Product Name: Peanut shell Extract Luteoline
Botanical Name: Arachis hypogaea L
Used Part: Peanut shell
Plants: Solanum Prunella, Qing Lan, Caprifoliaceae Lonicera.
Specification: Luteolin 80%, 90%, 95%, 98% HPLC
Molecular Formula : C15H10O6
Molecular Weight: 286.23
CAS NO: 491-70-3
Appearance: Yellow-green powder
Luteolin is a flavone, a type of flavonoid. Like all flavonoids, it
has a yellow crystalline appearance
Luteolin has been studied in several preliminary in vitro
scientific investigations. Proposed activities include antioxidant
activity (ie. scavenging of free radicals), promotion of
carbohydrate metabolism, and immune system modulation.[citation
needed] Other in vitro studies suggest luteolin has
anti-inflammatory activity, and that it acts as a monoamine
transporter activator a phosphodiesterase inhibitor, and an
interleukin 6 inhibitor.In vivo studies show luteolin affects
xylazine/ketamine-induced anesthesia in mice.In vitro and in vivo
experiments also suggest luteolin may inhibit the development of
skin cancer.Importantly, the therapeutic value of the above
findings is unclear, and will remain so until further detailed in
vivo, toxicity, and clinical studies are performed.
- Luteolin is an active inhibitor of different hyaluronidases, which
modify hyaluronic acid (79). Hyaluronic acid, a
heteropolysaccharide, is one the polymers that accounts for the
toughness and flexibility of cartilage and tendon.
- Luteolin exhibits spasmolytic effects: Luteolin significantly
antagonized acetylcholine- and histamine-induced contraction of
smooth muscle in the guinea pig model of modified air overflow
(80,81), and showed strong anti-histamine properties
- Luteolin displays anti-leishmanial activity.
Luteolin displays strong antinociceptive (against pain originating
from peripheral nerves) action in mice .This is in accordance with
the fact that Luteolin is an active principle of Brazilian plant
Wedelia paludosa, traditionally used against the variety of
disorders, including painful conditions.
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