Chemical Name: decahydro-3a, 6,6,9 a-tetramethylnaphtho (2,1 b) furan-2 (1h)-one
Properties: white or white crystalline powder
Native to Europe, now mainly in France, Russia, Uzbekistan and other countries. China From the early twentieth century the introduction of the plant 70.
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Plant source: Toddalia asiatica (L.)Lam.
Characteristics: light yellow powder or white powder, melting point: 195-205°C , 207℃(lmol ethanol) or 250℃(0.5mol water)
Specifications: 50％、90%、95%、98％ HPLC
Potent, cell-permeable inhibitor of protein kinase C (IC50 = 660 nM); competitive with respect to the phosphate acceptor and non-competitive with respect to ATP. Has a wide range of biological activities, including antiplatelet, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antitumor effects. Activates MAPK pathways, independent of PKC inhibition. Inhibits binding of BclXL to Bak (IC50 = 1.5 μM) or Bad proteins and stimulates apoptosis.
Plant resources: wild unripe apples
Efficiency ingredients: apple polyphenols, phloretin, phloridzin
Specification: Polyphenols 75%, 80%, Phloridzin 4%, 40%, 98%, Phloretin 70%, 90%, 98%
Apple Polyphenols are phytochemicals concentrated in the skin of unripe apples. Quercetin, procyanidins, catechins, phloridzin, phlorizin, epicatechin, rutin, and chlorogenic acid are all apple polyphenols. These chemical compounds are being studied extensively in labs around the world for their health effects in major diseases.
Polyphenols extracted from apples are also showing promise in treating male pattern baldness, improving skin disorders, and preventing allergic reactions. Apple polyphenol extracts have been shown to be 2 to 6 times more powerful then Vitamin C as antioxidants. Apple polyphenols are naturally occurring plant compounds that act as potent antioxidants. They protect cells against free radicals, reactive atoms that contribute to tissue damage in the body.
Recently, apple polyphenol extracts have been announced to dramatically decrease organ fat and increase muscle strength in laboratory animals. This exciting but preliminary report has fueled a strong interest in these natural botanical compounds.
Apperance:Off-white to light yellow poder
Punicalin is an ellagitannin. It can be found in Punica granatum (pomegranate) or in the leaves of Terminalia catappa, a plant used to treat dermatitis and hepatitis.It is also reported in Combretum glutinosum, all three species being Myrtales, the two last being Combretaceae.
It is a highly active carbonic anhydrase inhibitor.
Apperance:Off-white to light yellow poder
Eupatilin is a O-methylated flavone, a type of flavonoids. It can be found in Artemisia asiatica (Asteraceae).
Appearance: white crystalline powder
Botanical Source: Main alkaloid of Catharanthus roseus (Vinca rosea) also in Vinca pusilla (Apocynaceae)
Product Description:the total synthesis of vindoline (not a window cleaner). This structure, also found in nature, is a synthetic and biosynthetic precursor to the former targets. Along with an accompanying methodology paper, this work describes their forays into the synthesis of this interesting motif.
Synonym name: Leurosine; 4'-Deoxy-3',4'-epoxyvincaleucoblastine, 9CI
Botanical Source: Alkaloid from Catharanthus roseus (Vinca rosea), Catharanthus lanceus, Catharanthus ovalis and Catharanthus longifolius (Apocynaceae)