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15.The Pharmacokinetics of Amygdalin
A. G. Rauws, M. Olling, A. Timmerman in Archives of Toxicology (1982)
16.Improvement of the extraction efficiency of d-amygdalin from Armeniacae Semen powder through inactivating emulsin and suppressing the epimerization of d-amygdalin
Armeniacae Semen contains not only amygdalin but also emulsin, which is an enzyme that hydrolyzes amygdalin. This hydrolysis reaction has been a major...d-amygdalin, the extraction time was kept to less...d-amygdalin
Ha-Jeong Kwon, Je-Hyun Lee, Seon-Pyo Hong in Archives of Pharmacal Research (2010)
17.THE AMYGDALIN (‘LAETRILE’) CLINICAL TRIAL BY THE NCI
18.Apricot kernal extract (amygdalin): serious health risks
Reactions Weekly (2016)
19.Pharmacology of amygdalin (laetrile) in cancer patients
Plasma and urine concentrations of amygdalin, whole-blood concentrations of cyanide, and...2...) and oral (500-mg tablet) administration of amygdalin. To measure low plasma concentrations of amygdalin following o...
Matthew M. Ames, Thomas P. Moyer, John S. Kovach… in Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology (1981)
20.Prevention of epimerization and quantitative determination of amygdalin in Armeniacae Semen with Schizandrae Fructus solution
Armeniacae Semen not only contains amygdalin, but emulsin also, which is an enzyme that hydrolyzes amygdalin. The extraction yield of amygdalin from Armeniacae Semen was low, due to ... solution was used as the e...
Woo-Sang Joo, Ji-Seon Jeong, Hyogeun Kim, Yong-Moon Lee… in Archives of Pharmacal Research (2006)
21.Application of a quantitative 1H-NMR method for the determination of amygdalin in Persicae semen, Armeniacae semen, and Mume fructus
A quantitative 1H-NMR method (qHNMR) was used to measure the amygdalin content of Persicae semen, Armeniacae semen, and Mume fructus, in each of which amygdalin constitutes a major component. The purity of amygdalin
Rie Tanaka, Akane Nitta, Akito Nagatsu in Journal of Natural Medicines (2014)
22.Simple screening procedure for microorganisms to degrade amygdalin
Amygdalin is a cyanogenic glycoside occurring among others ... screening microbial cultures for their ability to degrade amygdalin is a convenient micro-titre version based...
L. Brimer, G. Tunçel, M. J. R. Nout in Biotechnology Techniques (1993)
23.Pharmacokinetic Effects of Cinnamic Acid, Amygdalin, Glycyrrhizic Acid and Liquiritin on Ephedra Alkaloids in Rats
Ephedra alkaloids, including (EP), pseudo (PEP) and methyl (MEP), are sympathomimetic compounds with known toxicities but many Ephedra (Ephedrae herba...) preparations, such as Ephedra...
Yinghong Tang, Mengkai Zheng, Yu-Lin Chen… in European Journal of Drug Metabolism and Ph… (2017)
24.Cyanide formation in preparations from Chlorella vulgaris Beijerinck: Effect of sonication and amygdalin addition
A critical evaluation of a method for recovering HCN from cell extracts is presented. Since crude extracts often bind or metabolize HCN extensively, the HCN recovered by distillation at room temperature repres...
Hans-Siegfried Gewitz, Elfriede K. Pistorius, Helga Voss, Birgit Vennesland in Planta (1976)
25.In vitro and in silico anticancer activity of amygdalin on the SK-BR-3 human breast cancer cell line
In spite of several studies that have shown the cytotoxic effects of amygdalin on the different cancer cell lines, however, the chemopreventive potential of amygdalin on the breast cancer cell line is ... complet...
Bahman Moradipoodeh, Mostafa Jamalan, Majid Zeinali… in Molecular Biology Reports (2019)
26.Über ein neues, dem Amygdalin ähnliches Glucosid
Das Amygdalin, welches bekanntlich durch Emulsin im Sinne der... gespalten wird, ist schon vor 25 Jahren von Hrn. Hugo Schiff1) mit dem ...
Emil Fischer in Untersuchungen Über Kohlenhydrate und Fermente (1884–1908) (1909)
27.Sensitive Monitoring of Amygdalin and 5-Hydroxytryptamine in Food Supplements Using HILIC OH5 Chromatography
Amygdalin is a cyanogenic glycoside found in pits ... Recently, in some countries, food supplements containing amygdalin have been offered for the use in the alternative cancer treatment. The effectivity of amygdalin
Lucie Havlíková, Martina Parmová, Petr Chocholouš, Petr Solich in Food Analytical Methods (2016)
28.The anti-cancer effect of amygdalin on human cancer cell lines
Derived from rosaceous plant seed, amygdalin belongs to aromatic cyanogenic glycoside group, and ... In this study, we objected to investigate amygdalin effect on two antiapoptotic genes (Survivin, XIAP) and two ...
Asghar Arshi, Sayed Mostafa Hosseini… in Molecular Biology Reports (2019)
29.The pharmacokinetics of amygdalin
Amygdalin (d-mandelonitrile-β-d...-gentiobioside) is a cyanogenic glycoside claimed to show anti-cancer activity, sold under the incorrect name “Laetrile”. For a sensible discussion of its alleged activity and it...
A. G. Rauws, M. Olling, A. Timmerman in Archives of Toxicology (1982)
30.Synergistic and protective effect of atorvastatin and amygdalin against histopathological and biochemical alterations in Sprague-Dawley rats with experimental endometriosis
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the protective effects of combined atorvastatin and amygdalin in a rat model of endometriosis. Tumor ... suggested that combined treatment consisting of atorvastatin a...
Fang Hu, Yichuan Hu, Fangxin Peng in AMB Express (2019)