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  • Brand : BIOFRON

  • Catalogue Number : BN-O1469

  • Specification : 98%(HPLC)

  • CAS number : 7578-68-9

  • Formula : C17H12O4

  • Molecular Weight : 280.27

  • PUBCHEM ID : 1666397

  • Volume : 20mg

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3-acetoxy-2-phenyl-chromen-4-one/3-Acetoxy-flavon/3-acetoxyflavonol/3-acetoxyflavone/4H-1-Benzopyran-4-one, 3-(acetyloxy)-2-phenyl-/4-Oxo-2-phenyl-4H-chromen-3-yl acetate/3-Acetoxy-2-phenyl-chromen-4-on


(4-oxo-2-phenylchromen-3-yl) acetate




Soluble in Chloroform,Dichloromethane,Ethyl Acetate,DMSO,Acetone,etc.

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187.4±28.8 °C

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421.1±45.0 °C at 760 mmHg

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WGK Germany


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Personal Projective Equipment

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For Reference Standard and R&D, Not for Human Use Directly.

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The clinical characteristics of adult spinal deformity (ASD) include worsening of deformity during gait, which leads to unstable posture and propensity to fall. The purpose of this study was to classify arm swing and to analyse its clinical implications. Clinical and radiographic evaluations were performed with 168 community-dwelling female volunteers recruited from a population register in Hokkaido, Japan, with a mean age of 67.3 ± 4.7 years, and arm swing was classified into four groups according to maximum forward and backward arm swing distance: (1) predominantly forward swing with forward swing always larger than backward swing (FS, n = 138), (2) equal or equivocal swing (ES, n = 8), (3) predominantly backward swing with backward swing always larger than forward swing (BS, n = 20), and (4) thigh-hand type without arm swing with their hands placed on thighs (TH, n = 2). BS and FS showed significant differences in radiographic lumbar lordosis (BS 19.4 ± 18.1° vs. FS 40.6 ± 14.5°, P < 0.01 ANOVA), pelvic tilt (BS 40.0 ± 7.3° vs. FS 22.9 ± 8.9°, p < 0.01), number of vertebral fractures (BS 1.2 ± 1.4 vs. FS 0.3 ± 0.6, p < 0.01), and trunk extensor muscle strength (BS 374.9 ± 134.8 N vs. FS 478.1 ± 172.6 N, p < 0.05). Arm swing correlated with severity of radiographic ASD, osteoporotic changes, and back muscle weakness. The number of ASD patients, which includes patients with de novo/idiopathic scoliosis, degenerative/osteoporotic kyphosis, and other neuromuscular deformities, has been increasing, and further study should clarify the importance of dynamic evaluation of ASD among elderly patients. Subject terms: Physical examination, Epidemiology


Classification of arm swing as a clinical marker of advancing spinal deformity among community-dwelling female volunteers 60 years or older


Tetsuya Kobayashi,corresponding author1 Shizuo Jimbo,1 Issei Senoo,1 Mutsuya Shimizu,1 Hiroshi Ito,1 and P. T. Hisashi Chiba2

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This review summarizes the proceedings of a symposium presented at the “Alcoholism and Stress: A Framework for Future Treatment Strategies” conference held in Volterra, Italy on May 9-12, 2017. Psychiatric diseases, including alcohol use disorders (AUD), are influenced through complex interactions of genes, neurobiological pathways, and environmental influences. A better understanding of the common neurobiological mechanisms underlying an AUD necessitates an integrative approach, involving a systematic assessment of diverse species and phenotype measures. As part of the World Congress on Stress and Alcoholism, this symposium provided a detailed account of current strategies to identify mechanisms underlying the development and progression of AUD. Dr. Sean Farris discussed the integration and organization of transcriptome and postmortem human brain data to identify brain regional- and cell type-specific differences related to excessive alcohol consumption that are conserved across species. Dr. Brien Riley presented the results of a genomewide association study of DSM-IV alcohol dependence; although replication of genetic associations with alcohol phenotypes in humans remains challenging, model organism studies show that COL6A3, KLF12, and RYR3 affect behavioral responses to ethanol, and provide substantial evidence for their role in human alcohol-related traits. Dr. Rob Williams expanded upon the systematic characterization of extensive genetic-genomic resources for quantifying and clarifying phenotypes across species that are relevant to precision medicine in human disease. The symposium concluded with Dr. Robert Hitzemann’s description of transcriptome studies in a mouse model selectively bred for high alcohol (“binge-like”) consumption and a non-human primate model of long-term alcohol consumption. Together, the different components of this session provided an overview of systems-based approaches that are pioneering the experimental prioritization and validation of novel genes and gene networks linked with a range of behavioral phenotypes associated with stress and AUD.


alcohol use disorder, species conservation, co-expression networks, systems biology, RNA-seq, genome wide association study, recombinant inbred mice, transcriptome


Cross-species molecular dissection across alcohol behavioral domains


Sean P. Farris, Brien P. Riley, Robert W. Williams, Megan K. Mulligan, Michael J. Miles, Marcelo F. Lopez, Robert Hitzemann, Ovidiu D. Iancu, Alexander Colville, Nicole A.R. Walter, Priscila Darakjian, Denesa L. Oberbeck, James B. Daunais, Christina L. Zheng, Robert P. Searles, Shannon K. McWeeney, Kathleen A. Grant, R. Dayne Mayfield

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2018 Dec 28.




To collect, preserve and document primary ethnopharmacological information on common natural remedies (NRs) used by the Chinese community to treat and/or manage common diseases in Mauritius, a tropical multicultural island in the Indian Ocean.

Face-to-face interviews were carried out with 52 key Chinese informants using a semi-structured questionnaire. Quantitative ethnobotanical indices, namely, the informant consensus factor (FIC), the use value, the fidelity level, the index of agreement on remedies and the relative importance were calculated.

Plants (61) and animal species (17), belonging to 43 and 9 families respectively, constituted the exploited flora and fauna by the Chinese community. Based on the FIC the main categories of plants used were employed against injury and poisons due to external causes (FIC=0.97), diseases of the respiratory system (FIC=0.96), diseases of the eye and adnexa (FIC=0.95), undefined pains or illness (FIC=0.95), diseases during the postpartum period, diseases of the digestive system and diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue (FIC=0.94 each). For zootherapy, diseases of the circulatory system, diseases of the eye and adnexa, diseases of the skin and subcutaneous tissue and endocrine, nutritional and metabolic diseases had total consensus (FIC=1.00).

It was found that the Chinese community of Mauritius still relies, to a great extent, on NRs which need to be preserved and used sustainably. Nonetheless, further research is needed to probe the possible active constituents that could be the basis of an evidence-based investigation to discover new drugs.


Traditional Chinese medicine, Natural remedies, Ethnopharmacology, Herbal remedies, Zootherapy, Mauritius


An ethnopharmacological survey of natural remedies used by the Chinese community in Mauritius


Mohamad Fawzi Mahomoodally, Luviksha Drushilla Muthoorah

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2014 May;

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