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Definition of chrysophanic acid
chrysophanic acidRumicin Ru"mi*cin, n. (Chem.)
A yellow crystalline substance found in the root of yellow
dock (Rumex crispus) and identical with chrysophanic
acid. Chrysophanic acidChrysophanic Chrys`o*phan"ic, a.
Pertaining to, or derived from, or resembling, chrysophane.
Chrysophanic acid (Chem.), a yellow crystalline substance
extracted from rhubarb, yellow dock, sienna, chrysarobin,
etc., and shown to be a derivative of an anthracene. It is
used in the treatment of skin diseases; -- called also
rhein, rheic acid, rhubarbarin, etc.
Meaning of chrysophanic acid from wikipedia
- Chrysophanol, also known
as chrysophanic acid
, is a fungal isolate
and a natural
anthraquinone. Chrysophanol blocks
is made every
day. Its active ingredients include
the yellow chrysophanic acid
. Its laxative
effect, due to its anthraquinone
content, is also well...
as a glucoside
in the plant, but is gradually oxidized
to chrysophanic acid
(a dioxy-methyl anthraquinone) and glucose. This strikes
- purgatives, while
one, ruberythric acid
the valuable dyestuff
madder, the base of which
is alizarin. Chrysophanic acid
, a dioxymethylanthraquinone,...
- g/mol, exact
m**** : 254.057909) may refer
to: Chrysin, a flavone Chrysophanic acid
Daidzein, an isoflavone
4',7-Dihydroxyflavone, a flavone
S. Clavaric acid
is a reversible farnesyltransferase
inhibitor. I****tus obliquus creates betulinic acid precursor
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