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- Santos, Mario F.C., et al. Show all 9 Authors
- Phytochemistry letters 2019 v.30 pp. 31-37
- Aniba; Croton; adverse effects; aerial parts; anti-inflammatory activity; anti-inflammatory agents; bioactive compounds; ears; edema; fractionation; high performance liquid chromatography; lignans; mechanism of action; mice; neutrophils; octane; spectral analysis
- ... Two new bicyclic octane neolignans, 1, 2, and the known bicyclic octane neolignan 3 were obtained by HPLC fractionation of the crude extract of aerial parts and the stem of Aniba firmula (Lauraceae’s family). The identification of its structures was made by spectroscopic analysis. The Lauraceae is well-known for its anti-inflammatory potential and is a rich source of bioactive compounds. The eﬀ ;e ...