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11-BETA-ACETOXYKHIVORIN IC50=50 ug/ml*
11-METHOXYAKUAMMICINE IC50=41.3 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
12-METHOXY-NB-METHYLVOACHOLATINE IC50=5->5 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
13-BETA-D-DIHYDROEURYCOMANOL IC50=0.5-2.3 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
14-HYDROXYCHAPARRINONE IC50=0.188 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
15-DESACETYLUNDULATONE IC50=0.047 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
16-EPIAFFININE IC50=5->5 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
17-METHOXY-28-NORISOIGUESTERIN IC50=0.028-0.37 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
18-HYDROXYISOSUNGUCINE IC50=0.1-0.9 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
18-HYDROXYSUNGUCINE IC50=1-4 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
2-(2,4-DIHYDROXYPHENYL)-5,6-METHYLENEDIOXYBENZOFURAN EC50=27 ug/mlChanphen, R., Thebtaranonth, Y., Wanauppathamkul, S., and Yuthavong, Y. 1998. Antimalarial Principles from Artemisia indica. J. Nat. Prod., 61 (9):1146-1147.
20-EPIANTIRHINE IC50=7.5 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
28-NOR-IGOIGUESTERIN-17-CARBALDEHYDE IC50=0.080-0.094 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
3',4'-DIHYDROUSAMBARENSINE IC50=0.01 ug/ml*
3,4,5-TRIMETHOXYPHENYL(6'-O-GALLOYL)-O->D-GLUCOPYRANOSIDE IC50=3 uMRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
3-DEACETYLKHIVORIN IC50=50 ug/mlZeits. Lebensmitt. Unters. & Forsch. Acta Botanica Sinica, 174(3):211. 1982.
3-DESACETYLYKHIVORIN IC50=50 ug/mL)*
3-HYDROXY-6'-DESMETHYL-9-O-METHYL-THALIFABORAMINE IC50=0.05-0.24 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
3-HYDROXY-THALIFABORAMINE IC50=0.01-0.18 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
3-METHOXYSAMPANGINE IC50=0.09-0.28 ug/mlRukunga, G. and Simons, A. J. 2006. The Potential of Plants as a Source of Antimalarial Agents - A Review. Africa Herbal Antimalaria Meeting. PlantaPhile Publications, Berlin. 72 pp.
*Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.