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Studies on the Saponins of Ginseng. I. Structures of Ginsenoside-Ro, -Rb1, -Rb2, -Rc and -Rd
Ginsenoside-Ro, -Rb1, -Rb2, -Rc and -Rd, the saponins of Ginseng root (root of Panax ginseng C. A. MEYER) have been isolated. The structures of these saponins have been established as I, II, III, IV,… Expand
Studies on the saponins of ginseng. II. Structures of ginsenoside-Re, -Rf and -Rg2.
Ginsenoside-Re, -Rf and -Rg2, the saponins of Ginseng root (root of Panax ginseng C. A. MEYER) were isolated. The structures of these saponins were established as being… Expand
Studies on the Constituents of Panacis Japonici Rhizoma. V. The Structures of Chikusetsusaponin I, Ia, Ib, IVa and Glycoside P1
Chikusetsusaponin I, Ia, Ib, IVa, and glycoside P1, the minor saponins and fattyacylglycoside of Panacis japonici rhizoma (rhizome of Panax japonicum C. A. MEYER) have been isolated. The structure of… Expand
[Studies on the constituents of Panacis japonici rhizoma. II. The structure of chikusetsusaponin IV and some observations on the structural relationship with araloside A].
STUDIES ON THE SAPONINS OF GINSENG PART 1, STRUCTURES OF GINSENOSIDE-RO, -RB1, -RB2, RC AND -RD
Studies on the Constituents of Panacis Japonici Rhizoma. IV. The Structure of Chikusetsusaponin V
The chemical structure of chikusetsusaponin III, C40H80O17·2H2O, mp 196-197°, [α]19D+1.5°(MeOH), a crystalline saponin isolated from the rhizome of Panax japonicum was established to be 20… Expand
Pharmacological studies of Panacis Japonici Rhizoma. I.
- H. Saito, Y. Lee, K. Takagi, S. Shibata, J. Shoji, N. Kondo
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Chemical & pharmaceutical bulletin
- 25 May 1977
Pharmacological properties attributed to Panacis Japonici Rhizoma (PJR) in Chinese medicine in Japan in terms of its usage as a drug for gastroenteric disorders, antipyretic, antitussive, expectorant… Expand
Studies on the Constituents of Panacis Japonici Rhizoma. I. : Isolation and Purification of the Saponins. (1)
Water-soluble Constituents of Rehmanniae Radix. II. On the Constituents of Roots of Rehmannia glutinosa var. purpurea