Renewable Design for Seabuckthorn Softgel - Artemisinin – Chenlv
Renewable Design for Seabuckthorn Softgel - Artemisinin – Chenlv Detail:
CAS No.: 63968 - 64 - 9
Latin name: Artemisiae Annuae Herba
Part used: whole herb
Appearance: white or colorless needle crystal
Molecular Formula: C15H22O5
Molecular Weight: 282.33
Test method: HPLC
Plasmodium falciparum. It was discovered in 1972 by Tu Youyou. Artemisinin is an ancient Chinese herbal therapy for malarial fevers which has been recently found to have potent activity against many forms of malarial organisms, including chloroquine-resistant Plasmodium falciparum. Several artemisinin derivatives have been developed for clinical use in prevention and treatment of malaria, some of which have been linked to rare instances of acute liver injury.
Product packing: 25kg/drum
Validity period: 2 years
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