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Type: Artigo
Title: Chemical composition and botanical origin of red propolis, a new type of brazilian propolis
Author: Silva, Bruno B.
Rosalen, Pedro L.
Cury, Jaime A.
Ikegaki, Masaharu
Souza, Vinícius C.
Esteves, Alessandro
Alencar, Severino M.
Abstract: Red propolis is a new type of Brazilian propolis. This material, as well as the secretions of 20 plant species that are often mentioned as its probable botanical source, have been investigated by RP-HPTLC. Phytochemical evidence based on UV-VIS spectra, RP-HPLC and GC-MS, showed Dalbergia ecastophyllum (L.) Taub. to be the main source of red propolis in Alagoas state. The propolis and plant resin showed high relative percentages of the isoflavonoids 3-Hydroxy-8,9-dimethoxypterocarpan and medicarpin. To our knowledge this is the first report of the secretion of a leguminous species being the source of propolis.
Red propolis is a new type of Brazilian propolis. This material, as well as the secretions of 20 plant species that are often mentioned as its probable botanical source, have been investigated by RP-HPTLC. Phytochemical evidence based on UV-VIS spectra, RP-HPLC and GC-MS, showed Dalbergia ecastophyllum (L.) Taub. to be the main source of red propolis in Alagoas state. The propolis and plant resin showed high relative percentages of the isoflavonoids 3-Hydroxy-8,9-dimethoxypterocarpan and medicarpin. To our knowledge this is the first report of the secretion of a leguminous species being the source of propolis
Subject: Própolis vermelha
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: Oxford University Press
Citation: Evidence-based Complementary And Alternative Medicine : Ecam. v. 5, n. 3, p. 313-6, 2008-Sep.
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1093/ecam/nem059
Address: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2529384/
Date Issue: 2008
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