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Abortifacient
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PYROGALLOL
Allelochemic Lydon, J. & Duke, S., The potential of pesticides from plants, pp. 1-41 in Craker, L. & Simon, J., eds, Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants: Recent Advances in Botany, Horticulture, & Pharmacology, v. 4, Oryx Press, Phoenix, 1989, 267pp.
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PYROGALLOL IC50=6.53 mM
Antibacterial
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PYROGALLOL
Anticlastogen
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PYROGALLOL
Antidermatitic Martindale's 29th
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PYROGALLOL
Antihepatotoxic Okuda, T., Yoshida, T., and Hatano, T. Antioxidant Effects of Tannins and Related Polyphenols. Phenolic Compounds in Food and Their Effects on Health, Ch.7 p.93.
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CASUARICTIN
PEDUNCULAGIN
Antiherpetic
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CASUARICTIN EC50=0.044 ug/ml
AntiHIV
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CASUARICTIN
Antilipolytic Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
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PEDUNCULAGIN
Antilupus
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PYROGALLOL
Antimutagenic
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PEDUNCULAGIN
PYROGALLOL
Antioxidant
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PEDUNCULAGIN
PYROGALLOL
Antiperoxidant Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
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PEDUNCULAGIN
Antipsoriac Merck 11th Edition
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PYROGALLOL
Antiseptic Martindale's 29th
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PYROGALLOL
Beta-Adrenergic Receptor Blocker Zhu, M., Phillipson, J. D., Greengrass, P. M., Bowery, N. E., Cai, Y. 1997. Plant Polyphenols: Biologically Active Compounds or Non-Selective Binders to Protein? Phytochemistry, 44(3): 441-447.
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PEDUNCULAGIN 10 uM
Candidicide Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
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PYROGALLOL
Cardiovascular Borchard, R. E., Barnes, C. D., and Eltherton, L. G. 1991. Drug Dosage in Laboratory Animals: A Handbook. (3rd Ed.) The Telford Press, Inc., P. O. Box 287, Caldwell NJ 07006.
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PYROGALLOL 25 mg/kg ivn dog
CNS-Active
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PYROGALLOL
Dye Merck 11th Edition
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PYROGALLOL
Ecbolic
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PYROGALLOL
Fungicide Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
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PYROGALLOL
Insulin-Sparing Jeffery B. Harborne and H. Baxter, eds. 1983. Phytochemical Dictionary. A Handbook of Bioactive Compounds from Plants. Taylor & Frost, London. 791 pp.
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PYROGALLOL
Irritant Merck 11th Edition
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PYROGALLOL
Nephrotoxic Martindale's 29th
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PYROGALLOL
Nigrifacient Martindale's 29th
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PYROGALLOL
Pesticide
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CASUARICTIN
PYROGALLOL
Prostaglandin-Synthesis-Inhibitor Alanko, J., et al. 1999. Modulation of Arachidonic Acid Metabolism by Phenols: Relation to their Structure and Antioxidant/Proooxidant Properties. Free Radical Biol Med, 26(1/2): 193-201.
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PYROGALLOL IC50=900 uM
Topoisomerase-I-Inhibitor Ooishi, K., Kato, J., Hayamizu, K. 1994. Topoisomerase Inhibitors Containing Tannins, Especially Pedunculagin, for Treatment of Cancer. Patent, Japan Kokai Tokkyo Koho-06 72,885. 7pp.
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PEDUNCULAGIN 0.03 ug/ml
Topoisomerase-II-Inhibitor Kashiwada, Y., Nonaka, G. I., Nishioka, I., Lee, J. H., Bori, I., Fukushima, Y., Bastow, K. F., Lee, K. H. 1993. Tannins as Potent Inhibitors of DNA Topoisomerase II in vitro. J Pharm Sci, 82: 487-492.
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PEDUNCULAGIN IC100=0.5 uM
Toxic Aloe Research Council - Duke writeup of non-peer reviewd book by Coats and draft by Henry
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PYROGALLOL
Xanthine-Oxidase-Inhibitor Hatano, T., Yasuhara, T., Yoshihara, R., Agata, I., Noro, T., and Okuda, T. 1989. Effects of Interaction of Tannins with Co-existing Substances.VII. Inhibitory Effects of Tannins Related Polyphenols on Xanthine Oxidase. Chem. Pharm. Bull. 38(5): 1224-1229
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CASUARICTIN IC50=11 uM
PEDUNCULAGIN IC50=18 uM
*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.