Ingredient ID 325 
Chinese Pronunciation SHANCIGU 
English Name Indian Iphigenia Bulb  
Latin Name Bulbus Iphigeniae Indicae  
Aliases YiPiJian
CaoBeiMu  
Cancers Nourish  
Identified Compounds
6

order by name

1. Colchicine

   C22H25NO6   399.44
NSC# 757 Activity (<1uM)
  ID:1177

2. N-forrnyl-n-deacetylcolchicine

   C21H23NO6   385.41
  ID:2395

3. Beta-lumicolchicine

   C22H25NO6   399.44
  ID:3970

4. Colchicinamide

   C19H22O3   298.38
  ID:7110

5. Cornigenine

      

6. Isocolchicine

   C22H25NO6   399.44
  ID:7349

 
Recipes that contain
SHANCIGU
  1. 206      KangAiTang
  2. 253      FuFangShanCiGuTang
  3. 253      FuFangShanCiGuTang
  4. 271      KangAiWan
  5. 316      BiShangXiaFang
  6. 332      713,661Fang
  7. 344      ZhengAiPian
  8. 344      ZhengAiPian
  9. 345      GongJingAiDing(San)
  10. 394      LongGuTang
  11. 399      HuangGuTang
  12. 400      HuangGuTangII
  13. 410      SheSangTang
  14. 421      JuZaoWan
  15. 433      SanCaiFengSuiDan
  16. 455      BaiXueBingFangIII
  17. 466      YiAiPian
  18. 513      ChangAiCanKaoFangVI
 

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Chandra NR, Ramachandraiah G, Bachhawat K, Dam TK, Surolia A, Vijayan M.
Crystal structure of a dimeric mannose-specific agglutinin from garlic: quaternary association and carbohydrate specificity.
J Mol Biol.    impact factor:   5.501
1999;  285(3): 1157-68

2:  Bachhawat K, Kapoor M, Dam TK, Surolia A.
The reversible two-state unfolding of a monocot mannose-binding lectin from garlic bulbs reveals the dominant role of the dimeric interface in its stabilization.
Biochemistry.    impact factor:   4.493
2001;  40(24): 7291-300

3:  Johnson AA, Latham MC, Roe DA.
An evaluation of the use of changes in hair root morphology in the assessment of protein-calorie malnutrition.
Am J Clin Nutr.    impact factor:   3.958
1976;  29(5): 502-11

4:  Brinker T, Ludemann W, Berens von Rautenfeld D, Samii M.
Dynamic properties of lymphatic pathways for the absorption of cerebrospinal fluid.
Acta Neuropathol (Berl).    impact factor:   2.446
1997;  94(5): 493-8

5:  Mohanakumar KP, Ganguly DK.
Tremorogenesis by LON-954 [N-carbamoyl-2-(2,6-dichlorophenyl) acetamidine hydrochloride]: evidence for the involvement of 5-hydroxytryptamine.
Brain Res Bull.    impact factor:   1.977
1989;  22(2): 191-5

6:  Amarapurkar DN, Parikh SS, Prabhu SR, Kalro RH, Desai HG.
Is gastric metaplasia essential for duodenal ulcer?
J Clin Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   .916
1993;  17(3): 204-6

7:  Goenka MK, Kochhar R, Ghosh P, Mehta SK.
Changing pattern of peptic ulcer in India. An endoscopic study of 1,188 ulcer patients.
J Clin Gastroenterol.    impact factor:   .916
1991;  13(5): 575-9

8:  Swarup C, Goel KA.
A comparative histochemical study of the distribution of esterase in the gastro-intestinal tract of some Indian teleosts.
Acta Histochem.    impact factor:   .726
1975;  54(1): 5-9

9:  Srinivasan D, Nathan S, Suresh T, Lakshmana Perumalsamy P.
Antimicrobial activity of certain Indian medicinal plants used in folkloric medicine.
J Ethnopharmacol.    impact factor:   .687
2001;  74(3): 217-20

10:  Thomas BB, Oommen MM.
Effect of photic changes and olfactory impairment on reproduction in female south Indian gerbil.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1999;  37(12): 1201-4

11:  Thomas BB, Oommen MM.
Olfactory bulbectomy-induced changes in the reproductive behaviour of the south Indian gerbil, Tatera indica cuvieri.
Indian J Exp Biol.    impact factor:   0
1999;  37(3): 296-9

12:  Duncan MT, Horvath SM.
Physiological adaptations to thermal stress in tropical Asians.
Eur J Appl Physiol Occup Physiol.    impact factor:   0
1988;  57(5): 540-4

13:  Mackay-Sim A, Duvall D, Graves BM.
The West Indian manatee (Trichechus manatus) lacks a vomeronasal organ.
Brain Behav Evol.    impact factor:   0
1985;  27(2-4): 186-94

14:  Pichan G, Sridharan K, Swamy YV, Joseph S, Gautam RK.
Physiological acclimatization to heat after a spell of cold conditioning in tropical subjects.
Aviat Space Environ Med.    impact factor:   0
1985;  56(5): 436-40

15:  Purwar RS.
Histochemical study on the nerve endings in the lung of Rattus rattus rufescens and Francolinus pondicerianus.
Z Mikrosk Anat Forsch.    impact factor:   0
1977;  91(1): 184-8

 

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