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Identification of a Triterpenoid Saponin from a Crucifer, Barbarea vulgaris, as a Feeding Deterrent to the Diamondback Moth, Plutella xylostella
Larvae of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella, a crucifer specialist, refuse to feed on a crucifer, Barbarea vulgaris, because of the presence of a feeding deterrent, which is extractable withExpand
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Anti-AIDS agents. 30. Anti-HIV activity of oleanolic acid, pomolic acid, and structurally related triterpenoids.
Oleanolic acid (1) was identified as an anti-HIV principle from several plants, including Rosa woodsii (leaves), Prosopis glandulosa (leaves and twigs), Phoradendron juniperinum (whole plant),Expand
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Resistance in the Plant, Barbarea vulgaris, and Counter-Adaptations in Flea Beetles Mediated by Saponins
Three saponins and two sapogenins had differential effects on food consumption in five near-isogenic flea beetle lines, which differ in their ability to utilize a novel host plant, Barbarea vulgarisExpand
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Antiproliferative sesquiterpene lactones from the roots of Inula helenium.
The MeOH extract of the roots of Inula helenium showed a high inhibitory activity for cell growth against MK-1, HeLa and B16F10 cell lines. Significant activity was found in the hexane-solubleExpand
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Antiproliferative constituents in plants 10. Flavones from the leaves of Lantana montevidensis Briq. and consideration of structure-activity relationship.
The flavonoid fraction from the leaves of Lantana montevidensis Briq. (Verbenaceae) showed antiproliferative activity against human gastric adenocarcinoma (MK-1, GI50: 12 microg/ml), human uterusExpand
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Antiproliferative constituents in umbelliferae plants. III. Constituents in the root and the ground part of Anthriscus sylvestris Hoffm.
The MeOH extract of the root and the ground part of Anthriscus sylvestris Hoffm. showed a high inhibitory activity against MK-1, HeLa, and B16F10 cell growth in vitro. The activity was found only inExpand
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Interactions of Phytoestrogens with Estrogen Receptors α and β (III). Estrogenic Activities of Soy Isoflavone Aglycones and Their Metabolites Isolated from Human Urine
Two glucuronides (4′-O-, and 7-O-) and a glucuronyl (7-O-) sulfate (4′-O-) of genistein, two glucuronides (4′-O-, and 7-O-) and a glucuronyl (7-O-) sulfate (4′-O-) of daidzein, 7-O-glucuronides ofExpand
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Anti-AIDS agents 38. Anti-HIV activity of 3-O-acyl ursolic acid derivatives.
Based on our previous finding that 3-O-acyl-betulinic and -oleanolic acids, especially the 3-O-(3',3'-dimethyl)-succinyl derivatives (2 and 4), demonstrated potent anti-HIV activity [EC(50) < 0.00035Expand
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Antiproliferative constituents in plants 9. Aerial parts of Lippia dulcis and Lippia canescens.
The antiproliferative constituents in the MeOH extracts of the aerial parts of Lippia dulcis Trev. and Lippia canescens Kunth (Verbenaceae) were investigated. Activity-guided chemical investigationExpand
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Antiproliferative constituents from Umbelliferae plants VII. Active triterpenes and rosmarinic acid from Centella asiatica.
The antiproliferative constituents in the MeOH extract from the aerial parts of Centella asiatica were investigated. Activity-guided fractionation of MeOH extract resulted in the isolation of ursolicExpand
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