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  January-March 2016 | Vol 12 | Issue  45
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Original Article
A new biphenyl neolignan from leaves of Patrinia villosa (Thunb.) Juss.
Yan Xin-Jia, Liu Wei, Zhao Ying, Chen Ning, Xu Ying, Wu Jian, Wang Tan, Li Yue, Xiang Zheng
Results: One new stereoisomer of biphenylneolignan with four known compounds was isolated from the leaves of Patrinia villosa Juss. Methods: The structure of the new compound was elucida...
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An efficient high-performance liquid chromatography combined with electrospray ionization tandem mass spectrometry method to elaborate the changes of components between the raw and processed radix Aconitum kusnezoffii
Beibei Wang, Jiaojiao Ji, Shuang Zhao, Jie Dong, Peng Tan, Shengsang Na, Yonggang Liu
Background: Crude radix Aconitum kusnezoffii (RAK) has great toxicity. Traditional Chinese medicine practice proved that processing may decrease its toxicity. In our previous study, we h...
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Optimization of ultrasound-assisted extraction of phenolic compounds from Myrcia amazonica DC. (Myrtaceae) leaves
Mariana Cristina de Morais Rodrigues, Leonardo Luiz Borges, Frederico Severino Martins, Rosa Helena V Mourão, Edemilson Cardoso da Conceição
Background: Myrcia amazonica. DC is a species predominantly found in northern Brazil, and belongs to the Myrtaceae family, which possess various species used in folk medicine to t...
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