PMID: 3126368Dec 1, 1987Paper

Modification of arachidonic metabolism by flavonoids

Journal of Ethnopharmacology
M J Alcaraz, M L Ferrandiz

Abstract

The pharmacological effects of many plants depend on their flavonoid constituents. This review is concerned with the influence of flavonoids on arachidonic metabolism as the possible mechanism of action of such natural products. Special attention has been paid to structure-activity relationships since this knowledge may allow the synthesis of more potent and selective analogs with therapeutic applications.

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