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Nom de la substance

Axillarine 5,7,3′,4′-Tetrahydroxy-3,6-diméthoxyflavone

Famille moléculaire

Source végétale


Effet thérapeutique

  • Neuroprotecteur [1]
  • Anti-inflammatoire [2]

Effets indésirables


  1. So Ra Kim, Mi Jung Park, Mi Kyeong Lee, Sang Hyun Sung, Eun Jung Park, Jinwoong Kim, Sun Yeou Kim, Tae H Oh, George J Markelonis, Young Choong Kim. Flavonoids of Inula britannica protect cultured cortical cells from necrotic cell death induced by glutamate. Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 32, Issue 7, 1 April 2002, Pages 596–604
  2. Moscatelli V, Hnatyszyn O, Acevedo C, Megías J, Alcaraz MJ, Ferraro G. Flavonoids from Artemisia copa with anti-inflammatory activity. Planta Med. 2006 Jan;72(1):72-4. PMID 16450301
  • Yang Shilin, Margaret F. Roberts, J.David Phillipson. Methoxylated flavones and coumarins from Artemisia annua. Phytochemistry, Volume 28, Issue 5, 1989, Pages 1509–1511
  • K. Fukui, M. Nakayama, T. Horie. The syntheses of axillarin and its related compounds. Experientia, 1968, Volume 24, Issue 8, pp 769-770 [1]</ref>