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  1. Limonoids from Munronia henryi and their anti-tobacco mosaic virus activity

    Fitoterapia 107:29 (2015)

    Five new compounds (1–5), including three limonoids, one diterpenoid, and one phytosterol, along with four known limonoids (6–9), were isolated from the ethanolic extracts of whole plants of Munronia henryi. Their structures were elucidated by extensive spectroscopic analysis. In addit...
  2. Diterpenoids from the twigs and leaves of Croton caudatus var. tomentosus

    Fitoterapia 107:54 (2015)

    One new 9,10-seco-abietane derivative, crotontomentosin A (1), four new abietane-type diterpenoids, crotontomentosins B–E (2–5), one new ent-halimane-type diterpenoid, crotontomentosin F (6), along with five known diterpenoids (7–11) and one known sesquiterpenoid (12) were obtained fro...
  3. Hexacyclic monoterpenoid indole alkaloids from Rauvolfia verticillata

    Fitoterapia 107:44 (2015)

    Five new hexacyclic monoterpenoid indole alkaloids, rauvovertine A (1), 17-epi-rauvovertine A (2), rauvovertine B (3), 17-epi-rauvovertine B (4), and rauvovertine C (5) together with 17 known analogues were isolated from the stems of Rauvolfia verticillata. Compounds 1/2 and 3/4 were o...
  4. Belamcandae chinensis rhizoma – a review of phytochemistry and bioactivity

    Fitoterapia 107:1 (2015)

    Belamcandae chinensis rhizoma, is a rhizome of Iris domestica (syn. Belamcanda chinensis). Under the Chinese name she gan, it is extensively used in Traditional Chinese Medicine and other East Asian phytotherapy systems. Recently, the monograph of Belamcandae chinensis rhizoma has been...
  5. New isoflavones from Gynandriris sisyrinchium and their antioxidant and cytotoxic activities

    Fitoterapia 107:15 (2015)

    Chemical investigation of Gynandriris sisyrinchium (L.) Parl growing in Jordan resulted in the isolation and characterization of a total of twelve compounds two of which are reported here for the first time in nature. These new compounds included the isoflavones; 3′-methyl tenuifone (2...
  6. Prenylated phenylpropanoid compounds from the stem bark of Illicium burmanicum

    Fitoterapia 107:22 (2015)

    Ten new prenylated phenylpropanoid compounds, burmanicumols A–G (1–6) and illifrognones D–G (7–10), and seven known prenylated phenylpropanoid compounds, were isolated from the stem bark of Illicium burmanicum. The structures of the new compounds were determined on the basis of 1D and ...
  7. Three new alkaloids and three new phenolic glycosides from Liparis odorata

    Fitoterapia 107:63 (2015)

    Three new alkaloids, liparis alkaloid A (1), B (2), C (3), and three new phenolic glycosides, liparis glycoside H (4), I (5), J (6), together with three known phenolic glycosides (7–9) were isolated from the whole plant of Liparis odorata. Their structures were characterized on the bas...
  8. Two new ent-kaurane-type diterpene glycosides from zucchini (Cucurbita pepo L.) seeds

    Fitoterapia 107:69 (2015)

    Two new ent-kaurane diterpene glycosides; 12α-(β-d-glucopyranosyloxy)-7β-hydroxykaurenolide (1) and 7β-(β-d-glucopyranosyloxy)-12α-hydroxykaurenolide (2), a new steroid; (24S)-stigmasta-7,22E,25-trien-3-one (12), and known compounds (3–11, 13–14) were isolated from zucchini (Cucurbita ...
  9. Flavonol dimers from callus cultures of Dysosma versipellis and their in vitro neuraminidase inhibitory activities

    Fitoterapia 107:77 (2015)

    A chemical investigation of callus cultures of Dysosma versipellis led to the isolation of five new flavonol dimers, dysoverines A−E (1−5), together with 12 known compounds (6−17). The structures of new compounds were determined by the extensive spectroscopic data analyses. The biosynt...
  10. Metabolism and pharmacokinetics of 8-hydroxypiperidinylmethyl-baicalein (BA-j) as a novel selective CDK1 inhibitor in monkey

    Fitoterapia 107:36 (2015)

    Cyclin-dependent kinase 1 (CDK1) is the only necessary CDK in the cell proliferation process and a new target in the research and development of anti-cancer drugs. 8-Hydroxypiperidinemethyl-baicalein (BA-j) is a Mannich base derivative of baicalein (BA) isolated from Scutellaria baical...