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Rhein 

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Rhein 

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Rhein 98%

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Grade:

    Medical Grade

  • Content:

    98%

  • Packaging:

    0.12kg/0.12kg Bag

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Main Products:

plant extract,standard chemcials

Certifications:

The business license

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Content:

    98%

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Grade:

    Food Grade,Pharma Grade

  • Content:

    99%

  • Packaging:

    As requirement

Lab/Research institutions  |  China
Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Content:

    98%

  • Packaging:

    25kg/drum

Lab/Research institutions  |  China
Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Grade:

    Reagent Grade

  • Content:

    98%

  • Packaging:

    20mg/pc

Rhein

Rhein

  • CAS No.:

    478-43-3

  • Content:

    98%

  • Packaging:

    Brown schering bottles

Lab/Research institutions  |  China
Synonyms

1,8-dihydroxy-3-carboxyl-9,10-anthraquinone;4,5-dihydroxyanthraquinone-2-carboxylic acid;dipropionyl rhein;rhein;Monorhein;Rheic acid;Rhubarb Yellow;Cassic acid

Description

Rhein is a lipophilic anthraquinone extensively found in medicinal herbs, and has many pharmacological effects, including epatoprotective, nephroprotective, anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, anticancer, and antimicrobial activities. IC50 value:Target:In vitro: Rhein (0.1 and 1 mg/mL) evidently suppressed cell proliferation and mitogen-activated protein (MAP) kinase activation in human colon adenocarcinoma cells (Caco-2) but significantly lessened H2O2-induced DNA damage and the elevated MD

Usage

Found in the free state and as glucoside in Rheum spp, Polygonaceae (rhubarb) and in Senna leaves.A potential antioxidant resource: endophytic fungi from medicinal plants.

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