEDLINE-PubMed, Web of Science and LILACS, used different combinations of the keywords. Results: A total of 1.366 abstracts were identified in databases and according the inclusion and exclusion criteria 24 papers were selected to systematic review and your analysis showed that the leishmanicidal activity was performed with 41 isolated flavonoids of vegetal resource and 23 synthesized flavonoids. 

Author Biographies

Giani Maria Cavalcante, Institute of Technology of Pernambuco
Laboratory of Biotechnology - Institute of Technology of Pernambuco.
Amanda Evanile da Silva Cabral, University Center Mauricio de Nassau
Biomedicine
Camila Cassia Silva, University Center Mauricio de Nassau
Biomedicine

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Published
2018-02-03
How to Cite
Cavalcante, G. M., Cabral, A. E. da S., & Silva, C. C. (2018). LEISHMANICIDAL ACTIVITY OF FLAVONOIDS NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC: A MINIREVIEW. Mintage Journal of Pharmaceutical and Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2320-3315), 25-34. Retrieved from http://mjpms.in/index.php/mjpms/article/view/317