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Review Article

Corals and Their Potential Applications to Integrative Medicine

Table 1

Bioactive compounds with medicinal qualities.


Sinularia flexibilis Flexibiliquinone Flexibilin DAnti-inflammationLin et al. 2013 [47]
Hu et al. 2013 [48]
querciformis 11-epi-Sinulariolide Acetate
Anti-inflammation and anti-bone-loss
Antinociception and antineuroinflammation
Lin et al. 2013 [18]
Huang et al. 2012 [17]
gaweli 5 ,8 -EpidioxysterolCytotoxicityYen et al. 2013 [49]
crassa Crassalone ACytotoxicity Cheng et al. 2012 [50]
granosa 9,11-SecosterolCytotoxicity and anti-inflammationHuang et al. 2012 [51]
sp. 5-Epsinuleptolide acetate (5EPA)CytotoxicityHuang et al. 2013 [24]
Scleronephthya gracillimum SclerosteroidsCytotoxicity and anti-inflammationFang et al. 2013 [52]
Cladiella krempfi KremptielinsCytotoxicity and anti-inflammationTai et al. 2013 [53]
Paraminabea acronocephala Paraminabic acidCytotoxicity and anti-inflammationChao et al. 2013 [54]
Capnella imbricata CapnellenesAntineuroinflammation and antinociceptionJean et al. 2009 [37]
Lemnalia cervicomi tenuis LemnalolAnti-inflammation and antinociceptionLee et al. 2013 [55]
Echinomuricea sp.Echinoclerodane ACytotoxicity and anti-inflammationCheng et al. 2012 [56]
Nephthea chabrolii Nebrosteroids Q, R, and SCytotoxicityWang et al. 2013 [27]

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