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1 . Absolute stereostructure of potent alpha-glucosidase inhibitor, Salacinol, with unique thiosugar sulfonium sulfate inner salt structure from Salacia reticulata.
Yoshikawa M, Morikawa T, Matsuda H, Tanabe G, Muraoka O
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry 2002 May ; 10 (5) :1547-54
DHARA ID: D003185 Pubmed ID: 11886816
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2 . Facile synthesis of de-O-sulfated salacinols: revision of the structure of neosalacinol, a potent alpha-glucosidase inhibitor.
Tanabe G, Xie W, Ogawa A, Cao C, Minematsu T, Yoshikawa M, Muraoka O
Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters 2009 Apr ; 19 (8) :2195-8
DHARA ID: D003186 Pubmed ID: 19307117
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3 . Kotalanol, a potent alpha-glucosidase inhibitor with thiosugar sulfonium sulfate structure, from antidiabetic ayurvedic medicine Salacia reticulata.
Yoshikawa M, Murakami T, Yashiro K, Matsuda H
Chemical and Pharmaceutical Bulletin 1998 Aug ; 46 (8) :1339-40
DHARA ID: D003406 Pubmed ID: 9734318
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4 . The plant alkaloid cryptolepine induces p21WAF1/CIP1 and cell cycle arrest in a human osteosarcoma cell line.
Matsui TA, Sowa Y, Murata H, Takagi K, Nakanishi R, Aoki S, Yoshikawa M, Kobayashi M, Sakabe T, Kubo T, Sakai T
International Journal of Oncology 2007 Oct ; 31 (4) :915-22
DHARA ID: D003934 Pubmed ID: 17786325
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5 . Quantitative analysis of neosalacinol and neokotalanol, another two potent a-glucosidase inhibitors from Salacia species, by LC-MS with ion pair chromatography.
Muraoka O, Morikawa T, Miyake S, Akaki J, Ninomiya K, Pongpiriyadacha Y, Yoshikawa M
Journal of Natural Medicines 2011 Jan ; 65 (1) :142-8
DHARA ID: D004368 Pubmed ID: 20981499
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6 . Hepatoprotective amide constituents from the fruit of Piper chaba: Structural requirements, mode of action, and new amides.
Matsuda H, Ninomiya K, Morikawa T, Yasuda D, Yamaguchi I, Yoshikawa M
Bioorganic & medicinal chemistry 2009 Oct ; (20) :0
DHARA ID: D014849 Pubmed ID: 19775895
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7 . A transgenic rice seed accumulating an anti-hypertensive peptide reduces the blood pressure of spontaneously hypertensive rats.
Yang L, Tada Y, Yamamoto MP, Zhao H, Yoshikawa M, Takaiwa F
FEBS letters 2006 May ; (13) :0
DHARA ID: D021754 Pubmed ID: 16697378
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8 . Characterization of a Ca2+-dependent protein kinase from rice root: differential response to cold and regulation by abscisic acid.
Komatsu S, Li W, Konishi H, Yoshikawa M, Konishi T, Yang G
Biological & pharmaceutical bulletin 2001 Nov ; (11) :0
DHARA ID: D025567 Pubmed ID: 11725971
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9 . Amounts and variation in grapefruit juice of the main components causing grapefruit-drug interaction.
Fukuda K, Guo L, Ohashi N, Yoshikawa M, Yamazoe Y
Journal of chromatography. B, Biomedical sciences and applications 2000 May ; (2) :0
DHARA ID: D041952 Pubmed ID: 10872589
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10 . New terpenoids, olibanumols D-G, from traditional Egyptian medicine olibanum, the gum-resin of Boswellia carterii.
Morikawa T, Oominami H, Matsuda H, Yoshikawa M
Journal of Natural Medicines 2011 Jan ; (1) :0
DHARA ID: D045968 Pubmed ID: 20953724
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