Moreover, the existence of 20(R)-ocotillol type saponins
in nature is fewer than other saponins
The biological action of saponins
in animal systems: a review.
Concentration of saponins
, cyanogenic glycosides and alkaloids of trees species consumed by cattle in acahuales of low deciduous forest.
on apoptosis in normal human keratinocytes exposed to UVB, as well as their antitumoral activity.
Phytochemical screening showed tannins, flavonoids, alkaloids, saponins
, cardiac glycosides and phenols were present in the extract.
indica derived compound classified as saponins
, is a heterogenous mixture of molecules varying both in their aglycone and sugar moieties.
Five animals that received the extract of saponins
died between 10 and 20min post-administration.
Charrouf, "Triterpenoid saponins
from Herniaria fontanesii," Phytochemistry, vol.
where [M.sub.t] is the concentration of saponins
at time, t (%), [M.sub.0] is the initial concentration of saponins
(%), t is time in hour basis (h), and [k.sub.1] and [k.sub.2] describe the Peleg rate ([h%.sup.-1]) and the Peleg capacity constant (%-1), respectively.
Emulsions are cost-effective vaccine adjuvants, and their combination with saponins
is a promising way to increase the efficacy of veterinary vaccines.
After analysis, results show that carbohydrates, reducing sugars, tannins, alkaloids, and saponins
were present in the extract (Table 2).
* Mechanisms of dyslipidemia-ameliorating effects of saponins
from Trigonella foenum-graecum seeds were firstly explicated through accelerating cholesterol metabolism and reverse cholesterol transport and inhibiting 3-hydroxy-3-methylglutaryl coenzyme A reductase in both serum and liver.