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Eleven new highly oxygenated triterpenoids from the leaves and stems of Schisandra chinensis.
Eleven new triterpenoids, schinchinenins A–H (1–8) and schinchinenlactones A–C (9–11) together with three known triterpenoids, henrischinins A–C (12–14), were isolated from the leaves and stems ofExpand
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Spirochensilides A and B, Two New Rearranged Triterpenoids from Abies chensiensis.
Two new triterpenoids, spirochensilides A (1) and B (2) were isolated from Abies chensiensis. Comprehensive spectroscopic analysis revealed that 1 and 2 are the first example of triterpenoidsExpand
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Role of MRI in the early diagnosis of tubal ectopic pregnancy
AbstractObjectiveTo determine the role of MRI in the early diagnosis of tubal ectopic pregnancy (EP).MethodsClinical and MRI features of 27 cases of tubal pregnancy were reviewed.ResultsAExpand
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New lignans from the roots of Schisandra sphenanthera.
Nine new lignans (1-8, 13) and five known ones (9-12, 14) have been isolated from the roots of Schisandra sphenanthera and were tested for their capacity to scavenge 2,2-diphenyl-1-Picryl-hydrazylExpand
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Long Noncoding RNA H19 Participates in the Regulation of Adipose-Derived Stem Cells Cartilage Differentiation
Adipose-derived stem cells (ADSCs) are multipotent and have received increasing attention for their applications in medicine. Cell-based therapies are optimal for diseases with loss or damage toExpand
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Cytotoxic triterpenes with diverse skeletons from Amoora tsangii
Two new 29-nor-cycloartane triterpenes, amooratsanols A and B (1, 2) along with nine known compounds including two 29-nor-cycloartane triterpenes (3, 9), two lupane triterpenes (4, 5), twoExpand
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Thiophene acetylenes and furanosesquiterpenes from Xanthopappus subacaulis and their antibacterial activities.
In a search for naturally occurring antibacterial compounds in medicinal plants, six hitherto unknown thiophene acetylenes, named 10,11-threo-xanthopappin D, 10,11-erythro-xanthopappin D,Expand
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Rat Model of Trigeminal Neuralgia Using Cobra Venom Mimics the Electron Microscopy, Behavioral, and Anticonvulsant Drug Responses Seen in Patients.
BACKGROUND A new animal model of trigeminal neuralgia produced by injecting cobra venom into the infraorbital nerve (ION) trunk in rats had been developed. We tested and extended the model byExpand
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Terpenoids with anti-inflammatory activity from Abies chensiensis.
The phytochemical investigation of Abies chensiensis led to the isolation and identification of nine new compounds including eight triterpenoids (1-8) and a new abietane-type diterpene (9), alongExpand
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[Expression of high mobility group protein-B1 in mice with hyperoxia-induced bronchopulmonary dysplasia].
OBJECTIVE To study the effect of hyperoxia exposure on high mobility group protein-B1 (HMGB1) expression in neonatal mice and the role of HMGB1 in the pathogenesis of bronchopulmonary dysplasiaExpand
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