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  • Brand : BIOFRON

  • Catalogue Number : BN-O0952

  • Specification : 98%(HPLC)

  • CAS number : 23513-53-3

  • Formula : C16H12O5

  • Molecular Weight : 284.26

  • PUBCHEM ID : 161298

  • Volume : 5mg

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Catalogue Number

BN-O0952

Analysis Method

HPLC,NMR,MS

Specification

98%(HPLC)

Storage

2-8°C

Molecular Weight

284.26

Appearance

Powder

Botanical Source

Structure Type

Phenols

Category

Standards;Natural Pytochemical;API

SMILES

C1=CC=C(C=C1)C2=NC3=C(O2)C=CC4=C3C5=CC=CC=C5N=C4C6=CC=C(C=C6)C7=C8C=CC=CC8=C(C9=CC=CC=C97)C1=CC2=CC=CC=C2C=C1

Synonyms

6-[4-(10-naphthalen-2-ylanthracen-9-yl)phenyl]-2-phenyl-[1,3]oxazolo[5,4-k]phenanthridine

IUPAC Name

(1S,12S)-5,7,11,19-tetraoxapentacyclo[10.8.0.02,10.04,8.013,18]icosa-2,4(8),9,13(18),14,16-hexaen-16-ol

Density

Solubility

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

Flash Point

Boiling Point

Melting Point

InChl

InChI=1S/C17H24O2/c1-3-5-6-7-11-14-17(19)15-12-9-8-10-13-16(18)4-2/h4,12,15-19H,2-3,5-7,11,14H2,1H3/b15-12+

InChl Key

SOWSTYGAZSVXAB-UHFFFAOYSA-N

WGK Germany

RID/ADR

HS Code Reference

2933990000

Personal Projective Equipment

Correct Usage

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

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PMID

26996968

Abstract

Humanized mice have emerged as a testing platform for HIV-1 pathobiology by reflecting natural human disease processes. Their use to study HIV-1 biology, virology, immunology, pathogenesis and therapeutic development has served as a robust alternative to more-well developed animal models for HIV/AIDS. A critical component in reflecting such human pathobiology rests in defining the tissue and cellular sites for HIV-1 infection. To this end, we examined the tissue sites for viral infection in bone marrow, blood, spleens, liver, gut, brain, kidney and lungs of human CD34+ hematopoietic stem cell engrafted virus-infected NOD.Cg-Prkdcscid Il2rgtm1Wjl/SzJ mice. Cells were analyzed by flow cytometry and sorted from species mixtures defined as CD34+ lineage negative progenitor cells, CD14+CD16+ monocyte-macrophages and central, stem cell and effector memory T cells. The cell distribution and viral life cycle were found dependent on the tissue compartment and time of infection. Cell subsets contained HIV-1 total and integrated DNA as well as multi-spliced and unspliced RNA in divergent proportions. The data support the idea that humanized mice can provide a means to examine the multifaceted sites of HIV-1 replication including, but not limited to progenitor cells and monocyte-macrophages previously possible only in macaques and human.

Title

HIV-1 cellular and tissue replication patterns in infected humanized mice

Author

Mariluz Arainga,1 Hang Su,1 Larisa Y. Poluektova,1 Santhi Gorantla,b,1 and Howard E. Gendelmana,1

Publish date

2016

PMID

31508779

Abstract

In their pedagogical projects, health management courses focus on multidisciplinarity, interdisciplinarity, comprehensiveness and transversality, whose main merit is to question health issues from different theoretical perspectives. Analyzing these issues under many perspectives does not necessarily mean the development of transversal competences. The development and application of these competences suppose going beyond integrating curricular contents and theory/practice. They depend on how the knowledge will be articulated to changes at organizational, sectorial and institutional levels and on the coevolution between these competences and changes. It is understood that health services manager role is effectively transversal when he/she: (i) acts at organizational boundaries, fostering interaction between organizations and other actors in the system; (ii) provides (and receives) feedback to (and from) these actors; and (iii) these feedbacks help decision makers to undertake organizational changes to respond to the environment and shape it.

KEYWORDS

Health Manager Competency-Based Education, Public Health, Higher Education, Coevolution

Title

The development of transversal competence of health service managers

Author

Roberto Gonzalez Duarte,I Irene Kazumi Miura,II Namie Okino Sawada,III Marilia Alves,IV and Renata PetrinV

Publish date

2019;

PMID

30584265

Abstract

Species of Sporocadaceae are endophytic, plant pathogenic or saprobic, and associated with a wide range of host plants. Recent molecular studies that have attempted to address familial and generic boundaries of fungi belonging to Sporocadaceae were based on a limited number of samples and DNA loci. The taxonomy of this group of fungi is therefore still not fully resolved. The aim of the present study is to provide a natural classification for the Sporocadaceae based on multi-locus phylogenetic analyses, using LSU, ITS, tef-1α, tub2 and rpb2 loci, in combination with morphological data. A total of 30 well-supported monophyletic clades in Sporocadaceae are recognised, representing 23 known and seven new genera. Typifications are proposed for the type species of five genera (Diploceras, Discosia, Monochaetia, Sporocadus and Truncatella) to stabilise the application of these names. Furthermore, Neotruncatella and Dyrithiopsis are synonymised under Hymenopleella, and the generic circumscriptions of Diploceras, Disaeta, Hymenopleella, Monochaetia, Morinia, Pseudopestalotiopsis, Sarcostroma, Seimatosporium, Synnemapestaloides and Truncatella are emended. A total of 51 new species, one nomina nova and 15 combinations are introduced.

Key words: Multi-locus phylogeny, New taxa, Seimatosporium, Sporocadus, Taxonomy
Taxonomic novelties: New genera: Distononappendiculata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Diversimediispora F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Nonappendiculata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Parabartalinia F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pseudosarcostroma F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Xenoseimatosporium F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous
New name: Sporocadus rosigena F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous
New species: Bartalinia pini F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Discosia rubi F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Distononappendiculata casuarinae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Distononappendiculata verrucata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Diversimediispora humicola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella acacigena F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella aspera F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella avellanea F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella breviappendiculata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella constricta F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella diversa F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella grevilleae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella longissima F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella proteicola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella quercicola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella singularis F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella synapheae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella vinaceobubalina F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Hymenopleella austroafricana F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Hymenopleella polyseptata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Hymenopleella subcylindrica F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Monochaetia quercus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Morinia crini F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Nonappendiculata quercina F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Parabartalinia lateralis F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pestalotiopsis hispanica F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pestalotiopsis leucadendri F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pestalotiopsis spathuliappendiculata F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pestalotiopsis terricola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pseudopestalotiopsis solicola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pseudosarcostroma osyridicola F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Robillarda australiana F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma africanum F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma australiense F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma diversiseptatum F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma leucospermi F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma longiappendiculatum F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma paragrevilleae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sarcostroma proteae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Seimatosporium germanicum F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Seimatosporium soli F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Seimatosporium vitis-viniferae F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus biseptatus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus cotini F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus incanus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus mali F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus microcyclus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus multiseptatus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus rotundatus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus trimorphus F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Synnemapestaloides juniperi F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous
New combinations: Discosia tricellularis (Okane et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Discosia yakushimensis (Kaz. Tanaka et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Distononappendiculata banksiae (Crous & Summerell) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella lutea (H.J. Swart & D.A. Griffiths) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella restionacearum (S.J. Lee & Crous) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella spadicea (S.J. Lee & Crous) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Heterotruncatella spartii (Senan. et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Hymenopleella endophytica (Hyang B. Lee et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Hymenopleella lakefuxianensis (L. Cai et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Morinia acaciae (Crous) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Pseudopestalotiopsis elaeidis (C. Booth & J.S. Robertson) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus cornicola (Wijayaw. & Camporesi) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus rosarum (Henn.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Sporocadus sorbi (Wijayaw. et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous, Xenoseimatosporium quercinum (Goonas. et al.) F. Liu, L. Cai & Crous
Typifications (basionyms): Epitypes: Pestalotia hypericina Ces., Pestalotia monochaeta Desmazieres, Sphaeria artocreas Tode, Sporocadus lichenicola Corda, Truncatella spadicea S. Lee & Crous
Neotype: Stilbospora angustata Pers

KEYWORDS

Multi-locus phylogeny, New taxa, Seimatosporium, Sporocadus, Taxonomy

Title

Sporocadaceae, a family of coelomycetous fungi with appendage-bearing conidia

Author

F. Liu,1 G. Bonthond,2,3 J.Z. Groenewald,2 L. Cai,1,∗ and P.W. Crous2,4,∗

Publish date

2019 Mar


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