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From: Variation in chemical composition and antimalarial activities of two samples of Terminalia albida collected from separate sites in Guinea

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Effect of methanolic extracts of Terminalia albida from Kankan (TaK) or Dubréka (TaD) in Plasmodium berghei ANKA and P. chabaudi chabaudi infection. According to the 4-Day suppression test, C57BL/6 mice (n = 6 per group) were infected with 200 μl of parasitic suspension (106/mouse) at Day 0 and treated 2 h later with 100 mg/kg of stem bark of T. albida (TaD or TaK), or 5 mg/kg chloroquine, or 25 mL/kg of water from Day 0 to Day 3. a, b Parasitemia over time. c, d Survival over time. The comparisons were made using a unidirectional analysis of variance (ANOVA) followed by Bonferroni’s mean multiple comparison method. # Comparison between TaD and TaK, * comparison to H2O, $ comparison to CQ. One symbol means P < 0.05, two symbols mean P < 0.005, three symbols mean P < 0.0005, ns means not significant

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