Étiquette : action anti- inflammatoire

Protective Effects of Cannabidivarin and Cannabigerol on Cells of the Blood–Brain Barrier Under Ischemic Conditions, Nicole L. Stone et al., 2021

Protective Effects of Cannabidivarin and Cannabigerol on Cells of the Blood–Brain Barrier Under Ischemic Conditions Nicole L. Stone, Timothy J. England, and Saoirse E. O’Sullivan Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, 2021, Doi : 10.1089/can.2020.0159   Abstract Background and Objectives : Preclinical studies have shown cannabidiol is protective in models of ischemic stroke. Based on results from our recent systematic review, we investigated the effects of two promising neuroprotective phytocannabinoids, cannabigerol (CBG) and cannabidivarin (CBDV), on cells of the blood–brain barrier (BBB), namely human brain microvascular endothelial cells (HBMECs), pericytes, and astrocytes. Experimental Approach : Cultures were subjected to oxygen-glucose deprivation (OGD) protocol to model ischemic stroke and cell [...]

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Research Progress of the Antiviral Bioactivities of Natural Flavonoids, Lin Wang et al., 2020

Research Progress of the Antiviral Bioactivities of Natural Flavonoids Lin Wang · Junke Song · Ailin Liu · Bin Xiao · Sha Li · Zhang Wen · Yang Lu · Guanhua Du Natural Products and Bioprospecting, 2020, 10, 271–283 doi : 10.1007/s13659-020-00257-x Abstract Flavonoids are now considered as an indispensable component in a variety of nutraceutical and pharmaceutical applications. Most recent researches have focused on the health aspects of flavonoids for humans. Especially, different flavonoids have been investigated for their potential antiviral activities, and several natural flavonoids exhibited significant antiviral properties both in vitro and in vivo. This review provides a survey of the literature [...]

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Comment les terpènes affectent les effets d’une variété de cannabis ?, Aurélien Bernard, Newsweed.fr, 12 mai 2010

Comment les terpènes affectent les effets d’une variété de cannabis ? Publié le 12 mai 2020 NEWSWEED.fr , Par Aurélien BERNARD https://www.newsweed.fr/comment-terpenes-affectent-effets-variete-cannabis/     Lorsqu’on entend le mot terpène, la première idée qui vient à l’esprit est l’odeur d’une plante. La recherche scientifique a pourtant montré que les terpènes remplissent plus qu’une unique fonction sensorielle. Les terpènes produisent ainsi des effets spécifiques sur le corps, qu’ils soient anti-inflammatoires, antibactériens, relaxants ou anxiolytiques. C’est d’ailleurs aussi pour cette raison que certaines variétés procurent un sentiment de calme et de bien-être, alors que d’autres favorisent l’énergie. Les terpènes s’insèrent ainsi complètement dans l’effet d’entourage, qui suppose que les composants [...]

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Anti-inflammatory Effects of Lenabasum, a Cannabinoid Receptor Type 2 Agonist, on Macrophages From Cystic Fibrosis, Abdullah A. Tarique et al., 2020

Anti-inflammatory Effects of Lenabasum, a Cannabinoid Receptor Type 2 Agonist, on Macrophages From Cystic Fibrosis Abdullah A Tarique, Tama Evron, George Zhang, Mark A Tepper, Mohammed M Morshed, Isabella S G Andersen, Nelufa Begum, Peter D Sly, Emmanuelle Fantino Journal of Cystic Fibrosis, 2020, S1569-1993, (20), 30094-1 doi : 10.1016/j.jcf.2020.03.015. Abstract Background : Lenabasum is an oral synthetic cannabinoid receptor type 2 agonist previously shown to reduce the production of key airway pro-inflammatory cytokines known to play a role in cystic fibrosis (CF). In a double-blinded, randomized, placebo-control phase 2 study, lenabasum lowered the rate of pulmonary exacerbation among patients with CF. The present study was undertaken to investigate anti-inflammatory [...]

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SARS-CoV2 induced respiratory distress : Can cannabinoids be added to anti-viral therapies to reduce lung inflammation ?, Siddappa N. Byrareddy, Mahesh Mohan, 2020

SARS-CoV2 induced respiratory distress : Can cannabinoids be added to anti-viral therapies to reduce lung inflammation ? Siddappa N. Byrareddy, Mahesh Mohan Brain, Behavior, and Immunity, 2020, 1-2. doi : 10.1016/j.bbi.2020.04.079   Keywords : SARS-CoV2, Rhesus macaque, Cannabinoids, Inflammation, Cytokine, Lung   Coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19), caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome coronoavirus-2 (SARS-CoV2) has emerged as a global pandemic, which was first reported in Wuhan, China. Recent reports have suggested that acute infection is associated with a cytokine superstorm, which contributes to the symptoms of fever, cough, muscle pain and in severe cases bilateral interstitial pneumonia characterized by ground glass opacity and focal chest infiltrates that can [...]

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In Search of Preventative Strategies: Novel Anti- Inflammatory High-CBD Cannabis Sativa Extracts Modulate ACE2 Expression in COVID-19 Gateway Tissues, Bo Wang et al., 2020

In Search of Preventative Strategies: Novel Anti- Inflammatory High-CBD Cannabis Sativa Extracts Modulate ACE2 Expression in COVID-19 Gateway Tissues Bo Wang, Anna Kovalchuk, Dongping Li, Yaroslav Ilnytskyy, Igor Kovalchuk and Olga Kovalchuk Preprints (www.preprints.org) | NOT PEER-REVIEWED | Posted: 19 April 2020 doi : 10.20944/preprints202004.0315.v1   Abstract : With the rapidly growing pandemic of COVID-19 caused by the new and challenging to treat zoonotic SARS-CoV2 coronavirus, there is an urgent need for new therapies and prevention strategies that can help curtail disease spread and reduce mortality. Inhibition of viral entry and thereby spread constitute plausible therapeutic avenues. Similar to other respiratory pathogens, SARS-CoV2 is transmitted [...]

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Cannabinoids and the Coronavirus, Kevin P. Hill, 2020

Cannabinoids and the Coronavirus Kevin P. Hill Cannabis and Cannabinoid Research, 2020, Volume 5, Number 2, Doi : 10.1089/can.2020.0035   Introduction These are uncertain times as we attempt to manage our lives during the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. It is not surprising, as possible treatments for Covid-19 are discussed, that people wonder about a role for cannabinoids, another topic associated with a lack of clarity about their therapeutic efficacy. Patients commonly ask clinicians about the benefits and risks of cannabinoids and now patients have begun to ask about cannabinoids as they relate to Covid-19. This interest creates an opportunity to strengthen the therapeutic alliance between patients and [...]

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