Synonym name: alpha-mangostin; Mangostin
Catalogue No.: BPE016
Cas No.: 6147-11-1
Mol Weight: 410.466
Botanical Source: Garcinia mangostana. L.
Part Used: Fruit Peel
Solvents for extracting: Purified water, Ethanol
Assay and Purity: 90%, 95%, 98%
Analysis Method: HPLC-DAD
Identification Method: Mass, NMR
Packing: Drum, Aluminum plastic compound bag
Can be supplied from kilograms to Ton.
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Mangostin is a natural organic compound isolated from various parts of the mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana). It is a yellow crystalline solid with a xanthone core structure. Mangostin and a variety of other xanthones from mangosteen have been investigated for biological properties including antioxidant, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, and anticancer activities.
α-Mangostin from Garcinia mangostana Linn: An updated review of its pharmacological properties
Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Available online 12 March 2014
Over the past decades, various studies have highlighted the pure natural compound, α-mangostin as their main topic. The compound’s pre-clinical and pharmacological properties have been recognized and defined in these studies. α-Mangostin shows strong pharmacological effects in in vitro and in vivo model systems by targeting a number of vital cellular factors through various mechanisms of action. Despite its important molecular versatility, the α-mangostin still has limited clinical application. In order to optimize the conditions of this compound as a chemotherapeutic and chemopreventive agent, for instance in diseases such as cancer, obesity, diabetes as well as inflammatory disorders, the recent tendency is to limit the range of its pharmacological properties. The present work reviews recent studies on the central and potential pharmacological principles as well as the preclinical applications of the α-mangostin.
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