Meryll Djotaroeno

Meryll Djotaroeno
Anton de Kom University · Department of Pharmacology

Bachelor of Technology

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The Republic of Suriname (South America) is among the culturally, ethnically, and religiously most diverse countries in the world. Suriname’s population of about 600,000 consists of peoples from all continents including the Javanese who arrived in the country between 1890 and 1939 as indentured laborers to work on sugar cane plantations. After expi...
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The Republic of Suriname (South America) is among the culturally, ethnically, and religiously most diverse countries in the world. Suriname’s population of about 600,000 consists of peoples from all continents including the Javanese who arrived in the country between 1890 and 1939 as indentured laborers to work on sugar cane plantations. After expi...
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Introduction New drug discovery and development programs have historically relied on the identification of novel lead compounds from plant origin. This is understandable when considering that plants have been the main, if not the only sources of therapeutics for managing human diseases for millennia [1]. Only in 1806, a pharmacologically active ing...
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Plant-based preparations are commonly used in Suriname (South America) as adaptogens. In this study, fifteen alleged adaptogenic Surinamese plants have been assessed for their antioxidant activity (AA), total phenolic contents (TPC), and total flavonoid contents (TFC). The investigated plants were Anacardium occidentale, Spondiasdulcis, Annona muri...
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ABSTRACT Aims: Plant-derived substances are extensively used for promoting wound healing in various traditional medicinal systems. In this study, extracts from such plants were evaluated for such properties using an animal model of tissue repair and angiogenesis and a cell culture model of Design and Methods: Aqueous extracts from parts of Aloe ver...

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