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Black P, Saleem A, Dunford A, Guerrero-Analco JA, Walshe-Roussel B, Haddad PS, Cuerrier A, Arnason JT.  2011.  Seasonal variation of phenolic constituents and medicinal activities of Northern Labrador tea, Rhododendron tomentosum ssp. subarcticum, an Inuit and cree First Nations traditional medicine.. 77(14):1655-62.
Smiley S, Alkhani D, Liu R, Guerrero-Analco JA, Saleem A, Arnason JT, Haddad PS, Foster BC.  2012.  In vitro effects of rhaponticin from the cree medicinal plant, larix laricina, on the metabolism of the antidiabetic drug gliclazide. PDF icon NHPRSC-2011 Rhaponticin.pdf (1.23 MB)
Eid HM, Ouchfoun M, Saleem A, Guerrero-Analco JA, Walshe-Roussel B, Musallam L, Rapinski M, Cuerrier A, Martineau LC, Arnason JT et al..  2016.  A combination of (+)-catechin and (-)-epicatechin underlies the in vitro adipogenic action of Labrador tea (Rhododendron groenlandicum), an antidiabetic medicinal plant of the Eastern James Bay Cree pharmacopeia.. J Ethnopharmacol. 178:251-7.PDF icon Ingredients in Labrador tea that affect how our bodies store fat (183.83 KB)
Guerrero-Analco JA, Martineau L, Saleem A, Madiraju P, Muhammad A, Durst T, Haddad P, Arnason J T.  2010.  Bioassay-guided isolation of the antidiabetic principle from Sorbus decora (Rosaceae) used traditionally by the Eeyou Istchee Cree First Nations.. PDF icon FRP-019-5-04-X Guerrero 2010-03-01 (PlainLanguage).pdf (236.41 KB)
Muhammad A, Guerrero-Analco JA, Martineau LC, Musallam L, Madiraju P, Nachar A, Saleem A, Haddad PS, Arnason JT.  2012.  Antidiabetic compounds from Sarracenia purpurea used traditionally by the Eeyou Istchee Cree First Nation.. J Nat Prod. 75(7):1284-8.PDF icon FRP-047 and 048 Pitcher plant ingreds PLrev April 11, 2011.pdf (14.75 KB)
Shang N, Guerrero-Analco JA, Musallam L, Saleem A, Muhammad A, Walshe-Roussel B, Cuerrier A, Arnason JT, Haddad PS.  2012.  Adipogenic constituents from the bark of Larix laricina du Roi (K. Koch; Pinaceae), an important medicinal plant used traditionally by the Cree of Eeyou Istchee (Quebec, Canada) for the treatment of type 2 diabetes symptoms.. 141(3):1051-7.