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Anti-inflammatory endiandric acid analogues from the roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of roots of Beilschmiedia tsangii led to the isolation of six new endiandric acid analogues: tsangibeilin A (1), tsangibeilin B (2), endiandramide A (3), endiandric acidExpand
Costunolide causes mitotic arrest and enhances radiosensitivity in human hepatocellular carcinoma cells
PurposeThis work aimed to investigate the effect of costunolide, a sesquiterpene lactone isolated from Michelia compressa, on cell cycle distribution and radiosensitivity of human hepatocellularExpand
Secondary metabolites from the stems of Engelhardia roxburghiana and their antitubercular activities.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of stems of Engelhardia roxburghiana led to isolation of: four diarylheptanoids, engelheptanoxides A-D (1-4); two cyclic diarylheptanoids, engelhardiols A (5) and B (6);Expand
Biological evaluation of secondary metabolites from the roots of Myrica adenophora.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of the roots of Myrica adenophora led to isolation of 24 known compounds and hitherto unknown compounds, including three A-type proanthocyanidins [adenodimerins A-C],Expand
Six new metabolites produced by Colletotrichum aotearoa 09F0161, an endophytic fungus isolated from Bredia oldhamii
Six new compounds, colletobredins A–D (1–4) and colletomelleins A and B (5 and 6), along with 12 previously identified compounds, were isolated from the culture broth of Colletotrichum aotearoa BCRCExpand
Secondary metabolites from the roots of Neolitsea daibuensis and their anti-inflammatory activity.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of the roots of Neolitsea daibuensis afforded three new β-carboline alkaloids, daibucarbolines A-C (1-3), three new sesquiterpenoids, daibulactones A and B (4 and 5) andExpand
Secondary metabolites produced by an endophytic fungus Cordyceps ninchukispora from the seeds of Beilschmiedia erythrophloia Hayata
Abstract Four new amide derivatives, designated as cordycepiamides A–D (1–4), together with 14 known compounds (5–18), were isolated from the EtOAc-soluble fraction of the 95% EtOH extract ofExpand
Cytotoxic alkyl benzoquinones and alkyl phenols from Ardisia virens.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of roots and stems of Ardisia virens Kurz (Myrsinaceae) led to isolation of fourteen compounds, (2'R)-6-(2'-acetoxypentadecyl)-5-hydroxy-2-methoxy-1,4-benzoquinone (1),Expand
Antimycobacterial Butanolides from the Root of Lindera akoensis
Three racemic butanolides, majorenolide (1), majorynolide (2), and majoranolide (3), with 18 known compounds, including ten butanolides, i.e., litsenolide A2 (4), litsenolide B2 (5), litsenolide C1Expand
Secondary Metabolites and Cytotoxic Activities from the Stem Bark of Zanthoxylum nitidum
A dihydrobenzo[c]phenanthridine alkaloid, epizanthocadinanine A (1), together with 27 known compounds, including eight benzo[c]phenanthridines, i.e., oxynitidine (2), oxyavicine (3), oxychelerythrineExpand