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Clinacanthus nutans Extracts Are Antioxidant with Antiproliferative Effect on Cultured Human Cancer Cell Lines
  • Y. Yong, J. Tan, +4 authors Z. Ahmad
  • Medicine
  • Evidence-based complementary and alternative…
  • 27 February 2013
Clinacanthus nutans Lindau leaves (CN) have been used in traditional medicine but the therapeutic potential has not been explored for cancer prevention and treatment. Current study aimed to evaluateExpand
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In Vitro Cytotoxic, Antioxidant, and Antimicrobial Activities of Mesua beccariana (Baill.) Kosterm., Mesua ferrea Linn., and Mesua congestiflora Extracts
The in vitro cytotoxicity tests on the extracts of Mesua beccariana, M. ferrea, and M. congestiflora against Raji, SNU-1, HeLa, LS-174T, NCI-H23, SK-MEL-28, Hep-G2, IMR-32, and K562 were achievedExpand
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Cytotoxicity and Structure-Activity Relationships of Xanthone Derivatives from Mesua beccariana, Mesua ferrea and Mesua congestiflora towards Nine Human Cancer Cell Lines
The cytotoxic structure-activity relationships among a series of xanthone derivatives from Mesua beccariana, Mesua ferrea and Mesua congestiflora were studied. Eleven xanthone derivatives identifiedExpand
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Phylattrin, a New Cytotoxic Xanthone from Calophyllum soulattri
Our continuing studies on secondary metabolites from the stem bark of Calophyllum soulattri has led to the isolation of another new diprenylated xanthone, phylattrin (1), in addition to five otherExpand
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Pyranoxanthones from Mesua ferrea
Our phyto chemical studies on the root bark extracts of Mesua ferrea have led to the isolation of two new pyranoxanthones, mesuaferrin A (1) and mesuaferrin B (2). Five other compounds – caloxanthoneExpand
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Antiproliferative xanthone derivatives from Calophyllum inophyllum and Calophyllum soulattri.
Structure-activity relationships of eleven xanthones were comparatively predicted for four cancer cell lines after the compounds were subjected to antiproliferative assay against B-lymphocyte cellsExpand
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Impact of Storage Conditions on the Stability of Predominant Phenolic Constituents and Antioxidant Activity of Dried Piper betle Extracts
The phenolic constituents in Piper betle are well known for their antioxidant potential; however, current literature has very little information on their stability under the influence of storageExpand
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Mesua beccariana (Clusiaceae), A Source of Potential Anti-cancer Lead Compounds in Drug Discovery
An investigation on biologically active secondary metabolites from the stem bark of Mesua beccariana was carried out. A new cyclodione, mesuadione (1), along with several known constituents which areExpand
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Calophyllum inophyllum and Calophyllum soulattri source of anti-proliferative xanthones and their structure–activity relationships
Extensive chromatographic isolation and purification of the extracts of the stem bark of Calophyllum inophyllum and Calophyllum soulattri have resulted in 11 xanthones. C. inophyllum gave inophinninExpand
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A new benzophenone from Mesua congestiflora, an inhibitor against human B lymphocyte cancer cell line
Abstract An investigation on the secondary metabolites from the roots of Mesua congestiflora was carried out. A new benzophenone–congestiflorone ( 1 ) and one xanthone, α-mangostin ( 2 ) wereExpand
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