Bufadienolides from the southern African Drimia depressa (Hyacinthaceae: Urgineoideae).

  title={Bufadienolides from the southern African Drimia depressa (Hyacinthaceae: Urgineoideae).},
  author={Neil R. Crouch and Angela. Langlois and Dulcie A. Mulholland},
  volume={68 13},
Antiproliferative Homoisoflavonoids and Bufatrienolides from Urginea depressa.
Five of the six new homoisoflavonoids had good antiproliferative activity against the A2780 ovarian cancer, A2058 melanoma, and H522-T1 human non-small-cell lung cancer cells, and urgineanin A (1) had submicromolar activity against all three cell lines.
The chemistry and biological activity of the Hyacinthaceae.
The phytochemical profiles of 38 genera of the Hyacinthaceae will be discussed as well as any biological activity associated with both crude extracts and compounds isolated, and the current contribution considers the family at a global level.
Phytoconstituents from Alpinia purpurata and their in vitro inhibitory activity against Mycobacterium tuberculosis
Its phytomedicinal potential to treat tuberculosis is also described, and for the first time the isolation of these constituents from A. purpurata is demonstrated.
Bufadienolides and their antitumor activity.
This review summarizes both new bufadienolides and those obtained from new sources, together with data regarding the antitumor activity of bufADienolide derivatives, from 1998 to July 2010.
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