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Miguel López-Lázaro et al.
Planta medica, 69(8), 701-704 (2003-10-08)
Recent research has shown the anticancer effects of digitalis compounds suggesting their possible use in medical oncology. Four extracts obtained from the leaves of Digitalis purpurea subsp. heywoodii have been assessed for cytotoxic activity against three human cancer cell lines
Rupali Dhara et al.
Journal of oleo science, 59(4), 169-176 (2010-03-20)
The amount and characterization of phytosterol and other minor components present in three Indian minor seed oils, mahua (Madhuca latifolia), sal (Shorea robusta) and mango kernel (Mangifera indica), have been done. Theses oils have shown commercial importance as cocoa-butter substitutes
Tomonori Arao et al.
Journal of analytical toxicology, 26(4), 222-227 (2002-06-11)
Simultaneous determination of oleandrin and its three related compounds, desacetyloleandrin, oleandrigenin, and gitoxigenin in blood by using liquid chromatography-three-dimensional quadrupole mass spectrometry (LC-3DQMS) system equipped with sonic spray ionization (SSI) interface was conducted. This analyzing method was suitable for all
Miguel López-Lázaro et al.
Journal of natural products, 68(11), 1642-1645 (2005-11-29)
The cardiac glycosides digitoxin (1) and digoxin (3) have been used in cardiac diseases for many years. During this time several reports have suggested the possible use of digitalis in medical oncology. Several analogues of digitoxin (1) were evaluated for
Jack T Rogers et al.
Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996), 118(3), 493-507 (2011-01-12)
Increased brain α-synuclein (SNCA) protein expression resulting from gene duplication and triplication can cause a familial form of Parkinson's disease (PD). Dopaminergic neurons exhibit elevated iron levels that can accelerate toxic SNCA fibril formation. Examinations of human post mortem brain
Jenny Felth et al.
Journal of natural products, 72(11), 1969-1974 (2009-11-10)
Cardiac glycosides have been reported to exhibit cytotoxic activity against several different cancer types, but studies against colorectal cancer are lacking. In a screening procedure aimed at identifying natural products with activity against colon cancer, several cardiac glycosides were shown
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