Compilation of secondary metabolites from Bidens pilosa L.

@article{Silva2011CompilationOS,
  title={Compilation of secondary metabolites from Bidens pilosa L.},
  author={Fabiana Lima Silva and Dominique Corinne Hermine Fischer and Josean Fechine Tavares and Marcelo Sobral da Silva and Petr{\^o}nio Filgueiras de Athayde-Filho and Jos{\'e} Barbosa-Filho},
  journal={Molecules},
  year={2011},
  volume={16 2},
  pages={1070-102}
}
Bidens pilosa L. is a cosmopolitan annual herb, known for its traditional use in treating various diseases and thus much studied for the biological activity of its extracts, fractions and isolated compounds. Polyacetylenes and flavonoids, typical metabolite classes in the Bidens genus, predominate in the phytochemistry of B. pilosa. These classes of compounds have great taxonomic significance. In the Asteraceae family, the acetylene moiety is widely distributed in the Heliantheae tribe and some… CONTINUE READING
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