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Coumestans as the main active principles of the liver drugs Eclipta alba and Wedelia calendulacea.
A HPLC-method is described for qualitative and quantitative analysis of the coumestans, in the extracts of ECLIPTA ALBA and also WEDELIA CALENDULACEA Less.
Antihepatotoxic principles of Phyllanthus niruri herbs.
Isobutrin and butrin, the antihepatotoxic principles of Butea monosperma flowers.
Isoputrin and Butrin, the Antihepatotoxic Principles of Butea monosperma Flowers1
Since an extract from the flowers of BUTEA MONOSPERMA showed significant activity in different models of liver damage, the extract was fractionated by solvent partitioning and HPLC, and activity monitored by means of CCl 4 and GalN-induced liver lesion IN VITRO.
ANALGESIC PRINCIPLES OF ACONITUM ROOTS
The extract of an Oriental medicine "bushi", Aconitum japonicum roots (raw), was fractionated monitored by the analgesic activity in the tail pressure test, leading to the isolation of a mixture of…
Structure of kukoamine A, a hypotensive principle of Lycium chinense root barks1☆
Structure-activity relationship of ericaceous toxins on acute toxicity in mice.
Hypotensive principles of Diospyros kaki leaves.
The extract of a traditional Oriental medicine"kaki-yo, "Diospyros kaki leaves, was fractionated, monitoring for hypotensive activity against urethane-anesthetized rats ; astragalin and isoquercitrin…
Antihepatotoxic principles of Atractylodes rhizomes.
Extracts of various samples of the crude drug prepared from Atractylodes rhizomes exhibited antihepatotoxic activity by in vitro assay methods using carbon tetrachloride- and galactosamine-induced cytotoxicity in primary cultured rat hepatocytes to reveal that atractylon, beta-eudesmol, and hinesol exerted significant liver-protective effects.
Isolation and Hypoglycemic Activity of Arborans A and B, Glycans of Aloe arborescens var. natalensis Leaves
Polysaccharide fractions of the leaves of a number of Aloe species significantly reduced blood sugar level in mice, and elicited marked hypoglycemic effects in normal and alloxan-induced hyperglycemic mice.