Adjuvant and Haemolytic Activities of 47 Saponins Derived from Medicinal and Food Plants

@inproceedings{Oda2000AdjuvantAH,
  title={Adjuvant and Haemolytic Activities of 47 Saponins Derived from Medicinal and Food Plants},
  author={K. Oda and H. Matsuda and T. Murakami and S. Katayama and T. Ohgitani and M. Yoshikawa},
  booktitle={Biological chemistry},
  year={2000}
}
Abstract Adjuvant and haemolytic activities of 47 saponins purified from medicinal and food plants were examined. The compounds showed various levels of both adjuvant and haemolytic activities. Soyasaponins and lablabosides showed strong adjuvant activity but little haemolytic activity. Jujubosides showed strong adjuvant and haemolytic activities. Escins showed weaker adjuvant activity than the adjuvant-control, but strong haemolytic activity. Comparison of the functional groups of each saponin… Expand
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