diterpene

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diterpene

highly irritant plant diterpenoid esters, e.g. daphnane, tigliane, ingemane.
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Because of no anti-angiogenic activity reported on CHKA and its stronger effect than other kaurane diterpenoids, we decided to monitor its molecular targets using the Zebrafish model.
Uncinatone, a new antifungal hydroquinone diterpenoid from Clerodendrum uncinatum Schinz.
The evidence that this diterpenoid induces tumor cell death and can kill cells overexpressing P-glycoprotein and the anti-apoptotic proteins Bcl-2 and Bcl-[X.
Therefore, our findings proposed that diterpenoids may be useful new chemical agents in the treatment of diseases associated with bone loss.
Pennigritrem, a naturally-occurring penitrem A analog with novel cydization in the diterpenoid moiety.
Antiviral chlorinated claphnane diterpenoid orthoesters from the bark and wood of Trigonostemon cherrieri.
the most active principle among three major diterpenoids (borapetosides A, B, and C) isolated from ethanol extract of Tinospora crispa vines.
The present study has brought out a new halimane diterpenoid, 13-hydroxy-5(10),14-halimadien-6-one (1) and two new labdane diterpenoids, 6[alpha],7[alpha]-diacetoxy-13-hydroxy-8(9),14-labdadien (2) and 9-hydroxy-13(14)-labden-15,16-olide (3), molecule for the first time from hexane extract of Vitex trifolia leaves.
wilfordii with proven anti-inflammatory activity that inhibit the NF-KB pathway include the lipophilic triterpene celastrol (1) and diterpenoid epoxide trip-tolide (2) (Fig.
Jaroszewski, Leishmanicidal, antiplasmodial, and cytotoxic activity of novel diterpenoid 1, 2-quinones from Perovskia abrotanoides: new source of tanshinones, Journal of Natural Products, 64, 1398 (2001).
cordifolia include phenolics, alkaloids, steroids, diterpenoid lactones, sesquiterpenoid, glycosides, polysaccharides, and aliphatic compounds.