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Journal of natural products

Perennisosides I-VII, acylated triterpene saponins with antihyperlipidemic activities from the flowers of Bellis perennis.


PMID 18363378

Abstract

The methanolic extract and its saponin fraction (methanol-eluted fraction) of the flowers of Bellis perennis were found to suppress serum triglyceride elevation in olive oil-treated mice. From the saponin fraction, seven new triterpene saponins, perennisosides I (1), II (2), III (3), IV (4), V (5), VI (6), and VII (7), were isolated together with four known saponins, bellidioside A (8), asterbatanoside D (9), bernardioside B 2 (10), and bellissaponin BS6 (11). The stereostructures of 1- 7 were elucidated on the basis of chemical and spectroscopic evidence. Among these saponins, perennisosides I (1) and II (2) showed inhibitory effects on serum triglyceride elevation at doses of 25-50 mg/kg, po.

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