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Chemical Composition and Variation of the Essential Oil of Wild Sardinian Helichrysum Italicum G. Don subsp. Microphyllum (Willd.) Nym from Vegetative Period to Post-blooming
The main fraction of the oil consisted of oxygenated compounds present in higher concentrations in June, and the neryl acetal percentage decreased when 5-eudesmen-11-ol percentage increased, and limonene reached 7% relative composition.
Influence of different stabilizing operations and storage time on the composition of essential oil of thyme (Thymus officinalis L.) and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis L.)
Synthesis of 2-chromanol by hydroformylation of 2-hydroxystyrene derivatives
Phenolic Acid Redox Properties: pH Influence on Iron(III) Reduction by Caffeic Acid
Phenolic acids are of great interest to soil chemists because their redox properties affect the availability of micronutrients to plants. In order to provide information about the mechanisms that…
Liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry assay for quantification of Gluten Exorphin B5 in cerebrospinal fluid.
Phytochemical Compositions and Biological Activities of Essential Oils from the Leaves, Rhizomes and Whole Plant of Hornstedtia bella Škorničk
The chemical compositions and cytotoxicity, as well as the antibacterial, antifungal, antitrichomonas, and antiviral activities of essential oils from the leaves, rhizomes, and whole plant of Hornstedtia bella were investigated.
A New Efficient Route to Tolterodine
Tolterodine, an important urological drug, can be conveniently prepared starting from 1-[2-hydroxy-5-methyl)phenyl]-1-phenylethylene, accessible in high yield by alumina-promoted ortho alkenylation…
Enantioselective synthesis of (s)- and (R)-tolterodine by asymmetric hydrogenation of a coumarin derivative obtained by a Heck reaction.
An efficient and short enantioselective synthesis of (S)- and (R)-tolterodine was performed by asymmetric hydrogenation of a coumarin intermediate, easily obtained by a Heck reaction from inexpensive…
Solid Lipid Microparticles (SLM) Containing Juniper Oil as Anti-Acne Topical Carriers: Preliminary Studies
- E. Gavini, V. Sanna, P. Giunchedi
- Chemistry, MedicinePharmaceutical development and technology
- 1 January 2005
The solid lipid microparticles used as carriers of juniper oil and proposed for the topical treatment of acne vulgare are promising carriers for the development of anti-acne topical formulations containing Juniper oil.
A comparative study of volatile constituents of two Helichrysum italicum (Roth) Guss. Don Fil subspecies growing in Corsica (France), Tuscany and Sardinia (Italy)
The essential oils obtained by water distillation from the aerial parts of two Helichrysum italicum ssp. growing in Corsica (France), Tuscany and Sardinia (Italy) were analysed by GC–RI and GC–MS.…