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Prenylated flavanones from Derris reticulata
Two new pyranoflavanones, 2‴,3‴-epoxylupinifolin and dereticulatin, together with the known flavonoid lupInifolin, were identified from the stems of Derris reticulata and showed cytotoxic activity in the P-388 cell line. Expand
Cyanogenic and non-cyanogenic glycosides from Manihot esculenta.
In addition to lotaustralin and linamarin, a novel cyanogenic glycoside, 2-((6-O-(beta-D-apiofuranosyl)-beta-D-glucopyranosyl)oxy)-2-met hylbutanenitrile , two novel non-cyanogenic glycosides,Expand
Bioactive scalaranes from the Thai sponge Hyrtios gumminae.
Chemical investigation of the Thai sponge Hyrtios gumminae collected from Similan Island in the Andaman Sea, Thailand, yielded four new sesterterpenoids, similan A, 12beta,20-dihydroxy-16beta-acetoxy-17-scalaren-19-20-olide, together with seven known compounds. Expand
Nitrogenous sesquiterpenes from the Thai marine sponge Halichondria sp.
Abstract Five nitrogenous sesquiterpenes having an isonitrile [(−)-axisonitrile-3], a formamide [(+)-axamide-3, axamide-2 and (3S*,5R*,6R*,9R*)-3-formamido-1(10)-cadinene], and an amineExpand
Lupane, friedelane, oleanane, and ursane triterpenes from the stem of Siphonodon celastrineus Griff.
Twenty-one triterpenes consisting of a lupane derivative, two friedelanes, an oleanane derivative, and 17 ursane-type triterpenoids, together with three known triterpenes, three sterols, a fattyExpand
Investigation of some bioactive Thai medicinal plants
In this review, recent work on the investigation of selected bioactive Thai medicinal plants is presented and their biological activities against infectious diseases including antimalarial and anti-HIV, are highlighted, as well as their anticancer, antiulcer andAnti-inflammatory properties. Expand
Terpenoids from the roots of Drypetes hoaensis and their cytotoxic activities.
Seven terpenoids and twelve known compounds and vanillin were isolated from the dichloromethane extract of the roots of Drypetes hoaensis and the anticancer activity of nine of these compounds was investigated. Expand
Cytotoxic Natural Products From Thai Plants: A Recent Study
This paper reviews the research of selected Thai plants for the discovery of therapeutic agents and focuses on recent research on Thai plants that possess cytotoxic properties. Expand
Natural products for the improvement of the quality of life
Work on the utility of some Thai plants as the source of food is presented including toxicological studies of stevioside and chemical investigations of cassava (Munihot esculentu Crantz). IncreasingExpand