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Plicosepalin A, a new antioxidant catechin–gallic acid derivative of inositol from the mistletoe Plicosepalus curviflorus
Abstract Phytochemical investigation of the semi-parasitic plant, Plicosepalus curviflorus (Loranthaceae) growing in Saudi Arabia resulted in the isolation of a new catechin–gallic acid derivative ofExpand
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Dragmacidoside: a new nucleoside from the Red Sea sponge Dragmacidon coccinea
Chemical investigation of the Red Sea sponge Dragmacidon coccinea led to the isolation of a new nucleoside, dragmacidoside (1), along with eight known compounds: adenosine (2), inosine (3),Expand
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Bioactivity-guided Study of Passiflora caerulea L. Leaf Extracts
Passiflora species were known by their anticonvulsant, anxiolytic and sedative activities. The aim of this study was to investigate the chemical composition of the most active leaf extract ofExpand
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Phytochemical investigation of the bioactive extracts of the leaves of Ficus cyathistipula Warb.
Abstract Ethanolic and aqueous leaf extracts of Ficus cyathistipula significantly reduced blood-glucose level, improved triglycerides and cholesterol levels of dyslipidemia in diabetic-rats. TheyExpand
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Nucleoside Constituents of the Egyptian Tunicate Eudistoma laysani
Chemical investigation of the crude extract of the Egyptian marine tunicate Eudistoma laysani led to the isolation of a new nucleoside; 3-deazainosine and four known ones; inosine, 2'-deoxyuridine,Expand
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Investigation and isolation of the active constituents of petroleum ether fraction of Medicago sativa L. sprouts
unsaponifiable fraction from petroleum ether extract of Medicago sativa L. sprouts was analyzed by GLC, a series of 17 hydrocar- bons and 2 phytosterols; β-sitosterol and stigmasterol wereExpand
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Chemical Constituents from the Leaves of Euphorbia ammak Growing in Saudi Arabia
Investigation of the chloroform extract of Euphorbia ammak leaves led to the isolation of three compounds: euphol (1), α-glutinol (2) and stigmasterol (3) Their structures were elucidated by 1D andExpand
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Evaluation of Medicago sativa L. sprouts as antihyperlipidemic and antihyperglycemic agent.
Medicago sativa L. (Alfalfa) is traditionally used to treat diabetes. This study was designed to investigate the potential antihyperlipidemic and antihyperglycemic activity of M. sativa sprouts inExpand
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Three caffeoylquinic acid derivatives identified as 3,5-dicaffeoylquinic acid methyl ester, 3,4,5tricaffeoylquinic acid and 4,5-dicaffeoylquinic acid were isolated for the first time from the ethylExpand
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Chemical profile and biological activities of the aerial parts of Senecio acaulis (L.f.) Sch.Bip
Background: Genus Senecio is known by its phenolic constituents, terpenoids, essential oil (EO), and pyrrolizidine alkaloids. No previous reports could be traced about the phytochemical study ofExpand
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