1990), leaf skin AP-F1, leaf skin AP-CPase fraction and the 50 kD glycoprotein fraction, commercially available aloin
A (barbaloin), which are the main low molecular weight components of aloe with high contents, were intraperitoneally administered to mice pretreated with Sz at a dose rate of 100 [micro]l/10g body weight (powder dose: approximately 20 mg).
has a pro-oxidant effect at low concentrations and had an antioxidant effect at higher concentrations.
Last night trading standards officers from Surrey said they had mounted an investigation into the aloin
content of all 100 aloe vera juice brands on sale in Britain.
content of leaf was determined by Hplc (ppm/ 20 mg fresh wt.
used as a purgative and treatment of chronic constipation and reduction of griping Wallis  and Osil et al.
A press release from IASC also cited research from The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), which reviewed aloe vera carcinogenicity information and determined that unpurified whole leaf aloe vera juice is possibly carcinogenic to humans due to its aloin
Effect of indomethacin on aloin
and 1,8 dioxianthraquinone-induced production of prostaglandins in rat isolated colon.
Ample varieties of phytomolecules such as aloin
, ginsenoside, curcumin, epicatcchin, asiaticoside, ziyuglycoside I, magnolol, gallic acid, hydrox-ychavicol, hydroxycinnamic acids, hydroxybenzoic acids, etc.
The prime suspect for causing the tumours is aloin
A, which together with other aloe extracts was removed from laxitives sold over the counter in US pharmacies in 2002 because manufacturers had not provided the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) with sufficient safety information.
However, a lack of federal labeling requirements means consumers cannot be sure whether or how much aloin
is present in any given product.
, used as a bittering agent in beverages and as a pharmaceutical laxative, is extracted.
Analysis of anthraquinones aloe-emodi and aloin
by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry.