Chemical structures of rutaecarpine, annomontine, xestomanzamine A and lycoperodine-1
Therefore, we investigated the AhR activation potential of four
structurally diverse β-carbolines in human hepatoma cells
(Fig. 1): (i) rutaecarpine, found in several rutaceae such as
Evodia rutaecarpa and szechuan pepper (Zanthoxylum sp.), (ii)
annomontine, contained in annonaceae (Annona montana, A.
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