A cytotoxic triterpenoid saponin from under-ground parts of Gypsophila pilulifera Boiss.& Heldr.
Nebulosides A-B, novel triterpene saponins from under-ground parts of Gypsophila arrostii Guss. var. nebulosa.
Phenolic compounds as indicators of drought resistance in shrubs from Patagonian shrublands (Argentina).
Constituents, Oxidant-Antioxidant Profile, and Antimicrobial Capacity of the Essential Oil Obtained from Ferulago Sandrasica Peşmen and Quézel
Chemical constituents, total phenolic content, total oxidant status, total antioxidant status, lipid hydroperoxides, total free –SH levels, and antimicrobial activity of essential oil obtained from…
Saponin Rich Fractions (SRPs) from Soapwort Show Antioxidant and Hemolytic Activity
Simenoside A, a New Triterpenoid Saponin from Gypsophila simonii Hub.‐Mor.
- I. Arslan
- ChemistryChemistry and Biodiversity
- 1 March 2014
A new triterpenoid saponin, simenoside A (1), based on gypsogenin aglycone, and the known sap onin 2 were isolated from Gypsophila simonii Hub on the basis of extensive spectral analyses and chemical evidence.
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND ANTISTAPHYLOCOCCAL ACTIVITY OF AN ENDEMIC SALVIA CHRYSOPHYLLA STAPF. NATURALLY DISRIBUTED DENIZLI PROVINCE (TURKEY) AND ITS VICINITY
The antistaphylococcal activity of endemic Salvia chrysophylla Stapf naturally distributed in Denizli (Turkey) and its vicinity was investigated and was evaluated against two strong microorganisms StAPHylococcus aureus and Cowan liyofili.
Chemical constituents and in vitro antistaphylococcal activities of endemic Salvia cedronella and S. fruticosa naturally distributed in Denizli (Turkey)
Chemical composition and antimicrobial activity of essential oil from Nepeta cadmea
The findings indicate that the essential oil isolated from N. cadmea has antimicrobial activity and can be used to control microorganisms since this has been used in folk medicine for decades and will be worth-while to investigate the individual components in antibacterial and antifungal assays.
Phytochemical Constituents and Inhibitory Activity towards Methicillin‐Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Strains of Eryngium Species (Apiaceae)
The chemical composition of the essential oils of Eryngium campestre, E. thorifolium, and E. creticum, growing in the Aegean region of Turkey, was determined by direct thermal desorption (DTD)‐GC/MS analyses, finding that α‐pinene and hexanal being the major compounds.