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A: Books

1.   Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases

1st Edition

The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action

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Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes: The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action is the first book to focus on active pharmacological principles that modulate diabetes ....
Authors: Solomon Habtemariam
eBook ISBN: 9780081029237
Paperback ISBN: 9780081029220
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 25th June 2019
Page Count: 1180

Price: $275 / €256.80 / £215.00; For the latest offer:

2. The African and Arabian Moringa Species
1st Edition
Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications

Paperback ISBN: 9780081022863

eBook ISBN: 9780081022948

Imprint: Elsevier

Published Date: 13th June 2017

Price: $225.00 / €210.00 / £180.00

By Solomon Habtemariam

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The African and Arabian Moringa Species: Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications reviews the botany, socioeconomic significance and underlying chemistry of these interesting plants. The book begins by ...

3. Medicinal Plants for Kidney Stone: A Monograph ...

Medicinal Plants for Kidney Stone: A Monograph
George Varghese, Diana John, Solomon Habtemariam
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

                 Published on:

2013-12-05                 

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ISBN-13:

                  978-3-659-49778-0                    

ISBN-10:

     3659497789     

EAN:

9783659497780

B: Book Chapters

 

4.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 1 - Type-2 diabetes: Definition, diagnosis and significance. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 3-10. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00001-8

5.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 2 - Glucose metabolism: Normal physiology, diabetic dysregulation, and therapeutic targets. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 13-39. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00002-X

6.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 3 - Lipid metabolism: Normal physiology, dysregulation under obesity and diabetes, and therapeutic targets. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 41-65. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00003-1

7.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 4 - Pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes complications. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 69-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00004-3

8.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 5 - Current pharmacotherapy options for type 2 diabetes. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 89-107. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00005-5

9.             HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 6 - Introduction to plant secondary metabolites—From biosynthesis to chemistry and antidiabetic action. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 109-132. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00006-7

10.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 7 - Bilberries and blueberries as potential modulators of type 2 diabetes and associated diseases. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 135-175. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00007-9

11.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 8 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of bitter melon (Momordica charantia L.) as a potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and obesity. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 177-249. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00008-0

12.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 9 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of guava (Psidium guajava L.) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and associated diseases. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 251-305. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00009-2

13.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 10 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of okra (Abelmoschus esculentus (L.) Moench) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 307-332. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00010-9

14.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 11 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of papaya (Carica papaya L.) as potential therapy for type-2 diabetes and associated diseases. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 333-363. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00011-0

15.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 12 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of pomegranate (Punica grantum L.) as potential therapy for type-2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 365-433. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00012-2

16.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 13 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of prickly pear cactus (Opuntia species) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and obesity. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 435-472

17.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 14 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of pumpkins (Cucurbita species) as potential therapy for type-2 diabetes. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 473-502. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00014-6

18.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 15 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of cinnamon (Cinnamomum species) as potential therapy for type-2 diabetes and associated diseases. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 505-550. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00015-8

19.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 16 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of cloves (Syzygium aromaticum (L.) Merr. & L.M.Perry) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and associated diseases. In Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 551-578. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00016-X

20.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 17 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum L.) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and associated diseases. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 579-637. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00017-1

21.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 18 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of ginger (Zingiber officinale Roscoe) as potential therapy for diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 639-687. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00018-3

22.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 19 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of garlic (Allium sativum L.) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 689-749. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00019-5

23.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 20 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of turmeric (Curcuma longa L.) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 751-789. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00020-1

24.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 21 - Chemical and pharmacological evidences for coffee as a modulator of type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 793-838. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00021-3

25.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 22 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.) Kuntze) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 839-906. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00022-5

26.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 23 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of rooibos (Aspalathus linearis (Burm. F.) R. Dahlgren) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 907-941. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00023-7

27.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 24 - The chemical and pharmacological basis of yerba maté (Ilex paraguariensis A.St.-Hil.) as potential therapy for type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 943-983. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00024-9

28.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 25 - Other common and exotic foods with growing importance as antidiabetic agents. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 985-1047. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00025-0

29.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 26 - Antidiabetic herbal medicines rebranded as dietary supplements. In: Medicinal Foods as Potential Therapies for Type-2 Diabetes and Associated Diseases - The Chemical and Pharmacological Basis of their Action. 2019, Pages 1049-1134. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102922-0.00026-2

30.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 1 - Moringa stenopetala—Botanical and Ecological Perspectives. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 3-12. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00001-4

31.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 2 - Moringa stenopetala—Socioeconomic Significance. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 13-29. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00002-6

32.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 3 - The Chemistry of Moringa stenopetala Seed Oils. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 33-48. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00003-8

33.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 4 - The Chemistry of Moringa stenopetala—Nonoil Components. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 49-58. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00004-X

34.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 5 - Quality Control and Chemical Profiling of Moringa stenopetala. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 59-88. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00005-1

35.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 6 - The Pharmacology of Moringa stenopetala: Toxicology Aspects. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 91-97. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00006-3

36.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 7 - The Pharmacology of Moringa stenopetala—Antioxidant Mechanisms. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 99-115. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00007-5

37.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 8 - The Pharmacology of Moringa stenopetala: Antimicrobial Effects. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 117-123. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00008-7

38.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 9 - The Pharmacology of Moringa stenopetala—Effects on Diabetes and Associated Diseases. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 125-142. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00009-9

39.          Chapter 10 - The Pharmacology of Moringa stenopetala—Potential Anticancer Effects. In: The HABTEMARIAM, S. African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 143-154. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00010-5

40.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 11 - The Science Behind the Use of Moringa stenopetala Seeds for Water Purification. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 155-165. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00011-7

41.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 12 - Moringa peregrina (Forssk.) Fiori.: Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Socioeconomic Significance. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 169-192. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00012-9

42.          HABTEMARIAM, S. Chapter 13 - Other Moringa Species Endemic to Africa. In: The African and Arabian Moringa Species - Chemistry, Bioactivity and Therapeutic Applications. 2017, Pages 193-207. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-102286-3.00013-0

43.          Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.M. (2012). Book (MEDICINAL PLANTS AS ANTIOXIDANT AGENTS: UNDERSTANDING THEIR MECHANISM OF ACTION AND THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY; Edited by Anna Capasso) Chapter: Ferula gummosa Boiss as a rich source of natural antioxidants with numerous therapeutic uses - a short review. Kerala, India. pp. 1526. ISBN: 978-81-308-0509-2.

 

C: Edited BOOKS & Special ISSUES

 

44.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Special Issue "Natural Products in Alzheimer’s Disease Drug Discovery". Molecules 2019: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/molecules/special_issues/Molecules_Alzheimer_Disease   (Now Open - Call for Paper). Certificate 

45.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Special Issue: "Modulation of Reactive Oxygen Species in Health and Disease". Antioxidants 2019: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/antioxidants/special_issues/Reactive_Oxygen  (Now Open - Call for Paper). Certificate 

46.          Roy, B., Newton, A., HABTEMARIAM, S., Hekmatdoost, A., Desai, G.  (2017/18). “INFLAMMATORY BOWEL DISEASE.” eBOOK – Open Access. ISBN: 978-93-87500-06-8. http://openaccessebooks.com/inflammatory-bowel-disease.html.  

47.          HABTEMARIAM, S., Lentini, G. (2017). Special Issue "Plant Derived Biomedicines".  Biomedicines 2017: http://www.mdpi.com/journal/biomedicines/special_issues/plant_biomedicine. Certificate

48.          HABTEMARIAM, S., Lentini, G. (2017). Special Issue: "Plant Polyphenols as Potential Therapeutic Agents for Diabetes and Obesity". Section "Natural Products". Molecules 2017:   http://www.mdpi.com/journal/molecules/special_issues/plant_polyphenol. Certificate  

49.          Chaves, R., de Oliveria, W.F., Capone, P., Goimes, E.T., Silve, O.D., Valennzuela-Zapata, A.G., Agostinho, A.B., HABTEMARIAM, S., Pinto, E. PROCEEDINGS LISBON 2010 - Rev 2 copia. Publisher: Friends the University for Peace Foundation and Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lisbon. ISBN: 978-989-20-2789-0

 

D: Major Peer Review Journals

 

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50.          Kim, D.H., Khan, H., Ullah, H., Hassan, S.T.S., Šmejkal, K., Efferth, T., Mahamoodally, M.F., Xu, S., HABTEMARIAM, S., Filosa, R., Lagoa, R., Rengasamy, K.R. (2019). MicroRNA targeting by quercetin in cancer treatment and chemoprotection. Pharmacological Research, Vol 147, In Press. Available online

51.          Lentini, G., Milani, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). The therapeutic power of green. Schizophrenia Research, In Press. Available online.

52.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Antioxidant and rutin content analysis of leaves of the common buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum Moench) grown in the United Kingdom: A case study. Antioxidants 8(6), 160. Full Text

53.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Antioxidant and anti-inflammatory mechanisms of neuroprotection by ursolic acid: Addressing brain injury, cerebral ischemia, cognition deficit, anxiety, and depression. Oxidative Medicine and Cellular Longevity    2019: Article ID 8512048, 18 pages. Full Text

54.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Natural Products in Alzheimer’s Disease Therapy: Would Old Therapeutic Approaches Fix the Broken Promise of Modern Medicines? Molecules   24(8), 1519. Full Text or PDF

55.          Lentini, G., Milani G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Comment on “In situ derivatization of (RS)-mexiletine and enantioseparation using micellar liquid chromatography: A green approach. ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering  7, 6424-6425. Link

56.          Taiwo, O.E., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2019). Hepatoprotective effects of rosmarinic acid: Insight into its mechanisms of action. Biomedicine & Pharmacotherapy 112, 108600. Full Text or PDF

57.          Ezzat S.M., El Bishbishy, M.H., HABTEMARIAM, S., Salehi, B., Sharifi-Rad, M., Martins, N., Sharifi-Rad, J. (2018). Looking at marine-derived bioactive molecules as upcoming anti-diabetic agents: A special emphasis on PTP1B inhibitors. Molecules 23(12), 3334. Full Text

58.          Nabavi, S.M., Šamec, D., Tomczyk, M., Milella, L., Russo, D., HABTEMARIAM, S., Suntar, I., Rastrelli, L., Daglia, M., Xiao, J., Giampieri, F., Battino, M., Sobarzo-Sanchez, E., Nabavi, S.F., Yousefi, B., Jeandet, P., Xu, S., Shirooie, S. (2018). Flavonoid biosynthetic pathways in plants: Versatile targets for metabolic engineering. Biotechnology Advances. 2018 Nov 17. pii: S0734-9750(18)30181-2. Abstract

59.          Jeandet P., Sobarzo-Sánchez E., Clément C., Nabavi S.F., HABTEMARIAM S., Nabavi S.M., Cordelier S. (2018). Engineering stilbene metabolic pathways in microbial cells. Biotechnology Advances 36(8), 2264-2283. Abstract

60.          Nasseri, R., Farzaei, F., Navabi, F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Farzaei M.H., Khodarahmi, R., Tewari, D. (2018). Anthocyanins in the management of metabolic syndrome: A pharmacological and biopharmaceutical review. Frontiers in Pharmacology 9: 1310. Abstract

61.          Patra, J.K., Das, G., Fraceto, L.F., Campos, E.V.R, Rodriguez‑Torres, M. del Pilar, Acosta‑Torres, L.S., Diaz‑Torres, L.A.,    Grillo, R., Swamy, M.K., Sharma, S., HABTEMARIAM, S., Shin H-S. (2018). Nano based drug delivery systems: recent developments and future prospects. Journal of Nanobiotechnology 16:71. (33 pages). Full Text or PDF 

62.          Shirooie, S., Nabavi, S.F., Dehpour, A.R., Belwal, T., HABTEMARIAM, S., Argüelles, S., Sureda, A., Daglia, M., Tomczyk, M., Sobarzo-Sanchez, E., Xu, S., Nabavi, S.M. (2018). Targeting mTORs by omega-3 fatty acids: A possible novel therapeutic strategy for neurodegeneration? Pharmacological Research 135, 37-48. Abstract

63.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). The brain-derived neurotrophic factor in neuronal plasticity and neuroregeneration: new pharmacological concepts for old and new drugs. Neural regeneration research 13(6), 983-984.  Full Text or PDF

64.          Caputo, L., Quintieri, L.,   Cavalluzzi , M.M. Lentini, G.,  HABTEMARIAM,  S.* (2018). Antimicrobial and Antibiofilm Activities of Citrus Water-Extracts Obtained by Microwave-Assisted and Conventional Methods. Biomedicines 2018, 6(2), 70. Full Text Article, or PDF

65.          HABTEMARIAM, S.*, Lentini, G. (2018). Plant-derived anticancer agents: Lessons from the pharmacology of geniposide and its aglycone, genipin. Biomedicines 2018, 6(2), 39. (28 pages). Full Text or PDF

66.          Mbatchou, V.C.,   Dickson, R.A., Amponsah, I.K., Mensah, A.Y. HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). Protection effect of the anthraquinones, cassiatorin and aurantio-obtusin from seeds of Senna tora against cowpea weevil attack. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine   8(2), 98-105.   Full Text or PDF

67.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). Molecular pharmacology of rosmarinic and salvianolic acids: Potential seeds for Alzheimers and vascular dementia drugs. Int. J. Mol. Sci.  19(2), 458. FULL TEXT Invited Review article.

68.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). Iridoids and other monoterpenes in the Alzheimers brain: Recent development and future prospects. Molecules 23(1), 117. Full Text Invited Review article.

69.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). Antidiabetic potential of monoterpenes: A case of small molecules punching above their weight. International Journal of Molecular Sciences 19(1), 4. Full Text Invited Review article.

70.          Marya, Khan, H., Nabavi, S.M. HABTEMARIAM,  S.  (2018). Anti-diabetic potential of peptides: Future prospects as therapeutic agents. Life Sciences 193, 153-158. Abstract Review article.

71.          HABTEMARIAM, S., Belai, A. (2018).  Natural Therapies of the inflammatory bowel disease: The case of rutin and its aglycone, quercetin. Mini Review in Medicinal Chemistry 18(3), 234-243. Abstract Review article.

72.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Could we really Use Aloe vera food supplements to treat diabetes? Quality control issues. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine (eCAM) 2017: 4856412. Full Text or PDF

73.          Mbatchou, V.C., Tchouassi, D.P.,  Dickson, R.A.,  Annan, K.,  Mensah, A.Y. Amponsah, I.K.,  Jacob, J.W.,  Cheseto, X.,  HABTEMARIAM, S., Torto, B. (2017). Mosquito larvicidal activity of Cassia tora seed extract and its key anthraquinones aurantio-obtusin and obtusin. Parasites & Vectors 10, 562.  Full Text

74.          Nabavi, S.F., Khan, H., D'onofrio, G., Šamec, D.,  Shirooie, S.,  Dehpour, A.R., Castilla, S.A.., HABTEMARIAM, S.,   Sobarzo-Sanchez, E. (2017). Apigenin as Neuroprotective Agent: Of mice and men. Pharmacological Research. 128, 359-365. Abstract Review article.

75.          Braidy, N., Behzad, S., HABTEMARIAM, S., Ahmed, T., Daglia, M., Nabavi, S.M., Sobarzo-Sanchez, E., Nabavi, S.F. (2017). Neuroprotective effects of citrus fruit-derived flavonoids, nobiletin and tangeretin in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease. CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets 16(4), 387-397. Abstract

76.          Belwal, T., Nabavi, S.F., Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S.* (2017).  Dietary anthocyanins and insulin resistance: When food becomes a medicine. Nutrients   9(10), 1111. Full Text Link or PDF Invited Review article.

77.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Methodology for rapid Isolation of moringin: Potential anticancer compound from the seeds of Moringa stenopetala. Pharmaceutica Analytica Acta 8(8), 558.  Full Text

78.          Elufioye,T.O.,  Berida, T.I.,   HABTEMARIAM S.*  (2017). Plants-derived neuroprotective agents: Cutting the cycle of cell death through multiple mechanisms. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2017 2017:3574012. 27 pages. Full Text Link or PDF Review article.

79.          Varghese, G.K, Abraham, R., Chandran, N.N, HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Identification of lead molecules in Garcinia mangostana L. against pancreatic cholesterol esterase activity: An in silico approach. Interdisciplinary Science: Computational  Life Sciences. doi: 10.1007/s12539-017-0252-5. Abstract

80.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Protective effects of caffeic acid and the Alzheimer's brain: An update. Mini Review in Medicinal Chemistry 17(8), 667-674. Abstract Review article.

81.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Could we really use Aloe vera food supplements to treat diabetes? International Journal of Diabetes and Clinical Research  4:070 FULL TEXT

82.          Degennaro, L., Zenzola, M., Laurino, A., Cavalluzzi1, M.M., Franchini, C., HABTEMARIAM, S.,  Matucci, R.,  Luisi, R.,  Lentini, G. (2017). 2-Arylazetidines as ligands for nicotinic acetylcholine receptors.  Chem. Heterocycl. Compd., 53(3), 329334. Abstract

83.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Going back to the good old days: The merit of crude plant drug mixtures in the 21st century. International Journal of Complementary & Alternative Medicine 6(2), 2017:1-5. Full Text

84.          Lentini, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). The trivial names of citrus limonoids. Food Chemistry  225, 288. Abstract

85.          Kumatia, E.K., Annan, K., Dickson, R.A.,  Mensah, A.Y.,  Amponsah, I.K., Appiah, A.A.,  Tung, N.H.,  Edoh, D.A., HABTEMARIAM, S.* (2017). Antiinflammatory and analgesic effects in rodent models of ethanol extract of Clausena anisata roots and their chemical constituents. Natural Product Communications 12(1), 67-72.

86.          HABTEMARIAM, S.*, Varghese, G.K. (2017). Antioxidant, anti-alpha-glucosidase and pancreatic beta-cell protective effects of methanolic extract of Ensete superbum Cheesm seeds. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 7(2), 121125. Full Text  or PDF

87.          Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Sureda, A., Sobarzo-Sánchez, E., Selamoglu, Z., Gulhan, M.F., Nabavi, S.M. (2017) Melatonin and respiratory diseases: a review. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 17(4),  467-488. Abstract Review article.

88.          Gualdani, R., Cavalluzzi, M.M., Lentini, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2016). The chemistry and pharmacology of citrus limonoids. Molecules 21(11), 1530. Invited review article (38 pages). Free Full Text Article or PDF

89.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2016). Berberine and inflammatory bowel disease: A concise review. Pharmacological Research 113(Part A), 592-599. Abstract Review article.

90.          Roselli, M., Cavalluzzi, M.M., Bruno, C., Lovece, A., Carocci, A., Franchini, C., HABTEMARIAM, S., Lentini, G. (2016). Synthesis and evaluation of berberine derivatives and analogues as potential anti-acetylcholinesterase and antioxidant agents. Phytochemistry Letters 18, 150-156. Abstract

91.          Nabavi, S.F., Maggi, F., Daglia, M., HABTEMARIAM S., Rastrelli, L., Nabavi, S.M. (2016). Pharmacological effects of Capparis spinosa L.  Phytotherapy Research    30(11), 1733-1744. Abstract Review article.

92.          Roselli, M., Carocci, A., Budriesi, R., Micucci, M., Toma, M., Di Cesare Mannelli, L., Lovece, A., Catalano, A., Cavalluzzi, M.M., Bruno, C., De Palma, A., Contino, M., Perrone, M.G., Colabufo, N.A., Chiarini, A., Franchini, C., Ghelardini, C., HABTEMARIAM, S., Lentini, G. (2016). Synthesis, antiarrhythmic activity, and toxicological evaluation of mexiletine analogues. European Journal of Medicinal Chemistry 121, 300 307. Abstract

93.          HABTEAMRIAM, S. (2016). The Therapeutic Potential of Rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis) Diterpenes for Alzheimers Disease. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Volume 2016 (2016), Article ID 2680409, 14 pages. Free Full Text Article or PDF Review article.

94.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2016). The African Moringa is to change the lives of millions in Ethiopia and far beyond. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine 6(4), 355-356.  Full Text or PDF

95.          HABTEMARIAM, S. (2016). Rutin as a natural therapy for Alzheimers disease: Insights into its mechanisms of action. Current Medicinal Chemistry 23(9), 860-873. Abstract Review article.

96.          Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Di Lorenzo, A., Sureda, A., Khanjani, S., Nabavi, S.M., Daglia, M. (2016). Post-stroke depression modulation and in vivo antioxidant activity of gallic acid and its synthetic derivatives in a murine model system. Nutrients 8(5), 248. PDF

97.          Tsala, D.E., Lannang, A.M., Dimo, T., HABTEMARIAM, S., Ekanga, J.A., Guemmogne, B.M., Sewald, N.  (2016). Antidiabetic and wound healing effects of smeathxanthone A. Recent Advances in Biology and Medicine 2, 5-10. Full Text or PDF

98.          Nabavi, S.F., Braidy, N., HABTEMARIAM, S., Sureda, A., Manayi, A., Nabavi, S.M. (2016). Neuroprotective effects of fisetin in Alzheimers and Parkinsons Diseases: From chemistry to medicine. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry, 16(17), 1910-1915.  Abstract Review article.

99.          Manikandan, R., Thiagarajan, R., Goutham, G., Arumugam, M., Beulaja, M., Rastrelli, L., Skalicka-Woźniak, K, HABTEMARIAM, S., Orhan, I. E., Nabavi,  S.F.,  Nabavi, S.M.  (2016). Zeaxanthin and ocular health, from bench to bedside. Fitoterapia 109, 58-66. Abstract Review article.

100.       Shah, M.R., HABTEMARIAM, S.,  Zarrelli, A., Muhammad, A.,  Collina, S., Khan, I. (2016). Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B inhibitors isolated from Artemisia roxburghiana. Journal of Enzyme Inhibition and Medicinal Chemistry 31(4), 563-567. Abstract

101.       Manaye, A., Abdollahi, M., Thiagarajan, R., Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Badiee, A., Nabavi, S.M. (2016).  Lutein and Cataract: from bench to beside. Critical Reviews in Biotechnology 36(5), 829-839.  Abstract Review article.

102.       Lentini, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). Plotting intersections. Nature Methods 12(4), 281. Abstract

103.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Varghese, G.K. (2015). Extractability of Rutin in Herbal Tea Preparations of Moringa stenopetala Leaves. Beverages, 19(3, 169-182. Free Full Text Access or PDF

104.       Nabavi, S.F., Braidy, N., Habtemariam, S., Orhan, I.E., Daglia, M., Manayi, A., Gortzi O., Nabavi, S.M. (2015). Neuroprotective effects of chrysin: From chemistry to medicine. Neurochemistry International 90, 224-231. Abstract Review article

105.       Nabavi, S.F., Bilotto, S., Russo, G.L., Orhan, I.E, HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Devi, K.P., Loizzo, M.R., Tundis, R., Nabavi, S.M. (2015).  Omega-3 polyunsaturated fatty acids and cancers: Lessons learnt from clinical trials. Cancer & Metastasis Reviews 34(3), 359-380. Abstract  Review article.

106.       Devi K.P., Rajavel T., HABTEMARIAM S., Nabavi S.F., Nabavi S.M. Molecular mechanisms underlying the anticancer effects of myricetin. Life Sciences 142, 19-25. Abstract  Review article.

107.       Roselli, M., Lovece, A., Bruno, C., Cavalluzzi, M.M., Laghezza, A., Mercurio, A.,  Lentini, G.,  Corbo, F.,  la Forgia, F.,  Fontana, S. HABTEMARIAM, S., Franchini, C. (2015).   Antioxidant Activity of Uva di Troia Canosina: Comparison of Two Extraction Methods. Clinical Immunology, Endocrine & Metabolic Drugs 2(1), 8-12.  Abstract

108.       Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Ahmed, T., Sureda, A., Daglia, M., Sobarzo-Sánchez, E., Nabavi, S.M. (2015).  Polyphenolic composition of Crataegus monogyna Jacq.: from chemistry to medical applications. Nutrients 7(9), 7708-7728. Abstract  Review article.

109.       Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Loizzo, M.R., Tundis, R., Nabavi, S.F. (2015). Neuroprotective effects of ginkgolide B against ischemic stroke. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry 15(21), 2222-2232.   Abstract Review article.

110.       de Oliveira, M.R., Nabavi, S.F.,  Solomon Habtemariam, Orhan, I.E.,  Daglia, M., Nabavi, S.M. (2015). The Effects of Baicalein and Baicalin on Mitochondrial Function and Dynamics: A Review. Pharmacological Research 100, 296-308.  Abstract Review article.

111.       Spagnuolo, C., Russo, G.U., Orhan, I.E., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Sureda, A., Nabavi, S.F., Devi, K.P., Loizzo, R.M., Tundis R., Nabavi, S.M. (2015). Genistein and cancer: current status, challenges, and future direction. Advances in Nutrition 6(4), 408-419. Abstract Review article.

112.       Civenni, G., Iodice, M.G., Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.M., Catapano, C.V., Dagli M.G. (2015). Gallic acid and methyl-3-O-methyl gallate: a comparative study on their effects on prostate cancer stem cells. RSC Advances 5, 6380063806. Abstract Review article. 

113.       Armah, F.A., Annan, K, Mensah, A.Y.,   Amponsah, I.K., Tocher, D.A., HABTEMARIAM, S.* (2015). Erythroivorensin A: a novel antiifnlammatory diterpene from the root-bark of Erythrophleum ivorense (A Chev.). Fitoterapia 105, 37-42. Abstract

114.       HABTEMARIAM, S.* and Lentini, G. (2015). The therapeutic potential of rutin for diabetes: An update. Mini Review in Medicinal Chemistry 15(7), 524-528. Abstract Review article.

115.       Álvarez, Á.L., HABTEMARIAM, S., Dalton, K.P., Nicieza, I., Parra, F. (2015. A spiroketal-enol ether derivative from Tanacetum vulgare selectively inhibits HSV-1 and HSV-2 glycoprotein accumulation in Vero cells. Antiviral Research 119, 8-18. Abstract

116.       Jackson N., Annan, K., Mensah, A.Y., Ekuadzi, E., Mensah, M.L.K., HABTEMARIAM, S.* (2015). A novel triterpene from the roots of Paullinia pinnata:  6a-(3’-methoxy-4’-hydroxybenzoyl)-lup-20(29)-ene-3-one. Natural Product Communications 10(4), 563-564.  Abstract PDF-PROOF

117.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). Investigation into the antioxidant and antidiabetic potential of Moringa stenopetala: Identification of the active principles. Natural Product Communications 10(3), 475-478. Link

118.       Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Nabavi, S.F. (2015). Apigenin and breast cancers: From chemistry to medicine. Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry 15(6), 728-35.  Abstract  Review article.

119.       Álvarez, Á.L., Parra, F., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). Inhibitory effects of lupene-derived pentacyclic triterpenoids from Bursera simaruba on HSV-1 and HSV-2 in vitro replication. Natural Product Research 149, 8-18.  Abstract

120.       Nabavi, S.F., Sureda, A., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.M. (2015). Ginkgolide Rd and ischemic stroke, a short review of literatures. Journal of Ginseng Research 39(4), 299-303.  Abstract  Review article.

121.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Lentini, G. (2015). Did Ebola Survivors Use Plant Medicines, and if so, Which Ones? Phytotherapy Research 29(4), 632. Abstract

122.       Lentini, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). "Ebola therapy: Developing new drugs or repurposing old ones? International Journal of Cardiology 179, 325. Abstract [March 3rd 2015 - Listed as one of the most downloaded paper]

123.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Varghese, G.K. (2015). A Novel Diterpene Skeleton: Identification of a highly aromatic, cytotoxic and antioxidant 5-methyl-10-demethyl-abietane-type diterpene from Premna serratifolia. Phytotherapy Research 29(1), 80-85.  Abstract

124.       Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Daglia, M., Shafighi, M., Barber, A.J., Nabavi, S.M. (2015). Anthocyanins as a potential therapy for diabetic retinopathy. Current Medicinal Chemistry 22(1), 51-58.  Abstract Review article.

125.       Mireku, E.A., Mensah, A.Y., Mensah, M.L.K., Tocher,  D.A., HABTEMARIAM, S.*. (2014). Anti-inflammatory properties of the stem-bark of Anopyxis kalineana and its major constituent, methyl angolensate. Phytotherapy Research 28(12), 18551860. Abstract

126.       HABTEMARIAM, S. and Varghese, G.K. (2014). The antidiabetic therapeutic potential of dietary polyphenols. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology 15(4), 391-400. Abstract  Invited review article.

127.       Tsala, D.E., HABTEMARIAM S., Simplice, F.H.,   Thiery B.N.M., Abraham, J.A., Theophile, D. (2014).  Topically applied Tetrapleura tetraptera stem bark extract promotes healing of excision and incision wounds in rats. Journal of Intercultural Ethnopharmacology 3(2), 63–67. Abstract

128.       Varghese, G.K., Diana K.J., HABTEMARIAM, S.  (2014). In vitro studies on indigenous medicine for urolithiasis: Efficacy of aqueous extract of Aerva lanata (Linn.) Juss. Ex Schult on growth inhibition of calcium hydrogen phosphate dihydrate. THE PHARMA INNOVATION JOURNAL 3(1), 92-100.  Full Text

129.       Curti, V., Capelli, E., Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.M., Daglia, M. (2014). Modulation of human miR-17-3p expression by methyl 3-O-methyl gallate as explanation of its in vivo protective activities. Molecular Nutrition & Food Research 58(9), 1776-84. Abstract

130.       Lentini, G., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2014). Microchip capillary electrophoresiselectrospray ionization mass spectrometry analysis of paracetamol metabolites in human urine: An intriguing case. Journal of Chromatography A. 1327, 160. Abstract

131.       Nabavi, F.S., Daglia, M., HABTEMARIAM, S.,  Nabavi, S.M.  (2014). Curcumin and liver health, from chemistry to medicine. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety 12(1), 62-77. Abstract;  Full Text Review article.

132.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). The hidden treasure in Europes garden plants: Case examples; Berberis darwinni and Bergenia cordifolia. Medicinal & Aromatic Plants. 2:4. http://dx.doi.org/10.4172/2167-0412.1000130. Invited review article.

133.       Dawe, A., Pierre, S., Tsala, D.E., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). Phytochemical Constituents of Combretum Loefl. (Combretaceae). Pharmaceutical Crops 4, 3859. Full Text Review article.

134.       Nabavi, S.F., Sureda, A., Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). In vivo protective effects of gallic acid isolated from Peltiphyllum peltatum against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in erythrocytes.  Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology 64(4), 563-569. Abstract

135.       Tsala, D.E., Amadou, D., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). Wound healing and bioactive natural products. Phytopharmacology 4(3), 532-560. Full Text Review article.

136.       Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.F., Sureda, A., Moghaddam, A.H., Latifi, A.M. (2013). Prophylactic effect of methyl-3-O-methyl gallate against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in rat’s erythrocytes in vivo. Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology 65(6), 868-873. Abstract

137.       Ahmed, S., Hasan, M.M., Ahmed, S.W., Mahmood, Z.A., Azhar, I., Habtemariam, S. (2013). Anti-emetic effects of bioactive natural products.  Phytopharmacology 4(2), 390-433.  Full Text  Review article.

138.       Khan, I., Samad, A., Khan, A.Z., HABTEMARIAM, S., Badshah, A., Abdullah, S.M., Ullah N., Khan, A., Zia-Ul-Haq, M. (2013).  Molecular interactions of 4-acetoxy-plakinamine B with peripheral anionic and catalytic subsites of the aromatic gorge of acetylcholinesterase: Computational and structural insights. Pharmaceutical Biology 51(6), 722-727. Abstract

139.       Nabavi, S.F., Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Sureda, A., Moghaddam, A.H., Latifi, A.M. (2013). Neuroprotective effects of methyl-3-O-methyl gallate against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in brain of rats. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology 33(2), 261267. Abstract

140.       HABTEMARIAM, S.*, Sureda, A., Moghaddam, A.H., Nabavi, S.F., Nabavi, S.M., Abolhasani, F. (2013). Protective role of gallic acid isolated from Peltiphyllum peltatum against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in rats heart. Letters in Drug Design and Discovery 10, 277282. Abstract

141.       Bose, L.V., Varghese, G.K., HABTEMARIASM, S*. (2013). Identification of acteoside as the active antioxidant principle of Premna serratifolia root wood tissues. Phytopharmacology. 4(2), 228236.  Full Text

142.       Nabavi, S.F., Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Sureda, A., Jafari, M., Abolhasani, F., Moghaddam, A.H. (2013). Hepatoprotective effect of gallic acid isolated from Peltiphyllum  peltatum against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress. Industrial Crops and Products 44, 50–55. Abstract

143.       Varghese, G.K., Bose, L.V., HABTEMARIASM, S*. (2013). Antidiabetic components of Cassia alata leaves: Identification through -glucosidase inhibition studies. Pharmaceutical Biology 51(3), 345-349. Abstract

144.       HABTEMARIAM S. (2013). Targeting the production of monocytes/macrophages-derived cytokines by anti-inflammatory herbal drugs. Phytopharmacology 4(1), 131148. Full Text Review article.

145.       Gupta, G., Kazmi, I., Afzal, M., Singh, R., Anwar, F., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). Antidepressant-like activity of Embelin isolated from Embelia ribes. Phytopharmacology 4(1), 8795.  Full Text

146.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). Antihyperlipidemic components of Cassia auriculata aerial parts: Identification through in vitro studies. Phytotherapy Research 27(1), 152155.  Abstract

147.       HABTEMARIAM S. (2012). The anti-obesity potential of sigmoidin A. Pharmaceutical Biology 50(12), 1519-1522. Abstract

148.       Nabavi, S.F., Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S*., Abolhasani,  F., Daglia,  M., Moghaddam, A.H. (2012). Protective effect of methyl-3-O-methyl gallate against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in rat’s cardiac tissues. Fluoride 45(3 Pt 2), 290296.  Full text

149.       Nabavi, S.M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Nabavi, S.F., Sureda, A., Jafari, M., Abolhasani, F., Moghaddam, A.H. (2012).  Protective effect of gallic acid against sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in rat’s kidney. Molecular and Cellular Biochemistry 372(1-2), 233–239.  Abstract

150.       Nabavi S.F, Nabavi S.M., Latifi A.M., Mirzaei M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Moghaddam, A.H. (2012). Mitigating role of quercetin against sodium fluoride induced oxidative stress in rats brain. Pharmaceutical Biology 50(11), 13801383. Abstract

151.       Nabavi S.M., Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Moghaddam, A.H., Latifi, A.M. (2012). Ameliorative effects of quercetin on sodium fluoride-induced oxidative stress in rat's kidney. Renal Failure   34(7), 901906. Abstract

152.       Nabavi, S.F., HABTEMARIAM, S., Jafari, M, Sureda, A., Nabavi S.M. (2012). Protective role of gallic acid on sodium fluoride induced oxidative stress in rat brain. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 89(1), 7377.  Abstract

153.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2012). Multifunctional small molecular weight compounds from Peltiphyllum peltatum: from antioxidant to neuroprotection and antidiabetic effects. Planta Medica 11(78), 1073. Abstract

154.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2012). Identification of the antidiabetic and antihyperlipidemic principles of Cassia auriculata. Planta Medica 11(78), 1084.  Abstract

155.       HABTEMARIAM, S*., Cowley R.A. (2012). Antioxidant and anti-α-glucosidase compounds from the rhizome of Peltiphyllum peltatum (Torr.) Engl.  Phytotherapy Research 26(11), 16561660.  Abstract

156.       Lentini G., Bruno C., Roselli M., HABTEMAIAM, S., Jirillo E., Franchini C (2012). Activity of natural hydroxytyrosol versus a synthestic sample and its chiral analogues: hypothesis of mechanism of action.  Emirates Journal of  Food and Agriculture, 24, 30. Abstract

157.       Roselli, M., Lentini, G. and  HABTEMARIAM, S*. (2012). Phytochemical, antioxidant and anti-alpha-glucosidase activity evaluations of Bergenia cordifolia. Phytotherapy Research 26(6), 908914 Abstract

158.       Roselli, M., Lovece, A., Bruno, C., Lentini, G., Corbo, F., la Forgia F., Fontana, S., HABTEMARIAM, S., Franchini, C. (2012). Le Proprieta antiossidanti delluva di Troia Canosina ad acino piccolo: confronto tra differenti metodi estrattivi. Tutto Sanita 134, 3235. Full Text

159.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2011). Methyl-3-O-methyl gallate and gallic acid from the leaves of Peltiphyllum peltatum: isolation and comparative antioxidant, prooxidant, and cytotoxic effects in neuronal cells. Journal of Medicinal Food 14(11), 14121418. Abstract

160.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2011). Targeting intestinal digestive enzymes by natural products: synergistic effects of flavonoids. Planta Medica 177(12), 1404. Abstract

161.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2011). The therapeutic potential of Berberis darwinii stem-bark: quantification of berberine and in vitro evidence for Alzheimers disease therapy. Natural Product Communications 6(8), 10891090. Abstract, PDF-UNCORRECTED-PROOF

162.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2011). a-Glucosidase inhibitory activity of kaempferol-3-O-rutinoside. Natural Product Communications 6(2), 201203. Abstract

163.       Álvarez, Á.L., HABTEMARIAM., S.,  Juan-Badaturuge,  M., Jackson, C.,  Parra, F. (2011).  In vitro anti HSV-1 and HSV-2 activity of Tanacetum vulgare extracts and isolated compounds: An approach to their mechanisms of action.  Phytotherapy Research. 25(2), 296301. Abstract

164.       Juan-Badaturuge, M., HABTEMARIAM, S*.,    Thomas, M.J.K. (2011). Antioxidant compounds from a South Asian beverage and medicinal plant, Cassia auriculata. Food Chemistry 125(1), 221225.  Abstract

165.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2010). Knipholone anthrone from Kniphofia foliosa induces a rapid onset of necrotic cell death in cancer cells. Fitoterapia. 81(8), 10131019. Abstract

166.       Deshmukh, S.R., HABTEMARIAM, S., Wadegaonkar, P.A. (2010). Antioxidant and antiproliferative activity of root suspension culture of Morinda citrifolia L. Research Journal of Pharmacy & Technology 3(4), 11891193. Abstract

167.       Motlhanka, D., Houghton, P., Miljkovic-Brake A.,  HABTEMARIAM, S. (2010). A novel pentacyclic triterpene glycoside from a resin of Commiphora glandulosa from Botswana. African Journal of  Pharmacy and  Pharmacology 4(8), 549554. Full Text

168.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2010). Applying new science for old medicines: targeting leukocyte-endothelial adhesions by antiiflammatory herbal drugs. Natural Product Communications 5(8), 1329-1336. Review article - Abstract, PDF-UNCORRECTED-PROOF

169.       HABTEMARIAM, S.*, Dagne, E. (2010). Comparative antioxidant, prooxidant and cytotoxic activity of sigmoidin A and eriodictyol. Planta Med. 76(6), 589594. Abstract

170.       Sánchez-Medina, A., Peña-Rodríguezb, L.M., May-Pat, F., Karagianisd, G., Waterman, P.G., Mallet, A.I., HABTEMARIAM S*. (2010). Identification of Sakurasosaponin as a Cytotoxic Principle from Jacquinia flammea. Natural Product Communications 5(3), 365368.   Abstract, PDF-UNCORRECTED-PROOF

171.       Juan-Badaturugea, M., HABTEMARIAM, S.*, Jackson, C. and Thomas M.J.K. (2009). Antioxidant principles of Tanacetum vulgare L. aerial part.  Natural Product Communications 4(11), 15611564. Abstract PDF-UNCORRECTED-PROOF

172.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Dagne, E. (2009). Prooxidant action of knipholone anthrone: Copper dependent reactive oxygen species generation and DNA damage. Food and Chemical Toxicology47(7), 14901494. Abstract

173.       Sánchez-Medina, A., Stevenson, P.C., HABTEMARIAM, S.,  Peña-Rodríguez, L.M., Corcoran, O., Mallet, A.I.,   Veitch N.C. (2009). Triterpenoid saponins from a cytotoxic root extract of Sideroxylon foetidissimum subsp. gaumeri. Phytochemistry 70(6), 765772. Abstract

174.       Hevesi, B.T.,  Houghton P.J.,  HABTEMARIAM,  S.,   Kéry Á. (2009). Antioxidant and antiinflammatory effect of Epilobium parviflorum Schreb. Phytother. Res. 23(5), 719724. Abstract

175.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Dagne, E. (2009). Differential cytotoxic and prooxidnant activity of knipholone and knipholone anthrone. Planta Medica    75(9), 885885. Abstract

176.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2008). Activity-guided Isolation and Identification of Free Radical-scavenging Components from Ethanolic Extract of Boneset (Leaves of Eupatorium perfoliatum). Natural Product Communications 3(8), 13171320.

177.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2008). Activity-guided Isolation and Identification of Antioxidant Components from Ethanolic Extract of Peltiphyllum peltatum (Torr.) Engl. Natural Product Communications 3(8), 13211324.

178.       124.      Motlhanka, D.M.T., HABTEMARIAM, S.,   Houghton, P (2008).  Free radical scavenging activity of crude extracts and 4-O-Methyl-(-) epigallocatechin isolated from roots of Cassine transvaalensis from Botswana. African  Journal of Biomedical Research 11(1), 5563. FULL TEXT

179.       125.      Motlhanka, D.M.T., Houghton, P,  HABTEMARIAM, S. (2008) Antimicrobial  activity of Clerodendrum uncinatum from Botswana. Bots. J. Agric.  App. Sci. 4(1), 7075.

180.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2007). Antioxidant  activity of Knipholone anthrone. Food Chemistry 102(4), 10421047. Abstract

181.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Jackson, C. (2007). Antioxidant and cytoprotective activity of leaves of Peltiphyllum peltatum (Torr.) Engl. Food Chemistry 105(2), 498503. Abstract

182.       Motlhanka, D.M.T.,  HABTEMARIAM, S.  (2007). Prostaglandin E-2 (PGE-2) inhibition by crude extracts of medicinal plants of Botswana.  Nigerian Journal of Natural Products and Medicine 11, 3233. Abstract

183.       Hevesi, T.B., Houghton P.J.,  HABTEMARIAM S.,  Milligan S., Kalita C.J., Purohit A., Á Kéry (2007). Epilobium parviflorum Schreb. in vitro study of biological action. Planta Medica   73(9), 45.  Abstract

184.       Motlhanka, D.M.T.,  Miljkovic-Brake,  A.,  Houghton, P.J.,  HABTEMARIAM, S., Hylands, P.J. (2006). Antioxidant activity of water and  ethanol extracts from Roots of Cassine transvaalensis Burtt-Davy from  Botswana.  Planta Medica 72(11), 1001.

185.       Motlhanka, D.M.T., Miljkovic-Brake, A., Houghton, P.J.,  HABTEMARIAM., S.,  Hylands, P.J.  (2005). Antibacterial and Cytotoxic principles of Commiphora glandulosa stem bark resin. J. Pharmacy  Pharmacol.   57(9)  S-7.

186.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2003). In vitro antileishmanial effects of antibacterial diterpenes from two Ethiopian Premna species: P. schimperi and P. oligotricha. BMC Pharmacology 2003, 3:6 (Full text article @  http://www.biomedcentral.com/bmcpharmacol/).

187.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2003). Cytotoxic and cytostatic activity of erlangerins from Commiphora erlangeriana. Toxicon, 41(6), 723727. Abstrat

188.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2002). Hamamelitannin from Hamamelis virginiana inhibits the tumour necrosis factor-a (TNF)-induced endothelial cell death in vitro. Toxicon 40(1), 8388. Abstract

189.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2001). Antiinflammatory activity of the antirheumatic herbal drug, gravel root (Eupatorium purpureum): further biological activities and constituents. Phytotherapy Res. 15(8), 697690. Abstract

190.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Skelton, B.W., Waterman, P.G., White, A.  (2000). 17-Epi-acnistin-A, a further withanolide from the leaves of Discopodium penninervium.  J. Nat. Prod. 63(4), 512513. Abstract

191.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2000). Natural inhibitors tumour necrosis factor-a production, secretion and function. Review article. Planta Med. 66(4), 303313. Abstract

192.       HABTEMARIAM, S., MacPherson A.M. (2000). Cytotoxicity and antibacterial activity of ethanolic axtract from leaves of a herbal drug, Boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum). Phytotherapy Res. 14(7), 575577. Abstract

193.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (1998).  Cistifolin, an integrin-dependent cell adhesion blocker from the anti-rheumatic herbal drug, gravel root (rhyzome of Eupatorium purpureum). Planta Med. 64(8), 683685. Abstract

194.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (1998). Extract of gravel root (rhizome of Eupatorium purpureum) inhibits integrins-dependent U937 cell adhesion. Phytotherapy Res. 12(6), 422426.  Abstract

195.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (1998). Andrographolide inhibits the tumour necrosis factor-alpha-induced upregulation of ICAM-1 expression and endothelial-monocyte adhesion. Phytotherapy Res. 12(1), 3740. Abstrac

196.       Habtemariam, S. (1998). Extract of corn silk (stigma of Zea mays) inhibits the TNF and Bacterial Lipopolysacharide-induced cell adhesion and ICAM-1 expression. Planta Med. 64(4), 314318. Abstract

197.       HABTEMARIAM, S. and Gray, A.I. (1998). Withanolides from the roots of Discopodium penninervium. Planta Med. 64(3), 275276. Abstract

198.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (1997). Flavonoids as inhibitors or enhancers of the cytotoxicity of tumor necrosis factor-alpha in L-929 tumor cells. J. Nat Prod. 60(8), 775778. Abstract

199.       Habtemariam, S. (1997). Modulation of tumour necrosis factor-alpha-induced cytotoxicity  by polyphenols Phytother. Res. 11(4), 277280. Abstract

200.       Habtemariam S. (1997).  Cytotoxicity and immunosuppressive activity of withanolides from Discopodium penninervium. Planta Med., 63(1), 1517. Abstract

201.       Habtemariam S. (1996). Cytotoxicity of extracts from the mushroom Paxillus involutus. Toxicon 34(6), 711713. Abstract

202.       Harvey, A.L., Jerusalinsky, D., Kornisiuk, L., HABTEMARIAM, S. (1996). MTx1 and 2 from green mamba snake venom allosterically activate M1 and block other muscarinic receptor subtypes. Toxicon  34(3), 325.  Abstract

203.       Habtemariam, S., P.G. Waterman (1996). Fareanine and Fareanol from the leaves of Medicosma fareana. Phytochemistry 43(1), 291294. Abstract

204.       Habtemariam, S. (1995). Cytotoxicity of diterpenes from Premna schimperi and Premna oligotricha. Planta Med. 61(4), 368369. Abstract

205.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I.,  Waterman, P.G. (1995).  Lignans from the leaves of Premna recinosa. Biochem. Ecol. Syst. 23(1), 109.

206.       Habtemariam, S. (1995). Catechols and quercetin reduce MTT through iron ions: a possible artefact in cell viability assay. Phytotherapy Res. 9(8), 603605. Abstract

207.       Fetene, M., Habtemariam, S. (1995). Investigation on allelopathic properties of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) leaves, pulp and tree-canopy soil. SINET: Ethiop. J. Sci. 18, 5165.

208.       Jerusalinsky, D., Harvey, A.L., HABTEMARIAM, S., Cerveñansky, C., Kornisiuk, E.  (1995). MTx1, a small protein from green mamba venom activates M1 and blocks M3 subtypes of muscarinic acetylcholine receptors. J.  Neurochem.    65, S152S152.

209.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Waterman, P.G. (1994).  Diterpenes from the leaves of Leonotis ocymifolia var raineriana. J. Nat. Prod. 57(11), 15701574.  Abstract

210.       Verma, A.K., Lee, C.Y., Habtemariam, S., Harvey, A.L., Jindal, D.P. (1994). Synthesis and biological activity of 17-azasteroidal neuromuscular blocking agents. Eur. J. Med. Chem.  29(5), 331338.

211.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Waterman, P.G. (1993). 16-oxygenated withanolides from the leaves of Discopodium penninervium. Phytochemistry 34(3), 807811.

212.       Habtemariam, S., Harvey, A.L., Waterman, P.G. (1993). The muscle relaxant properties of Portulaca oleracea are associated with high concentrations of potassium ions. J. Ethnopharmacol. 40(3), 195200. Abstract

213.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Waterman, P.G. (1993). A new antibacterial sesquiterpene from Premna oligotricha J. Nat. Prod. 56(1), 140143. Abstract

214.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Waterman, P.G.(1992). Antibacterial diterpenes from the aerial parts of Premna oligotricha. Planta Med.  58(1), 109110.

215.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Lavaud, C., Massiot, G., Skelton, B.W., Waterman, P.G., White, A.H. (1991).  ent-12-Oxolabda-8,13(16)-dien-15-oic acid and  ent-8b,12a-epidioxy-12b-hydroxylabda-9(11),13-dien-15-oic acid g-lactone: Two new diterpenes from the aerial parts of  Premna oligotricha. J. Chem. Soc. Perkin Trans. I, 893896. Abstract

216.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Waterman, P.G. (1992). Flavonoids from three Ethiopian species of Premna. Z. Naturforsch., 47b(1), 144147

217.       Habtemariam, S., Gray, A.I., Halbert, G.W. and Waterman, P.G. (1990). A novel antibacterial diterpene from Premna schimperi.  Planta Med. 56(2), 187-189. Abstract  

 

E: Representative International Conference Presentations

 

218.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2018). The search for novel antidiabetic compounds of natural origin: Where are we now? Pharmaceut. Reg. Affairs 2018, 7:1(Suppl). Keynote speech at the 15th Annual European Pharma Congress 2018. Abstract/PDF

219.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). New antiinflammatory compounds from old medicines: The science and art of pharmacognosy research in 21st century. Pharmaceut. Reg. Affairs 2017, 6:1(Suppl). Keynote speech at the 9th Annual European Pharma Congress 2017. Abstract/PDF

220.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). Reviving old drugs for treating complex diseases: Going back to plant medicines? J Pharma Care Sys 2(4), 30. Keynote speech at the European Pharma Congress 2015. Abstract PDF

221.       Tsala, D., Toussoumna, L., HABTEMARIAM, S. (2015). In Vivo Wound Healing Effect of Water Extract of Stereospernun kunthianum Stem-Bark.  World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, Volume: 3 (12).

222.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2013). International conference on “The Molecular Secrets of Plant Medicines”. Jointly organised by the CMS College and Mahatma Ghandi University, Kerala, India. October 17-18, 2013. Two keynote lectures delivered – (i) The Molecular Secrets of Plant MedicinesBioassay-Guided Isolation and Identification of Pharmacologically Active Compounds. (ii) The Molecular Secrets of Plant MedicinesHot Multifunctional Therapeutic Targets of Interest. Media coverage - http://www.herbalanalysis.co.uk/MSPM2013-News.html

223.       Franchini, C., Lentini G., Bruno, C., Roselli, M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Birillo, E. (2012). Activity of natural hydroxytyrosol versus a synthetic sample and its chiral analogues: hypothesis on mechanism of action. 3° Congresso Nazionale della Società Italiana di Nutraceutica (SINUT). 20-21 September 2012, Milan, Italy.

224.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2012). The potential of multifunctional natural products for Tteating diabetes and related diseases. Diabetes Summit 2012: Diabetes drug discovery and development - Diabetes partnering and deal making. Organised by the Global Technology Community (GTC). April 19-20, 2012. Boston, MA, USA.

225.       Corbo, F., Lovece, A., Bruno, C., Forgia, F., Fontana, S., Roselli, M., Laghezza A., Lentini G., Franchini C., HABTEMARIAM S. (2011). Antioxidant activity of Uva di Troia Canosina ad acino piccolo: comparison of different extraction methods. Symposyium of Phytochemicals in nutrition and health.  September 27-30. Giovinazzo, Bari, Italy.

226.       Roselli, M., Lentini G., HABTEMARIAM S. Valutazione dell’attività fitochimica, antiossidante e anti-α-glucosidasica di Bergenia Cordifolia. XI Sigma Aldrich Young Chemists Symposium. October 1719. Pesaro, Italy.

227.       HABTEMARIAM, S.  (2011). Medicinal uses of Tansy (Tanacetum vulgare) for skin conditions: the scientific evidence. The 15th International Congress - PHYTOPHARM 2011. July 25-27. Norenburg, Germany.

228.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2010). The science and art of identification of novel compounds from medicinal plants. VII International ethnobotany symposium.  Friends, the University of Peace and Foundation & Faculty of Pharmacy University of Lisbon. October 3-8.  Lisbon, Portugal.

229.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2008). Oxidative DNA damage and cell death: search for natural protective compounds.  Analytical Tools for the Life Sciences - Oxidative DNA Damage. RSC. March 28. Research and Engineering Centre, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.

230.       HABTEMARIAM, S.  (2008). Applying new science for old medicines: the quest for scientific evidence. 1st International Euro-India Conference on Holistic Medicine: (ICHM-2008): August 21-23. Kottayam, Kerala, India.

231.       Sánchez-Medina, A., Stevenson, P.C., HABTEMARIAM, S., Peña-Rodríguez, L. M., Corcoran, O., Veitch, N. C. (2008). Triterpenoid saponins from the cytotoxic root extract of Sideroxylon foetidissimum, an endemic Yucatecan medicinal plant. 7th Joint Meeting of AFERP, ASP, GA, PSE & SIF; Natural Products with Pharmaceutical, Nutraceutical, Cosmetic and Agrochemical Interest. August 3-8. Athens, Greece. Planta Medica 74, 908. Abstract

232.       Juan-Badaturuge, M., HABTEMARIAM, S., Thomas, M., Jackson, C. (2008).  Antioxidant activity of Scrophularia nodosa L., Phytochemical Society of Europe - Young Scientists Meeting. March 26-29.  Bad Harrenalb, Germany.

233.       Sánchez-Medina, A., Garcia-Sosa, K., HABTEMARIAM, S., Peña-Rodríguez, L.M. (2005). Isolation of antifungal metabolites from the root extract of Jacquinia flammmea. XI Mexican Congress of Chemistry. Morelia, Michoacán, México.

234.       Sánchez-Medina, A., Peña-Rodríguez, L.M., Karagianis, G., Waterman, P.W., HABTEMARIAM, S.  (2004). Cytotoxic saponin from the root extract of Jacquinia flammmea. International Conference of Saponins: Phytochemistry and Applications of Plant Saponins. September 8-10. Pulawy, Poland.

235.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2003). Cytotoxicity of lignans from Comiphora erlangeriana.  Phytochemistry and biology of Lignans.  First International
Meeting on Phytochemistry and Biology of Lignans. April 6-9. Phytochemical Society of Europe. Bornheim-Walberberg,
Germany.  

236.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2003). The inflammatory processes and some biological targets for drug therapy. 10th NAPRECA symposium on natural products.  September 1-4. Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

237.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (1997). Immunosuppresive and cytotoxicity of withanolides from Discopodium penninervium. 7th Interscience World Conference on Inflammation, Antirheumatics, Analgesics, Immunomodulators.  May 19-21. Geneva, Switzerland. International Journal of Tissue Reactions: Experimental and Clinical Aspects: 19(1-2), 112.

238.       Jerusalinsky, D., Kornisiuk, E., Cerveñansky, C., HABTEMARIAM, S., Harvey A.L. (1995). MTx1 and MTx2, from green mamba venom activate M1 receptors but block other receptor subtypes. Fifth International Symposium on Neurotoxins in Neurobiology. August 31st  – September 5. Mayaguez, Puerto Rico. Toxicon (Proceedings).

 

F: Patents

 

239.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Stimson, W.H., Gray, A.I., Anand, C.L. and Waterman, P.G.  Anti-psoriatic use of novel compounds (“Van-10-X compounds”). University of Strathclyde. THREE PATENTS. See details!  See also: Use of stereoisomers of calendula gylcosides for the treatment of psoriasis. Patent Number: US 6313099.

 

G: Lapsed Patents

 

240.       HABTEMARIAM, S. “INTEGRIN DEPENDENT CELL ADHESION INHIBITOR”. International PCT/GB1999/002219 (HAS BEEN LAPSED). University of Strathclyde.

241.       HABTEMARIAM, S., Burden, R., Regliniski, J., Smith, W.E. and Harvey, A.L. A UK patent application (GB 9903823.4). “Novel Schiff's base complex anti-cancer drugs”. University of Strathclyde.

 

H: News Media

 

242.       HABTEMARIAM, S. (2017). Quality check on the newer UK universities. Euro Scientist. Link

243.       HABTEMARIAM, S. How many UK lecturers really are 'research active'?  Link

244.       Extensive Media coverage: Diabetes. Link

245.       Extensive Media Coverage: Herpes. Link

 

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