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藤茶提取物二氢杨梅素 Dihydromyricetin
杨梅素 Myricetin
木犀草素Luteolin
苦杏仁甙amygdalin
绿原酸Chlorogenic acid
芹菜素apigenin
厚朴提取物Magnolia bark extract
厚朴酚magnolol
和厚朴酚Honokiol
厚朴总酚magnolol+honokiol
博落回提取物Macleaya cordata extract
血根碱sanguinarine
白屈菜红碱Chelerythrine
迷迭香提取物rosemary leaf extract
迷迭香酸rosmarnic aicd
鼠尾草酸Carnosic acid
熊果酸Ursolic acid
鼠尾草酸油carnosic acid liquid oil
绿咖啡豆提取物green coffee bean extract
金银花提取物honeysuckle flower extract
巴拿巴叶提取物Banaba leaf extract
枇杷叶提取物Loquat leaf extract
漆黄素Fisetin
虎杖甙Polydatin
芒果甙mangiferin
白桦脂醇Betulin
石杉碱甲huperzine a
阿魏酸Ferulic acid
白藜芦醇Resveratrol

血根碱sanguinarine 

博落回提取物血根碱

品名:博落回提取物

有效成分:博落回总碱,血根碱,白屈菜红碱

颜色:橙黄色粉末

规格:总碱: 20%-60%;

                 比例产品 5:1, 10:1,20:1 TLC

                  血根碱 1-30%,白屈菜红碱:1-50%

检测方式:HPLC / TLC

血根碱 (Pseudochelerythrine)

CAS号.: 2447-54-3

Molecular Formula: C20H14NO4

Mol. Wt.: 332.09

博落回提取物由博落回果荚萃取而得,主要成分为血根碱与白屈菜红碱,属于天然无公害绿色产品。其主要生产企业长沙上禾生物科技有限公司,生产博落回提取物1-70%的博落回总碱。

博落回提取物自20世纪末开始在欧盟饲料市场得到推广应用,产品效果已获多年验证;在农药抑菌剂领域、日化领域及医药领域亦均有应用。博落回提取物抗菌效力强,抗菌谱广,对球菌、杆菌、革兰氏阳性和阴性菌都有抗菌活性,且对有些菌的活性强于常用药盐酸小檗碱及青霉素。

使用博落回提取物能帮助家畜有效抗菌止泻,促进动物胆汁和胰腺的分泌,增强动物免疫力。使用安全且效果明显,是一种符合绿色环保要求、比照欧盟生产管理的有机植物提取物。

博落回提取物规格:博落回总碱 60% 博落回总碱1-70%

以上资料 由上禾生物整理   产品详询:13657416805

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