William J Zamora

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In a previous study, the detailed low-molecular weight polyphenolic profile of the different plant parts (leaves, stem, bark and wood) of Uncaria tomentosa was reported, the leaves being the plant part with the highest phenolic content and presenting the most heterogenous proanthocyanidin composition. Further, cytotoxicity of leaves extracts in two cancer(More)
Hydrophobicity is a key physicochemical descriptor used to understand the biological profile of (bio)organic compounds as well as a broad variety of biochemical, pharmacological, and toxicological processes. This property is estimated from the partition coefficient between aqueous and nonaqueous environments for neutral compounds (PN) and corrected for the(More)
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