berbamine

berbamine

[′bər·bə‚mēn]
(organic chemistry)
C37H40N2O6 An alkaloid; melting point 170°C; slightly soluble in water, soluble in alcohol and ether.
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aristata may be attributed to the constituients berberine, berbamine and palmitine, among them most probably with berberine alkaloid, as in the previous study Yin et al.
vulgaris which indicated that the most important constituents of this plant are isoquinoline alkaloids such as berbamine, palmatine and particularly berberine (10).
Regarding their sources, Berbamine is extracted from Berberis vulgaris with a reported apoptosis in human myeloma cells (51), (52).
Studies show that the alkaloid constituents with an isoquinolinic nucleus such as berberine, berbamine, and palmatine are important compounds of this plant [8] and of these berberine is the most important and predominant.
It contains alkaloids including berbamine, berberine and berberrubine.
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris): Berberis is a source of vitamin C and isoquinoline alkaloids including berberine, berbamine, and oxyacanthin.
Berberis aquifolium contains berberine, berbamine, oxyacanthine and tannins.
Other alkaloids, like the isoquinoline alkaloids berberine, berbamine and palmatine, have also been shown to have antiinflammatory effects inhibiting serotonin-induced hind paw edema and acetic acid-induced increase in vascular permeability (Kupeli et al.
bealei, include berberine, palmatine, magnoflorine, jatrorrhizine, oxyacanthine, berbamine, columbamine, isotertrandrine and epiberberine (Ji et al.
Comparison of the anti-arrhythmic effects of matrine and berbamine with amiodarone and RP58866.
Berberine and berbamine, the major components responsible for various bioactivities, have been intensively studied and reviewed (Imanshahidi and Hosseinzadeh, 2008; Singh et al.