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Antidiabetic Potential of Medicinal Plants and Their Active Components
Examples of medicinal plants with antidiabetic potential are described, with focuses on preclinical and clinical studies.
Identification of anti-inflammatory diterpenes from the marine gorgonian Pseudopterogorgia elisabethae
Oleanolic acid and related derivatives as medicinally important compounds
This review presents a compilation of the most relevant scientific papers and technical reports of the chemical, pre-clinical and clinical research on the properties of oleanolic acid and its derivatives, focussing on its cytotoxic, antitumer, antioxidant, Anti-inflamatory, anti-HIV, acetyl cholinesterase, alpha-glucosidase, antimicrobial and immunomodulatory activities.
Axially chiral biscarbazoles and biological evaluation of the constituents from Murraya koenigii.
New bioactive steroidal alkaloids from Buxus hyrcana
Bioactive chemical constituents of Caesalpinia bonduc (Fabaceae)
Chemical constituents of Barleria prionitis and their enzyme inhibitory and free radical scavenging activities
Anti-acetylcholinesterase, anti-α-glucosidase, anti-leishmanial and anti-fungal activities of chemical constituents of Beilschmiedia species.
Triterpenoidal alkaloids from Buxus hyrcana and their enzyme inhibitory, anti-fungal and anti-leishmanial activities.
Biotechnological Production of Plant Secondary Metabolites
Modern techniques have been developed to overcome problems associated with the extraction of natural products from plants, which have led to an increased yield of secondary metabolite amount, the discovery of new biochemical derivatives and agricultural development.