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The genus Stephania (Menispermaceae): chemical and pharmacological perspectives.
The plants of the genus Stephania (Menispermaceae) are widely distributed, and have long been used in folk medicine for the treatment of various ailments such as asthma, tuberculosis, dysentery,Expand
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Chemical constituents from the leaves of Boehmeria rugulosa with antidiabetic and antimicrobial activities
Three new flavonoid glycosides, named chalcone-6′-hydroxy-2′,3,4-trimethoxy-4′-O-β-d-glucopyranoside (1), isoflavone-3′,4′,5,6-tetrahydroxy-7-O-{β-d-glucopyranosyl-(1 → 3)-α-l-rhamnopyranoside} (2),Expand
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Celtisanin, a novel sulphonated phenolic from Celtis australis L. fruits
A novel sulphonated phenolic named celtisanin (1), elucidated as 3-[8′-hydroxy-prop-6′-ene-6′-yl]-5-hydroxymethyl-4-methoxy-2-[penta-1′,4′-diene-1′-yl-5′-sulphonic acid]-5,6-dihydrobenzofuran, hasExpand
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Anti-hyperglycemic effect of 11-hydroxypalmatine, a palmatine derivative from Stephania glabra tubers
A palmatine derivative, named 11-hydroxypalmatine (4), has been isolated from the tubers of Stephania glabra, together with three known alkaloids, palmatine (1), dehydrocorydalmine (2), andExpand
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Further Aporphine Alkaloids from Phoebe lanceolata
Stem bark of Phoebe lanceolata was extracted with ethanol and fractionated with ethyl acetate yielded soluble and insoluble fractions. Ethyl acetate insoluble fraction was subjected to columnExpand
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