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Research Article

Artisanal Extraction and Traditional Knowledge Associated with Medicinal Use of Crabwood Oil (Carapa guianensis Aublet.) in a Peri-Urban Várzea Environment in the Amazon Estuary

Table 3

Studies presenting limonoids that are components of crabwood oil. “X” indicates the presence of that chemical component in the results of the study and “—” indicates the absence.

PublicationsOrigin of the oilMethyl angolensate7-Deacetoxy-7-oxogedunin7-Deacetylgedunin6a-AcetoxygeduninGeduninAndirobin1,2-Dihydro-3b-hydroxy-7-deacetoxy-7-oxogedunin6-Hydroxy-methyl angolensate17-HydroxyazadiradioneXyloccensin k6α-Acetoxy-7-deacetilgedunin (pericarp)Methyl angolensate (pericarp)

Ambrozin et al. (2006) [35]Commercial oil bought in Belém city, state of Pará, BrazilXXXXXXX
da Silva et al. (2009) [43]Extracted by solventXXXXXX
Miranda Júnior et al. (2012) [42]Artisanal oil obtained in the lab from doughs produced in Alto TocantinsXXXXXX
Silva et al. (2012) [44]Extracted by solvent and isolated from the pericarpXXXXXX

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