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Tanshinones and diethyl blechnics with anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer activities from Salvia miltiorrhiza Bunge (Danshen) Journal article
Scientific Reports, 2016,Volume: 6
Authors:  Gao H.;  Sun W.;  Zhao J.;  Wu X.;  Lu J.-J.;  Chen X.;  Xu Q.-M.;  Khan I.A.;  Yang S.
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Non-covalent interaction between dietary stilbenoids and human serum albumin: Structure-affinity relationship, and its influence on the stability, free radical scavenging activity and cell uptake of stilbenoids Journal article
Food Chemistry, 2016,Volume: 202,Page: 383-388
Authors:  Cao H.;  Jia X.;  Shi J.;  Xiao J.;  Chen X.
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Cell uptake  EA.hy 926 endothelial cells  Free radical scavenging activity  HUVECs  Stability  Stilbenoids  Structure-affinity relationship  
Iridium(III) complexes with 1,10-phenanthroline-based N^N ligands as highly selective luminescent G-quadruplex probes and application for switch-on ribonuclease H detection Journal article
Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 2016,Volume: 4,Issue: 42,Page: 6791-6796
Authors:  Lu L.;  Wang W.;  Yang C.;  Kang T.-S.;  Leung C.-H.;  Ma D.-L.
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Is there consistency between the binding affinity and inhibitory potential of natural polyphenols as α-amylase inhibitors? Journal article
Critical Reviews in Food Science and Nutrition, 2016,Volume: 56,Issue: 10,Page: 1630-1639
Authors:  Xu W.;  Shao R.;  Xiao J.
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Polyphenols  Structure–activity relationship  Structure–affinity relationship  α-amylase