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Anti-diabetic mode of action: Insulin Secretagogues
Natural compounds improving Insulin Secretion
S.No. Compound Reference Physicochemical Properties and Toxicity Risks
1 Beta-sitosterolNg et al., 1986 Properties and Risk Assessment
2 Tormentic AcidVillar et al., 1986 Ivorra et al.1989 Properties and Risk Assessment
3 Chlorogenic AcidQa'dan et al., 2009 Properties and Risk Assessment
4 LeucodelphinidinGeetha et al., 1994 Properties and Risk Assessment
5 LupanineWiedemann et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
6 SalidrosideLi et al., 2011 Properties and Risk Assessment
7 SparteineGurrola-Diaz et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
8 StigmasterolThakur et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
9 RutinKappel et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
10 Epigallocatechin GallateOrtsater et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
11 ResveratrolSzkudelski and Szkudelska, 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
12 Ginsenoside Rh2Lee et al., 2006 Properties and Risk Assessment
13 TrigonellineZhou et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
14 Oleanoic acidDubey et al., 2013 Teodoro et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
15 EstrogenMagdalena et al., 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
16 ConophyllineKawakami et al., 2010 Kojima et al., 2006 Properties and Risk Assessment
17 4-hydroxyisoleucineAjabnoor and Tilmisany, 1988 Broca et al., 1999 Properties and Risk Assessment
18 MyristicinSomani et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
19 Ginsenoside Rg3Park et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
20 EremanthinEliza et al., 2009 Properties and Risk Assessment
21 NuciferineNguyen et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
22 RoseosideFrankish et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
23 CatechinNagao et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
24 ForskolinHill et al., 1987 Properties and Risk Assessment
25 YohimbineAbdel-Zaher et al., 2001 Properties and Risk Assessment
26 Cinchonain IbQadan et al., 2009 Properties and Risk Assessment
27 EpicatechinHii and Howell, 1984 Properties and Risk Assessment
28 Beta-sitosterol 3-D-glucosideIvorra et al., 1990 Properties and Risk Assessment
29 S-allyl cysteine SulfoxideAugusti and Sheela, 1996 Properties and Risk Assessment
30 ShogaolLi et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
31 QuinineMcLaren and Jones, 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
32 Glyceollin IPark et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
33 Glyceollin IIPark et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
34 Glyceollin IIIPark et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
35 Chicoric acidTousch et al., 2008 Properties and Risk Assessment
36 AllicinMathew and Augusti, 1973 Properties and Risk Assessment
37 LupeolGupta et al., 2011 Gupta et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
38 MangiferinSellamuthu et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
39 EstrogenAhmed and Hassanein, 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
40 p-coumaric acidAmalan and Vijayakumar, 2015 Properties and Risk Assessment
41 EnhydrinGenta et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
42 ThymolManzari-Tavakoli et al., 2013 Properties and Risk Assessment
43 Arachidonic acidMetz, 1988 Properties and Risk Assessment
44 CurcuminWickenberg et al., 2010 Properties and Risk Assessment
45 6-GingerolChakraborty et al., 2012 Properties and Risk Assessment
46 Kinsenoside Zhang et al., 2007 Properties and Risk Assessment