Extracts from the Mongolian traditional medicinal plants Dianthus versicolorFisch. and Lilium pumilum Delile stimulate bile flow in an isolated perfused rat liver model.

@article{Obmann2010ExtractsFT,
  title={Extracts from the Mongolian traditional medicinal plants Dianthus versicolorFisch. and Lilium pumilum Delile stimulate bile flow in an isolated perfused rat liver model.},
  author={Astrid Obmann and Damba Tsendayush and Theresia Thalhammer and Martin Zehl and Thanh Phuong Nha Vo and Sodnomtseren Purevsuren and Damdinsuren Natsagdorj and Samdan Narantuya and Christa Kletter and Sabine Glasl},
  journal={Journal of ethnopharmacology},
  year={2010},
  volume={131 3},
  pages={
          555-61
        }
}
Quantification of flavonoid glycosides in an aqueous extract from the traditional Mongolian medicinal plant Dianthus versicolor FISCH.
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An HPLC-diode array detection method was established in order to investigate dried aerial parts of Dianthus versicolor FISCH, a plant used in traditional Mongolian medicine against liver impairment, and the results highlight the need for proper quality control for this herbal drug.
HPLC determination of flavonoid glycosides in Mongolian Dianthus versicolor Fisch. (Caryophyllaceae) compared with quantification by UV spectrophotometry.
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It was proven that threefold sonication represents a time-saving, effective and cheap method for the extraction of the polar flavonoid glycosides and the contents determined by HPLC were shown to be in agreement with those obtained employing UV spectrophotometry.
Choleretic Activity of Turmeric and its Active Ingredients.
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A significant dose-dependent enhancement in both BF and TBAs was detected after treatment with the turmeric decoctions which suggested the choleretic activity was bile acid-dependent secretion, and the content of BIS and TUR were dominant factors of controlling BL andTBAs in EtOAC and PE extracts.
Variation of Phenolic Compounds and Antioxidant Capacities in Different Organs of Lilium pumilum
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The results showed that (-)-epicatechin was the most abundant phenolic compound, and salicylic acid as the most prevalent phenolic acid in wild L. pumilum.
A review on the dietary flavonoid kaempferol.
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The distribution of ka Kempferol in the plant kingdom and its pharmacological properties are reviewed and the pharmacokinetics and safety of kaempferol are analyzed to help understand the health benefits of kaEMPferol-containing plants and to develop this flavonoid as a possible agent for the prevention and treatment of some diseases.
Effects of flavonoids from Allium mongolicum Regel as a dietary additive on meat quality and composition of fatty acids related to flavor in lambs
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Addition of AMR to diet improved the meat quality and had favorable effects on fatty acid composition related to meat flavor in longissimus dorsi muscle of lambs.
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