Eucommia ulmoides

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Eucommia ulmoides

Chinese medicine
An annual herb native to China, the bark of which is analgesic and tonic; it is used for chronic fatigue, headaches, hypertension, impotence, paraesthesias, back and leg pain and vertigo, to calm the foetus in pregnancy and to prevent miscarriage.
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Two recent examples are triterpenoids isolated from Eucommia ulmoides, which bind to the AR (Ong and Tan, 2007) and the isoflavone Daidzein, which modulates the availability of cofactors of the AR (Chen and Chang, 2007).
stem), Stephanandra incisa Zabel (stem), Eucommia ulmoides (leaf), Zanthoxylum piperitum (leaf, root, fructus and stem), Cudrania tricuspidata (leaf), Houttuynia cordata (aerial part), Angelica keiskei (aerial part), Cirsium japonicum var.
Effects of feeding Eucommia ulmoides leaves substituted for rice straw on growth performance, carcass characteristics and fatty acid composition of muscle tissues of Hanwoo steers.
A reticuloendothelial system-activating glycan from the barks of Eucommia ulmoides.
identification of a fermentation product of an endophytic fungus isolated from Eucommia idrnoides.
A new Palaeogene species of the genus Eucommia from Hokkaido, Japan.
Especially, Eucommia ulmoides extract has been used for antihypertensive, anti-inflammatory, and sedative activity in which lignans are major responsible components mediating those effects.
Eucommia ulmoides Oliver is a traditional medicinal plant used in China, and it is one of the main sources of chlorogenic acid.
acnes were Eucommia ulmoides, Ilex paraguariensis and Rosa damascene in that order.
In the herbal plantation base, twelve most widely used medicinal Chinese herbs including Ginkgo, Prickly Ash, Red Sage Root, Schisandra Chinensis, Eucommia were planted, occupying 330,000 square meters.
Content and molecular-weight distribution of EU rubber from Eucommia ulmoides leaves
Protective effects of aucubin isolated from Eucommia ulmoides against UVB-induced oxidative stress in human skin fibroblasts.