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Estrogenic activity of chemical constituents from Tephrosia candida.
In a continued investigation of medicinal plants from the genus Tephrosia, phytochemical analysis of a methylene chloride-methanol (1:1) extract of the air-dried aerial parts of Tephrosia candidaExpand
Anti-Cancer and Immunostimulatory Activity of Chromones and Other Constituents from Cassia petersiana
Phytochemical investigation of Cassia petersiana Bolle leaves afforded four new compounds, including two chromone derivatives, 7-acetonyl-5-hydroxy-2-methylchromone (petersinone 1, 1) andExpand
Antitumor and Immunostimulatory Activity of Two Chromones and Other Constituents from Cassia Petersiana
Phytochemical and biological investigation of the leaves of Cassia petersiana afforded two new chromones (1, 2), in addition, to the known glyceryl-1-hexacosanoate (3) andExpand
C-Glucoside xanthone from the stem bark extract of Bersama engleriana
Background: The genus Bersama belongs to the Melianthaceae family and comprises of four species (B. swinnyi, B. yangambiensis, B. abyssinica, and B. engleriana) all of which are very high trees; theExpand
Piptaderol from Piptadenia africana.
A new glyceryl derivative (Glyceryl-1-hexacosanoate) and a flavone derivative (methyletherapigenin) were isolated from the stem bark extract of Piptadenia africana, a western Cameroonian plantExpand
GC-MS Analysis of Terpenes from Ficus mucuso
Fractionation of the CH 2 Cl 2 /MeOH extract of the stem bark of Ficus mucuso , a western Cameroonian plant species lead to five main fractions from which eleven terpenes previously reported fromExpand
Turrealabdane, turreanone and an antisalmonellal agent from Turraeanthus africanus.
Phytochemical investigation of the seeds of Turraeanthus africanus (Meliaceae), a Cameroonian plant species traditionally used in the treatment of typhoid fever, afforded eight compounds, includingExpand