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Phytochemical and spectral analysis of the methanolic extracts of leaves of Murraya koenigii of Jazan, Saudi Arabia.
S. S. Moni
Muhammad Hadi Sultan
Natural product research
Corpus ID: 204814038
The present study aimed to explore the biocomponents of Murraya koenigii leaves through hot continuous percolation method using…
Study on the absolute configuration and antibacterial activities of Epiyangambin
Corpus ID: 115778174
Chemotypification of Astrantia major L. (Apiaceae): Essential‐Oil and Lignan Profiles of Fruits
Chemistry & biodiversity
Corpus ID: 32907219
The fruit essential oils of two populations of Astrantia major L. (Apiaceae, subfamily Saniculoideae) were analyzed in detail by…
Lignans from leaves, seedlings and micropropagated plants of Rollinia mucosa (Jacq.) Baill. – Annonaceae
Solange Faria Lua Figueiredo
Vera Regina Campos Viana
Plant Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
Corpus ID: 23723281
Rollinia mucosa produces furofuranic lignans (magnolin, epiyangambin, yangambin) that are antagonists of platelet-activating…
Constituents of the twigs of Hernandia ovigera that inhibit the transformation of JB6 murine epidermal cells.
Journal of natural products
Corpus ID: 13269676
Activity-guided fractionation of an ethyl acetate extract of the twigs of Hernandia ovigera, using a soft agar assay with JB6…
Phytotoxic lignans of Leucophyllum frutescens.
F. E. Dayan
J. R. Mikell
Corpus ID: 42666694
Bioassay-guided fractionation of the hexane:ethyl acetate (1:1) extract of the leaves of Leucophyllum frutescens (Berl.) I.M…
Pharmacological profile of epiyangambin: a furofuran lignan with PAF antagonist activity.
Journal of lipid mediators
Corpus ID: 34897189
The ability of a furofuran lignan, epiyangambin, to inhibit PAF-induced rabbit platelet aggregation in vitro and thrombocytopenia…
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