South American plants II: taspine isolation and anti-inflammatory activity.

@article{Perdue1979SouthAP,
  title={South American plants II: taspine isolation and anti-inflammatory activity.},
  author={G P Perdue and R. N. Blomster and David Blake and N. R. Farnsworth},
  journal={Journal of pharmaceutical sciences},
  year={1979},
  volume={68 1},
  pages={124-6}
}
Croton lechleri L. (Euphorbiaceae), a plant from the Upper Amazon Valley of Peru, yielded the alkaloid taspine. The anti-inflammatory activity of taspine hydrochloride was studied using the carrageenan-induced pedal edema method, the cotton pellet-induced granuloma method, and the adjuvant polyarthritis model. 

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