Journal articleThe genus Euphorbia is one of the largest genera in the spurge family, with diversity in range, distribution, and morphology. The plant species in this genus are widely used in traditional medicine for the treatment of diseases, ranging from respirational infections, body and skin irritations, digestion complaints, inflammatory infections, body...
Kemboi, Douglas ; Peter, Xolani ; Langat, Moses ; Tembu, Jacqueline
Euphorbia Diterpenes: An Update of Isolation, Structure, Pharmacological Activities and Structure–Activity Relationship.Euphorbia species have a rich history of ethnomedicinal use and ethnopharmacological applications in drug discovery. This is due to the presence of a wide range of diterpenes exhibiting great structural diversity and pharmacological activities. As a result, Euphorbia diterpenes have remained the focus of drug discovery investigations from natural products....
Kemboi, Douglas ; Siwe-Noundou, Xavier ; Krause, Rui W. M. ; Langat, Moses K. ; Tembu, Vuyelwa Jacqueline
Plastome Evolution in the Hyperdiverse Genus Euphorbia (Euphorbiaceae) Using Phylogenomic and Comparative Analyses: Large-Scale Expansion and Contraction of the Inverted Repeat Region.With 2,000 species, is one of the largest angiosperm genera, yet a lack of chloroplast genome (plastome) resources impedes a better understanding of its evolution. In this study, we assembled and annotated 28 plastomes from Euphorbiaceae, of which 15 were newly sequenced. Phylogenomic and comparative analyses of 22 plastome sequences...
Wei, Neng ; Pérez-Escobar, Oscar A. ; Musili, Paul M. ; Huang, Wei-Chang ; Yang, Jun-Bo …