marsupium


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Related to marsupium: Pterocarpus marsupium, Eskimo Roll, glochidia

marsupium

[mär′sü·pē·əm]
(vertebrate zoology)
A fold of skin that forms a pouch enclosing the mammary glands on the abdomen of most marsupials.
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Antihyperlipidemic effect of flavonoids from pterocarpus marsupium.
Under a sponsored project from ICMR on the isolation of novel compounds from Pterocarpus marsupium for blood sugar management, two novel compounds were isolated, which showed significant activity in that area.
In a double-blind, randomized study comparing Pterocarpus marsupium with the popular diabetes drug tolbutamide, 365 newly-diagnosed or untreated NIDDM patients were treated either with P.
As the powder rather by chance showed a microscopic similarity to the tannin drugs such as Krameria triandra (Rhatany root) and Pterocarpus marsupium (Black Kino Gum) known at the time, he was also accused of being a swindler and sentenced in a court case to pay 2000 pounds legal costs.
Upregulation of Glut-4 and PPAR[gamma] by an isoflavone from Pterocarpus marsupium on L6 myotubes: a possible mechanism of action.
Comments: PteroWhite is a proprietary natural pterostilbene ingredient for cosmetic application, extracted from the dried heartwood of Pterocarpus marsupium.
Rane A, Gramurohit ND (1998) Hepatoprotective activity of Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb, and Butea frondosa Koen ex.
INCI name: Glycerin (and) water (and) sorbitol (and) pterocarpus marsupium bark extract (and) disodium succinate (and) glutamic acid