Asphodelus microcarpus. Taxonomy. Family. Liliaceae. Genus. Asphodelus. Species. microcarpus. Distribution. Mediterranean area, Africa, Macaronesia, North. Asphodelus microcarpus is a common Mediterranean plant, which is wildly found in Jordan. Chemical analysis of the rhizome revealed the presence of. Asphodelus microcarpus. Liliaceae. anthraquinones. chrysophanol. aloe-emodin . bichrysophanol. 1,8-dihydroxyanthraquinone. chrysopahnolmono-β-d-.

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Inhibition of luciferase expression was indicated as percentage of induced control. To evaluate the antimicrobial profile of AE, 13 different microbial strains have been used.

Asian Pac J Trop Med. Midrocarpus from ” https: The relative light units measured were normalized as the fold activity of the unstimulated control.

Associated Data Data Availability Statement The datasets supporting the conclusion of this article are included within the manuscript. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. It was planted on gravesand is often connected with Persephonewho appears crowned with a garland of asphodels. Methods Antimicrobial and antibiofilm activities of leaves ethanol extract of A.

No activity was detected against yeasts data not shown. Biologically active secondary metabolites fromAsphodelus microcarpus.

Support Center Support Center. The phenolic compounds present in the samples were identified according to their UV and mass spectra and by comparison with commercial standards, when available.


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Asphodelus is a genus of asphpdelus perennial plants first described for modern science in By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Characterization of the inhibitory effect of an extract of Prunella vulgaris on Ebola virus glycoprotein GP -mediated virus entry and infection.

Asphodelus ramosus is native to the Mediterranean region of southern Europenorthern Africaand the Middle East. The roots were eaten by the poorer Greeks; hence such food was thought good enough for the shades. Microbial strains To evaluate the antimicrobial profile of AE, 13 different microbial strains have been used.

Asphodelus microcarpus

The VP35 reverting activity, along with the fact that A. Published online Jul Intrinsic and extrinsic regulation of innate immune receptors.

Sharma SB, Gupta R. Recently, antimicrobial activity of areal part of A. Data collected set the bases for further studies for the identification of single active components and the development of new pharmaceuticals. Asphodelus microcarpusPlant extract, Antibiotics, Biofilm, Miicrocarpus activity, Antiviral response, Ebola virus.

This result suggests that AE is able to counteract the biofilm formation by the probable presence of anti-attachment or quorum quenching asphodeus [ 44 ].


Table 1 Antibacterial profile of A. Moreover, cichoric acid and cumaril exosa malic acid were not present in flowers extract. Pollen morphology of Asphodelus L. Antibacterial activity of Asphodelin lutea and Asphodelus Microcarpus against Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus isolates. Several studies were performed in order to verify its antimicrobial activity [ 30 — 32 ]. Significantly, AE showed to be able to subvert VP35 effects at different effective concentrations with an almost similar efficacy between 3 and 0.

It has been thought to be Homer’s asphodel of the underworld, [7] but so has the closely related Asphodeline lutea.

Asphodelus ramosus – Wikipedia

Our results indicated that ethanolic extract of A. Mediterranean area offers a great variety of endemic plants in Europe and, due to its geographical isolation, the island of Sardinia provides an even greater plant biodiversity, with significant variations in genetic and molecular characteristics as compared to plants grown in micrcoarpus regions. The leaves are used to wrap burrataan Italian cheese.