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Multi-user equipment approved in grant 2017/04138-8 for high pressure semipreparative chromatographic system model LC-20AR


The Brazilian propolis produced by Apis mellifera called green, brown and red have great economic importance, due to their biological activities and export to several countries, such as Japan and China, and production of approximately 200 tons per year. The main botanical origins of Brazilian propolis are: Baccharis dracunculifolia for green propolis; Araucaria sp, Eucalyptus sp and others for brown propolis; and Dalbergia ecastophyllum for the red propolis. In 2005, ANVISA published a technical note on the registration of products containing propolis, as well as the RDC no. 24/2011 authorizing the registration of propolis-based medicines. However, to date none medicine has been registered with ANVISA. There are many gaps to be filled, since ANVISA demands the execution of chemical, analytical, pharmacological and technological studies to guarantee safety, efficacy and quality in the development of new medicines. Thus, it is proposed to carry out complementary steps in phytochemical studies to obtain standardized extracts and compounds to be used in the development of analytical methods; in obtaining semi-synthetic derivatives; in stability and degradation studies; in bioaccessibility, biotransformation, pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic studies; in silico studies to determine chemical structure-activity relationship and docking analyses; in the development of pharmaceutical formulations; in both in vitro and in vivo toxicological studies; in studies of genotoxicity and mutagenicity; in anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory, antimicrobial, antiparasitic, antiproliferative, healing and gastro protective assays, among others. The ultimate goal of this proposal is to add value to the Brazilian beekeeping sector. (AU)

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SILVA, THAYNA DE SOUZA; SILVA, JULIA M. B.; BRAUN, GLAUCIA H.; MEJIA, JENNYFER A. A.; CCAPATINTA, GARI V. C.; CONCEICAO SANTOS, MARIO FERREIRA; TANIMOTO, MATHEUS H.; BASTOS, JAIRO K.; PARREIRA, RENATO L. T.; ORENHA, RENATO P.; et al. Green and Red Brazilian Propolis: Antimicrobial Potential and Anti-Virulence against ATCC and Clinically Isolated Multidrug-Resistant Bacteria. CHEMISTRY & BIODIVERSITY, v. 18, n. 8, . (18/13700-4, 17/04138-8, 19/01697-1, 18/05080-6)
E SILVA, MARCIO L. A.; LUCARINI, RODRIGO; DOS SANTOS, FRANSERGIO F.; MARTINS, CARLOS H. G.; PAULETTI, PATRICIA M.; JANUARIO, ANA H.; CONCEICAO SANTOS, MARIO FERREIRA; CUNHA, WILSON R.. Hypoglycemic effect of rosmarinic acid-rich infusion (RosCE) from Origanum vulgare in alloxan-induced diabetic rats. NATURAL PRODUCT RESEARCH, . (18/25010-2, 18/05080-6)
PAULA, LUCAS A. DE L.; SANTOS, MARIO F. C.; PAGOTTI, MARIANA C.; VENEZIANI, RODRIGO C. S.; BASTOS, JAIRO K.; CAFFREY, CONOR R.; AMBROSIO, SERGIO R.; MAGALHAES, LIZANDRA G.. razilian green propolis reduces worm burden and hepatic granuloma formation in a Schistosoma mansoni experimental murine mode. Parasitology Research, v. 121, n. 2, p. 775-780, . (18/50011-2, 17/04138-8, 18/25010-2, 18/05080-6)
SANTOS, MARIO FERREIRA CONCEICAO; OLIVEIRA, LARISSA COSTA; RIBEIRO, VICTOR PENA; SOARES, MARISI GOMES; MORAE, GABRIEL DE OLIVEIRA ISAC; SARTORI, ALAN GIOVANINI DE OLIVEIRA; ROSALEN, PEDRO LUIZ; BASTOS, JAIRO KENUPP; DE ALENCAR, SEVERINO MATIAS; VENEZIANI, RODRIGO CASSIO SOLA; et al. Isolation of diterpenes from Araucaria sp Brazilian brown propolis and development of a validated high-performance liquid chromatography method for its analysis. JOURNAL OF SEPARATION SCIENCE, v. 44, n. 16, . (18/25010-2, 18/05080-6, 17/04138-8)

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