coumarin glycoside

coumarin glycoside

[′kü·mə·rən ′glī·kə‚sīd]
(biochemistry)
Any of several glycosidic aromatic principles in many plants; contains coumaric acid as the aglycon group.
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A new benzofuran derivative glycoside and a new coumarin glycoside from roots of Heracleum dissectum Ledeb.
The coumarin glycoside imperatorin renders the infusions, once very popular, toxic.
In addition, the coumarin glycoside fraxin displayed free-radical scavenging effect and cell protective effect against hydrogen peroxide-mediated oxidative stress [12, 13].
paniculata had high concentration of coumarin glycosides. Skimmin and apiosylskimmin were the major constituents along with other coumarin glycosides.
Zhang, "Coumarin glycosides and iridoid glucosides with neuroprotective effects from hydrangea paniculata," Planta Medica, vol.
Furthermore, the current data on the coumarin profiles suggest the occurrence of coumarin sulphates and coumarin glycosides to be apparently confined to P.