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Ganoderic Acids (GAs) are the major medicinal compounds in Ganoderma lucidum used as traditional Chinese medicine since ancient times. Ganoderic acid A (GAA) is the first discovered ganoderic acids reported in the literature, which is also one of most abundant triterpenoids of Ganoderma lucidum. Especially, GAA has been extensively investigated in recent decades for its positive medicinal activities. However, the vibrational properties of GAs have rarely been studied or reported. In this work, we focused on the typical GAA and studied the infrared (IR) and Raman spectra based on both experiments and DFT calculations. As such, we could not only achieve the assignments of the vibrational modes, but also from the IR and Raman spectra, we found that the spectral region from 1500 cm-1 to 1800 cm-1 is particularly useful for distinguishing different types of GAs. In addition, its dehydrogenated derivative ganoderenic acid A (GOA) was also studied, which could be identified due to its spectral feature of strong IR and Raman bands around 1620 cm-1. This work therefore may facilitate the application of IR and Raman spectroscopies in the inspection and quality control of Ganoderma lucidum.
DFT-M06-2X-D3; Ganoderenic acid a (GOA); Ganoderic acid A (GAA); Ganoderic acids (GAs); Infrared spectroscopy; Raman spectroscopy.
Understanding the infrared and Raman spectra of ganoderic acid A: An experimental and DFT study
Guohua Yao 1, Yuhan Ma 2, Muhammad Muhammad 3, Qing Huang 4
2019 Mar 5
To prove the relationship between the fluctuation in serum beta-glucuronidase level and hepatotoxicity, an inhibitor of beta-glucuronidase from G. lucidum was isolated and its hepatoprotective activity was investigated. The ether fraction of G. lucidum, which had potent beta-glucuronidase-inhibitory activity, protected against CCl4-induced liver injury. From this ether fraction, ganoderenic acid A, was isolated as the potent inhibitor of beta-glucuronidase. It had a potent hepatoprotective effect against CCl4-induced liver injury. These results suggest that the beta-glucuronidase seems to be closely related to liver injury, which could be prevented by beta-glucuronidase inhibitors.
Beta-glucuronidase-inhibitory activity and hepatoprotective effect of Ganoderma lucidum
D H Kim 1, S B Shim, N J Kim, I S Jang