MEMM

AcronymDefinition
MEMMMaximum Entropy Markov Model (language processing)
MEMMMinimal Entropy Martingale Measure
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Pylorus Ligation-Induced Gastric Ulcer Assay on the Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM. The most effective partition determined following the ethanol-induced gastric ulcer assay was further subjected to the pylorus ligation-induced gastric ulcer assay according to the method described by Shay et al.
Effects of Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM on Antioxidant Enzymes of Gastric Tissues.
Determination of Endogenous Antiulcer Mechanisms of the Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM
Role of Nonprotein Sulfhydryl Groups on the Gastropro tection Exerted by the Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM. To investigate the involvement of the endogenous sulfhydryls compounds in the modulation of gastroprotective effect of the most effective semipurified extract, the procedure by Andreo et al.
Role of Nitric Oxide on the Gastroprotection Exerted by the Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM. To investigate the involvement of endogenous NO in the modulation of gastroprotective effect of the most effective semipurified extract of MEMM, the procedure by Andreo et al.
HPLC Analysis of the Most Effective Semipurified Extract of MEMM and Comparison against the HPLC Profile of Crude Extract MEMM or Pure Flavonoids.
Phytochemical Screening of Various Semipurified Extracts of MEMM. The phytochemical screening of the PEMM, EAMM, and AQMM revealed the presence of saponins and tannins, but not alkaloids, in all semipurified extracts (Table 1).
Antioxidant Potential of Various Semipurified Extracts of MEMM. The antioxidant activities of each partition at the concentration of 200 [micro]g/mL are illustrated in Table 2.
Effects of Various Semipurified Extracts of MEMM on Inflammatory Mediators.
Gastroprotective Potential of Various Semipurified Extracts of MEMM
Effect of Various Semipurified Extracts of MEMM against Ethanol-Induced Gastric Ulcer.
HPLC Profile of EAMM and Comparison against the HPLC Profile of Crude MEMM and Standard Pure Flavonoids.