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Calcium Folinate

Calcium folinate is a metabolically active, reduced form of folic acid that is rapidly absorbed and extensively metabolized in the liver to other folic acid derivatives.

Hydroferulic Acid

Hydroferulic acid, also known as Dihydroferulic acid, is classified as a member of the phenylpropanoic acids. It is slightly soluble in water and acidic.


D-Arabinose is a reducing sugar useful as a substrate in analysis of arabinose isomerases and synthesis of D-erythroascorbic acid in yeast.

Sodium Erythorbate

Sodium erythorbate (NaE) is the sodium of erythorbic acid, a highly refined food-grade chemical closely related to vitamin C, synthesized from sugar, and used as a color fixative in preparing cured meats.



Casanthranol is a purified mixture of te antranol glycosides derived from Cascara sagrada.


Homotaurine is a synthetic organic compound that has GABAergic activity by mimicking GABA. It is a GABAA partial agonist as well as a GABAB receptor partial agonist with low efficacy.

Taurocholic Acid Sodium Salt Hydrate

Taurocholic acid, a bile salt formed in the liver, is the product of conjugation of cholic acid with taurine that is involved in the emulsification of lipids. Its sodium salt is the chief ingredient of the bile of carnivorous animals.

D-Aspartic Acid

D-Aspartic acid (D-Asp) is an endogenous amino acid occurring in several tissues and cells of both invertebrates and vertebrates. It can regulate testosterone synthesis and may act on a stimulatory receptor (NMDA).

Orsellinic Acid Ethyl Ester

Orsellinic acid, a phenolic acid, is of importance in the biochemistry of lichens, from which it can be extracted.

Spiculisporic Acid

Spiculisporic acid is a bioactive γ-butenolide isolated from a marine Aspergillus.

Aleuritic Acid

Aleuritic Acid, a major constituent acid of lac resin (shellac), is isolated from the resin and mainly used in the perfumery industry as a starting material for the preparation of “musk” aroma compounds as well as medicinal and bioactive compounds.


L-Citrulline (Cit) is a naturally occurring nonessential amino acid which is the key intermediate in the urea cycle.


Dihydrocholesterol is a cholesterol derivative found in human feces, gallstones, eggs, and other biological matter.

Abietic Acid

Abietic acid, an abietane diterpenoid, inhibited soybean 5-lipoxygenase with an IC50 of 29.5 ± 1.29 μM.


Phytol, a diterpene alcohol from chlorophyll widely used as a food additive and in medicinal fields, shows antinociceptive and antioxidant activities as well as anti-inflammatory and antiallergic effects. It is a specific activator of PPARα.