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Authors Kim, S., E. Y. Lee, P. F. Hillman, J. Ko, I. Yang and S. J. Nam
Title Chemical Structure and Biological Activities of Secondary Metabolites from Salicornia europaea L
Source Molecules
Author Keywords Salicornia europaea L halophyte phytochemicals secondary metabolites
Abstract Salicornia europaea L. is a halophyte that grows in salt marshes and muddy seashores, which is widely used both as traditional medicine and as an edible vegetable. This salt-tolerant plant is a source of diverse secondary metabolites with several therapeutic properties, including antioxidant, antidiabetic, cytotoxic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-obesity effects. Therefore, this review summarizes the chemical structure and biological activities of secondary metabolites isolated from Salicornia europaea L.
Author Address [Kim, Sojeong] Ewha Womans Univ, Grad Sch Ind Pharmaceut Sci, Seoul 03760, South Korea. [Lee, Eun-Young; Hillman, Prima F.; Nam, Sang-Jip] Ewha Womans Univ, Dept Chem & Nanosci, Seoul 03760, South Korea. [Ko, Jaeyoung] AMOREPACIFIC Res & Dev Ctr, Yongin 17074, South Korea. [Yang, Inho] Korea Maritime & Ocean Univ, Dept Convergence Study Ocean Sci & Technol, Busan 49112, South Korea. Nam, SJ (corresponding author), Ewha Womans Univ, Dept Chem & Nanosci, Seoul 03760, South Korea.; Yang, I (corresponding author), Korea Maritime & Ocean Univ, Dept Convergence Study Ocean Sci & Technol, Busan 49112, South Korea. ksj9558@gmail.com; younglee0124@naver.com; primafitriah@gmail.com; jaeyoungko@amorepacific.com; ihyang@kmou.ac.kr; sjnam@ewha.ac.kr
29-Character Source Abbreviation Molecules
Publication Date Apr
Year Published 2021
Volume 26
Issue 8
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.3390/molecules26082252
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000644594300001

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