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Pinellia pedatisecta Schott extract (PE), a traditional Chinese medicine, has been used to reduce swelling, dry dampness and suppress cervical tumors.
Two new alkaloid glycosides (1-2), two new amide alkaloids (3 and 6), and two new amine alkaloids (4 and 5), were isolated from Scindapsus officinalis (Roxb.) Schott., along with four known alkaloids (7-10). Structural elucidation of the isolated compounds was established by spectroscopic analysis, especially 2D NMR techniques and comparison with literatures. The absolute configurations of compounds 1 and 2 were determined by the electronic circular dichroism calculations. Compound 1 represent the first exa...
Good reviewers are essential to the success of any journal and peer review is a major pillar of science. We are grateful to those mentioned below to have dedicated their time and expertise to help our authors improve and refine their manuscripts and support the Editors in the decision making process in the past year.The following received out Top Reviewer of the Year award: · Holger S. Willenberg. · Celso E. Gomez-Sanchez. · Margret Ehlers. We wish all our readers, reviewers, authors and friends a happy ...
Taro, Colocasia esculenta (L.) Schott, is a vegetable and starchy root crop cultivated in Asia, Oceania, the Americas, Africa, and the Mediterranean. Very little is known about its early history in the Mediterranean, which previous authors have sought to trace through Classical (Greek and Latin) texts that record the name colocasia (including cognates) from the 3rd century BC onwards. In ancient literature, however, this name also refers to the sacred lotus, Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn. and its edible rhizome. ...