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Phytol: A review of biomedical activities Journal article
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, 2018,Volume: 121,Page: 82-94
Authors:  Islam, Muhammad Torequl;  Ali, Eunus S.;  Uddin, Shaikh J.;  Shaw, Subrata;  Islam, Md Amirul;  Ahmed, Md Iqbal;  Shill, Manik Chandra;  Karmakar, Utpal Kumar;  Yarla, Nagendra Sastry;  Khan, Ishaq N.;  Billah, Md Morsaline;  Pieczynska, Magdalena D.;  Zengin, Gokhan;  Malainer, Clemens;  Nicoletti, Ferdinando;  Gulei, Diana;  Berindan-Neagoe, Ioana;  Apostolov, Apostol;  Banach, Maciej;  Yeung, Andy W. K.;  El-Demerdash, Amr;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Dey, Prasanta;  Yele, Santosh;  Jozwik, Artur;  Strzalkowska, Nina;  Marchewka, Joanna;  Rengasamy, Kannan R. R.;  Horbanczuk, Jaroslaw;  Kamal, Mohammad Amjad;  Mubarak, Mohammad S.;  Mishra, Siddhartha K.;  Shilpi, Jamil A.;  Atanasov, Atanas G.
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Phytol  Phytol metabolites  Phytanic acid  Plant-derived compounds  Biological activities  
Supramolecular strategy for reducing the cardiotoxicity of bedaquiline without compromising its antimycobacterial efficacy Conference paper
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, Kunming, PEOPLES R CHINA, AUG 25-30, 2018
Authors:  Kuok, Kit Ieng;  Ng, Phoebe Choi In;  Ji, Xia;  Wang, Chunming;  Yew, Wing Wai;  Chan, Denise P. C.;  Zheng, Jun;  Lee, Simon M. Y.;  Wang, Ruibing
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Cucurbit[7]Uril  Bedaquiline  Supramolecular Formulation  Cardiotoxicity  Antimycobacterial  
Discrimination of three Siegesbeckiae Herba species using UPLC-QTOF/MS-based metabolomics approach Conference paper
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, Kunming, PEOPLES R CHINA, AUG 25-30, 2018
Authors:  Tao, Hong-Xun;  Xiong, Wei;  Zhao, Guan-Ding;  Peng, Yu;  Zhong, Zhang-Feng;  Xu, Liang;  Duan, Ran;  Tsim, Karl W. K.;  Yu, Hua;  Wang, Yi-Tao
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Metabolomics  Traditional Chinese Medicines  Multi-origin Herbs  Siegesbeckiae Herba Species  Uplc-qtof/ms  
Supramolecular formulation of nitidine chloride can alleviate its hepatotoxicity and improve its anticancer activity Conference paper
FOOD AND CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY, Chillan, CHILE, NOV 22-25, 2016
Authors:  Li, Wanying;  Yin, Hang;  Bardelang, David;  Xiao, Jianbo;  Zheng, Ying;  Wang, Ruibing
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Nitidine Chloride  Cucurbit[7]  Uril Supramolecular Formulation  Hepatotoxicity  Anticancer Activity