triterpene


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triterpene

plant toxins, e.g. lantadenes A, B, found in Lantana camara, icterogenins A, B, C, found in Lippia spp. Called also triterpene acids.

triterpene acids
see triterpene (above).
tetracyclic triterpene
plant toxins found in Cucumis spp.
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On the basis of these evidences and comparison with the spectral data of already reported compounds in the literature, [13] the compound was considered as a new taraxastene type triterpene and hence the structure of 1 was assigned as 3-oxo-20(30)-taraxastene-28,13[beta]-olide.
More interesting, confidence intervals were smaller than for absolute concentrations in triterpenes expressing a narrower range of values.
In their study to investigate the triterpene content of four accession of C.
2014) confirmed that lanostane, a triterpene isolated from Protorhus longifolia (Bernh.
A combination of alkaloids and triterpenes of Alstonia scholaris (Linn.
In addition to flavonoids, other classes of compounds have been identified in several types of Brazilian propolis (green, red, and brown propolis) such as prenylated p-coumaric acids, acetophenone derivatives, lignans, other phenolic compounds, and di- and triterpenes [2].
Triterpene glycosides from sea cucucmbers (holofhu-rioidea, echinodermata).
Calixto, "Topical antiinflammatory effects of the ether extract from Protium kleinii and [alpha]-amyrin pentacyclic triterpene," European Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
triterpene B, triterpene A, saikogenin A (Pascual Teresa et al.
The triterpene mixture of alpha- and beta-amyrins, isolated from the trunk wood resin of Protium heptaphyllum also protected mice against liver injury-induced by acetaminophen.