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Myrrh--Commiphora chemistry.
Myrrh and opopanax has been used throughout history in incense and as a perfume. Since Bible times it has been used for the treatment of wounds. The first attempts to identify content compounds wereExpand
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Incensole acetate, an incense component, elicits psychoactivity by activating TRPV3 channels in the brain
Burning of Boswellia resin as incense has been part of religious and cultural ceremonies for millennia and is believed to contribute to the spiritual exaltation associated with such events. TransientExpand
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High-resolution metabolic mapping of cell types in plant roots
Significance Analyzing metabolite composition offers a powerful tool for understanding gene function and regulatory processes. Here, we present nontargeted metabolomics assays of five ArabidopsisExpand
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Microbial‐derived lithocholic acid and vitamin K2 drive the metabolic maturation of pluripotent stem cells–derived and fetal hepatocytes
The liver is the main organ responsible for the modification, clearance, and transformational toxicity of most xenobiotics owing to its abundance in cytochrome P450 (CYP450) enzymes. However, theExpand
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Boswellia resin: from religious ceremonies to medical uses; a review of in-vitro, in-vivo and clinical trials.
OBJECTIVES Despite its historical-religious, cultural and medical importance, Boswellia has not been thoroughly studied, and gaps still exist between our knowledge of the traditional uses of theExpand
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Evaluation of peak picking quality in LC-MS metabolomics data.
The output of LC-MS metabolomics experiments consists of mass-peak intensities identified through a peak-picking/alignment procedure. Besides imperfections in biological samples and instrumentation,Expand
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The transcription factor Cabut coordinates energy metabolism and the circadian clock in response to sugar sensing
Nutrient sensing pathways adjust metabolism and physiological functions in response to food intake. For example, sugar feeding promotes lipogenesis by activating glycolytic and lipogenic genesExpand
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Concise Review: Energy Metabolites: Key Mediators of the Epigenetic State of Pluripotency
Recent studies suggest that the metabolic network is an important part of the molecular circuitry that underlies pluripotency. Of the metabolic pathways that were implicated in the pluripotencyExpand
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The Jerusalem Balsam: from the Franciscan Monastery in the old city of Jerusalem to Martindale 33.
The Jerusalem Balsam, a remedy based on an ethanolic extract of a herbal mixture, was formulated in 1719 in the pharmacy of the Saint Savior monastery in the old city of Jerusalem. Having gainedExpand
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Boswellia resin: from religious ceremonies to medical uses; a review of in‐vitro, in‐vivo and clinical trials
Objectives Despite its historical‐religious, cultural and medical importance, Boswellia has not been thoroughly studied, and gaps still exist between our knowledge of the traditional uses of theExpand
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