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Identification of antimicrobial and antioxidant constituents from licorice of Russian and Xinjiang origin.
TLDR
The organic extracts of two licorices exhibited potent antimicrobial and antioxidant activity and revealed glabrene, glabridin, and licochalcones A and B as active principles.
Studies on the water soluble constituents of lichens. II. Antitumor polysaccharides of Lasallia, Usnea, and Cladonia species.
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From six species of lichens, a variety of polysaccharide fractions were prepared and their antitumor effects were tested against the sarcoma 180 implanted in mice, and it has been revealed that complex heteroglycans consisting chiefly of mannose, galactose, and glucose occur commonly as predominant, cold-water solublepolysaccharides, together with a small amount of α-glucan presumed to be PC-3 type.
In vitro transport of sodium diclofenac across rat abdominal skin: effect of selection of oleaginous component and the addition of alcohols to the vehicle.
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To increase the solubility and the permeability of sodium diclofenac, ethanol and n-octanol were added to each oil (designated as the formulated vehicles) and a linear correlation was observed between the initial release rate ofdicl ofenac from the formulated vehicle and the in vitro permeation of dIClofanac through the vehicle to the skin.
Improvement of intestinal absorption of macromolecules by nitric oxide donor.
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The findings suggest that anNO donor can improve the absorption of macromolecules from all regions of the rat intestine with very little mucosal damage and that an NO donor can act as a potent absorption enhancer.
Studies on constituents of medicinal plants. VII. The stereochemistry of paulownin and isopaulownin.
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The stereochemistry of paulownin, isopaulown in, m.p. 132°, d-sesamin and d- asarinin were elucidated as IIa, IIb, Ia and Ib by the analysis of their NMR spectra, respectively and consequently, epi-asarinin as Ic.
Effect of vehicles on diclofenac permeation across excised rat skin.
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The skin permeation of diclofenac increased following pretreatment with diisopropyl adipate or diethyl sebacate, but not with middle chain triglyceride (Panasate 875), suggested that the main reason may be the enhancement effect of fatty acid esters.
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