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Diterpenes inhibiting NO production from Euphorbia helioscopia.
Three new jatrophane diterpenes (1-3), an unreported spectroscopic data jatrophane diterpenene (4), and nine known analogues (5-13) have been isolated from the whole plants of Euphorbia helioscopia.Expand
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Bioactive Diterpenoids from the Leaves of Callicarpa macrophylla.
A phytochemical investigation of the leaves of Callicarpa macrophylla led to the isolation of five new diterpenoids (1-5), macrophypenes A-E, and nine known analogues (6-14). The structures of 1-5Expand
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Bioactive clerodane diterpenoids from the twigs of Casearia balansae.
Eight new clerodane diterpenes, balanspenes A-H (1-8), along with two known analogues (9 and 10), were isolated from the twigs of Casearia balansae. The structures of 1-8 were elucidated on the basisExpand
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Isolation, Characterization, and Antiproliferative Activities of Eudesmanolide Derivatives from the Flowers of Inula japonica.
Inula japonica belongs to the family Asteraceae, and its flowers have been used as dietary supplements and health tea in China. The study aimed to identify the bioactive components with theExpand
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Two novel clerodane diterpenenes with NGF-potentiating activities from the twigs of Croton yanhuii.
Nerve growth factor (NGF) and analog reagents to promote the neurite outgrowth of nerve cells against the neuron degeneration are expected to be potentially useful for the medical treatment ofExpand
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Bioactive Terpenoids from Salvia plebeia: Structures, NO Inhibitory Activities, and Interactions with iNOS.
A phytochemical investigation to obtain new NO inhibitors resulted in the identification of six new (1-6) and four known (7-10) terpenoids from Salvia plebeia. Compounds 1 and 2 are new diterpenoids,Expand
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Isolation, characterization, and neuroprotective activities of sesquiterpenes from Petasites japonicus.
Neuroprotective reagents to protect the nerve cells against oxidative stress and other damages are potentially effective for the medical treatment of Parkinson's disease. Petasites japonicus, a wildExpand
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Isolation and characterization of sesquiterpenes from Celastrus orbiculatus and their antifungal activities against phytopathogenic fungi.
Celastrus orbiculatus is an insecticidal plant belonging to the Celastraceae family. In this survey on the secondary metabolites of plants for obtaining bioactive substances to serve agriculture, theExpand
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Grayanane Diterpenoids from the Leaves of Rhododendron auriculatum and Their Analgesic Activities.
Twenty-four grayanane diterpenoids (1-24) including 12 new ones (1-12) were isolated from Rhododendron auriculatum. The structures of the new grayanane diterpenoids (1-12) were defined via extensiveExpand
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Characterization and NO inhibitory activities of chemical constituents from an edible plant Petasites tatewakianus.
Petasites tatewakianus is an edible plant belonging to the family Compositae. In our continuous search for NO inhibitors, which may be useful for the development of anti-inflammatory agents, theExpand
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