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    The deposition of Ig A immune complexes was inhibited by AH, due to the higher proportions of the Th2 and Th17 cells were reduced but the lower differentiation of Th1 and Treg cells subsets were promoted after AH treatment. Immunoglobulin A nephropathy (Ig AN) is an autoimmune kidney disease with complex pathogenesis leading to end-stage renal damage.

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    Artennua is an optimized version of Artemisia annua, a medicinal plant used for centuries in Chinese Medicine that is the only natural source of Artemisinin. Artemisinin is the molecule recommended by the WHO to treat malaria. The antibacterial activity of Artemisia annua both from the Egyptian Artemisia, EA and the Jericho Artemisia, JA leaf extracts was examined in comparison with Escherichia coli. The extractions were carried out using hexane-chloroform, methanol and water for both plants six extracts in total. Artemisinin, the primary chemical compound found in artemisia, is a potent anti-parasitic it kills parasites that is commonly used for treatment of malaria. Activity is primarily limited to blood parasites; general antibacterial activity is limited. Artemisia is primarily indicated when Babesia is suspected as a coinfection in Lyme disease.

    Artemisinin (ART) is isolated from traditional Chinese medicine L. The crucial pathological characteristic in Ig AN is Ig A immune complexes deposition accompany with mesangial cell proliferation and mesangial matrix expansion.

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  3. Jan 05, 2018 Artemisinin ART, extracted from Artemisia annua L. is a novel type of sesquiterpene lactone compound that contains a hydroperoxyl radical group. A water-soluble ART derivative has been demonstrated to exert renoprotective effects, inhibit the proliferation and activation of B-cells, as well as reduce the generation of plasma cells in MRL/lpr mice 14.

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    The Cancer Cure Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to researching and providing information about alternative cancer treatments and therapies since 1976. Your tax deductible donation will be used to further this important mission. Artemisinin is an antimalarial lactone derived from qinghao 青蒿, Artemisia annua or sweet wormwood. The medicinal value of this plant has been known to the Chinese for at least 2,000 years. The medicinal value of this plant has been known to the Chinese for at least 2,000 years. Artemisia annua is a medicinal plant whose use has long been reported in China, where it is locally known as qinghao. It is now grown commercially in many African countries. Also known as Sweet wormwood, A. annua yields artemisinin and the derivatives of this compound are potent antimalarial drugs.

     
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