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    Cardioprotective Compound Library
    A unique collection of 81 Cardioprotective natural compounds for high throughput screening (HTS) and high content screening (HCS).
    Catalog No: Bb1313 Cardioprotective Compound Library
    Screening Details
    Size: 1mg/well * 81 Compounds
    2mg/well * 81 Compounds
    Catalog No. Information
    CFN98701 Cycloeucalenol

    1. Cycloeucalenol produces mild cardiotonic effects.
    2. Cycloeucalenol and its regio-isomer were present in a ratio of 1.04:1, a dose-dependent decrease in cell viability was observed .
    CFN90031 Adenosine cyclophosphate

    1. Adenosine cyclophosphate combined with vitamin C treatment of children with viral myocarditis has exact curative effect,and it can improve cardiac function of patients and improve immune function.
    2. Combined Puerarin with meglumine adenosine cyclophosphate in treating refractory heart failure is effective and safe.
    CFN90041 DL-alpha-Tocopherol

    1. DL-alpha-Tocopherol in combination with paraquat functions as an electron donor to paraquat.
    CFN98735 Isorhamnetin

    1. Isorhamnetin on experimental IBD via PXR-mediated up-regulation of xenobiotic metabolism and down-regulation of NF-κB signaling.
    2. Isorhamnetin is efficacious in protecting hepatocytes against oxidative stress by Nrf2 activation and in inducing the expressions of its downstream genes.
    3. Isorhamnetin may contribute to blockade of the host-destructive processes mediated by IL-6 and could be a highly efficient modulator of the host response in the treatment of inflammatory periodontal disease.
    CFN98767 Reticuline

    1. (S)-Reticuline elicits vasorelaxation probably due to the blockade of the L-type voltage-dependent Ca(2+) current in rat aorta.