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Protective Effects of Otophylloside N on Pentylenetetrazol-Induced Neuronal Injury In vitro and In vivo
The results revealed that OtoN treatment may attenuate PTZ-induced morphology changes, cell death, LDH efflux in embryonic neuronal cells of C57BL/6J mice, and convulsive behavior in zebrafish, and the first investigation of the neuroprotective effects of Oto N, which might be developed as a novel antiepileptic drug.
Cytotoxicity of pregnane glycosides of Cynanchum otophyllum
C21 steroidal glycosides from the roots of Cynanchum saccatum
Volatiles, polysaccharides and total polyphenols in Chinese rose tea infusions and their antioxidant activities
Rose tea is a kind of popular beverage in many Asian countries. In this study, the contents of volatiles, polysaccharides and total polyphenols in three species of Chinese rose tea infusions [Kuishui…
C21 steroidal glycosides from Cynanchum auriculatum and their neuroprotective effects against H2O2-induced damage in PC12 cells.
Antiepileptic C21 steroids from the roots of Cynanchum otophyllum
- Xiang Li, Mi Zhang, Cheng Xiang, Bao-cai Li, Peng Li
- ChemistryJournal of Asian natural products research
- 12 January 2015
In order to discover more natural products possessing potentially antiepileptic activities, three C21 steroids, including a new one, characterized as caudatin-3-O-β-d-cymaropyranosyl-(1 →…
Diarylheptanoids from the root of Curcuma aromatica and their antioxidative effects
Antidiarrhoeal mechanism study of fulvic acids based on molecular weight fractionation.
Sesquiterpene lactones from Artemisia austroyunnanensis suppresses ROS production and reduces cytokines, iNOS and COX-2 levels via NF-KB pathway in vitro
- Lan Liu, Dan Liu, Cheng Xiang, Weifeng Dai, Bao-cai Li, Mi Zhang
- ChemistryNatural product research
- 3 January 2019
Abstract The inhibitory effects of six sesquiterpene lactones (1–6) isolated from Artemisia austroyunnanensis Ling & Y. R. Ling were studied on the LPS-induced inflammatory mediator production in…
Rapid determination of antioxidant molecules in volatiles of rose tea by gas chromatography–mass spectrometry combined with DPPH reaction
A rapid determination method was developed by GC–FID/MS combined with DPPH radical reaction and their activity validation and the methodological evaluation indicated this method could be used for distinguishing antioxidant molecules in volatiles rapidly and effectively.