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Secondary metabolites from Inula britannica L. and their biological activities

Molecules : a Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry

Mar 26, 2010

Abdul Latif KhanIn-Jung Lee

Abstract

Inula britannica L., family Asteraceae, is used in traditional Chinese and Kampo Medicines for various diseases. Flowers or the aerial parts are a rich source of secondary metabolites. These consist mainly of terpenoids (sesquiterpene lactones and dimmers, diterpenes and triterpenoids) ...read more

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Inula racemosa
Diterpenes
Terpenes
Bioflavonoids
Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Antioxidants
Sesquiterpenes
Isoprenoids
Lactones
Flavonoids
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Secondary metabolites from Inula britannica L. and their biological activities

Molecules : a Journal of Synthetic Chemistry and Natural Product Chemistry

Mar 26, 2010

Abdul Latif KhanIn-Jung Lee

PMID: 20336001

DOI: 10.3390/molecules15031562

Abstract

Inula britannica L., family Asteraceae, is used in traditional Chinese and Kampo Medicines for various diseases. Flowers or the aerial parts are a rich source of secondary metabolites. These consist mainly of terpenoids (sesquiterpene lactones and dimmers, diterpenes and triterpenoids) ...read more

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Inula racemosa
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Anti-Inflammatory Agents
Antioxidants
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Isoprenoids
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Flavonoids
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