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Secondary metabolites from the roots of Neolitsea daibuensis and their anti-inflammatory activity.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of the roots of Neolitsea daibuensis afforded three new β-carboline alkaloids, daibucarbolines A-C (1-3), three new sesquiterpenoids, daibulactones A and B (4 and 5) andExpand
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Neolignans and phenylpropanoids from the roots of Piper taiwanense and their antiplatelet and antitubercular activities.
Bioassay-guided fractionation of roots from Piper taiwanense led to isolation of three neolignans, diallylcatechol (1) and neotaiwanensols A, B (2, 3), two diphenylpropanoid ethers, taiwandimerols A,Expand
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Secondary metabolites from the fungus Porodaedalea pini.