|A unique collection of 47 Dietary-supplement natural compounds for research|
|Catalog No:||F7|| Dietary-supplement Compound Library
|Size:||1mg/well * 47 Compounds|
2mg/well * 47 Compounds
1. Gelsemine has antitumor activity.
2. Gelsemine has anti-oxidative activity.
3. Gelsemine has anti-hyperlipidemic activity.
4. Gelsemine has marked antinociception in inflammatory, neuropathic and bone cancer pains without inducing antinociceptive tolerance.
1. Limonin has anticancer activity.
2. Limonin has antioxidant activity.
3. Limonin has anti-inflammatory activity.
4. Limonin is a widely used dietary supplement, one of the most prevalent citrus limonoids.
5. Limonin has negligible inhibitory effects on human CYP1A2, CYP2C8, CYP2C9, CYP2C19, CYP2D6, and P-gp.
6. Limonin and nomilin have anti-human immunodeficiency virus(HIV)activity, have inhibition effects on the growth of HIV-1 in culture of human peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC) and on monocytes/macrophages (M/M).
1. Lutein and lycopene has chemopreventive activity, the possible mechanism is their antioxidant effects.
2. Nutritional supplementation with lutein or lutein together with antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, improves visual function and symptoms in atrophic age-related macular degeneration (ARMD).
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.
1. Erythritol consumption acutely improved small vessel endothelial function, and chronic treatment reduced central aortic stiffness, may be as a preferred sugar substitute for patients with diabetes mellitus.
2. Erythritol is a candidate for food allergen.