ginsenoside


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ginsenoside

(jin-en-ō-sīd),
The presumed active component in ginseng, from the chemical class of saponins.
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Several studies have demonstrated the different beneficial effects of ginsenoside Rg1, which include anti-inflammatory and anti-apoptotic effects (1-7).
Dalian Fusheng Pharmaceutical Company Co Ltd specialises in ginsenoside Rg3, botanical extracts and Traditional Chinese Medicine.
Vaccine adjuvant ginsenoside Rg1 enhances immune responses against hepatitis B surface antigen in mice.
Among those, T[sub]max for tanshinol, metabolite 4-hydroxy-3-methoxylphenyllactic acid, protocatechuic acid, notoginsenoside R[sub]1, and ginsenoside Rg[sub]1 were all <1 h, indicating that CDDP was absorbed very rapidly after its oral administration, while a moderate absorption rate for ginsenoside Rg[sub]1 was observed with a relatively longer half-life, maintaining a sustainable clinical effectiveness.
Analysis of fuzhisan and quantitation of baicalin and ginsenoside Rb(1) by HPLC-DAD-ELSD.
Ginsenoside Rb3, for example, inhibits Ang-II-induced proliferation of VSMCs by interfering with G(0)/G(1) to S phase transition and suppressing the expression of c-fos, c-jun and c-myc (Wang et al.
Effect of dietary supplementation of fermented wild-ginseng culture by-products on egg productivity, egg quality, blood characteristics and ginsenoside concentration of yolk in laying hen.
8] Under mild acidic conditions, PPT ginsenoside is hydrolysable to Rh1, two degradation products of PPT ginsenosides, Rh1 and F1, reach in the systematic circulation in addition to compound-K from stepwise deglycosylation of PPD ginsenosides.
Ginsenoside F1, ginsenoside Rc, and schisandrin A were purchased from Shanghai Winherb Medical Technology Company (China).
2007) reported that the changes in ginsenoside content with age may also be related to the growing area of ginseng roots.
8,865,659, titled “Compositions for Prevention or Treatment of Hepatitis C Virus Containing Ginsenoside RG3 as an Active Ingredient,” describes the formula needed in order to produce a safe and effective compound for treating hepatitis C by using ginsenoside Rg3, which is extracted from the ginseng root.
Ginsenoside Rg1 prevents cognitive impairment and hippocampus senescence in a rat model of D-galactose- induced aging.