ID Name Structure References (top 5) Molecular Target(s)
1ID:276
AMPELOPSIN

Freqency:
in 1 ingredients:

  • 808
  • in 10 recipes:

  • 6
  • 31
  • 118
  • 210
  • 235
  • 250
  • 262
  • 386
  • 395
  • 518

  • Properties
    C15H12O8    320.25





    1:  Keckeis K, Sarker SD, Dinan L.
    Resveratrol-type oligostilbenes from Iris clarkei antagonize 20-hydroxyecdysone action in the Drosophila melanogaster B(II) cell line.
    Cell Mol Life Sci.    impact factor:   2.891
    2000;  57(2): 333-6

    2:  Ohyama M, Tanaka T, Ito T, Iinuma M, Bastow KF, Lee KH.
    Antitumor agents 200. Cytotoxicity of naturally occurring resveratrol oligomers and their acetate derivatives.
    Bioorg Med Chem Lett.    impact factor:   1.759
    1999;  9(20): 3057-60

    3:  Huang KS, Lin M, Cheng GF.
    Anti-inflammatory tetramers of resveratrol from the roots of Vitis amurensis and the conformations of the seven-membered ring in some oligostilbenes.
    Phytochemistry.    impact factor:   1.106
    2001;  58(2): 357-62

    4:  Tanaka T, Ito T, Ido Y, Son TK, Nakaya K, Iinuma M, Ohyama M, Chelladurai V.
    Stilbenoids in the stem bark of Hopea parviflora.
    Phytochemistry.    impact factor:   1.106
    2000;  53(8): 1015-9

    5:  Hase K, Ohsugi M, Xiong Q, Basnet P, Kadota S, Namba T.
    Hepatoprotective effect of Hovenia dulcis THUNB. on experimental liver injuries induced by carbon tetrachloride or D-galactosamine/lipopolysaccharide.
    Biol Pharm Bull.    impact factor:   .844
    1997;  20(4): 381-5

     
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