Cytotoxic Properties of Oligostilbenoids from the Tree Barks of Hopea dryobalanoides

[No Value] Sahidin, E.H. Hakim, L.D. Juliawaty, Y.M. Syah, L. Bin Din, Emilio Ghisalberti, J. Latip, I.M. Said, S.A. Achmad

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Abstract

A new modified stilbene dimer, diptoindonesin D (1), was isolated from the acetone extract of the tree bark of Hopea dryobalanoides, together with seven known compounds, parviflorol (2), (-)-balanocarpol (3), heimiol A (4), hopeafuran (5), (+)-a-viniferin (6), vaticanol B (7) and (-)-hopeaphenol (8). Cytotoxic properties of compounds 1-8 were evaluated against murine leukemia P-388 cells. Compound 8 was found to be the most active with IC50 of 5.7 mu m.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)723-727
JournalZeitschrift fuer Naturforschung. Section C: A Journal of Biosciences
Volume60
Issue number9/10
Publication statusPublished - 2005

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