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    Antidepressant Compound Library
    A unique collection of 32 Antidepressant natural compounds
    Catalog No: B72a10 Antidepressant Compound Library
    Screening Details
    Size: 1mg/well * 32 Compounds
    2mg/well * 32 Compounds
    Catalog No. Information
    CFN99399 Protopine

    1. Protopine has sedative activity.
    2. Protopine has bactericidal activity.
    3. Protopine has weak antineoplastic activity.
    4. Protopine shows weak spasmolytic, smooth muscle stimulant activities.
    5. Protopine is antihypertensive and anti-amnesic agent.
    CFN99154 Liquiritin

    1. Liquiritin has a potential antidepressant-like effect.
    2. Liquiritin can increase SOD activity, inhibit lipid peroxidation, and lessen production of MDA.
    3. Liquiritin modulates ERK‑ and AKT/GSK‑3β‑dependent pathways to protect against glutamate‑induced cell damage in differentiated PC12 cells.
    CFN99155 Isoliquiritin

    1. Isoliquiritin has antitussive effects.
    2. Isoliquiritin has antidepressant-like effects.
    3. Isoliquiritin,liquiritin and isoliquirigenin inhibits the p53-dependent pathway and shows crosstalk between Akt activities.
    CFN99188 Hypericin

    1. Hypericin has antineoplastic activity.
    2. Hypericin has antibiotic and antiviral activities.
    3. Hypericin has antidepressive activity through inhibiting monoamine oxidase enzyme.
    4. Hypericin inhibits RANKL-mediated osteoclastogenesis via affecting ERK signalling in vitro and suppresses wear particle-induced osteolysis in vivo.
    CFN99551 Synephrine

    1. Synephrine has anti-virus function.
    2. Synephrine has anti-allergy function.
    3. Synephrine has anti-inflammatory function.
    4. Synephrine was originally produced as a synthetic derivative of amphetamine for use as a sympathomimetic.
    5. Synephrine can treat hypertension and cardiovascular disease via increasing capillary toughness, lowering cholesterol.