February 25, 2018
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Original Study Abstracts 1. Aim or purpose BA-M has numerous and important pharmacological applications such as anti-HIV, anti-tumor, anti-cancer , anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial activities, and so on . The aim of this paper is to present some electron density and optical properties results on our grown betulinic acid methanol monosolvate (BA-M) crystal. 2. Materials and methods
1. Aim or purpose Crystals of betulinic acid (BA) obtained in a recrystallization method from ethanol, isopropyl alcohol and 2-butanol from 1:1 solutions were characterised theoretically and experimentally by using FT-IR and FT-Raman spectroscopy, in conjunction with scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD). 2. Materials and methods Analytical purity of BA and
Original Study Abstracts 1. Aim or purpose A new type of crystals of betulinic acid + vitamin C in isopropyl alcohol/ methanol / ethanol monosolvate (BA_VitC IPA/MeOH /EtOH) was obtained in a hydrothermal experiment, with superior antitumoral activity on various cell lines. 2. Materials and methods Materials All reagents used in the assay procedures were
Purpose: Beside their prominent use as a spice, cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum) seeds have been employed since ancient times in the treatment of digestive and respiratory disorders. The cardamon plant itself is a tropical species, grown mostly in India and Central America. In Europe, the plants can achieve adequate vegetative growth; the variety with cinnamon-scented leaves
1. Aim or purpose Plants belonging to Galium genus (Rubiaceae) are known in ethnobotanical field for the treatment of a variety of pathological conditions and for producing several classes of secondary metabolites such as iridoid glycosides, saponins, triterpenes, anthraquinones, and flavonoids (Mocan et al., 2016). Iridoids are a large class of natural products, exhibiting a