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Bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs) are osteotro-phic and osteoinductive cytokines. BMPs are pleio-tropic cytokines with activities not just on bone and cartilage but additionally on mind, the teeth, epidermis, middle, lung, kidney, and a number of different tissues. They act on chemotaxis. mitosis, differentiation, mobile survival and telephone demise. The organic activities of BMPs are med-iated via binding to express BMP receptors varieties I and II. there's a collaboration among the receptors and downstream substrates corresponding to receptor-regulated R-Smads 1, five, and eight. The phosphorylated R-Smads companion with Co-Smad. Smad4. and input the nucleus to start up the transcription of BMP-responsive genes. Smad6 inhibits the job of kind I BMP receptor protein kinase. therefore, the BMP receptors supply a finely regulated homeostatic procedure with assessments and balances.

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Structural type and source: flavone: 3 from branches of Eysenhardtia platycarpa; flavonols: 4 from pods of Millettia erythrocalyx and sophoranodichromane C (5) from roots of Sophora flavescens; flavanones: tonkinochromane A (6) from roots of Sophora tonkinensis, and (ϩ)-apollineanin (7) from leaves of Tephrosia apollinea; dihydroflavonol: isomundulinol (8) from leaves and flowers of Mundulea chapelieri; chalcone: cyclokuraridin (9) from roots of S. flavescens; and dihydrochalcone: flemingichalcone (10) from aerial parts of Flemingia macrophylla (Veitch & Grayer, 2008, and references therein).

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Species names used in the flavonoid literature have been checked against the International Legume Database and Information Service World Database of Legumes (ILDIS, 2005) and the International Plant Names Index (IPNI, 2008), where the relevant botanical authorities and synonyms can also be found. 2. This represents the consensus opinion of a number of sources, including the Phytochemical Dictionary of the Leguminosae (Southon, 1994), the Leguminosae volumes of Chemotaxonomie der Pflanzen (Hegnauer & Hegnauer, 1994, 1996, 2001), specialized reviews on flavonoid classes covering the literature from 1992 to 2003 in Flavonoids: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Applications (Andersen & Markham, 2006), and recent surveys of the literature on Leguminosae isoflavonoids (1997–2004) and flavonoids and their glycosides (2004–2006) (Veitch, 2007; Veitch & Grayer, 2008).

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