aloe-emodin

aloe-emodin

the cathartic principle in aloes. Also present in senna and rhubarb.
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com/article/276768-aloe-vera-stomach-problems/) barbaloin, aloin, and aloe-emodin , which also have an anti-inflammatory effect on the inner lining of the GI tract.
A study by Kumar et al, (5) showed a role of climate and geography on variations in the amount of aloe-emodin (anthraquinones compound found in Aloe vera) hence the variable antimicrobial effect.
Aloe-Emodin, Emodin and Chrysophanol have been reported to decrease the levels of serum total bilirubin, showing partial protective effects on cholestatic liver injury (Zhao et al.
The extracted monomers were identified as chrysophanol,[sup][9] emodin,[sup][10] citreorosein,[sup][11] 3,8-dihydroxy-1-methyl-anthraquinone-2-carboxylic acid,[sup][12] catectin,[sup][13] eriodictyol,[sup][14] naringin,[sup][15] resveratrol,[sup][16] 1-O-galloyl-2-O-cinnamoyl-[sz]-D-glucose,[sup][17] 1-O-caffeoyl-2-(4-hydroxyl-O-cinnamoyl)-[sz]-D-glucose,[sup][18] caffeic acid,[sup][19] 4-hydroxyl-cinnamic acid,[sup][20] 4-hydroxyl-benzoic acid,[sup][21] 9,12,13-trihydroxyoctadecadienoicacid -10(E)-acid,[sup][22] daucosterol,[sup][23] daucosterol linoleate,[sup][24] 3,8-dihydroxy-1-methyl-anthraquione,[sup][25] cassialoin,[sup][26] aloe-emodin,[sup][27] physcion,[sup][28] and rhein [sup][29] [Table 1].
0% of anthraquinones, a class of compounds with antimicrobial potential represented by the substances aloe-emodin, A and B aloin, barbaloin and isobarbaloin (KOSHIOKA et al.
Aloe has an antimicrobial effect; this effect is related to its constituents including anthraquinones and aloe-emodin [12].
The constituents of the rhubarb extract include anthraquinones (emodin, chrysophanol, rheni, physcion, aloe-emodin, and the glycosides of these substances); anthrone; dianthrones (dianthrones of chrysophanol, emodin, aloe-emodin, and glucorhein); heterodianthrones (palmidins A and B); tannins (glucogallin and gallic acid); and starch and calcium oxalate [16, 17].
21) Studies concerning the activities of natural products against SCC have drawn attention in the past few years, such as Aloe-emodin, which inhibit KB cells in a dose-dependent manner.
Genotoxicity of the laxative drug components emodin, aloe-emodin and danthron in mammalian cells: topoisomerase II mediated?
officinale are known for high contents of physiologically active anthraquinones (emodin, aloe-emodin, chrysophanol) in their roots [1-5].
emodin and aloe-emodin, use is not recommended during pregnancy" (EMA, 2006a,b).