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In vitro pharmacokinetic characterization of mulberroside A, the main polyhydroxylated stilbene in mulberry (Morus alba L.), and its bacterial metabolite oxyresveratrol in traditional oral use Journal article
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2012,Volume: 60,Issue: 9,Page: 2299
Authors:  Mei M.;  Ruan J.-Q.;  Wu W.-J.;  Zhou R.-N.;  Lei P.-C.;  Zhao H.-Y.;  Yan R.;  Wang Y.-T.
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Deglycosylation  Glucuronidation  Hydroxystilbenes  Intestinal Bacteria  Morus AL.a L.  Mulberroside a  Oxyresveratrol  Permeability  
Pharmacokinetic evidence on the contribution of intestinal bacterial conversion to beneficial effects of Astragaloside IV, a marker compound of Astragali Radix, in traditional oral use of the herb Journal article
Drug Metabolism and Pharmacokinetics, 2012,Volume: 27,Issue: 6,Page: 586
Authors:  Zhou R.-N.;  Song Y.-L.;  Ruan J.-Q.;  Wang Y.-T.;  Yan R.
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3-epi-cycloastragenol  Astragali Radix  Astragaloside Iv  Cycloastragenol  Intestinal Bacteria  Metabolism  Oral Pharmacokinetics  
Characterization of metabolism and in vitro permeability study of notoginsenoside R1 from radix notoginseng Journal article
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2010,Volume: 58,Issue: 9,Page: 5770
Authors:  Ruan J.-Q.;  Leong W.-I.;  Yan R.;  Wang Y.-T.
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Caco-2  Intestinal Bacteria  Metabolism  Notoginsenoside R1  Permeability  Radix Notoginseng