ALCALOIDES INDOLICOS PDF

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Indole alkaloids from species of the Aspidosperma Apocynaceae genus. Maria de M. Pereira I ; Rose Lisieux R. Raslan III. Species from genus Aspidosperma Apocynaceae are popularly employed to treat various diseases. This genus is characterized by the occurrence of indole alkaloids. Taking into account the various biological activities attributed to these alkaloids, the description of the chemical diversity in genus Aspidosperma is important.

A review of simple carbolinic alkaloids isolated from species of various genera was published in In , it was published another one dealing with the relationships between the chemical structures of the indole alkaloids and the evolution of Aspidosperma species. This work updates the information about the indole alkaloids isolated from Aspidosperma species. Keywords: Apocynaceae; Aspidosperma ; indole alkaloids. Cascas de A. Rapini, A. Nicholas, A. Rocha, A. Struwe, L.

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Biosíntesis de los alcaloides indólicos. Una revisión crítica

ISSN Alkaloids are one of most diverse groups of secondary metabolites found in living organisms. These types of alkaloids are present in several family plants, mainly Apocinaceae, Loganiaceae and Rubiaceae, all of them from the Gentiales order. The most economically important alkaloids are the bisindolics vinblastine, used for treating Hodgkin's disease, and vincristine, used for children's leukemia. Furthermore, the monoterpene alkaloids ajmalicine and serpentine are utilized as antihypertensive agents against cardiac arrythmias and the improvement of the brain's blood circulation.

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Items in DSpace are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated. Show full item record. Anti-leishmanial activity of alkaloidal extracts obtained from different organs of Aspidosperma ramiflorum. Instituto Oswaldo Cruz. Departamento de Imunologia.

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Indole alkaloids from species of the Aspidosperma Apocynaceae genus. Maria de M. Pereira I ; Rose Lisieux R. Raslan III. Species from genus Aspidosperma Apocynaceae are popularly employed to treat various diseases. This genus is characterized by the occurrence of indole alkaloids. Taking into account the various biological activities attributed to these alkaloids, the description of the chemical diversity in genus Aspidosperma is important.

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