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Anti-diabetic mode of action: Improving Glucose Uptake
Natural compounds improving Glucose Uptake
S.No. Compound Reference Physicochemical Properties and Toxicity Risks
1 Bassic acidNaik et al., 1991 Properties and Risk Assessment
2 Corosolic acidMiura et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
3 MasoprocolGowri et al., 1999 Properties and Risk Assessment
4 Palmitic acidJing et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
5 HonokiolKatz et al., 2007 Properties and Risk Assessment
6 1,2,3,4,6-Pentagalloyl glucoseZhang et al., 2009 Li et al., 2005 Properties and Risk Assessment
7 4-Hydroxy-Alpha-TetraloneUpadhyay et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
8 Ginsenoside Rb1Shang et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
9 LagerstroemineHayashi et al., 2002 Properties and Risk Assessment
10 8-GingerolLi et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
11 Cyanidin-3-glucosideMatsukawa et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
12 MethylhydroxychalconeJarvill-Taylor et al., 2001 Properties and Risk Assessment
13 3-p-coumaroylquinic acidPitschmann et al., 2014 Properties and Risk Assessment
14 EremanthinEliza et al., 2009 Properties and Risk Assessment
15 SteviosideMohd-Radzman et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment