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Essential oil composition of Hypericum L. species from Southeastern Serbia and their chemotaxonomy
The hyp-1 gene is not a limiting factor for hypericin biosynthesis in the genus Hypericum.
The results question the role of the hyp-1 gene product as a key enzyme responsible for biosynthesis of hypericins in the genus Hypericum.
Phenolic constituents of 17 Hypericum species from Turkey
The Effect of Camphor and Borneol on Rat Thymocyte Viability and Oxidative Stress
The role of camphor and borneol in reactive oxygen species (ROS) production and mitochondrial membrane potential (MMP) disturbances in rat thymocytes as well as their potential mechanism(s) of action were discussed.
HPLC-MS analysis and anti-oedematogenic activity of Hypericum grandifolium Choisy (Hypericaceae).
- C. X. Bonkanka, A. Šmelcerović, S. Zuehlke, R. Rabanal, M. Spiteller, C. Sánchez-Mateo
- Chemistry, MedicinePlanta medica
- 16 May 2008
It can be suggested that different constituents, such as the flavonoids and the benzophenone derivatives, could be responsible, at least in part, for the anti-oedematogenic effects observed for this species.
Xanthine oxidase inhibitors beyond allopurinol and febuxostat; an overview and selection of potential leads based on in silico calculated physico-chemical properties, predicted pharmacokinetics and…
Comparison of methods for the exhaustive extraction of hypericins, flavonoids, and hyperforin from Hypericum perforatum L.
- A. Šmelcerović, M. Spiteller, S. Zuehlke
- Medicine, ChemistryJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 3 March 2006
High selective liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry analysis showed that the content of six investigated active compounds in extracts obtained by direct sonication was significantly higher than in extracts obtaining by the other methods.
Phytochemical analysis and genetic characterization of six Hypericum species from Serbia.
Microbial polysaccharides and their derivatives as current and prospective pharmaceuticals.
- A. Šmelcerović, Z. Knežević-Jugović, Ž. Petronijević
- Biology, ChemistryCurrent pharmaceutical design
- 30 September 2008
A review of pharmacological properties of microbial polysaccharides (MPS) and their derivatives examines the advances in the application of MPS in the field of tissue engineering.