sennoside


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senna

 [sen´ah]
the dried leaflets of Cassia acutiflora; used in a syrup, fluid extract, or compound powder as a cathartic.

sennoside

/sen·no·side/ (sen´o-sīd) either of two anthraquinone glucosides, sennoside A and B, found in senna as the calcium salts; a mixture of the two is used as a cathartic.

sennoside

(sĕn′ə-sīd′)
n.
Either of two glycosides found in dried senna leaves and used in laxative preparations.

sennoside

A dimeric anthraquinone glycoside isolated from senna (Cassia senna) and rhubarb, which is used as a cathartic.
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What remains unclear is the question whether the natively present dianthrones (most important are sennosides A and B, and their aglyca; Fig.
Sennosides A and B and sennidine A were purchased from Chromadex, Santa Ana, CA, USA, and sennidine B was from Indofine, Belle Mead, NJ, USA.
c[) and percent transport (%T) were determined for sennosides A and B as well as sennidines A and B, at concentrations of 100 and 200 [micro]M.
1992), whereas sennosides A and B failed to induce mutation in strains (Mengs, 1988).
Two-year carcinogenicity study with sennosides in the rat: emphasis on gastro-intestinal alterations.
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Unlike fiber-only products, SennaPrompt(TM) contains natural sennosides for dependable relief within 6-12 hours.