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Flavone glucosides with immunomodulatory activity from the leaves of Pleioblastus amarus.
Antioxidative flavanone glycosides from the branches and leaves of Viscum coloratum.
Two new flavanone glucosides were isolated from the branches and leaves of Viscum coloratum NAKAI (Loranthaceae) and showed potent albeit varied degrees of antioxidative activities and the structure-activity relationship is discussed.
Mistletonone, a novel antioxidative diarylheptanoid from the branches and leaves of Viscum coloratum.
The compound showed significant scavenging effects on hydroxyl radicals and superoxide anion radicals in the direct assay using the electron spin resonance (ESR) technique.
[Relation between root structure and accumulation of anthraquinones of Morinda officinalis].
- Hui Yao, Hong-Hong Wu, C. Feng, Sheng Zhao, S. Liang
- Biology, MedicineShi yan sheng wu xue bao
- 1 April 2004
The root of M. officinalis should be collected after four years of growing and the top grade root should have well developed phloem and thin xylem and the content of anthraquinones in the root gradually increased in number with age.