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    Lycium chinense

    Lycium chinense is one of two species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae from which the goji berry or wolfberry is harvested, the other being Lycium barbarum. The plant is used in traditional Chinese medicine for the treatment of nightsweats, pneumonia, cough, hematemesis, inflammation, and diabetes mellitus. Lycium chinense Miller extracts may have the possible beneficial effects in Parkinson's disease by attenuating rotenone induced toxicity.

    The SFE of Lycium chinense Miller root  effectively suppressed intracellular tyrosinase activity and decreased the melanin content in B16F10 cells. The root extract also effectively decreased intracellular reactive oxygen species (ROS) levels. Furthermore, the root extract decreased the expression of melanocortin 1 receptor, microphthalmia-associated transcription factor, tyrosinase and tyrosinase-related protein-1 and then inhibited melanogenesis in B16F10 cells. The root extract also showed antioxidant capacities and depleted cellular ROS.

    Lycium chinense
    Research products of Lycium chinense
    Catalog Product Name CAS Number Manual
    CFN97707N-Feruloyloctopamine66648-44-0  PDF
    CFN98494N-p-trans-Coumaroyltyramine36417-86-4  PDF
    CFN97135N-trans-Feruloyltyramine66648-43-9  PDF
    CFN98843Apigenin520-36-5  PDF
    CFN99158Ferulic acid1135-24-6  PDF
    CFN98794trans-4-Hydroxycinnamic acid501-98-4  PDF
    CFN975774-Hydroxybenzoic acid99-96-7  PDF
    CFN98887Scopolin531-44-2  PDF
    CFN97494Scopoletin92-61-5  PDF
    CFN99546Betaine107-43-7  PDF
    CFN93215Kukoamine A 75288-96-9  PDF
    CFN93216Kukoamine B164991-67-7  PDF
    CFN99453Cinnamic acid140-10-3  PDF
    CFN98198Methyl cinnamate103-26-4  PDF
    CFN92204Campesterol474-62-4  PDF
    CFN98000Stigmasterol glucoside19716-26-8  PDF
    CFN98713Daucosterol474-58-8  PDF
    CFN99916Beta-Sitosterol83-46-5  PDF
    CFN97326Stigmasterol83-48-7  PDF
    CFN93168Linoleic acid60-33-3  PDF
    CFN99716Palmitic acid57-10-3  PDF
    CFN93165Stearic Acid57-11-4  PDF
    CFN98824Atropine51-55-8  PDF
    CFN00232Hyoscyamine101-31-5  PDF
    CFN90040Cholesterol57-88-5  n/a
    CFN98206Stigmastane-3,6-dione22149-69-5  PDF
    CFN99220Stigmastane-3,6-diol112244-29-8  PDF
    CFN92187Sugiol511-05-7  PDF
    CFN99331Vanillic acid121-34-6  PDF
    CFN98738Linarin480-36-4  PDF
    CFN99282Syringin118-34-3  PDF
    CFN00161Calystegine B2127414-85-1  PDF
    CFN00162Calystegine B3178231-95-3  n/a
    CFN00163Calystegine B4184046-85-3  PDF
    CFN00164Calystegine B1127414-86-2  PDF
    CFN00165Calystegine B5197565-91-6  n/a
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