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Barbigerone Properties

Barbigerone

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Description

 

Barbigerone is one of a few pyranoisoflavones among several groups of isoflavones. It was first isolated from the seed of a leguminous plant Tephrosia barbigera; hence the name barbigerone. It has also been isolated from the medicinal plant Sarcolobus globosus. Barbigerone from S. globosus is validated to have significant antioxidant property. It exhibits profound antiplasmodial activity against the malarial parasite Plasmodium falciparum. It is also demonstrated that it has anti-cancer potential as it causes apoptosis of murine lung-cancer cells.

Chemical Properties

CAS Number 75425-27-3
IUPAC Name 3-(2,4,5-Trimethoxyphenyl)-8,8-dimethyl-4H,8H-benzo[1,2-b :3,4-b ']dipyran-4-one
Molar Mass 394.42 g/mol
Molecular Formula C23H22O6
Synonyms Barubigeron;2',4',5'-Trimethoxy-6",6"-dimethylpyrano(2",3":7,8)isoflavone
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