Beaudelaire Kemvoufo Ponou

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The aerial part of Rubus rigidus var. camerunensis (Rosaceae) is used to treat respiratory and cardiovascular disorders in the Cameroonian traditional medicine. The ethanol extract exhibited more potent antioxidant activity (E(max)s of 119% and 229% activity on DPPH and β-carotene test) than aqueous extract. Bioactivity-guided fractionation of the ethanol(More)
Three saponins, including two dimeric triterpenoid glucosides possessing an unusual skeleton, ivorenosides A and B, and a monomeric triterpenoid saponin (ivorenoside C), together with the known sericoside, were isolated from the bark of Terminalia ivorensis. Their structures were established on the basis of 1D and 2D NMR data, chemical methods and tandem(More)
A new C-glycosylflavone, drymaritin E (6-C-(3-keto-β-digitoxopyranosyl)-4'-O-(β-D-glucopyranosyl)-7-methoxyl-5,4'-dihydroxylflavone) 1 was isolated from the oily upper phase (SU) of the MeOH extract from aerial parts of Drymaria cordata together with two known compounds (cassiaoccidentalin A 2 and anemonin 3) and an inseparable mixture of two known(More)
Two new oleanane-type triterpenes named ivorengenin A (=3-oxo-2α,19α,24-trihydroxyolean-12-en-28-oic acid; 1) and ivorengenin B (=4-oxo-19α-hydroxy-3,24-dinor-2,4-secoolean-12-ene-2,28-dioic acid; 2), together with five known compounds, arjungenin, arjunic acid, betulinic acid, sericic acid, and oleanolic acid, were isolated from the barks of Terminalia(More)
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