Boesenbergia pandurata (Roxb.) Schltr. is a tropical plant that has been used as a spice and in traditional medicine. B. pandurata contains various bioactive. This plant has 8 different botanical names which are Boesenbergia cochinchinensis (Gagnep.) Loes., Boesenbergia pandurata (Roxb.) Schltr. The medicinal plant, Boesenbergia pandurata (Roxb.) Schltr., has been reported to possess anti-oxidative and anti-inflammatory properties;.
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Published online Nov African Journal of Biotechnology. This species belongs to the family of Zingiberaceae. Flavour and Fragrance Journal.
All experiments were repeated at least three times, and each experiment was performed in triplicate. Author information Article notes Copyright and License information Disclaimer. The authors also suggested that the treatment using elicitors needed to be optimized and explored thoroughly for promising results. Candidal adhesion is an essential mechanism for Candida species to adhere to the oral surfaces to colonise the mouth and cause oral diseases.
Sensory quality Fingerroot has a strong, dominating flavour that I would, lacking a better term, classify as medical.
International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents. Constituents of Boesenbergia pandurata syn. Boesenbergia rotundacommonly known as Chinese keys fingerrootlesser galangal or Chinese gingeris boesenbergoa medicinal and culinary herb from China and Southeast Asia.
InTan et al. The above ground part is composed of leaf stalk that has a leaf sheath covering it.
Isoflavonoid production by soy plant callus suspension culture. The dried rhizome has a somewhat stronger, more medical flavour and would not be used if the fresh rhizome is available which, in Thailand, it is almost always. Alston, Kaempferia cochinchinensis Gagnep. Western blot analysis was then performed as previously described The preparation of 4-hydroxy-5, 6-dihydropyrones and their conversion to kawa-lactones as well as to other precursors of naturally occurring 2-pyrones.
Synthesis of some alpha,beta-unsaturated beta, delta-disubstituted. By manipulating the concentration of the plant growth regulator, 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 2,4-Din Murashige and Skoog [ 78 ] nutrient medium, Tan et al. Versatile asymmetric synthesis of the kavalactones: Stereoselective synthesis of monomeric flavonoids.
Pandurzta isolated panduratin A was dissolved in dimethyl sulfoxide DMSO and further diluted in differentiation medium for all of the in vitro assays. These compounds have shown to exhibit great medicinal potential Table 2which will be described in more details on the following subtopics.
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Breast and colon cancers are among the leading causes of cancer deaths worldwide. Alston Boesenberga cochinchinensis Gagnep. Furthermore, secondary metabolites accumulation in suspension culture can be manipulated and enhanced by external chemical and physical treatments with simplicity. Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. Fungistatische wirkung der kawadroge und ihrer inhaltsstoffe. The strongest inhibition effect was shown by Z.
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From Ethnomedicine to Drug Discovery”. Application to the syntheses of kawain and hydrokawain. Metal salts and inorganic ions are common abiotic elicitors used in treatments of plant cell cultures for compounds enhancement. The Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences.
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Anti-halitosis composition comprising panduratin derivatives. Constituents of the rhizome oils of Boesenbergia pandurata Roxb.
Light-mediated activities of some Thai medicinal plant teas. Support Center Support Center. Anticariogenic Dental caries or tooth decay boesenbrgia is a common disease caused by the oral bacteria Streptococcus mutans and Lactobacillus. A study conducted by Yanti et al.
A calcium dependent enzyme, called transglutaminase, contributes to this process. With the advancement in technology, the ethnomedicinal usages of herbal plants can be explained through in vitro and in vivo studies to prove the activities of the plant extracts. Among these proteins, filaggrin is an important protein because NMF is produced by boeaenbergia degradation of filaggrin. It is sometimes confused with Alpinia officinarumanother plant in the family Zingiberaceae which is also known as lesser galangal.
The mRNA and protein levels of filaggrin and filaggrin-related enzymes, such as matriptase, prostasin, and caspase were also up-regulated by BPE and panduratin A treatment.
InYun et al. The mRNA level of filaggrin was significantly increased to