anthraquinone glycosides

anthraquinone glycosides

An anti-inflammatory group of drug used in the treatment of mouth ulcers. A brand name is Pyralvex.
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pink, green, or a combination, are edible, but the green leaves are toxic when eaten in large amounts, due to high levels of oxalates and anthraquinone glycosides.
Application of high-speed counter-current chromatography combined with macroporous resin for rapid enrichment and separation of three anthraquinone glycosides and one stilbene glycoside from Rheum tanguticum.
The leaf lining (latex, resin or sap) contains anthraquinone glycosides (aloin, aloe-emodin and barbaloin) that are potent stimulant laxatives.
Home noted that there is a role for laxatives and prefers anthraquinone glycosides.
These and several other species in these two genera contain anthraquinone glycosides, which produce compounds having a strong purgative action.
The fruits were, oven-dried at 60[degrees]C for about ten hours immediately after collection to prevent the enzymic hydrolysis of the anthraquinone glycosides which usually occurs a few hours after collection (1).
Generally, methanol is a better solvent than water for the extraction of anthraquinone glycosides (Elujoba et al.