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Study on the prevention of poisoning of the liver cells
(Gasnier et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 2010, 5:29)

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Abstract: Worldwide used pesticides containing different adjuvants like Roundup formulations, which are glyphosate-based herbicides, can provoke some in vivo toxicity and in human cells. These pesticides are commonly found in the environment, surface waters and as food residues of Roundup tolerant genetically modified plants. In order to know their effects on cells from liver, a major detoxification organ, we have studied their mechanism of action and possible protection by precise medicinal plant extracts.

The plants used were from Sevene pharma and the formula used is that of Digeodren.

 


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Defined plant extracts can protect human cells against combined xenobotic effects
(Gasnier et al. Journal of Occupational Medicine and Toxicology 2011, 6:3) 

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Abstract: Pollutants representative of common environmental contaminants induce intracellular toxicity in human cells, which is generally amplified in combinations. We wanted to test the common pathways of intoxication and detoxification in human embryonic and liver cell lines. We used various pollutants such as Roundup residues, Bisphenol-A and Atrazine, and five precise medicinal plant extracts.

The plants used were from Sevene pharma and the formulas used were of Veinadren (Circ1), Digeodren (Dig1), Digeoflor (Dig2), Urodren (Uro1) and Spirodren (SP1)