Huperzia serrata

Huperzia serrata

The species from which huperzine is obtained.
See also: Huperzia
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The Huperzia serrata (Hup A) has been used in China for centuries.
Study on fermentation condition for production of huperzine A from endophytic fungus 2F09P03B of Huperzia serrata.
Until now, researchers have only been able to derive small amounts of the compound directly from the Huperzia serrata plant, or had to resort to lengthy and cumbersome methods to synthesize it in the lab.
These include phosphatidyl choline (lecithin), plant enzymes, and huperzine A from the Chinese herb Huperzia serrata (Lamson 2003).
It is derived from a variety of moss called Huperzia serrata and it inhibits the enzyme that destroys acetylcholine.
Not so huperzine A, a cholines terase inhibitor that's derived from the Chinese herb Huperzia serrata.
Extracts of the dub moss Huperzia serrata have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a remedy for various ailments including inflammation and schizophrenia.
Extracts of the club moss Huperzia serrata have long been used in traditional Chinese medicine as a remedy for various ailments including inflammation and schizophrenia.
Hup A is an alkaloid compound originally derived from the club moss Huperzia serrata, which has been used for centuries in China to treat fever.
Huperzine A is a naturally occurring alkaloid found from the club moss Huperzia serrata that has been used for decades in China as a prescription medication for the treatment of dementia.
Huperzine A, a Lycopodium alkaloid produced by Chinese folk herb Huperzia serrata (Lycopodiaceae), has been shown to be a promising agent for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease due to its potent acetylcholinesterase (AChE) activity, as well its efficacy in the treatment of memory of aged patients.