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The sample, identified as Calophyllum lanigerum austrocoriaceum, was found to produce a new compound called (+)-calanolide, which inhibited an enzyme known as reverse transcriptase -- a molecule that is essential for HIV viruses to replicate.
2006) In continuation of this program we carried out chemical investigation on the leaves of Calophyllum ino-phyllum.
of shrubs and grass on Calophyllum brasiliense (Camb.
Recent studies showed in vitro antileishmanial activity of mammea A/BB, a coumarin isolated from leaves of Calophyllum brasiliense.
Euphorbiaceae), and Calophyllum brasiliensis (Guttiferae) (Ribeiro 1999, Nunes da Cunha et al.
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Additional species found in this habitat include Calophyllum species (mentangur), Dichilanthe borneensis (berus), Gluta pubescens (kebaca), Gluta walichii (rengas manuk), Ilex cymosa (kayu telor), Shorea balangeran (kawi), Teysmanniodendron sarawakanum (mutun) and Vatica ressak (resak).
Keywords: Calophyllum brasiliense (-) mammea A/BB derivatives Antileishmanial activity Morphological and ultrastructural alterations Flow cytometry
Trees identified (by DWS) to genus included Garuga (Burseraceae), Calophyllum (Clusiaceae), Elaeocarpus (Elaeocarpaceae), Hernandia (Hernandiaceae), Ficus (Moraceae; at least five species, some of them emergent), and Myristica (Myristicaceae); those we identified to species included Barringtonia edulis (Barringtoniaceae) and Endospermum medullosum (Euphorbiaceae; often emergent).
The technological cornerstone of the system is what Sothys calls the Cellu-Guard complex--a blend of fruit polyphenols and highly purified calophyllum oil that is said to protect the membranes and the DNA structure of the skin's cells and preserve the skin's cytoplasmic proteins.
The Calanolides are a group of compounds originally isolated from the Calophyllum lanigerum tree.
Leishmanicide potential of Calophyllum brasiliense leaves on promastigote and amastigote of Leishmania (Leishmania) amazonensis is evaluated.
Cellu-Guard, the trademark ingredient of the line, is a blend of fruit polyphenols and purified calophyllum oil, said to prevent collagen and elastin weakening.