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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : OA / Oroxylin A

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Long Form:   Oroxylin A
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2019 Establishment of rat liver microsome-hydrogel system for invitro phase II metabolism and its application to study pharmacological effects of UGT substrates. BA, MHCCS-II, RLMs, TCCS, UGTs
2018 Determination of oroxylin A and oroxylin A 7-O-d-glucuronide in HepG2 cell lysate and subcellular fractions with SPE-UPLC-MS/MS: Cellular pharmacokinetic study to indicate anti-cancer mechanisms. OG, QC, RSDs, SPE
2018 Oroxylin A suppresses influenza A virus replication correlating with neuraminidase inhibition and induction of IFNs. H7N9-R294K, IAV, IFNs, NA
2017 Oroxylin A activates PKM1/HNF4 alpha to induce hepatoma differentiation and block cancer progression. PKM1, PKM2
2017 Oroxylin A inhibits the generation of Tregs in non-small cell lung cancer. TGF-beta1
2016 Drug activity screening based on microsomes-hydrogel system in predicting metabolism induced antitumor effect of oroxylin A. MHCCS
2016 Oroxylin A, a natural anticancer flavonoid compound, induces differentiation of t(8;21)-positive Kasumi-1 and primary acute myeloid leukemia cells. AML
2016 Therapeutic potential of Oroxylin A in rheumatoid arthritis. CIA, FLS, ILN, RA, TNF
2014 Development and application of a UPLC method for studying influence of phenological stage on chemical composition of Scutellariae Radix. BA, SR, UPLC, WO
10  2014 Oroxylin A has therapeutic potential in acute myelogenous leukemia by dual effects targeting PPARgamma and RXRalpha. AML
11  2014 Oroxylin A, a constituent of Oroxylum indicum inhibits adipogenesis and induces apoptosis in 3T3-L1 cells. ---
12  2012 Pharmacokinetic interactions among major bioactive components in Radix Scutellariae via metabolic competition. ---