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Ephedroxane, anti-inflammatory principle of Ephedra herbs
Maokonine, hypertensive principle of Ephedra roots.
Antiinflammatory principle of Ephedra Herbs.
- H. Hikino, C. Konno, H. Takata, M. Tamada
- Chemistry, MedicineChemical & pharmaceutical bulletin
- 25 October 1980
Since the traditional usage of an Oriental medicine "mao", consisting of Ephedra herbs, suggests that it may possess antiinflammatory activity, a crude drug preparation, the aerial part of E.…
Maokonine, Hypertensive Principle of Ephedra Roots1
Mallorepine, Cyano–γ–Pyridone from Mallotus repandus
Mallorepine, cyano-gamma-pyridone from Mallotus repandus.
Characterization of a potent uveitopathogenic site derived from rat phosducin.
- T. Abe, N. Satoh, A. Nakajima, T. Koizumi, M. Tamada, S. Sakuragi
- Biology, MedicineExperimental eye research
- 1 November 1997
The presence of a potent uveitopathogenic site in PDC(R)65-96 whose potency in Lewis rats was comparable to that of S-antigen and recoverin is demonstrated.
Structure of ephedradine A, a hypotensive principle of Ephedra roots
Abstract A novel flavano-flavonol ephedramin A showing the hypotensive activity has been isolated from the crude drug “ma o -kon”, the roots of Ephedra plants. The stereostructure of ephedrannin A…
Structure of Ephedradine B, a Hypotensive Pronciple of Ephedra Roots