Ingredient ID 97 
Chinese Pronunciation BAIQUCAI 
English Name Greater Celandine Herb  
Latin Name Herba Chelidonii  
Aliases DiHuangLian
TuHuangLian
BaBuJin
DuanChangCao
ShanXiGua
XiongHuangCao
ShanHuangLian
XiaoRenXueQi  
Cancers Digestivetract
Stomach
Intestine  
Identified Compounds
17

order by name

1. Allocryptopine

   C21H23NO5   369.41
  ID:211

2. Berberine

   C20H18NO4   336.37
NSC# 150446 Activity (<10uM)
NSC# 163088 Activity (<10uM)
  ID:617

3. Chelerythrine

   C21H18NO4   348.38
NSC# 36405 Activity (<1uM)
NSC# 76023 Activity (<10uM)
  ID:1001

4. Chelidonic Acid

   C7H4O6   184.1
  ID:1003

5. Diphyline

   C20H19NO5   353.37
NSC# 406034 Activity (<1uM)
  ID:1004

6. Coptisine

   C19H14NO4   320.32
NSC# 119754 Activity (<1uM)
  ID:1229

7. Homochelidonine

   C21H23NO5   369.41
  ID:3061

8. Protopine

   C20H19NO5   353.37
  ID:5335

9. Sanguinarine

   C20H14NO4   332.33
  ID:5689

10. Sparteine

   C15H26N2   234.38
  ID:5942

11. Beta-homochelidonine

   C21H23NO5   369.41
  ID:7039

12. Chelidamine

      

13. Chelidonilo

      

14. Chelirubine

   C21H16NO5   362.36
  ID:7096

15. Gamma-homochelidonine

   C21H23NO5   369.41
  ID:7259

16. Rysamine

      

17. Stytopine

      

 
Recipes that contain
BAIQUCAI
  1. 25      YuanZaoGenTang
  2. 244      FuFangYuanZaoTang
  3. 244      FuFangYuanZaoTang
 

Available references (order by impact factor):

1:  Haberlein H, Tschiersch KP, Boonen G, Hiller KO.
Chelidonium majus L.: components with in vitro affinity for the GABAA receptor. Positive cooperation of alkaloids.
Planta Med.    impact factor:   1.438
1996;  62(3): 227-31

2:  Kim Y, Shin M, Chung J, Kim E, Koo G, Lee C, Kim C.
Modulation of Chelidonii herba on GABA activated chloride current in rat PAG neurons.
Am J Chin Med.    impact factor:   .583
2001;  29(2): 265-79

3:  Colombo ML, Bugatti C, Mossa A, Pescalli N, Piazzoni L, Pezzoni G, Menta E, Spinelli S, Johnson F, Gupta RC, Dasaradhi L.
Cytotoxicity evaluation of natural coptisine and synthesis of coptisine from berberine.
Farmaco.    impact factor:   .406
2001;  56(5-7): 403-9

4:  Fokina GI, Roikhel' VM, Frolova MP, Frolova TV, Pogodina VV.
[The antiviral action of medicinal plant extracts in experimental tick-borne encephalitis]
Vopr Virusol.    impact factor:   0
1993;  38(4): 170-3

5:  Matzkies F, Webs B.
[Effect of a plant extract combination preparation on gastrointestinal transit time and bile acid excretion]
Fortschr Med.    impact factor:   0
1983;  101(27-28): 1304-6

 

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