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Brucellosis: Pathophysiology and new promising treatments with medicinal plants and natural antioxidants

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(2018) Brucellosis: Pathophysiology and new promising treatments with medicinal plants and natural antioxidants. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. pp. 597-608. ISSN 1995-7645

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Brucellosis is an old, infectious and common zoonosis whose causative agents are Gramnegative bacteria from the Brucella genus. Brucellosis is transmitted through direct contact with infected animals or using unpasteurized dairy products of goats, pigs, camels, sheep, buffalo and cows. Brucellosis is still the most common zoonosis in the world, with most of cases occurring in developing countries. Today, an approach to traditional medicine and medicinal plants, especially with regards to the repeated recommendations of the World Health Organization, is a necessity. One-third of chemical drugs are produced by using plants and there is a high potential to produce more drugs from plants. Medicinal plants are helpful in the management of various conditions, especially bacterial diseases. Although there is not enough scientific evidence regarding the clinical effectiveness of herbal drugs for the treatment of brucellosis, there is strong evidence on the antimicrobial effects of herbal drugs to prevent infection. Therefore, this article seeks to describe the antibacterial effects of some plant-derived essential oils or extracts, so that they can serve as promising choices to develop new anti-Brucella medications, as suitable alternatives to conventional antibiotics for brucellosis, as much as possible, taking into account the benefits of these herbal drugs.

Item Type: Article
Azarbaijani, K.UNSPECIFIED
Rafieian-Kopaei, M.UNSPECIFIED
Keywords: Brucellosis Undulant fever Malta fever Herbal drugs Phytotherapy Antioxidant zataria-multiflora boiss. lamiaceae essential oils ziziphus-spina-christi antibacterial activity berberis-integerrima chemical-composition quercus-brantii risk-factors extracts l. Public, Environmental & Occupational Health Tropical Medicine
Page Range: pp. 597-608
Journal or Publication Title: Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine
Journal Index: ISI
Volume: 11
Number: 11
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ISSN: 1995-7645
Depositing User: مهندس مهدی شریفی

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