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- (−)-syringaresinol. Eleutheroside A (daucosterol) Eleutheroside B (syringin) Eleutheroside C (ethyl galactoside) Eleutheroside D Identity of eleutheroside E with acanthoside...
- Eleutheroside D is an eleutheroside, a compound found in Eleutherococcus senticosus, the Siberian ginseng. Chemically, it is a dimer of sinapyl alcohol...
- Daucosterol (eleutheroside A) is a natural phytosterol-like compound. It is the glucoside of β-sitosterol. Xie, Jingxi; Ji, Zheng (1981). "Zhōngyào yādǎnzǐ...
- distributed widely throughout many types of plants. It is also called eleutheroside B, and is found in Eleutherococcus senticosus (Siberian ginseng). It...
- 3-benzodioxole) Other names ****arol Sezamin Pseudocubebin Episesamin Asarinin Eleutheroside B4 D-(+)-Sesamin d-Sesamin (+)-Sesamin l-Sesamin Identifiers CAS Number...
- Chavicol Dillapiole Elemicin Estragole Eugenol Methyl eugenol Myristicin Eleutherosides Barros J, Serrani-Yarce JC, Chen F, Baxter D, Venables BJ, Dixon RA...
- characterized for its major constituents, including lignans, sesamin (eleutheroside B4), syringaresinol, phenylpropanes, coumarins, beta-sitosterol and...
- self-defense mechanism with important sub-classes including ginsenosides and eleutherosides. Eberhard Breitmaier (2006). "Triterpenes". Terpenes: Flavors, Fragrances...
- C34H46O18 (molar m****: 742.72 g/mol, exact m****: 742.2684 u) may refer to: Eleutheroside D Liriodendrin This set index page lists chemical structure articles...
- genus, as true ginseng. The active compounds in Siberian ginseng are eleutherosides, not ginsenosides. Instead of a fleshy root, Siberian ginseng has a...