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Flemingins G–O, Cytotoxic and Antioxidant Constituents of the Leaves of Flemingia grahamiana
The known flemingins A–C (1–3) and nine new chalcones, named flemingins G–O (4–12), along with deoxyhomoflemingin (13) and emodin (14) were isolated from a leaf extract of Flemingia grahamiana. The isolated chalcones were ...
Bioactivity of 'Flemingin A' and other Natural Products from the leaves of Flemingia grahamiana
Flemingia graharriiana (Wight & Arn.) is an erect herb or sub-shrub up to 1.8 m tall with deep (sometimes tuberous) roots and 3-foliate alternate leaves. It is distributed in Tropical Africa and occurs in open and wooded ...
Isoflavanones and 3-Methoxyflavones from the Stem Bark of Platycelphium voense
Platycelphium (Engl.) Wild (Leguminosae) is a monotypic genus that occurs in the drier parts of Eastern Africa (Gillett et 01., 1971). Prior to this report, the only phytochemical studies on Platycelphium voense describe ...
Pentadihydronaphthoquinones A-D from the roots of Pentas bussei
(University of Nairobi, 2012)