Natural and Synthetic Coumarins with Effects on Inflammation
AbstractIn this review, we will present the different aspects of coumarins and derivatives, from natural origins or synthetically prepared, and their action on inflammation. Coumarins and also furo- and pyranocoumarins are found in many different plants. These compounds are very often investigated for antioxidant properties. Other biological properties are also possible and anti-inflammation activity is one of these. As coumarins are also available quite easily via synthesis, natural ones can be prepared this way but derivatives with special substituents are also feasible. A review on the same topic appeared in 2004 and our contribution will take into account everything published since then. View Full-Text
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Kirsch, G.; Abdelwahab, A.B.; Chaimbault, P. Natural and Synthetic Coumarins with Effects on Inflammation. Molecules 2016, 21, 1322.
Kirsch G, Abdelwahab AB, Chaimbault P. Natural and Synthetic Coumarins with Effects on Inflammation. Molecules. 2016; 21(10):1322.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kirsch, Gilbert; Abdelwahab, Ahmed B.; Chaimbault, Patrick. 2016. "Natural and Synthetic Coumarins with Effects on Inflammation." Molecules 21, no. 10: 1322.
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