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Terpenes

Maslinic Acid

(4373-41-5)
Maslinic acid is a compound derived from dry olive-pomace oil (an olive skin wax) which is a byproduct of olive oil extraction. It is a member of the group of triterpenes known as oleananes.

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Benzoylpaeoniflorin

(38642-49-8)
Benzoylpaeoniflorin is a derivative of Paeoniflorin, a monoterpene glycoside with potential anti-inflammatory activity. Paeoniflorin inhibits monocyte phagocytosis, or the TNF-α and PGE-2 production of monocytes.

Madecassic Acid

(18449-41-7)
1. Wound healing
2. Madecassic Acid is a terpenoid with an ursane skeleton isolated from Centella asiatica. Madecassic Acid displays anti-inflammatory properties as a result of iNOS, COX-2, TNF-alpha, IL-1beta, and IL-6 inhibition via the downregulation of NF-kappaB activation in RAW 264. 7 macrophage cells. Madecassic Acid is found in cosmetic products due to its skin-protective activities.

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Ginkgolide B

(15291-77-7)
Ginkgolide B is a diterpene lactone compound extracted from the root and dried leaves of Ginkgo biloba plant of the Ginkgo family. It is easily soluble in solvents such as ethyl acetate, methanol, ethanol, dimethyl sulfoxide, and contains Multiple reducing hydroxyl functional groups can directly scavenge and capture free radicals, inhibit the formation of harmful substances such as MDA, and have obvious anti-lipid peroxidation damage, thus delaying aging. At the same time, it has a specific antagonistic effect on platelet activating factor (PAF).

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supply 98% Atractylenolide-1

(73069-13-3)
Atractylenolide I is a sesquiterpene derived from the rhizome of Atractylodes macrocephala, possesses diverse bioactivities, such as neuroprotective, anti-allergic, anti-inflammatory and anticancer properties. Atractylenolide I reduces protein levels of phosphorylated JAK2 and STAT3 in A375 cells, and acts as a TLR4-antagonizing agent.

Saikosaponin B2

(58316-41-9)
Saikosaponin B2 has anti-infection, anti-allergic, anti-viral and anti-shock effects.

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(+)-Abscisic acid

(21293-29-8)
Abscisic acid can stimulate the production of ethylene and promote fruit ripening. It inhibits the synthesis of DNA and protein. The physiological functions of abscisic acid are as follows: 1. Inhibit and promote growth. When the concentration of externally applied abscisic acid is high, the growth of stems, hypocotyls, roots, coleoptiles or leaves is inhibited. When the concentration is low, it promotes the rooting of the isolated cucumber cotyledons and the elongation of the hypocotyls, accelerates the reproduction of duckweed, and stimulates the development of parthenocarpy seeds. 2. Maintain dormancy of buds and seeds. Dormancy is related to the balance of gibberellin and abscisic acid in the body. 3. Promote the shedding of fruits and leaves. 4. Promote the closure of stomata. Abscisic acid can close the stomata quickly, is non-toxic to plants, and is a good anti-transpirant. A biological test method for testing the concentration of abscisic acid is to float the epidermis of detached leaves on the surface of various concentrations of abscisic acid solution. Within a certain range, the degree of stomata opening and closing is inversely proportional to the concentration of abscisic acid. 5. Affect flowering. Under long-day conditions, abscisic acid can make the top buds of strawberries and blackberries dormant and promote flowering. 6. Affect sexual differentiation. Gibberellin can make female plants of cannabis form male flowers. This effect can be reversed by abscisic acid, but abscisic acid cannot make male plants form female flowers. The natural isomer of abscisic acid. A plant growth regulator that has a high affinity binding site for abscisic acid on the plasma membrane of broad bean guard cells. And a variety of physiological mechanisms such as seed dormancy, leaf shedding, stomatal movement and plant stress response. Through complex interactions with a variety of intracellular signaling systems, shedding isoforms can regulate the expression of hundreds of plant genes.

Ginkgolide C

(15291-76-6)
Reference compound for PAF receptors in biological systems. Ginkgolide C has a good auxiliary effect on the treatment of heart and cerebrovascular diseases.

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Terpenes are a class of hydrocarbons of natural origin widely found in plants and can be obtained from many plants, especially conifers. It is the main component of resin and turpentine derived from resin. The total number of currently known terpenoids exceeds 22,000. Many terpenoids have important physiological activities and are an important source for researching natural products and developing new drugs.
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