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    Phenols

    Pyrogallol

    (87-66-1)
    1. Metal-complexing agent
    2. Complexing agent; reducing agent; alkaline solution indicator for gaseous oxygen.

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    4-Hydroxyphenylacetic acid

    (156-38-7)
    A compound present in olive oil. An important fine chemical intermediate with broad prospects for application development.

    3,4',5-Trimethoxy-trans-stilbene

    (22255-22-7)
    Phenolic compounds, particularly flavonoids, from plant sources have long been observed to have antioxidant activity with potential benefits for human health. Resveratrol is a potent phenolic antioxidant found in grapes and red wine that also has antiproliferative and anti-inflammatory activity. When the three phenolic hydroxyl groups of resveratrol are converted to methyl ethers, the inhibition of cell growth and pro-apoptotic activities of resveratrol are enhanced.

    2-Furoic Acid

    (88-14-2)
    1. Furoic acid is used to synthesize methylfuran furoamide and furoate and salt. It can be used as plasticizer thermosetting resin in the plastic industry. In the food industry, it is used as a preservative and fungicide, and also used as a paint additive medicine. Intermediate for spices, etc. 2. Used in the synthesis of furosemide penicillin and cefothiazole.

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    (+)-Usniacin

    (7562-61-0)
    Usnic acid is used as fragrance; preservative in deodorants; in anti ac ne formulations; antibiotic for topical application.

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    4-(3,7-DIMETHYL-3-VINYL-OCTA-1,6-DIENYL)-PHENOL

    (10309-37-2)
    (S)-Bakuchiol is a meroterpen found in the medicinal resinous shrub Psoralea glandulosa. An analogue of Resveratrol (R150000) with antifungal and anti-tumor effects. Studies have shown that Bakuchiol is a potent cytotoxic agent that exhibiting concentration dependent growth inhibition against leukemia cancer cells.

    3-Furoic acid

    (488-93-7)
    3-Furoic Acid, is metabolized by Corynebacterium fascians from soil, limonoid metabolism based on a biological studies.

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    MOLLUGIN

    (55481-88-4)
    Mollugin is a major bioactive component isolated from Rubia cordifolia L.. Mollugin has an anti-cancer therapeutic effect by inhibiting TNF-α-induced NF-κB activation. Mollugin enhances the osteogenic action of BMP-2 via the p38-Smad signaling pathway [1][2].

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    Isoacteoside

    (61303-13-7)
    Isoacteoside is a natural compound which exhibit significant inhibition of advanced glycation end product formation with IC50 values of 4.6-25.7 μM, compared with those of aminoguanidine (IC50=1,056 μM) and quercetin (IC50=28.4 μM) as positive controls.IC50 value:Target:In the rat lens aldose reductase assay, acteoside, isoacteoside, and poliumoside exhibited greater inhibitory effects on rat lens aldose reductase with IC50 values of 0.83, 0.83, and 0.85 μM, respectively, than those of t

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    lithospermic acid B

    (121521-90-2)
    Salvianolic acid A (Sal A) and salvianolic acid B (Sal B) were isolated and purified from the crude extract of Salvia miltiorrhiza. Antioxidant activities of Sal A and Sal B were also evaluatedhe ABTS results showed that Sal A and Sal B exhibited high total antioxidant activities, their EC50 values were 1.350.00 and 1.430.01 .mu.g/mL.
    Phenol, the general formula is ArOH, is a type of aromatic compound in which the hydrogen on the aromatic hydrocarbon ring is replaced by a hydroxyl group (—OH). The simplest phenols is phenol. Phenolic compounds refer to compounds produced by the substitution of hydrogen atoms on the benzene ring of aromatic hydrocarbons with hydroxyl groups, and can be divided into monohydric phenols and polyhydric phenols according to the number of hydroxyl groups contained in their molecules.
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