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Spectrometric identifications of sesquiterpene alcohols from niaouli (Melaleuca quinquenervia) essential oil
Bioactive ellagitannins from Cunonia macrophylla, an endemic Cunoniaceae from New Caledonia.
Ferns: From Traditional Uses to Pharmaceutical Development, Chemical Identification of Active Principles
Many fern species are used in traditional medicine in many countries to treat different ailments, but the major effects are in purgative, antibacterial, gastric and renal infection treatment, diuretic, pain killer and anti-inflammatory areas.
Odor-active compounds of Tahitian vanilla flavor
Biological Activity of Polynesian Calophyllum inophyllum Oil Extract on Human Skin Cells.
Investigation of the skin-active effect of "Tamanu oil emulsion" on human skin cells showed cell proliferation, glycosaminoglycan and collagen production, and wound healing activity, and the presence of neoflavonoids as bioactive constituents may contribute to these biological activities.
Characterization of bark extractives of different industrial Indonesian wood species for potential valorization
The Wound Healing and Antibacterial Activity of Five Ethnomedical Calophyllum inophyllum Oils: An Alternative Therapeutic Strategy to Treat Infected Wounds
The cytotoxic, wound healing, and antibacterial properties of five CIO traditionally used to treat infected wounds were evaluated and the pharmacological effects of CIO as wound healing and antimicrobial agent were confirmed.
Antioxidant potential and radical-scavenging effects of flavonoids from the leaves of Psidium cattleianum grown in French Polynesia
- R. Ho, A. Violette, D. Cressend, P. Raharivelomanana, P. Carrupt, K. Hostettmann
- Chemistry, MedicineNatural product research
- 1 February 2012
It is demonstrated that the leaves of P. cattleianum possess main compounds with interesting antioxidant and radical-scavenging activities, as clarified by four biological assays, which may justify the use of these leaves in the traditional medicine of French Polynesia.
Two‐dimensional NMR of sesquiterpenes. 8 —complete assignment of 1H and 13C NMR spectra of seven sequiterpene alcohols from Neocallitropsis pancheri
The complete assignment of the proton and carbon NMR spectra for seven sequiterpene alcohols isolated from the heartwood oil of Neocallitropsis pancheri, namely, α, β‐ and γ‐eudesmol, carissone,…
Tamanu oil and skin active properties: from traditional to modern cosmetic uses
Chemical constituents and biological properties of tamanu oil are presented with a focus of its traditional use inspiring modern valuations related to cosmetic field.