Bang-Jiao Chen

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Cinnamaldehyde analogues are a class of chemical substances originated from derivatization of cinnamaldehyde, and are structurally characterized by the presence of cinnamoyl moiety. Due to the presence of highly reactive α,α-unsaturated carbonyl pharmacophore (Michael acceptor) in their structures, these molecules are apt to react with some enzymes and/or(More)
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The genus Litsea, mainly distributed in the tropical and subtropical regions, has been used in traditional and indigenous Chinese medicines for the treatment of diarrhea, stomachache, dyspepsia, gastroenteritis, diabetes, edema, cold, arthritis, asthma, pain, traumatic injury, etc. for a long history. The present review aims(More)
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The calyxes and fruits of Physalis alkekengi L. var. franchetii (Mast.) Makino (Physalis Calyx seu Fructus), have been widely used in traditional and indigenous Chinese medicines for the therapy of cough, excessive phlegm, pharyngitis, sore throat, dysuria, pemphigus, eczema, and jaundice with a long history. AIM OF THE(More)
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