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Cytotoxic triterpenoids from Ganoderma lucidum.
A systematic study of the metabolites in Ganoderma lucidum led to isolation of 43 triterpenoids, six of them (1-6) are hitherto unknown. The structures of the latter were elucidated on the basis ofExpand
Pallidifloside D from Smilax riparia enhanced allopurinol effects in hyperuricemia mice.
Pallidifloside D, a saponin glycoside constituent from the total saponins of Smilax riparia, had been proved to be effective in hyperuricemic control. Allopurinol is a commonly used medication toExpand
Anti-hyperuricemia effects of allopurinol are improved by Smilax riparia, a traditional Chinese herbal medicine.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The roots and rhizomes of Smilax riparia are called "Niu-Wei-Cai" in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM). This botanical has been used in treating the symptoms of goutExpand
Metabolite identification of crude extract from Ganoderma lucidum in rats using ultra-performance liquid chromatography-quadrupole time-of-flight mass spectrometry.
The metabolism of traditional Chinese medicine is very complicated and has been a great challenge. In the present paper, a new strategy was established to study the metabolism of crude extract fromExpand
Acetylated anthraquinone glycosides from Cassia obtusifolia
Three new acetylated anthraquinone glycosides (1–3) were isolated from the seed of Cassia obtusifolia, together with one parent anthraquinone glycoside (1a). Their structures were determined on theExpand
A series of propofol analogs design by targeting pentameric ligand-gated ion channel in silico method.
The crystal complex propofol/GLIC (the bacterial homologue from Gloeobacter violaceus) recently determined also showed sensitivity to general anesthetics, belonging to the pLGIC (pentamericExpand
Pallidifloside D, a saponin glycoside constituent from Smilax riparia, resist to hyperuricemia based on URAT1 and GLUT9 in hyperuricemic mice.
ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE The roots and rhizomes of Smilax riparia (SR), called "Niu-Wei-Cai" in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), are believed to be effective in treating hyperuricemia andExpand
Chinese Traditional Medicine
Natural products are the most important sources of medicines. And in a sense traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a treasure house for producing abundant active natural products, some of which wereExpand
Riparoside B and timosaponin J, two steroidal glycosides from Smilax riparia, resist to hyperuricemia based on URAT1 in hyperuricemic mice.
The roots and rhizomes of Smilax riparia (SR), called "Niu-Wei-Cai" in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), are believed to be effective in treating gout symptoms. However, it is not clear if theExpand
Smilax riparia reduces hyperuricemia in mice as a potential treatment of gout.
The roots and rhizomes of Smilax riparia, called "Niu-Wei-Cai" in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), are believed to be effective in treating gout symptoms. However, it is not clear if theExpand
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