1. Bioactive biflavonoids from Wikstroemia indica (L.) C.A. Mey. (Thymelaeaceae): a review

Christian Bailly

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 26 December 2021

Abstract
  The roots of the plant Wikstroemia indica (L.) C.A. Mey., also known as Radix Wikstroemiae or Liaogewanggen in China, are used in traditional medicine as decoctions for the treatment of diverse inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis, bronchitis, and many other conditions. A large diversity of bioactive ...  Read More

Bioactive biflavonoids from <i>Wikstroemia indica</i> (L.) C.A. Mey. (Thymelaeaceae): a review


2. Anticancer butanolides and lignans from the Makko tree, Machilus thunbergii Siebold & Zucc. (Lauraceae). A review

Christian Bailly

Volume 5, Issue 3 , Summer 2021, , Pages 136-147

Abstract
  The plant Machilus thunbergii Siebold & Zucc., known as Makko tree, is distributed in many countries of south Asia: China, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea, Philippines, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos. The bark of the tree is used for the preparation of incense powder, and the wood is exploited locally. A few ...  Read More

Anticancer butanolides and lignans from the Makko tree, <i>Machilus thunbergii</i> Siebold & Zucc. (Lauraceae). A review