journal of ethno pharmacology elsevier journal of ethnopharmacology 52 1996 95 100 screening of zulu medicinal plants for prostaglandin synthesis inhibitors anna k j igera anne hutchingsb johannes van stadena anatal university research unit for plant growth and development department of botany university of natal pietermaritzburg p bag x01 scottsville 3209 south africa . Pdf abstract the aim of this review paper is to summarize some marine natural sources bacteria and fungi known for their anti inflammatory effects we have collected data from mdpi current . Marine based bioactive food ingredients can be derived from many sources including marine plants alternately herbal medicines also play a role in inflammation apart from that marine derived bioactive compounds showed anti inflammatory actions marine invertebrates are one of the major groups of biological organisms porifera cnidaria . These aquatic organisms are screened for antibacterial immunomodulator anti fungal anti inflammatory anticancer antimicrobial neuroprotective analgesic and antimalarial properties they are used for new drug developments extensively across the world marine pharmacology offers the scope for research on these drugs of marine origin
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