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Antiviral flavonoids from the root bark of Morus alba L.
Authentication and quantitative analysis on the chemical profile of cassia bark (cortex cinnamomi) by high-pressure liquid chromatography.
- Zhen-dan He, C. Qiao, P. Shaw
- Chemistry, MedicineJournal of agricultural and food chemistry
- 11 March 2005
It is suggested that five characteristic peaks by HPLC are suitable for distinguishing genuine cassia bark from the adulterants and could be applied in the quality control of this commodity.
Chemistry and biological activities of caffeic acid derivatives from Salvia miltiorrhiza.
The structural diversity and the pronounced biological activities encountered in the caffeic acid derivatives of S. miltiorrhiza indicate that this class of compounds is worthy of further studies that may lead to new drug discovery.
A comparative study on aqueous root extracts of Pueraria thomsonii and Pueraria lobata by antioxidant assay and HPLC fingerprint analysis.
Antitussive and central respiratory depressant effects of Stemona tuberosa.
Antineoplastic unsaturated fatty acids from Fijian macroalgae.
Reversal of Multidrug Resistance in Cancer by Multi-Functional Flavonoids
It is concluded that these flavonoids do not function as specific regulators of target proteins, but rather as multi-functional agents that negatively regulate the key factors contributing to MDR.
Authentication of the anti-tumor herb Baihuasheshecao with bioactive marker compounds and molecular sequences
Cardenolides, toxicity, and the costs of sequestration in the coevolutionary interaction between monarchs and milkweeds
- A. Agrawal, Katalin Böröczky, C. Duplais
- Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 13 April 2021
It is shown that tropical milkweed produces a burdensome cardenolide toxin, and monarchs convert it to less toxic compounds, the latter sequestered for their own benefit, and that monarch caterpillars convert voruscharin to calotropin and calactin in vivo, imposing a burden on growth.