Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Abrus precatorius, Coral, Gunja, Guruvinda, Gundumani, Чёточник молитвенный, มะกล่ำตาหนู, Cam thảo dây, Paternostererbse




Abrus precatorius L.Family: Fabaceae
  • English: Coral bead vine, Rosary pea
  • Arabic: عين العفريت
  • Assamese: লাটুমণি লতা
  • Bengali: गुंच Gunch, কুঁচ
  • Chinese: 相思子, 相思豆
  • Czech: Soterek obecný
  • Finnish: Paternosterpapu
  • German: Paternostererbse
  • Gujarati: Ratti रत्ती, Chanothi
  • Hindi: रत्ती Ratti, गुंची Gunchi
  • Kannada: गुलगुंजी Gulugunji
  • Kannada: ಗುಲಗಂಜಿ gulaganji
  • Malayalam: Kunni
  • Marathi: गुंज Gunja
  • Nepali: लालगेडी lalgodi
  • Pampanga: Kansasaga
  • Polish: Modligroszek różańcowy
  • Punjabi: ਰੱਤੀ
  • Russian: Чёточник молитвенный
  • Sanskrit: गुंजा Gunjaa
  • Shona: Chonjo
  • Spanish: jequerity
  • Tamil: குந்து மணி kundu mani
  • Telugu: గురుగింజ guruginja, గురువింద guruvinda
  • Thai: มะกล่ำตาหนู
  • Vietnamese: Cam thảo dây
  • Yoruba: Lele
Description: Perennial, Vines, twining, climbing, Woody throughout, Stems woody below, or from woody crown or caudex, Nodules present, Stems erect or ascending, Stems greater than 2 m tall, Stems solid, Stems or young twigs glabrous or sparsely glabrate, Stems or young twigs sparsely to densely hairy, Leaves alternate, Leaves petiolate, Stipules inconspicuous, absent, or caducous, Stipules setiform, subulate or acicular, Stipules deciduous, Stipules free, Leaves compound, Leaves even pinnate, Leaf or leaflet margins entire, Leaflets opposite, Stipels present at base of leaflets, Leaflets 10-many, Leaves glabrous or nearly so, Flowers in axillary clusters or few-floweredracemes, 2-6 flowers, Inflorescences racemes, Inflorescence axillary, Inflorescence terminal, Flowers zygomorphic, Calyx 5-lobed, Calyx glabrous, Petals separate, Corolla papilionaceous, Petals clawed, Petals red, Petals blue, lavander to purple, or violet, Banner petal ovo id or obovate, Wing petals narrow, oblanceolate to oblong, Wing tips obtuse or rounded, Stamens 9-10, Stamens monadelphous, united below, Filaments glabrous, Style terete, Fruit a legume, Fruit unilocular, Fruit freely dehiscent, Fruit elongate, straight, Fruit oblong or ellipsoidal, Fruit exserted from calyx, Fruit compressed between seeds, Fruit torulose or moniliform, strongly constricted between seeds, Fruit beaked, Fruit glabrous or glabrate, Fruit 3-10 seeded, Seeds ovoid to rounded in outline, Seed surface smooth, Seeds red, or scarlet and black. 

Alopecia, dryness of mouth, colic (therapeutic uses based on classical texts from the seventh century to the sixteenth century). The petroleum ether extract of the root at 1–5 days post-coitum prevented nidation in up to 100% of albino rats. 95% ethanol extract of root (orally) at 10.0 mg/kg showed an anti-estrogenic effect. Abruquinones A, B, and D exhibit platelet  aggregation and A, B, D, and F show strong anti-inflammatory and anti-allergic effects. 70% ethanol extract of fresh root (intraperitonealy) showed anticonvulsant and CNS depressant activity at variable doses in mice. The root was used as a snuff in masosinusitis (Vrindamadhava, sixth century). The root was chewed for pain due to dental caries (Rājamarttanda, eleventh century). Massage and snuff of the root and seed extract in oil was prescribed for treating chronic cervical lymphadenitis (Bhāvaprakasha, sixteenth century). Hot water extract of the root is taken orally as an emmenagogue. In Taiwan, a decoction of the dried root is given internally to treat bronchitis and hepatitis. A decoction of the root and leaf sap is taken orally for asthma in Tanzania. Leprosy/obstinate skin diseases; ulcer; diseases of the nervous system; baldness (therapeutic uses based on texts from the fifteenth to sixteenth century). In leprosy, a paste of the seeds with butter was applied topically; in sciatica, stiffness of shoulder, and paralysis, the affected region is incised with a razor and a paste of the seeds was applied thereon; in baldness, the scalp was incised and a paste of the seeds was applied frequently; for treating scrofula, oil extract of seeds and root; for dandruff, oil extract of seeds and Eclipta alba was prescribed. Abrin has been studied for its cytotoxic effect on tumor cells, as well as for sterility, treat- ing prostate and breast cancer  and as a “molecular probe” to investigate cell function. Experimentally, seed extracts showed anti-fertility activity in rats; adversely influenced pregnancy and the fetus in mice; and caused irreversible impairment in human sperm motility. [Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeial Plant Drugs: Expanded Therapeutics]

Used in Ayurveda, Sidha and Unani. High toxicity. Seeds poisonous, highly toxic, often used criminally; a single well- masticated seed can kill an adult human; abrin is regarded as one of the most deadly plant toxins known. Plant antibacte- rial, contraceptive, antiallergic, antimalarial, febrifuge, anti- inflammatory, expectorant, insecticide, anti-schistosomiasis, molluscicidal. Root said to be emetic and useful in poisoning, an infusion used for procuring abortion; decoction of fruits of Pedalium murex with the roots of Abrus precatorius used as oral medicine to cure syphilis. Leaves or roots used for chest complaints, pleurisy; juice of fresh leaves on scabies and leprosy; dried leaves refrigerant; leaves applied on swol- len tonsils; leaf juice mixed in water taken for cough. Roots, stem and leaves for the treatment of flu, cough, fever; roots used for expelling hookworm; roots infusion or juice used for procuring abortion; soaked crushed roots decoction taken to treat leucorrhea. Seeds antiseptic, abortifacient, tonic, anti- malarial and antiinflammatory, poultice applied externally to cure mastitis and galactophoritis; paste of seeds said to decrease fertility in women, the lady will not get pregnant; seed paste with seeds of Albizia lebbeck given to cure cata- ract; seeds ground, brewed and taken as a cure for asthma; seed paste when placed in cotton and inserted in vagina causes abortion, also criminal abortion. Veterinary medicine, whole plant extract given orally for retained placenta; the leaves of this plant and the leaves of Calotropis procera are mixed, burnt and the ash given to goats after delivery; pounded leaves decoction given for insect bite; leaf paste a germicide to dress wounds in domestic animals; leaves extract given to cure anthrax, in insect bite, in retained placenta; crushed roots applied to cure white eyes of the cattle; powdered seeds given with water to treat liver disorders, poisoning and ner- vousness; seeds paste applied on yokegall, seed powder fed to ox to cure galls on the neck. Used in religion and magico- religious beliefs and performances, amulet from the roots; a piece of root tied round the wrist is believed to prevent skin diseases; Tantric rituals, rosaries made of seeds; a traditional remedy through plant wreath, stem pieces tied on hand to treat fits. Contact therapy, or touch therapy, to cure toothache a piece or root is tied around the ear. [CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants]

A decoction of the leaves has been prescribed for scurvy, cough, bronchitis, sprue and hepatitis and as a refrigerant. They are also applied on painful swellings, eye inflammation, cancer, syphilis and on leucodermic spots. The leaves are also effective in the treatment of coryza, cough, fever, and jaundice resulting from viral hepatitis and intoxications. The seeds have been used to treat fever, malaria, headache, dropsy and to expel worms. A decoction of the seeds is applied for abdominal complaints, conjunctivitis, irachoma and malarial fever. Central Africans use powdered seed as an oral contraceptive/ It is also used to lower high blood pressure and relieve severe headache. The seeds are very toxic and can be applied externally to treat bacterial infection and accelerate the bursting of boils and to cure mastitis and galactophoritis. The seed has purgative properties and is used as an emetic, tonic, aphrodisiac, and for nervous disorders. The poultice can be used as suppository, abortifacient, or tonic for pregnant women and children and to treat severe headaches. Water from the boiled roots is used to cure cough, bronchitis, sore throat and also applied as an emetic agent. [A Guide to Medicinal Plants: An Illustrated, Scientific and Medicinal Approach ]

The leaf decoction is used for treatment of coughs, constipation, colic, and general pains. The leaves are chewed to relieve hoarseness and bronchial constrictions; the vapor from crushed leaves boiled with water is used to treat eye inflammation. The aqueous extract of the seed is used for the treatment of cancer of the epithelioma and as a vermifuge and an abortifacient. A single dose of the powdered seeds acts as a long-acting contraceptive, with the effect lasting up to  menstrual cycles. The seed infusion has been employed to hasten labor and for treatment of conjunctivitis granulosa and trachoma. The entire plant is drunk for treatment of venereal disease, headaches, and snakebites. A poultice prepared from the seeds of Abrus, salt, and the unripe fruits of Musa paradisica is applied topically to boils and abscesses. [Handbook of African Medicinal Plants, Second Edition]

Ingested seeds generally remain intact as they pass through the gastrointestinal tract without releasing any toxin and causing any toxicity. However, if the seeds are chewed, pulverized, or digested (i.e., if passage through the gastrointestinal tract is delayed), then the toxin is absorbed by intestinal cells, causing mild to severe gastrointestinal toxicity. Symptoms depend upon the amount of toxin exposure and include nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramping, diarrhea, and dehydration. Variations in the severity of toxicity may be related to the degree to which the seeds are ground or chewed before ingestion. Parenteral administration (such as by injection or inhalation), or perhaps large ingestion, may produce life-threatening systemic findings, including multisystem organ failure, even with small exposures. [Handbook of Poisonous and Injurious Plants, 2nd Ed]

Used  in  nervous  disorders,  sciatica  and  paralysis;  leaf  decoction  used  in cough,  conic  pain,  skin  diseases;  root  used  in  preparation  for  gonorrhoea,  jaundice. [Herbal Cures: Traditional Approach]

Ethnomedicinal uses: fresh leaves are chewed to cure mouth blisters. Seed powder is used as an antifertility drug by both males and females. A high dose of seed powder is considered fatal. Ethnoveterinary medicinal uses: the powder of two to three seeds is given to animals with bread two to four times a day for the disposal of the placenta following the birth of a baby.  [Herbal Drugs: Ethnomedicine to Modern Medicine]

Grind  the  roots,'  make  small  pills,  encase  the  pills  in molasses and eat the same to treat night-blindedness; Make  a  plaster  by  grinding  the  roots  of  white-fruited variety  and  apply  the  plaster  on  the  painful  part  of inflammated sections of the gum; To treat white-coloured urine they drink a mixture made by grinding roots of the following: White-fruited A.  precatorius, Horticultural, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (b)  Indigofera pulchella, (c)  Panicum repens and (d)  Spatholobus roxburghii; To treat gravel they drink a mixture made of the following: Roots of A. precatorius, (b)  The refuse of molasses, (c)  Exudation from a sapling of Diospyros  tomentosa, (d)  Exudation from Acacia catechu, (e)  Little  saltpeter,  and (f)  Pinch of sulphur; To treat the variety of childbed complaints (usually caused by anaemia) characterized by profuse diarrhoea, roots of A. precatorius are used in preparing two different varieties of mixtures; the ingredients of the mixtures are given below: First  variety:  roots  of A.  precatorius,  Elaeodendron roxburghii,  Coix  lachryma-jobi,  Piper  longum,  Ruellia suffruticosa, white onion, rhizome of Zingiber officinale; (b)  Second variety: roots of A. precatorius,  Coix lachrymajobi,  Embelia  robusta,  Piper  longum,  bark  of Casearea tomentosa,  Elaeodendron  roxburghii,  Gmelina  arborea, Emblica  officinalis,  white  onion,  leaves  of  Ocimum sanctum, rhizome of Curcuma angustifolia and Zingiber officinale - all  these are ground together, boiled and mixed with the refuse of molasses; Roots as abortifacient and used in paralysis; Apply leaf-paste  with lime-water (2:  1)  on swelling of glands; Grind  the leaves of white-flowered A.  precatorius,  warm slightly and plaster on the loins to kill pain there; Grind leaves of A. precatorius along with leaves of Lawsonia alba and Tamarindus indica (1: 1: 1), add a little salt, boil a little and apply the plaster on the whole body to get relief from muscular pain caused by over-exhaustion; Make a paste of leaves of A. precatorius along with roots of Carissa carandas and Gossypium arboreum, warm the paste slightly and plaster the same over the whole body of the patient suffering from stealth convulsions; A Salubrious Perspective of Medicinal Plants  Leaf-paste in leucoderma; Seed-paste in skin diseases; Seeds after  some processing as  contraceptive.  Paste in gonorrhoea. Oraon: dried root-powder as mild purgative. [Horticultural, Medicinal and Aromatic Plants]

In Burma, the roots of Abrus precatorius L. are used to relieve cough and to adulterate liquorice. In China, the seeds are used to induce vomiting, relieve the bowels of costiveness, expel intestinal worms, stimulate the secretion of sweat, and promote expectoration. In Malaysia, a decoction of the leaves and roots is drunk to relieve cough. In Vietnam, a decoction of about 10 g of the roots, stems and leaves is drunk to treat fever, coryza and jaundice, relieve cough, and counteract poisoning. The seeds are used to treat infected skin, mastitis and galactophoritis, heal boils and soothe inflammation. A number of Asian women living in UK use the seeds to abort a pregnancy, even though these seeds are poisonous. Note that the seeds of Abrus precatorius L. were officially used in Western medicine [Medicinal Plants: Drugs For The Future? ]

Stem:  Bark  decoction  for  stomachache,  thrush,  colds,  coughs,  sore  throat  and  asthma;  emollient; extract for cancer treatment. Stem and Leaf: In French Guiana, the stems and leaves are  mixed with the leaves, stems and roots of Zea mays for a tisane used to remedy mild inflammations  of  the  urinary  tract,  diarrhoea,  aphthae  and  hoarseness.  Leaf:  Boiled  with  leaves  of  Tamarindus  indica,  Annona  muricata  and  Lantana  camara  in  a  syrup  for  chest  colds.  Seed:  Decoction  for  chronic ulcers and ophthalmia, specifically trachoma of the conjunctiva. Root: Liquorice substitute.  CHEM:  Seed poisonous, containing the toxic abrin and abric acid. Plant extracts have been used as  an effective oral contraceptive. [Medicinal Plants of the Guianas (Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana) ]

445 Published articles of Abrus precatorius

1.    A chimeric protein of abrin and Abrus precatorius agglutinin that neutralizes abrin mediated lethality in mice Tiwari, V., S. Bagaria, and A.A. Karande, Toxicon, 2017. 127: p. 122-129.
2.    Toxicological studies and assessment of pharmacological activities of Abrus precatorius L. (Fabaceae) ethanolic leaves extract in the management of pain, p.a.n.c.a.i.-v.s.S., et al., Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 2017. 7(2): p. 207-216.
3.    Floral phenology, f.-v.i.a.p.o.A.p.L.S., Choudhury, M. Subrata, and M. Sudhendu, The International Journal of Plant Reproductive Biology, 2017. 9(1): p. 53-58.
4.    Antihyperglycemic and insulin secretagogue activities of Abrus precatorius leaf extract Umamahesh, B. and C. Veeresham, Pharmacognosy Research, 2016. 8(4): p. 303-308.
5.    Study on the chemical constituents of the mangrove associated plant Abrus precatorius L Tao, S., et al., Journal of Guangdong Pharmaceutical University, 2016. 32(4): p. 425-427.
6.    Evaluation of phytochemical properties and in-vitro antibacterial activity of the aqueous extracts of leaf, s.a.r.o.A.p.L.a.S.a.S.S., Ojo Joseph, et al., Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 2016. 6(9): p. 755-759.
7.    A new method for detoxification of Abrus precatorius (Linn): Gunja seeds Shelke, S.P. and M.K. Misal, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2016. 5(3): p. 1048-1052.
8.    THE PARADOX OF HUMAN EQUIVALENT DOSE FORMULA: A CANONICAL CASE STUDY OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS AQUEOUS LEAF EXTRACT IN MONOGASTRIC ANIMALS Saganuwan, S.A. and P.A. Onyeyili, Macedonian Veterinary Review, 2016. 39(1): p. 23-32.
9.    An Arrow Poison (Abrus Precatorius) Causing Fatal Poisoning in a Child Patil, M.M., et al., Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research, 2016. 10(3): p. SD3-SD4.
10.    Proton induced X-ray emission-based analysis of trace element composition of cotyledon derived in vitro callus culture of Abrus precatorius L.: a multimedicinal wild legume Pani, D., et al., Journal of Radioanalytical and Nuclear Chemistry, 2016. 308(1): p. 113-122.
11.    GC-MS analysis and cytotoxic activity of essential oils from the leaves of Abrus precatorius L. Gaertn Oladimeji, A.O., et al., Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Disease, 2016. 6(5): p. 372-375.
12.    The extracellular polysaccharide produced by Enterobacter spp. isolated from root nodules of Abrus precatorius L Ghosh, P.K., et al., Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 2016. 5: p. 24-29.
13.    Shodhana sanskara of Red Gunja (Abrus precatorius L.) Kernels: A Pharmaceutical Study Gautam, D.N.S., International Journal of Ayurvedic Medicine, 2016. 7(3): p. 157-159.
14.    Cell penetrating peptides from agglutinin protein of Abrus precatorius facilitate the uptake of Imatinib mesylate Behera, B., et al., Colloids and Surfaces B-Biointerfaces, 2016. 140: p. 169-175.
15.    Antifertility effects of Abrus precatorius ethanol seeds extract on female rats Agabna, N.M.E., et al., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2016. 5(5): p. 281-293.
16.    Biosorption characteristics and novel antifungal activity of Abrus precatorius seed extract Yasmin, N., et al., Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2015. 27(4): p. 1388-1390.
17.    Protective effects of Abrus precatorius leaf extract against carbon tetrachloride-induced liver injury in rats Wakawa, H.Y. and E.A. Franklyne, Journal of Natural Sciences Research, 2015. 5(8): p. 15-19.
18.    Neutraceutical herb Abrus precatorius used by Mushdhar tribe in Gorakhpur region Singh, J.N., et al., Flora and Fauna (Jhansi), 2015. 21(1): p. 21-23.
19.    Extraction and purification of beta-amylase from stems of Abrus precatorius by three phase partitioning Sagu, S.T., et al., Food Chemistry, 2015. 183: p. 144-153.
20.    Evaluation of hepato-nephro protective activity of ethanolic extract of Abrus precatorius Linn. root against paracetamol induced toxicity in Male Sprague Dawley rats Reddy, S.K. and B. Asia, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015. 4(10): p. 2500-2513.
21.    Investigation & study of pharmacognostical and phytochemical features of leaves of Abrus precatorius Linn. (Leguminosae) an unexplored medicinal plant of India Rajeshwar, T., et al., Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources, 2015. 5(3): p. 1-11.
22.    Investigation of anti-acne potential of leaves of Cassia fistula and Abrus precatorius Patel, B.S., D.J. Pandya, and P.V. Bhatt, International Journal of PharmTech Research, 2015. 8(3): p. 352-355.
23.    A preliminary study on the effect of Abrus precatorius Linn on reproductive parameters in female Rattus norvegicus, W.s.O., I. H., O.O. Ebong, and A.W. Obianime, European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 2015. 7(3): p. 156-166.
24.    Phytochemical analysis and in vitro anticancer effect of aqueous extract of Abrus precatorius Linn Lebri, M., et al., Der Pharma Chemica, 2015. 7(8): p. 112-117.
25.    Phytochemical analysis and acute toxicity evalutation via oral exposure in rats of total aqueous extract from leaves of Abrus precatorius Linn (Fabaceae) Lebri, M., et al., International Journal of Biological and Chemical Sciences, 2015. 9(3): p. 1470-1476.
26.    Effect of methanol extract of Abrus precatorius leaves on male Wistar albino rats induced liver damage using carbon tetrachloride (CCl4) Ikechukwu, U.R., et al., Journal of Biological Sciences, 2015. 15(3): p. 116-123.
27.    Production and metabolism of IAA by Enterobacter spp. (Gammaproteobacteria) isolated from root nodules of a legume Abrus precatorius L Ghosh, P.K., S.K. Sen, and T.K. Maiti, Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 2015. 4(3): p. 296-303.
28.    Ascorbic acid production in root, n.a.E.s.G.i.f.r.n.o.t.l.A.p.L.G., Pallab Kumar, T.K. De, and T.K. Maiti, Biocatalysis and Agricultural Biotechnology, 2015. 4(2): p. 127-134.
29.    Cow urine potential to remove seed dormancy of Abrus precatorius L Garaniya, N.H. and A.H. Bapodra, Indian Forester, 2015. 141(3): p. 342-343.
30.    Synthesis, c.a.e.o.s.n.t.l.o.A.p.L.a.i.m.p.G., Bhumi and S. Nataru, Applied Nanoscience, 2015. 5(1): p. 99-104.
31.    Multicoloured seed coat and flower in Abrus precatorius (Leguminosae), I.B., N. and K. Rajendiran, Current Science, 2015. 109(4): p. 682-684.
32.    In silico comparative molecular docking study and analysis of glycyrrhizin from Abrus precatorius (L.) against antidiabetic activity Amita, J. and P.P. Gupta, European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 2015. 6(4): p. 212-222.
33.    Progress of chemical constituents and pharmacological effects in Abrus precatorius Zhang, P., C. Li, and X. Yuan, Journal of Guangdong Pharmaceutical University, 2014. 30(5): p. 654-658.
34.    alpha-Amylase Inhibitory Triterpene from Abrus precatorius Leaves Yonemoto, R., et al., Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014. 62(33): p. 8411-8414.
35.    Evaluation of Fertility Disrupting Potentials of Abrus precatorius Seed Extracts in Male Rats for Arresting Spermatogenesis and Suppressed Fertility In Vivo Talukder, S., et al., Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 2014. 34(1): p. 18-23.
36.    Evaluation of fertility disrupting potentials of Abrus precatorius seed extracts in male rats for arresting spermatogenesis and suppressed fertility in vivo Saranika, T., et al., Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 2014. 34(1): p. 18-23.
37.    Abrus precatorius Leaves: Antioxidant Activity in Food and Biological Systems, p., and Temperature Stability Reddy Palvai, Vanitha, S. Mahalingu, and A. Urooj, International journal of medicinal chemistry, 2014. 2014: p. 748549-748549.
38.    Antioxidant and Free Radical Scavenging Capacity of Seed and Shell Essential Oils Extracted from Abrus precatorius (L) Okoh, S.O., et al., Antioxidants (Basel, Switzerland), 2014. 3(2): p. 278-87.
39.    DIFFERENT EFFECTS OF THE LEAVES AND SEEDS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS ON FEMALE FERTILITY AND REPRODUCTIVE BEHAVIORS IN THE RAT Ogbuehi, I., O. Ebong, and A. Obianime, Basic & Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology, 2014. 115: p. 239-239.
40.    Potentials of non-edible Abrus precatorius seed oil towards biodiesel production Obeta, J.C., et al., African Journal of Biotechnology, 2014. 13(44): p. 4226-4235.
41.    New pyridinium alkaloid from the seed extracts of Abrus precatorius Nwodo, N.J. and O.F.C. Nwodo, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(1): p. 99-101.
42.    Effect of solvent, t., pH and time on extraction process of anti thiamine factor present in leaves of Abrus precatorius Linn Mitra, P. K., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(3): p. 4816-4824.
43.    Effect of some pre-sowing scarification treatment on water uptake and germination of Abrus precatorius L. (Ratti) Maynak, N., et al., Research Journal of Seed Science, 2014. 7(1): p. 14-20.
44.    Abrus precatorius, P.l.s.p.a.-a.c.s.K., M., R. Dhanalakshmi, and N. Nandhini, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(8): p. 679-687.
45.    Effect of Gunja (Abrus precatorius Linn.) seed powder on organs by acute toxicity study Karpurashetti, N.B., S.K. Hiremath, and B.S. Unger, Pharma Science Monitor, 2014. 5(1): p. 147-150.
46.    Antibacterial Efficacy of Abrus precatorius L. and Asystasia gangetica (L.) T. Anderson Janakiraman, N., et al., Anti-Infective Agents, 2014. 12(2): p. 165-170.
47.    GC-MS analysis and antimicrobial activity of Abrus precatorius L Hussain, A.Z. and S. Kumaresan, Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology Research, 2014. 4(5): p. 24-30.
48.    Antitrypanosomal isoflavan quinones from Abrus precatorius Hata, Y., et al., Fitoterapia, 2014. 93: p. 81-87.
49.    Phytopharmacological study of red, w.a.b.v.o.A.p.L.G., N. H., A.H. Bapodra, and K.D. Ladva, International Letters of Natural Sciences, 2014. 9: p. 1-11.
50.    Ethno botanical and Phytophrmacological potential of Abrus precatorius L.: A review Garaniya, N. and A. Bapodra, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 2014. 4(Suppl. 1): p. S27-S34.
51.    Detoxification of Abrus precatorius L. seeds by Ayurvedic Shodhana process and anti-inflammatory potential of the detoxified extract Dhoble, S.B. and A.S. Majumdar, Journal of Ayurveda and integrative medicine, 2014. 5(3): p. 154-61.
52.    Abrus precatorius L. - an important medicinal plant: a review Chandraker, S.K. and N. Sharma, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Bio-Science, 2014. 3(4): p. 657-670.
53.    Abrus precatorius agglutinin-derived peptides induce ROS-dependent mitochondrial apoptosis through JNK and Akt/P38/P53 pathways in HeLa cells Behera, B., et al., Chemico-Biological Interactions, 2014. 222: p. 97-105.
54.    Biochemical analysis and antitumour effect of Abrus precatorius agglutinin derived peptides in Ehrlich's ascites and B16 melanoma mice tumour model Behera, B., et al., Environmental Toxicology and Pharmacology, 2014. 38(1): p. 288-296.
55.    Phytochemical investigation and characterization of abrin protein with gel electrophoresis from seeds of Abrus precatorius Vikas, S., et al., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2013. 2(4): p. 924-937.
56.    Cytotoxic and pro-apoptotic effects of Abrus precatorius L. on human metastatic breast cancer cell line, M.-M.-S., Mohammed Shafi, et al., Cytotechnology, 2013. 65(3): p. 407-417.
57.    Cytotoxic and pro-apoptotic effects of Abrus precatorius L. on human metastatic breast cancer cell line, M.-M.-S.S., Mohammed, et al., Cytotechnology, 2013. 65(3): p. 407-17.
58.    Comparative physico-chemical profile of Gunja (Abrus precatorius Linn.) seeds processed through water and Nimbu Swarasa (lemon juice) Roy, S., R. Acharya, and V.J. Shukla, Ayu, 2013. 34(4): p. 411-6.
59.    Flower development in Abrus precatorius (Leguminosae: Papilionoideae: Abreae) and a review of androecial characters in Papilionoideae Prenner, G., South African Journal of Botany, 2013. 89: p. 210-218.
60.    Lipid peroxidation, H.O.c., and antioxidants during acclimatization of Abrus precatorius to ex vitro conditions Perveen, S., M. Anis, and I.M. Aref, Biologia Plantarum, 2013. 57(3): p. 417-424.
61.    Chemical analysis of leaves of Abrus precatorius Paul, E.D., et al., International Journal of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 2013. 5(5): p. 65-67.
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64.    Assessing mutagenicity of methanolic exteract of Abrus precatorius seeds using Ames bioassay Moosavi, M., et al., Journal of Medical Sciences (Pakistan), 2013. 13(2): p. 118-123.
65.    Molecular analysis of variability among genotypes of Abrus precatorius L. with different seed coat colours using RAPD and ISSR markers Mathur, P., et al., Indian Journal of Biotechnology, 2013. 12(2): p. 273-276.
66.    Anti-inflammatory activity of methanol extract fractions of Abrus precatorius leaves Khadse, C.D., R.B. Kakde, and A.V. Chandewar, International Journal of PharmTech Research, 2013. 5(3): p. 1426-1433.
67.    Antiprotozoal Isoflavan Quinones from Abrus precatorius ssp africanus Hata, Y., et al., Planta Medica, 2013. 79(6): p. 492-498.
68.    Antiprotozoal isoflavan quinones from Abrus precatorius Hata, Y., et al., Planta Medica, 2013. 79(13): p. 1107-1107.
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71.    GC-MS analysis of petroleum ether and ethanol leaf extracts from Abrus precatorius Linn Gnanavel, V. and A.M. Saral, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2013. 4(3): p. P-37-P-44.
72.    Effective detoxification of Abrus precatorius Linn. seeds by Shodhana Barve, K.H. and N. Ojha, Journal of Ayurveda and integrative medicine, 2013. 4(2): p. 82-5.
73.    Anti-oogenic evaluation of seed extract of Abrus precatorius L. in Swiss albino mice Arora, A., International Research Journal of Biological Sciences, 2013. 2(6): p. 27-30.
74.    Analysis of phytochemical constituents and pharmacological properties of Abrus precatorius L Abhilasha, S. and K. Kuntal, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2013. 4(1): p. P-91-P-101.
75.    A New Triterpenoid Saponin from Abrus precatorius Linn Xiao, Z.-H., et al., Molecules, 2012. 17(1): p. 295-302.
76.    A new flavanone glucoside from Abrus precatorius Xiao, Z., et al., Chemistry of Natural Compounds, 2012. 48(4): p. 565-567.
77.    Effect of petroleum ether and ethanol fractions of seeds of Abrus precatorius on androgenic alopecia Upadhyay, S., et al., Revista Brasileira De Farmacognosia-Brazilian Journal of Pharmacognosy, 2012. 22(2): p. 359-363.
78.    Comparative assessment on the nutritional and antinutritional attributes of the underutilized legumes, C.g.J.D., Erythrina indica Lam. and Abrus precatorius L Tresina, P. S. and V.R. Mohan, Tropical and Subtropical Agroecosystems, 2012. 15(3): p. 539-556.
79.    Antibacterial activity of Abrus precatorius L. and Rhinacanthus nasutus (L.) Kurz var. nasutus Shunmugapriya, K. and V.R. Mohan, Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 2012. 36(2): p. 330-335.
80.    Anticonvulsant activity of ethanolic extract of Abrus precatorius leaves Shenoy, A., et al., Advance Research in Pharmaceuticals and Biologicals, 2012. 2(1): p. 53-61.
81.    Potentiality of hair growth promoting activity of aqueous extract of Abrus precatorius Linn. on Wistar albino rats Sandhya, S., et al., Journal of Natural Remedies, 2012. 12(1): p. 1-11.
82.    Haematonic and plasma expander effects of aqueous leaf extract of Abrus precatorius in Mus musculus Saganuwan, S.A. and P.A. Onyeyili, Comparative Clinical Pathology, 2012. 21(6): p. 1249-1255.
83.    A comparative antibacterial evaluation of raw and processed Gunja (Abrus precatorius Linn.) seeds Roy, S., et al., Ancient science of life, 2012. 32(1): p. 20-3.
84.    Establishment of cell suspension culture and plant regeneration in Abrus precatorius L., a.r.m.p.R., M. S., et al., Notulae Scientia Biologicae, 2012. 4(1): p. 86-93.
85.    Antitrypanosomal potentials of the extract and fractions of Abrus precatorius seeds Nwodo, N.J. and O.F.C. Nwodo, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 2012. 5(11): p. 857-861.
86.    Toxic effects of Abrus precatorius L. seeds on laboratory rats Martinez, N., et al., Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture, 2012. 24(2): p. 159-164.
87.    Chemical Constituents of Abrus precatorius L Li, L., et al., Natural Product R & D, 2012. 24(10): p. 1371-1373.
88.    Development and Validation of an HPTLC-Densitometric Method for the Estimation of Trigonelline in the Leaves of Abrus precatorius L. and Its Formulation Kumbhalkar, B.B., A.A. Rajopadhye, and A.S. Upadhye, Acta Chromatographica, 2012. 24(2): p. 263-270.
89.    Development and Validation of HPTLC-Densitometric Method for Estimation of Trigonelline in Leaves of Abrus precatorius L. and Its Formulation Kumbhalkar, B.B., A.A. Rajopadhye, and A.S. Upadhye, Acta Chromatographica, 2012. 24(3): p. 511-518.
90.    Evaluation of the antibacterial activities of the aqueous extract, a.a.f.f.A.p.L., (Fabaceae) Karamoko, O., et al., Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2012. 4(11): p. 4795-4799.
91.    Evaluation of in-vitro anthelminthic activity of the crude aqueous leaf extracts of Abrus precatorius Linn Kannan, V., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012. 5(5): p. 2767-2768.
92.    Antiprotozoal isoflavan quinones from Abrus precatorius Hata, Y., et al., Planta Medica, 2012. 78(11): p. 1277-1277.
93.    New triterpenoid glycosides from Abrus precatorius Gupta, S.P. and B.S. Chhabra, Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 2012. 89(5): p. 675-677.
94.    Effect of Abrus precatorius and Amaranthus spinosus combination treatment on fertility in male rats Gigani, Y., A. Vekaria, and S.A. Ali, Journal of pharmacology & pharmacotherapeutics, 2012. 3(3): p. 272-3.
95.    Germination deterrence of seeds of Abrus precatorius L. by the seed-borne pathogen, S.r.G., A., N.C. Chatterjee, and P.K. Pal, Journal of Mycopathological Research, 2012. 50(1): p. 115-116.
96.    Biology of Abrus precatorius L. seeds: influence of H2SO4 and GA3 on enhanced germination potential and optimization of relative humidity for safe storage Ghosh, A., A. Bhattacharjee, and P.K. Pal, Science and Culture, 2012. 78(9/10): p. 463-465.
97.    Optimization of sds-page conditions and analysis of seed protein diversity in Abrus precatorius genotypes with different seed coat colour Chittora, M. and S.D. Purohit, International Journal of Life Sciences Biotechnology and Pharma Research, 2012. 1(2): p. 268-277.
98.    Pharmacological activities of Abrus precatorius Linn. - a review Chaudhari, K.S., et al., International Journal of Ayurvedic and Herbal Medicine, 2012. 2(2): p. 336-348.
99.    Abrus precatorius L.: a medicinal plant with potential as antibacterial agent Britto, A.J.d., P.B.J.R. Kumar, and D.H.S. Gracelin, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012. 5(2): p. 1207-1209.
100.    Bio-analytical studies on the process of detoxification and safety evaluation of Aconitum laciniatum and Abrus precatorius for use in Ayurvedic preparations Bapat, S.P. and R.T. Sane, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2012. 3(3): p. 914-921.
101.    Antifertility studies on ethanolic extract of Abrus precatorius L on Swiss male albino mice Abu, S.M., et al., International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2012. 3(1): p. 288-292.
102.    Antioxidant, f.r.s.a.t.I.d.-r.e.i.p.o.t.p.J.b.A.p.L.V., Vellingiri, A. Nandety, and H.K. Biesalski, International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 2011. 46(12): p. 2505-2512.
103.    Immunomodulatory Activity of the Aqueous Extract of Seeds of Abrus precatorius Linn (Jequirity) in Mice Tilwari, A., N.P. Shukla, and U.D. Pathirissery, Iranian Journal of Immunology, 2011. 8(2): p. 96-103.
104.    Mast cell stabilizing and antiallergic activity of Abrus precatorius in the management of asthma Taur, D.J. and R.Y. Patil, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 2011. 4(1): p. 46-49.
105.    Effect of Abrus precatorius leaves on milk induced leukocytosis and eosinophilia in the management of asthma Taur, D.J. and R.Y. Patil, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 2011. 1(Suppl. 1): p. S40-S42.
106.    Investigation into effect of crude mixture of Abrus precatorius seed on hypothalamopituitary gonadal axis and development of antifertility in male rats Talukder, S., et al., Bangladesh Journal of Agricultural Research, 2011. 36(1): p. 103-109.
107.    In vivo antiplasmodial activity by aqueous extract of Abrus precatorius in mice Saganuwan, S.A., et al., Revista Latinoamericana de Quimica, 2011. 39(1/2): p. 32-44.
108.    Comparative toxicological effects of orally and intraperitoneally administered aqueous extracts of Abrus precatorius leaf in Mus musculus Saganuwan, S., P.A. Onyeyili, and A.O. Suleiman, Herba Polonica, 2011. 57(3): p. 32-44.
109.    Phytopharmacological evaluation of ethanolic extract of the seeds of Abrus precatorius Linn Rashmi, A., et al., Journal of Pharmacology and Toxicology, 2011. 6(6): p. 580-588.
110.    Cytoarchitectural Variations in the Ovary, O.a.U.F.I.-G.G.o.A.p.L.i.A.R.O., Ini-Ibehe Essien and O.E. Yama, International Journal of Morphology, 2011. 29(4): p. 1408-1413.
111.    Studies on sodhana prakriya of Gunja (Abrus precatorius Linn.) seeds Nabar, M., P.B. Pimpalgaonkar, and K.S. Laddha, Indian Journal of Traditional Knowledge, 2011. 10(4): p. 693-696.
112.    Evaluation of larvicidal activity of the leaf and seed extracts of Abrus precatorius against Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) Manimegalai, K., C.A. Annapoorani, and D. Dhanalakshmi, Plant Archives, 2011. 11(1): p. 311-313.
113.    Determination of antimigraine property of leaves extracts of Abrus precatorius by serotonergic receptor agonist activity Khainar, A.S., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(4): p. 1000-1003.
114.    Influence of fungal elicitation on glycyrrhizin production in transformed cell cultures of Abrus precatorius Linn Karwasara, V.S., P. Tomar, and V.K. Dixit, Pharmacognosy Magazine, 2011. 7(28): p. 307-313.
115.    Oxytocin influences the production of glycyrrhizin from cell cultures of Abrus precatorius Linn Karwasara, V.S., P. Tomar, and V.K. Dixit, Plant Growth Regulation, 2011. 65(2): p. 401-405.
116.    Pharmacognostical evaluation and phytochemical standardization of Abrus precatorius L. seeds Durgesh, V., et al., Natural Product Sciences, 2011. 17(1): p. 51-57.
117.    Evaluation of antiserotonergic activity of ethyl acetate extract of Abrus precatorius leaves Choudhari, A.B., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(3): p. 570-572.
118.    Studies on wound healing activity of red and block coloured seed, w.c.s.e.o.A.p.L.C., Alagesaboopathi and S. Rathinam, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2011. 2(1): p. P-312.
119.    Genetic characterization of Abrus precatorius L. varieties using SDS-PAGE Britto, A.J.d., P.B.J.R. Kumar, and D.H.S. Gracelin, Current Biotica, 2011. 5(3): p. 263-269.
120.    Crabs Eye (Abrus precatorius) Seed and Its Immunomodulatory and Antitumor Properties Bhutia, S.K. and T.K. Maiti, Nuts and Seeds in Health and Disease Prevention, 2011: p. 409-415.
121.    Immunomodulatory activity of the aqueous extract of seeds of Abrus precatorius Linn (Jequirity) in mice Anita, T., N.P. Shukla, and U.D. Pathirissery, Iranian Journal of Immunology, 2011. 8(2): p. unpaginated-unpaginated.
122.    Evaluation of antihyperlipidemic activity of ethanolic extract of Saussurae Lappa in rats Anbu, J., et al., International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2011. 2(4): p. P-550-P-556.
123.    Three pyridinium alkaloids may account for the antibiotic effect of the seed Abrus precatorius Amuta, O.P., et al., Der Chemica Sinica, 2011. 2(2): p. 42-45.
124.    Seeds of rosary pea, A.p.a.n.s.o.h.l.A., Pratush, et al., Journal of Biochemical Technology, 2011. 3(2): p. 274-279.
125.    SCREENING STUDY TO AVOID SEED LOSS IN ABRUS PRECATORIUS FROM WILD SOURCES: A CASE STUDY OF SHIWALIK HILLS Tamta, B.P. and Y. Gairola, Indian Forester, 2010. 136(12): p. 1719-1720.
126.    Effect of promoters and pretreatment with chemical on the seed germination of Abrus precatorius L Subhojit, O., M. Piyali, and K. Jagannath, Plant Archives, 2010. 10(2): p. 641-645.
127.    Biochemical effects of aequous leaf extract of Abrus precatorius (Jecquirity bean) in Swiss albino mice Saganuwan, S.A. and P.A. Onyeyili, Herba Polonica, 2010. 56(3): p. 63-80.
128.    Pharmacognostical studies on white and red forms of Abrus precatorius Linn Prathyusha, P., M.S. Subramanian, and R. Sivakumar, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 2010. 1(4): p. 476-480.
129.    ANTIOVULATORY AND ANTI-IMPLANTATION POTENTIAL OF THE METHANOLIC EXTRACT OF SEEDS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS IN THE RAT Okoko, I.-I.E., et al., Endocrine Practice, 2010. 16(4): p. 554-560.
130.    Antidiabetic effect of crude trigonelline of Abrus precatorius Linn seed in alloxan diabetic rabbits Monago, C.C. and O.F.C. Nwodo, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2010. 3(8): p. 1916-1919.
131.    HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES IN THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM OF THE FILARIAL VECTOR, C.Q.S.E.T.L.A.S.E.O.A.P.M., K., Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology, 2010. 30(1): p. 127-129.
132.    Elicitation as yield enhancement strategy for glycyrrhizin production by cell cultures of Abrus precatorius Linn Karwasara, V.S., et al., In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology - Plant, 2010. 46(4): p. 354-362.
133.    Elicitation as yield enhancement strategy for glycyrrhizin production by cell cultures of Abrus precatorius Linn Karwasara, V.S., et al., In Vitro Cellular & Developmental Biology-Plant, 2010. 46(4): p. 354-362.
134.    Attempted suicide, b.m.o.A.p.J., David H., R.S. Hoffman, and L.S. Nelson, Journal of medical toxicology : official journal of the American College of Medical Toxicology, 2010. 6(4): p. 427-30.
135.    Attempted Suicide, b.M.O.A.p.J., D. H., R.S. Hoffman, and L.S. Lewis, Clinical Toxicology, 2010. 48(3): p. 308-308.
136.    Seed extracts of a Bangladeshi medicinal plant Abrus precatorius L. show antifertility activity in female rats Hannan, M.A., M.A. Hossain, and M.T. Islam, Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine, 2010. 10(2): p. 103-110.
137.    Dormancy breaking in seeds of the Liana Abrus precatorius L Cortines, E., et al., Floresta e Ambiente, 2010. 17(2): p. 98-103.
138.    A biophysical elucidation for less toxicity of Agglutinin than Abrin-a from the Seeds of Abrus Precatorius in consequence of crystal structure Cheng, J., et al., Journal of Biomedical Science, 2010. 17.
139.    A biophysical elucidation for less toxicity of agglutinin than abrin-a from the seeds of Abrus Precatorius in consequence of crystal structure Cheng, J., et al., Journal of Biomedical Science, 2010. 17(34): p. (30 April 2010)-(30 April 2010).
140.    Abrus precatorius Linnaeus: a phytopharmacological review Attal, A.R., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2010. 3(11): p. 2585-2587.
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142.    Roles of mammalian structural units, l.c.a.p.i.t.A.p.a.a.g.r.p.W., Albert M., et al., Molecular Immunology, 2009. 46(16): p. 3427-3437.
143.    Roles of mammalian structural units, l.c.a.p.i.t.A.p.a.a.g.r.p.W., A. M., et al., Molecular Immunology, 2009. 46(16): p. 3427-3437.
144.    Functional Roles of Mammalian Structural Units, L.C.a.P.i.t.A.P.A.a.G.R.P.W., Albert M., Glycobiology, 2009. 19(11): p. 1344-1344.
145.    Abrus precatorius L. seed extracts antimicrobial properties against clinically important bacteria Varaprasad, B. and V. Varahalarao, International Journal of PharmTech Research, 2009. 1(4): p. 1115-1118.
146.    Antimicrobial Activity of Seeds of Abrus precatorius Linn Sreeramulu, J., et al., Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2009. 21(2): p. 1630-1632.
147.    Agrobacterium rhizogenes Mediated Genetic transformation of Abrus precatorius L Singh, K.V. and V.K. Dixit, Pharmacognosy Magazine, 2009. 5(20): p. 336-342.
148.    Antifertility effects of ethanolic seed extract of Abrus precatorius L. on sperm production and DNA integrity in adult male mice Sarwat, J., et al., Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 2009. 3(10): p. 809-814.
149.    Histomorphological study to evaluate anti-fertility effect of Abrus precatorius L. in adult male mice Sarwat, J., et al., Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 2009. 3(12): p. 1021-1028.
150.    Biosorption of phenolic compounds from aqueous solutions onto chitosan-abrus precatorius blended beads Kumar, N.S., et al., Journal of Chemical Technology and Biotechnology, 2009. 84(7): p. 972-981.
151.    Genetic transformation and elicitation as yield enhancement strategy for glycyrrhizin production by cell cultures of Abrus precatorius L Karwasara, V.S. and V.K. Dixit, New Biotechnology, 2009. 25: p. S308-S308.
152.    Histomorphological study to evaluate anti-fertility effect of Abrus precatorius L. in adult male mice Jahan, S., et al., Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 2009. 3(12): p. 1021-1028.
153.    Antifertility effects of ethanolic seed extract of Abrus precatorius L. on sperm production and DNA integrity in adult male mice Jahan, S., et al., Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 2009. 3(10): p. 809-814.
154.    Callus induction of Abrus precatorius: screening of phytohormones Hassan, M.M., et al., American-Eurasian Journal of Sustainable Agriculture, 2009. 3(3): p. 512-518.
155.    Effect of extract of Abrus precatorius on blood glucose concentration of alloxan induced diabetic Albino Wistar Rats Georgewill, O.A. and U.O. Georgewill, Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 2009. 2(6): p. 16-17.
156.    2ZR1: Agglutinin from Abrus Precatorius Cheng, J., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2009.
157.    Genetic diversity analysis in Abrus precatorius Veena, G., International Journal of Plant Sciences (Muzaffarnagar), 2008. 3(2): p. 372-375.
158.    An unusual manifestation of Abrus precatorius poisoning: A report of two cases Subrahmanyan, D., J. Mathew, and M. Raj, Clinical Toxicology, 2008. 46(2): p. 173-175.
159.    Studies on cytotoxicity and antitumor screening of red and white forms of Abrus precatorius L Sivakumar, R. and C. Alagesaboopathi, African Journal of Biotechnology, 2008. 7(22): p. 3984-3988.
160.    Acute demyelinating encephalitis due to Abrus precatorius poisoning - complete recovery after steroid therapy Sahoo, R., et al., Clinical Toxicology, 2008. 46(10): p. 1071-1073.
161.    Hypoglycemic and hypolipidemic effects of aqueous extracts of Abrus precatorius Linn seeds in streptozotocin-induced diabetic Wistar rats Nwanjo, H.U., Journal of Herbs, Spices & Medicinal Plants, 2008. 14(1-2): p. 68-76.
162.    Hormonal effect on callus induction of Abrus precatorius L., a.w.u.m.p.H., Md Maruf, et al., Journal of Biotechnology, 2008. 136: p. S162-S162.
163.    The in-vitro antimicrobial activity of Abrus precatorius (L) fabaceae extract on some clinical pathogens Adelowotan, O., et al., The Nigerian postgraduate medical journal, 2008. 15(1): p. 32-7.
164.    Activity-directed-fractionation and isolation of four antibacterial compounds from Abrus precatorius L. roots (Retracted article. See vol 23, p., 2009) Zore, G. B., et al., Natural Product Research, 2007. 21(9): p. 838-845.
165.    Activity-directed fractionation and isolation of four antibacterial compounds from Abrus precatorius L. roots Zore, G.B., et al., Natural Product Research, 2007. 21(10): p. 933-940.
166.    Evaluation of red and white seed extracts of Abrus precatorius Linn. against freund's complete adjuvant induced arthritis in rats Sudaroli, M. and T.K. Chatterjee, Journal of Medicinal Plants Research, 2007. 1(4): p. 86-94.
167.    Evaluation of anti-inflammatory properties of various forms of Abrus precatorius L Sivakumar, R. and C. Alagesaboopathi, Journal of Phytological Research, 2007. 20(2): p. 207-213.
168.    Phytochemical studies on the red and white forms of Abrus precatorius L Sivakumar, R. and C. Alagesaboopathi, Advances in Plant Sciences, 2007. 20(2): p. 413-416.
169.    Polysaccharide structure of degraded glucomannan from Abrus precatorius Linn. seeds Singh, R.B. and Shelley, Journal of Environmental Biology, 2007. 28(2): p. 461-464.
170.    Traditional uses of Abrus precatorius (Gunja) Singh, J., et al., Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences, 2007. 29(2A): p. 94-101.
171.    Acute demyelinating encephalitis after jequirity pea ingestion (Abrus precatorius) Sahni, V., et al., Clinical Toxicology, 2007. 45(1): p. 77-79.
172.    Comparative evaluation of protein quality of raw and differentially processed seeds of an under-utilized food legume, A.p.L.P., M., V. Vadivel, and P. Janaki, Livestock Research for Rural Development, 2007. 19(11): p. 168-168.
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174.    Variability and correlation studies in Abrus precatorius for plant improvement Jotshi, P.N., et al., Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants, 2007. 8(1): p. 55-60.
175.    In vitro propagation of Abrus precatorius L. - A rare medicinal plant of Chittagong Hill Tracts Biswas, A., et al., Plant Tissue Culture & Biotechnology, 2007. 17(1): p. 59-64.
176.    2Q3N: Agglutinin from Abrus Precatorius (APA-I) Bagaria, A., et al., Worldwide Protein Data Bank, 2007.
177.    Studies on the toxicity of an aqueous extract of the leaves of Abrus precatorius in rats Adedapo, A.A., O.A. Omoloye, and O.G. Ohore, Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 2007. 74(1): p. 31-36.
178.    Antimicrobial activity of two different forms of Abrus precatorius L Sivakumar, R. and C. Alagesaboopathi, Advances in Plant Sciences, 2006. 19(2): p. 409-413.
179.    Abrus precatorius extracts act as chemopreventive and antioxidant potential against N-nitrosodiethylamine induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats Kartik, R., et al., Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2006. 21: p. A173-A174.
180.    Glycyrrhizin production in crown gall of Abrus precatorius L. (Indian liquorice) Jain, R., M. Chaturvedi, and V.K. Dixit, Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2006. 58: p. A55-A55.
181.    Conservation status of wild medicinal plants in Satpura plateau of Madhya Pradesh. I. Abrus precatorius L., A.c.L.f.W., Acacia concinna (Willd) DC, Acanthospermum hispidum DC., and Achyranthes aspera L Chaubey, O. P., P.K. Shukla, and S. Jyoti, Vaniki Sandesh, 2006. 30(1): p. 24-27.
182.    Structure-function analysis and insights into the reduced toxicity of Abrus precatorius agglutinin I in relation to abrin Bagaria, A., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2006. 281(45): p. 34465-34474.
183.    Abrus precatorius, G.-.-a.a.p.p.V., A. D. B., A.A. Raut, and R.A. Vaidya, The Journal of the Association of Physicians of India, 2005. 53: p. 739-740.
184.    Immunomodulatory role of native and heat denatured agglutinin from Abrus precatorius Tripathi, S. and T.K. Maiti, International Journal of Biochemistry & Cell Biology, 2005. 37(2): p. 451-462.
185.    Seed germination and seedling growth of Abrus precatorius Linn Saikia, N. and S.C. Nath, Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 2005. 29(2): p. 352-355.
186.    Poisoning due to white seed variety of Abrus precatorius Pillay, V.V., et al., The Journal of the Association of Physicians of India, 2005. 53: p. 317-9.
187.    Antidiabetic effect of chloroform-methanol extract of Abrus precatorius linn seed in alloxan diabetic rabbit Monago, C.C. and E.O. Alumanah, Journal of Applied Sciences and Environmental Management, 2005. 9(1): p. 85-88.
188.    Increase in cytokinin level induce inhibition of root growth in Abrus precatorius Linn. seedlings Kaur, S. and A.K. Jain, Advances in Plant Sciences, 2005. 18(1): p. 295-297.
189.    Novel isoflavone from the wild leguminous seeds of Abrus precatorius Garg, H.K. and A. Rajiv, Flora and Fauna (Jhansi), 2005. 11(1): p. 107-108.
190.    Polysaccharides from the seeds mucilage of a medicinal plant, A.p.S., R. B., Shelley, and M.M. Goyal, Bionotes, 2004. 6(2): p. 58-58.
191.    Abrus precatorius poisoning in dairy cattle - a case report Rajkumar, K., A. Abiramy, and V.N. Rao, Indian Journal of Veterinary Medicine, 2004. 24(1): p. 61-62.
192.    Experimental Abrus precatorius poisoning in guineapig Pathak, D.C. and S.M. Tamuli, Indian Veterinary Journal, 2004. 81(6): p. 729-730.
193.    Antitubercular and antiplasmodial constituents of Abrus precatorius Limmatvapirat, C., S. Sirisopanaporn, and P. Kittakoop, Planta Medica, 2004. 70(3): p. 276-278.
194.    Stimulation of murine macrophages by native and heat-denatured lectin from Abrus precatorius Tripathi, S. and T.K. Maiti, International Immunopharmacology, 2003. 3(3): p. 375-381.
195.    Efficiency of heat denatured lectins from Abrus precatorius as immunoadjuvants Tripathi, S. and T.K. Maiti, Food and Agricultural Immunology, 2003. 15(3-4): p. 279-287.
196.    Sinorhizobium indiaense sp nov and Sinorhizobium abri sp nov isolated from tropical legumes, S.r.a.A.p., respectively Ogasawara, M., et al., Symbiosis, 2003. 34(1): p. 53-68.
197.    Mycotoxic effect of Abrus precatorius and Rauvolfia tetraphylla root extracts on the growth of Colletotrichum capsici Kumaran, R.S. and B. Kannabiran, Czech Mycology, 2003. 55(1-2): p. 51-56.
198.    Tritetpenoid saponin from Abrus precatorius (Fabaceae) Anam, E.M., Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry Including Medicinal Chemistry, 2003. 42(2): p. 386-389.
199.    A new biologically active flavonol glycoside from the seeds of Abrus precatorius Linn Yadava, R.N. and V.M.S. Reddy, Journal of Asian Natural Products Research, 2002. 4(2): p. 103-107.
200.    Immunopotentiating activity of abrin, a.l.f.A.p.L.R., V., G. Kuttan, and R. Kuttan, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2002. 40(8): p. 910-913.
201.    New triterpenoids from the leaves of Abrus precatorius Kim, N.C., D. Kim, and A.D. Kinghorn, Natural Product Letters, 2002. 16(4): p. 261-266.
202.    Carbohydrate specificity of a toxic lectin, a.A., from the seeds of Abrus precatorius (jequirity bean) Wu, A. M., et al., Life Sciences, 2001. 69(17): p. 2027-2038.
203.    X-ray crystal structure analysis of the Abrus precatorius agglutinin Lu, T.H., et al., Biophysical Journal, 2001. 80(1): p. 296A-296A.
204.    Stem-node-leaf continuum in Abrus precatorius Linn Khorwal, R.N., M. Sharma, and K.C. Sharma, Journal of Phytological Research, 2001. 14(2): p. 113-120.
205.    Poisoning due to Abrus precatorius (jequirity bean) Fernando, C., Anaesthesia, 2001. 56(12): p. 1178-1180.
206.    Anti-inflammatory activity of compounds isolated from the aerial parts of Abrus precatorius (Fabaceae) Anam, E.M., Phytomedicine, 2001. 8(1): p. 24-27.
207.    In vitro response of explants of Abrus precatorius in different media Alka, N., K. Sanjeev, and P.S. Srivastava, Journal of Tropical Medicinal Plants, 2001. 2(1): p. 57-65.
208.    Identification of a novel protein adjuvant isolated from Abrus precatorius Suryakala, S., et al., Food and Agricultural Immunology, 2000. 12(1): p. 87-96.
209.    Crystallization of agglutinin from the seeds of Abrus precatorius Panneerselvam, K., et al., Acta Crystallographica Section D-Biological Crystallography, 2000. 56: p. 898-899.
210.    Primary structure and function analysis of the Abrus precatorius agglutinin A chain by site-directed mutagenesis - Pro(199) of amphiphilic alpha-helix H impairs protein synthesis inhibitory activity Liu, C., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 2000. 275(3): p. 1897-1901.
211.    Effect of molluscicidal components of Abrus precatorius, A.m.a.N.i.o.c.b.p.o.L.a.S., S. and D.K. Singh, Phytotherapy Research, 1999. 13(3): p. 210-213.
212.    Molluscicidal activity of Abrus precatorius Linn. and Argemone mexicana Linn Singh, S. and D.K. Singh, Chemosphere, 1999. 38(14): p. 3319-3328.
213.    A new isoflavone from the roots of Abrus precatorius Saxena, V.K. and D.N. Sharma, Fitoterapia, 1999. 70(3): p. 328-329.
214.    Comparative study of processed (Shodhit) and unprocessed seeds of 'Gunja' - Abrus precatorius L Gautam, D.N.S., P.N. Singh, and M. Shanta, Natural Product Sciences, 1999. 5(3): p. 127-133.
215.    Effect of alkaloid abrine, i.f.A.p.L.s.o.m.b., Maconellicoccus hirsutus green Anitha, B., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1999. 37(4): p. 415-417.
216.    Histochemical localization of glycoconjugates on microglial cells in Alzheimer's disease brain samples by using Abrus precatorius, M.a., Momordica charantia, and Sambucus nigra lectins Zambenedetti, P., R. Giordano, and P. Zatta, Experimental Neurology, 1998. 153(1): p. 167-171.
217.    Abruquinone A, B., D,E,F and G from the root of Abrus precatorius Song, C. Q. and Z.B. Hu, Acta Botanica Sinica, 1998. 40(8): p. 734-739.
218.    Effect of shodhana on the toxicity of abrus precatorius Singh, G.D., R. Banerji, and S. Mahrotra, Ancient science of life, 1998. 18(2): p. 127-9.
219.    Saponins and C-glycosyl flavones from the seeds of Abrus precatorius Ma, C.M., N. Nakamura, and M. Hattori, Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 1998. 46(6): p. 982-987.
220.    The effect of pH on the unfolding pathway and stability of ribosome-inactivating protein abrin-II isolated from Abrus precatorius Jayarapu, K., P.K. Das, and S.K. Podder, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology International, 1998. 46(2): p. 415-424.
221.    Cross-immunity by the seeds of Abrus precatorius and Ricinus communis in cattle Tokarnia, C.H. and J. Dobereiner, Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 1997. 17(1): p. 25-35.
222.    Spectroscopic analysis of the cytoagglutinating activity of abrin-b isolated from Abrus precatorius seeds against leukemic cells Ohba, H., et al., Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 1997. 61(4): p. 737-739.
223.    Abrus precatorius - a prospective herbal contraceptive Jain, S.K., Vaniki Sandesh, 1997. 21(1): p. 25-27.
224.    Experimental poisoning by the seeds of Abrus precatorius (Leg Papilionoideae) in rabbits Tokarnia, C.H., et al., Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 1996. 16(4): p. 107-116.
225.    Experimental poisoning by the seeds of Abrus precatorius (Leg. Papilionoideae) in rabbits Tokarnia, C.H., et al., Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 1996. 16(4): p. 107-116.
226.    Abrusoside E, a.f.s.-t.c.g.f.t.l.o.A.p.K., E. J., et al., Phytochemistry, 1996. 41(5): p. 1381-1383.
227.    Experimental poisoning by the seeds of Abrus precatorius (Leg. Papilionoideae) in sheep Brito, M.D.F., A.G. Armien, and C.H. Tokarnia, Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 1996. 16(2-3): p. 59-66.
228.    Experimental poisoning of sheep with seeds of the leguminous plant Abrus precatorius Brito, M.d.F., A.G. Armien, and C.H. Tokarnia, Pesquisa Veterinaria Brasileira, 1996. 16(2/3): p. 59-66.
229.    A SHEEP HYDATID CYST GLYCOPROTEIN AS RECEPTORS FOR 3 TOXIC LECTINS, A.W.A.A.-P.A.R.-C.A.W., A. M., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-General Subjects, 1995. 1243(1): p. 124-128.
230.    A SHEEP HYDATID CYST GLYCOPROTEIN AS RECEPTORS FOR 3 TOXIC LECTINS, A.W.A.A.-P.A.R.-C.A.V., PG 124, 1995) Wu, A. M., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-General Subjects, 1995. 1244(1): p. 243-243.
231.    INHIBITION OF PLASMA EXTRAVASATION BY ABRUQUINONE-A, A.N.I.I.F.A.-P.W., J. P., et al., European Journal of Pharmacology, 1995. 273(1-2): p. 73-81.
232.    POTENT ANTIPLATELET, A.A.A.I.F.T.R.O.A.-P.K., S. C., et al., Planta Medica, 1995. 61(4): p. 307-312.
233.    A NEW CRYSTAL FORM OF ABRIN-A FROM THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Tahirov, T.H.O., et al., Journal of Molecular Biology, 1994. 235(3): p. 1152-1153.
234.    Defining the carbohydrate specificities of Abrus precatorius agglutinin Wu, A.M., et al., FASEB Journal, 1993. 7(7): p. A1250-A1250.
235.    DEFINING THE CARBOHYDRATE SPECIFICITIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Wu, A.M., et al., Faseb Journal, 1993. 7(7): p. A1250-A1250.
236.    Path analysis for lethality in gamma irradiated population of Indian liquorice (Abrus precatorius L.) Viswanathan, T.V., K.P. Sunil, and R. Sujatha, South Indian Horticulture, 1993. 41(2): p. 101-105.
237.    BINDING OF SACCHARIDES TO ABRIN-B ISOLATED FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Ohba, H., et al., Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 1993. 57(9): p. 1409-1413.
238.    THE COMPLETE AMINO-ACID-SEQUENCES OF THE B-CHAINS OF ABRIN-A AND ABRIN-B, T.P.F.T.S.O.A.-P.K., M., T. Sumizawa, and G. Funatsu, Bioscience Biotechnology and Biochemistry, 1993. 57(1): p. 166-169.
239.    RIBOSOME-INACTIVATING PROTEINS AND AGGLUTININS FROM CALLUS AND SUSPENSION-CULTURES OF RICINUS-COMMUNIS L AND ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L Dsilva, I., C.S. Vaidyanathan, and S.K. Podder, Plant Science, 1993. 94(1-2): p. 161-172.
240.    Defining carbohydrate specificity of Abrus precatorius agglutinin as T (Gal)1 fwdarw 3GalNAc) greater than I/II (Gal-beta- fwdarw 3(4)GlcNAc) Wu, A.M., et al., Glycobiology, 1992. 2(5): p. 465-465.
241.    DEFINING THE CARBOHYDRATE SPECIFICITIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ AS T GAL-BETA-1-FAR3-GALNAC GREATER I-II GAL-BETA-1-3-4GLCNAC Wu, A.M., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1992. 267(27): p. 19130-19139.
242.    DEFINING THE CARBOHYDRATE SPECIFICITIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ AS T (GAL-BETA-1- 3GALNAC) GREATER-THAN I/II (GAL-BETA-1- 3/4GLCNAC) Wu, A.M., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1992. 267(27): p. 19130-19139.
243.    STUDIES ON THE BINDING PROPERTY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ REVEALS SPECIFIC FOR T GAL-BETA-1-3GALNAC GREATER THAN I-II GAL-BETA-1-34GLCNAC Wu, A.M., et al., Journal of Cellular Biochemistry Supplement, 1992(16 PART D): p. 151-151.
244.    Chemical investigations of white seeded variety of Abrus precatorius Linn Saeedan, B., Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1992. 35(7-8): p. 270-271.
245.    THE CHEMICAL-COMPOSITION AND NUTRITIONAL POTENTIAL OF THE TRIBAL PULSE, A.-P.L.R., N. and K. Janardhanan, Plant Foods for Human Nutrition, 1992. 42(4): p. 285-290.
246.    TOXICOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND CASSIA SENNA IN THE DIET OF LOHMANN BROILER CHICKS Omer, S.A., et al., Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 1992. 34(4): p. 310-313.
247.    Effect of soaking the seed tegument of Abrus precatorius L. on embryo growth Monte Prazeres, S.d., G.D. Alves, and M.C.d. Alencar Barbosa, Boletim do Museu de Biologia Mello Leitao, 1992(1): p. 97-101.
248.    Insecticidal substances from in vivo and in vitro tissue culture of Abrus precatorius L Kaushik, P. and P. Khanna, Advances in Plant Sciences, 1992. 5(2): p. 464-469.
249.    BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF SOME ISOLATED ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L ALKALOIDS TOWARDS TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE KOCH Dimetry, N.Z., et al., Anzeiger Fur Schadlingskunde Pflanzenschutz Umweltschutz, 1992. 65(5): p. 99-101.
250.    SPERM ANTIMOTILITY PROPERTIES OF A SEED EXTRACT OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Ratnasooriya, W.D., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1991. 33(1-2): p. 85-90.
251.    STUDIES ON ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS .2. ANTIDIARRHEAL ACTIVITY Nwodo, O.F.C. and E.O. Alumanah, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1991. 31(3): p. 395-398.
252.    STUDIES ON ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS .1. UTEROTONIC ACTIVITY OF SEED OIL Nwodo, O.F.C., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1991. 31(3): p. 391-394.
253.    STUDIES ON LEGUMINOUS PLANTS .19. A NEW SAPOGENOL AND OTHER CONSTITUENTS IN ABRI SEMEN, T.S.O.A.-P.L.K., J., et al., Chemical & Pharmaceutical Bulletin, 1991. 39(1): p. 116-119.
254.    PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 3 TOXINS AND 2 AGGLUTININS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEED BY USING LACTAMYL-SEPHAROSE AFFINITY-CHROMATOGRAPHY Hegde, R., T.K. Maiti, and S.K. Podder, Analytical Biochemistry, 1991. 194(1): p. 101-109.
255.    Feeding deterrent effects of various extracts of the bead tree, A.p., seeds towards Spodoptera littoralis (Boisd.) Dimetry, N. Z. and E.F. Abdalla, Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series, 1991(17): p. 85-92.
256.    EFFECT OF STEROIDAL FRACTION OF SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LINN ON RAT TESTIS Sinha, S. and R.S. Mathur, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1990. 28(8): p. 752-756.
257.    POSTTESTICULAR ANTIFERTILITY EFFECTS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEED EXTRACT IN ALBINO-RATS Sinha, R., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1990. 28(2): p. 173-181.
258.    TERATOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS IN RATS Sethi, N., D. Nath, and R.K. Singh, Fitoterapia, 1990. 61(1): p. 61-63.
259.    The role of Abrus precatorius alkaloid on settling, r.a.d.i.T.u.K.R., A. S., et al., Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor, 1990. 28(4): p. 2643-2653.
260.    FLAVONOIDS FROM PLANT PARTS AND TISSUE CULTURES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L Kaushik, P., Vegetos, 1990. 3(2): p. 135-138.
261.    TOXICITY OF SOME COMPOUNDS ISOLATED FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L SEEDS TOWARDS THE 2-SPOTTED SPIDER-MITE TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE KOCH Dimetry, N.Z., et al., Acarologia, 1990. 31(4): p. 361-366.
262.    TOXICITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS IN NUBIAN GOATS Barri, M.E.S., et al., Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 1990. 32(6): p. 541-545.
263.    THE INTERACTION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ WITH SACCHARIDES AS ANALYZED BY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY Yamasaki, N., N. Absar, and G. Funatsu, Journal of Biochemistry, 1989. 105(5): p. 708-711.
264.    ACTIVITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L EXTRACTS AND COMPOUNDS ISOLATED ON ORIENTATION AND OVIPOSITION BEHAVIOR OF THE 2-SPOTTED SPIDER-MITE TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE KOCH Reda, A.S., et al., Journal of Applied Entomology-Zeitschrift Fur Angewandte Entomologie, 1989. 107(4): p. 395-400.
265.    8-C-GLUCOSYLSCUTELLAREIN 6, -.D.E.A.I.-O.-A.F.A.-P.M., K. R., et al., Phytochemistry, 1989. 28(1): p. 299-301.
266.    TOXICITY OF DIFFERENT ISOTOXINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS IN CELLS AND IN A CELL FREE SYSTEM Jung, K.H., Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Archives of Pharmacology, 1989. 339(SUPPL): p. R42-R42.
267.    POTENTIAL SWEETENING AGENTS OF PLANT-ORIGIN .21. ABRUSOSIDES-A-D, N.S.-T.T.G.F.T.L.O.A.-P.C., Y. H., et al., Journal of Natural Products, 1989. 52(5): p. 1118-1127.
268.    ACTIVITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L EXTRACTS AGAINST THE 2-SPOTTED SPIDER-MITE TETRANYCHUS-URTICAE KOCH (ACARI, T.A., S. A. A., A.S. Reda, and N.Z. Dimetry, Acarologia, 1989. 30(3): p. 209-215.
269.    STATES AND ROLES OF TRYPTOPHAN RESIDUES IN ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Yamasaki, N., N. Absar, and G. Funatsu, Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1988. 52(2): p. 569-575.
270.    STRUCTURAL-ANALYSES OF SUGAR CHAINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Kimura, Y., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, 1988. 966(1): p. 160-167.
271.    STRUCTURES OF SUGAR CHAINS OF ABRIN A OBTAINED FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Kimura, Y., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, 1988. 966(1): p. 150-159.
272.    PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CONSTITUENT POLYPEPTIDE-CHAINS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Islam, M.R. and G. Funatsu, Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1988. 52(5): p. 1217-1222.
273.    INVESTIGATION OF FLAVONOIDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Gengaihi-El, S., et al., Herba Hungarica, 1988. 27(1): p. 27-34.
274.    THE COMPLETE AMINO-ACID SEQUENCE OF THE A-CHAIN OF ABRIN-A, A.T.P.F.T.S.O.A.-P.F., G., et al., Agricultural and Biological Chemistry, 1988. 52(4): p. 1095-1097.
275.    Investigation of flavonoids of Abrus precatorius L El-Gengaihi, S., et al., Herba Hungarica, 1988. 27(1): p. 27-33.
276.    Bioactivity of Abrus precatorius seeds extracts against the cowpea aphid, A.c.K.D., N. Z. and E.F. Abdalla, Bulletin of the Entomological Society of Egypt, Economic Series, 1988(17): p. 159-167.
277.    PRECIPITATION OF GALACTOSE-SPECIFIC LECTINS BY COMPLEX-TYPE OLIGOSACCHARIDES AND GLYCOPEPTIDES - STUDIES WITH LECTINS FROM RICINUS-COMMUNIS (AGGLUTININ-I), E.-I., ERYTHRINA-ARBORESCENS, ABRUS-PRECATORIUS (AGGLUTININ), AND GLYCINE-MAX (SOYBEAN) Bhattacharyya, L., M. Haraldsson, and C.F. Brewer, Biochemistry, 1988. 27(3): p. 1034-1041.
278.    ANTIFERTILITY EFFECTS OF ALCOHOLIC SEED EXTRACT OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LINN. IN MALE ALBINO RATS Rao, M.V., Acta Europaea Fertilitatis, 1987. 18(3): p. 217-220.
279.    Sensitivity of domestic fowls to abrin, t.t.a.o.A.p.-p.a.o.e.p.Q.d.C., E. C., Arquivos Fluminenses de Medicina Veterinaria, 1987. 2(3): p. 89-89.
280.    ULTRAVIOLET DIFFERENCE SPECTROSCOPIC STUDIES ON THE SACCHARIDE-BINDING PROPERTIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Absar, N., N. Yamasaki, and G. Funatsu, Journal of Biochemistry, 1986. 99(4): p. 1057-1062.
281.    MYCOPLASMA-LIKE ORGANISM ASSOCIATED WITH WITCHES-BROOM OF JEQUIRITY ROSARY PEA ABRUS-PRECATORIUS IN TAIWAN Yang, I.L., M.J. Chen, and S.M. Wang, Proceedings of the National Science Council Republic of China Part B Life Sciences, 1985. 9(3): p. 230-234.
282.    SOME NEUROMUSCULAR EFFECTS OF THE CRUDE EXTRACTS OF THE LEAVES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Wambebe, C. and S.L. Amosun, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1984. 11(1): p. 49-58.
283.    CHEMICAL MODIFICATION STUDIES ON ABRUS AGGLUTININ - INVOLVEMENT OF TRYPTOPHAN RESIDUES IN SUGAR BINDING Patanjali, S.R., et al., Biochemical Journal, 1984. 217(3): p. 773-781.
284.    PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AGGLUTININ Absar, N. and G. Funatsu, Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture Kyushu University, 1984. 29(2-3): p. 103-115.
285.    STUDIES ON THE ANTIFERTILITY PROPERTIES OF ACTIVE COMPONENTS ISOLATED FROM THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS 2 Zia-Ul-Haque, A., M.H. Qazi, and M.E. Hamdard, Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 1983. 15(2): p. 141-146.
286.    STUDIES ON THE ANTIFERTILITY PROPERTIES OF ACTIVE COMPONENTS ISOLATED FROM THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS 1 Zia-Ul-Haque, A., M.H. Qazi, and M.E. Hamdard, Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 1983. 15(2): p. 129-140.
287.    UTEROTONIC ACTIVITY OF EXTRACTS OF THE SEEDS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS Nwodo, O.F.C. and J.H. Botting, Planta Medica, 1983. 47(4): p. 230-233.
288.    PURIFICATION AND SOME PROPERTIES OF A PROTEINASE-INHIBITOR FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEED Joubert, F.J., International Journal of Biochemistry, 1983. 15(8): p. 1033-1038.
289.    Identity of the seeds of Rhynchosia phaseoloides DC. and Abrus precatorius L. (Fabaceae) Farooqui, S.M., B. Bahadur, and G. Narsaiah, Indian Botanical Reporter, 1983. 2(2): p. 153-155.
290.    NEW OLEANENE-TYPE TRITERPENES FROM ABRUS PRECATORIUS AND X-RAY CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE OF ABRUSGENIC ACID-METHANOL 1-1 SOLVATE Chiang, T.C., H.M. Chang, and T.C.W. Mak, Planta Medica, 1983. 49(3): p. 165-169.
291.    THE SEED PROTEINS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L Murray, D.R. and F. Vairinhos, Zeitschrift Fur Pflanzenphysiologie, 1982. 108(5): p. 471-476.
292.    CARBOHYDRATES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Kawawya, M.W., et al., Fitoterapia, 1982. 52(4): p. 179-182.
293.    ANTHO CYANINS FROM THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Karawya, M.S., et al., Fitoterapia, 1982. 52(4): p. 175-178.
294.    ISOLATION AND STRUCTURE ELUCIDATION OF ABRUSLACTONE-A - A NEW OLEANENE-TYPE TRITERPENE FROM THE ROOTS AND VINES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L Chang, H.M., T.C. Chiang, and T.C.W. Mak, Journal of the Chemical Society-Chemical Communications, 1982(20): p. 1197-1198.
295.    ISOLATION OF 4 ISOTOXIC PROTEINS AND ONE AGGLUTININ FROM JEQUIRITI BEAN (ABRUS-PRECATORIUS) Lin, J.Y., et al., Toxicon, 1981. 19(1): p. 41-&.
296.    FLUORESCENCE POLARIZATION AS A TOOL TO STUDY LECTIN-SUGAR INTERACTION - AN INVESTIGATION OF THE BINDING OF 4-METHYLUMBELLIFERYL BETA-D-GALACTOPYRANOSIDE TO ABRUS-PRECATORIOUS AGGLUTININ Khan, M.I., et al., European Journal of Biochemistry, 1981. 115(1): p. 149-152.
297.    BLASTOGENIC PROPERTY OF LECTIN FROM JEQUIRITY BEANS ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Kato, S., et al., Bulletin of the Yamaguchi Medical School, 1981. 28(1-2): p. 27-34.
298.    Carbohydrates of Abrus precatorius Karawya, M.S., et al., Fitoterapia, 1981. 52(4): p. 179-181.
299.    Anthocyanins from the seeds of Abrus precatorius Karawya, M.S., et al., Fitoterapia, 1981. 52(4): p. 175-177.
300.    A CHARACTERIZATION OF ABRIN A FROM THE SEEDS OF THE ABRUS-PRECATORIUS PLANT Herrmann, M.S. and W.D. Behnke, Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, 1981. 667(2): p. 397-410.
301.    EFFECT OF STEROIDAL FRACTION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ON TESTES OF ALBINO RATS Baijal, A., et al., Geobios (Jodhpur), 1981. 8(1): p. 29-31.
302.    EFFECT OF STEROIDAL FRACTION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ON THE EPIDIDYMIS OF ALBINO RAT Baijal, A. and R.S. Mathur, Geobios (Jodhpur), 1981. 8(3): p. 129-131.
303.    CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF THE PHYTOAGGLUTININ FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS BY X-RAY-DIFFRACTION AND ELECTRON-MICROSCOPY Shelley, K. and A. McPherson, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1980. 202(2): p. 431-441.
304.    ABRUS AND RICINUS INGESTION - MANAGEMENT OF 3 CASES Kinamore, P.A., et al., Clinical Toxicology, 1980. 17(3): p. 401-405.
305.    PHYTOCHEMICAL STUDIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ALKALOIDS Karawya, M.S., et al., Herba Hungarica, 1980. 19(3): p. 21-26.
306.    PHYSICAL STUDIES ON 3 LECTINS FROM THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Herrmann, M.S. and W.D. Behnke, Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, 1980. 621(1): p. 43-52.
307.    Chemical investigation of Abrus precatorius flavonoids El-Gengaihi, S., et al., Mechler, E.; Reinhard, E. : International research congress on natural products as medicinal agents., 1980: p. 22-22.
308.    FLAVONOIDS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Bhardwaj, D.K., M.S. Bisht, and C.K. Mehta, Phytochemistry, 1980. 19(9): p. 2040-2041.
309.    ISOLATION OF ANTI TUMOR PROTEINS ABRIN A AND ABRIN B FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Lin, J.Y., T.C. Lee, and T.C. Tung, Toxicon, 1979. 17(SUPPL. 1): p. 103-103.
310.    SELECTIVE LESIONS OF ACINAR PANCREATIC-CELLS IN RATS POISONED WITH ABRIN - MORPHOLOGICAL AND BIOCHEMICAL-STUDY Barbieri, L., et al., Virchows Archiv B-Cell Pathology Including Molecular Pathology, 1979. 30(1): p. 15-24.
311.    Studies on toxic proteins of seeds of Abrus precatorius (author's transl) Tung, T.C., Taiwan yi xue hui za zhi. Journal of the Formosan Medical Association, 1978. 77(9): p. 699-705.
312.    STUDIES IN THE STEROIDAL CONSTITUENTS OF THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SCARLET VARIETY Siddiqui, S., B.S. Siddiqui, and Z. Naim, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1978. 21(5-6): p. 158-161.
313.    Toxic and nontoxic lectins from Abrus precatorius Olsnes, S., Methods in enzymology, 1978. 50: p. 323-30.
314.    CASE OF FATAL POISONING BY SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS IN A DOG Moraillon, R., et al., Recueil De Medecine Veterinaire, 1978. 154(3): p. 223-225.
315.    SOME RESULTS ON THE PHYSIOLOGY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Milhet, Y., F. Ferron, and C. Costes, Plantes Medicinales et Phytotherapie, 1978. 12(2): p. 151-156.
316.    ISOLATION OF ANTI-TUMOR PROTEINS ABRIN-A AND ABRIN-B FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Lin, J.Y., T.C. Lee, and T.C. Tung, International Journal of Peptide and Protein Research, 1978. 12(5): p. 311-317.
317.    RESPONSES OF LUNAR PHASES ON THE GROWTH OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LEGUMINOSAE AND ITS EFFECTS AS CRUDE DRUG ON DISEASES Karnick, C.R., Acta Horticulturae (Wageningen), 1978(73): p. 239-247.
318.    PHYSICAL STUDIES OF LECTINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Herrmann, M.S. and W.D. Behnke, Federation Proceedings, 1978. 37(6): p. 1676-1676.
319.    Abrus precatorius seeds (jequirity beans), a.r.a.l.-k.d.F., D., Bulletin Mensuel de la Societe Veterinaire Pratique de France, 1978. 62(3): p. 215-216.
320.    ABRUS PRECATORIUS (ROSARY PEA) - MOST COMMON LETHAL PLANT POISON Davis, J.H., Journal of the Florida Medical Association, 1978. 65(3): p. 189-191.
321.    Abrus precatorius (rosary pea). The most common lethal plant poison Davies, J.H., The Journal of the Florida Medical Association, 1978. 65(3): p. 188-91.
322.    DIFFERENT PRECIPITIN REACTIONS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LECTIN Chatterjee, B.P., S. Chatterjee, and G. Uhlenbruck, Experientia, 1978. 34(4): p. 531-531.
323.    IMMUNOLOGICAL STUDY ON PLACEMENT OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS IN TRIBE OF ABRAE Rouge, P. and S. Lascombes, Bulletin De La Societe Botanique De France, 1977. 124(1-2): p. 85-91.
324.    PRECIPITATION OF HUMAN SERUM-GLYCOPROTEINS BY EXTRACTS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Rouge, P., C. Chatelain, and J.P. Gracis, Planta Medica, 1977. 31(1): p. 7-13.
325.    ELEVATION OF ENZYME LEVELS IN SERUM DUE TO ABRUS-PRECATORIUS (JEQUIRITY BEAN) POISONING Niyogi, S.K., Toxicon, 1977. 15(6): p. 577-580.
326.    HEPATIC DAMAGE DUE TO ABRUS-PRECATORIUS POISONING Niyogi, S.K. Burford, R. G. International Congress on Toxicology. Abstracts. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 52p. International Congress on Toxicology: Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 1977. 10-10.
327.    ISOLATION, P., AND SOME PROPERTIES OF A LECTIN AND ABRIN FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LINN Roy, J., S. Som, and A. Sen, Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1976. 174(1): p. 359-361.
328.    CHANGES IN THERAPY IN ABRUS AND RICINUS POISONING SUGGESTED BY RECENT STUDIES IN THEIR MECHANISM OF TOXICITY Lampe, K.F., Clinical Toxicology, 1976. 9(1): p. 21-21.
329.    Oral toxoicology of Abrus Precatorius Linn Bukhari, A.Q., S. Ahmad, and S. Qureshi, JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association, 1976. 26(1): p. 4-6.
330.    PURIFICATION, P., AND CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC DATA FOR A PRINCIPAL NONTOXIC LECTIN FROM SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Wei, C. H., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1975. 250(12): p. 4790-4795.
331.    STUDIES ON THE SUBUNITS OF LECTINS ISOLATED FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Ting, R.P., J.Y. Lin, and T.C. Tung, Journal of the Chinese Biochemical Society, 1975. 4(2): p. 7P-7P.
332.    THE EFFECT OF AQUEOUS SEED EXTRACTS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ON SEED GERMINATION Siddiqi, M.R. and D.L. Scott, Biologia (Lahore), 1975. 21(2): p. 177-180.
333.    STUDIES ON STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF LECTINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND RICINUS-COMMUNIS Olsnes, S., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta, 1975. 405(1): p. 1-10.
334.    ELEVATION OF ENZYME LEVELS IN SERUM DUE TO ABRUS-PRECATORIUS POISONING Niyogi, S.K., Forensic Science, 1975. 5(2): p. 154-155.
335.    STOMATAL ONTOGENY AND SYSTEMATIC POSITION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L Kannabiran, B., Current Science, 1975. 44(18): p. 675-677.
336.    INHIBITION OF HORMONE-INDUCED ETHYLENE SYNTHESIS BY INDOLE PLANT-GROWTH INHIBITOR FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Anderson, J.D., N. Mandava, and S. Garrett, Plant and Cell Physiology, 1975. 16(2): p. 233-236.
337.    TRANQUILIZING EFFECT OF N-MONOMETHYLTRYPTAMINE PREPARED FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ON TRIGEMINAL NERVOUS-SYSTEM IN CAT Wu, C.Y. and S.C. Chen, Bulletin of the Institute of Zoology Academia Sinica, 1974. 13(1): p. 1-13.
338.    PURIFICATION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF 2 MAJOR TOXIC PROTEINS FROM SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Wei, C.H., et al., Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1974. 249(10): p. 3061-3067.
339.    THE EFFECT OF AQUEOUS SEED EXTRACTS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LEGUMINOSAE ON OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN PLANT SEEDLINGS Scott, D.L., ASB Bulletin, 1974. 21(2): p. 81-81.
340.    EFFECT OF ALCOHOL EXTRACT OF RATTI SEEDS ABRUS-PRECATORIUS ON THE REPRODUCTION OF FEMALE RATS Samad, F., et al., Journal of Mathematics and Sciences, 1974. 1(2): p. 157-162.
341.    LECTINS FROM ABRUS PRECATORIUS AND RICINUS COMMUNIS .1. IMMUNOCHEMICAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TOXINS AND AGGLUTININS Pappenheimer, A.M., S. Olsnes, and A.A. Harper, Journal of Immunology, 1974. 113(3): p. 835-841.
342.    ISOLATION AND COMPARISON OF GALACTOSE-BINDING LECTINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND RICINUS-COMMUNIS Olsnes, S., E. Saltvedt, and A. Pihl, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 1974. 249(3): p. 803-810.
343.    LECTINS FROM ABRUS PRECATORIUS AND RICINUS COMMUNIS .2. HYBRID TOXINS AND THEIR INTERACTION WITH CHAIN-SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES Olsnes, S., A.M. Pappenheimer, and R. Meren, Journal of Immunology, 1974. 113(3): p. 842-847.
344.    EFFECT OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS EXTRACT ON MICE BEARING LEUKEMIA-VIRUS Niyogi, S.K., Federation Proceedings, 1974. 33(3): p. 555-555.
345.    NOVEL OCCURRENCE OF 5BETA-CHOLANIC ACID IN PLANTS - ISOLATION FROM JEQUIRITY BEAN SEEDS (ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L) Mandava, N., et al., Steroids, 1974. 23(3): p. 357-361.
346.    INDOLE PLANT-GROWTH INHIBITOR FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Mandava, N., J.D. Anderson, and S.R. Dutky, Phytochemistry, 1974. 13(12): p. 2853-2856.
347.    VARIATION IN IAA CONTENT DURING GERMINATION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Khalsa, J.K. and D.C. Sharma, Labdev Journal of Science and Technology Part B Life Sciences, 1974. 12(1): p. 33-33.
348.    INHIBITION OF HORMONE INDUCED ETHYLENE SYNTHESIS BY ABRUS-PRECATORIUS INHIBITOR Anderson, J.D., Plant Physiology (Rockville), 1974. SUPPL: p. 19-19.
349.    STUDIES IN THE SEED DORMANCY OF DESERT PLANTS PART 1 ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Vyas, L.N. and S.K. Agarwal, Japanese Journal of Ecology, 1973. 23(6): p. 237-242.
350.    IMPROVED THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHIC METHOD FOR DETECTION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Subramanian, R., Viswanat.Eh, and Krishnam.G, Current Science, 1973. 42(14): p. 499-500.
351.    Abrus precatorius as a substitute for liquorice Shah, C.S. and J.G. Bhatt, Indian Journal of Pharmacy, 1973. 35(3): p. 102-104.
352.    ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AS A SUBSTITUTE FOR LICORICE Shah, C.S. and J.G. Bhatt, Indian Journal of Pharmacy, 1973. 35(3): p. 102-104.
353.    STUDIES ON THE ANTI BACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Prasad Basu, A., Indian Journal of Pharmacy, 1973. 35(6): p. 203-203.
354.    BIOCHEMICAL STUDIES DURING GERMINATION OF THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS PART 2 CHANGES IN THE ALKALOID AND ASCORBIC-ACID CONTENT UNDER DIFFERENT CONDITIONS OF GERMINATION Khalsa, J.K. and U.N. Chatterji, Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings, 1973. 60: p. 686-687.
355.    STUDIES ON POLY SACCHARIDES FROM THE ROOTS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Haq, Q.N., A. Awal, and M. Kiamuddin, Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1973. 8(1-4): p. 47-52.
356.    Abrus precatorius poisoning in cattle Rahman, A. and A.S. Mia, Indian Veterinary Journal, 1972. 49(10): p. 1045-1049.
357.    DIFFERENTIAL SOLUBILIZATION OF THE PROTEINS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Fatima, R., et al., Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1972. 15(1-2): p. 45-48.
358.    PLANT-GROWTH INHIBITOR FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS SEEDS Anderson, J.D., C.R. Gunn, and N. Mandava, Plant Physiology, 1972. 49(6): p. 1024-&.
359.    CHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Zaidi, Z.H., B.S. Siddiqui, and Z. Naim, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1971. 14(4-5): p. 350-352.
360.    A CONTRIBUTION TO THE EMBRYOLOGY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS WITH REMARKS ON ITS SYSTEMATIC POSITION Venkateshwarlu, J. and V. Seshavataram, Journal of the Indian Botanical Society, 1971. 50(4): p. 332-337.
361.    Some actions of the seeds of Abrus precatorius Routh, B.C. and S.C. Lahiri, Bulletin of the Calcutta School of Tropical Medicine, 1971. 19(2): p. 46-7.
362.    STUDIES ON ACTIVE PRINCIPLE FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L LEGUMINOSAE SEED KERNELS Lin, J.Y., Y.S. Shaw, and T.C. Tung, Toxicon, 1971. 9(2): p. 97-&.
363.    PURIFICATION OF PROTEINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS L AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES Lalthaku.H, et al., Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics, 1971. 8(4): p. 321-&.
364.    PURIFICATION OF PROTEINS FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES Lalithakumari, H., et al., Indian Journal of Biochemistry and Biophysics, 1971. 8(4): p. 321-323.
365.    A STUDY OF PIGMENTS IN SEED COAT OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Heines, V., Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 1971. 32(1-2): p. 1-7.
366.    ALKALOIDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Ghosal, S. and S.K. Dutta, Phytochemistry, 1971. 10(1): p. 195-&.
367.    COMPARATIVE ACUTE TOXICITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND ORMOSIA SEEDS IN ANIMALS Genest, K., A. Lavalle, and E. Nera, Arzneimittel-Forschung, 1971. 21(6): p. 888-&.
368.    CHEMICAL TESTS FOR SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND ORMOSIA Genest, K., Journal of the Forensic Science Society, 1971. 11(2): p. 95-&.
369.    CHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS ON SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS LINN .2. EFFECT OF SEEDS ON MITOSIS AND MEIOSIS IN GRASSHOPPER, P.-P.A.S.C.D., V. B., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1971. 9(3): p. 369-&.
370.    EMBRYOLOGY AND SYSTEMATIC POSITION OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Venkateswarlu, J. and V. Seshavataram, Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings, 1970. 57(4): p. 248-249.
371.    EXPERIMENTAL POISONING IN CATTLE BY THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Tokarnia, C.H., J. Dobereiner, and C.M.M. Do Carmo Da, Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 1970. 5: p. 441-451.
372.    THE TOXICOLOGY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Niyogi, S.K., Journal of Forensic Sciences, 1970. 15(4): p. 529-536.
373.    DORMANCY AND HARD SEEDEDNESS IN ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Khan, A.H. and M. Riaz, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1970. 12(4): p. 392-394.
374.    STUDIES ON THE SEED OIL OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D PART 2 COMPOSITION OF THE LIPID CLASSES Khan, A.H., Q. Khalid, and S.S. Ali, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1970. 13(4): p. 391-394.
375.    STUDIES ON THE SEED OIL OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D PART 1 COMPOSITION OF TOTAL FATTY-ACIDS Khan, A.H., Q. Khalid, and S.S. Ali, Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1970. 13(4): p. 388-390.
376.    CHEMICAL AND TOXICOLOGICAL STUDIES OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS AND ORMOSIA-SPP Genest, K., Lloydia, 1970. 33(4): p. 493-&.
377.    TOXICITY OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D SEEDS IN DOMESTIC FOWL David, J.P. and C.T. Peter, Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1970. 1(2): p. 125-127.
378.    Toxicity of Abrus precatorius seeds in domestic fowl David Jacob, P. and C.T. Peter, Kerala Journal of Veterinary Science, 1970. 1(2): p. 125-127.
379.    Antifertiliry activity of the roots of Abria precatorius, L.A., S. S., N. Ghatak, and R.B. Arora, Pharmacological Research Communications., 1970. 2(2): p. 159-163.
380.    EFFECT OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS L ON EXPERIMENTAL TUMORS Reddy, V.V.S. and M. Sirsi, Cancer Research, 1969. 29(7): p. 1447-&.
381.    DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY OF HUMAN A B O AND AB ERYTHROCYTES TO AGGLUTINATION BY ABRUS PRECATORIUS Niyogi, S.K. and F. Rieders, Toxicon, 1969. 6(3): p. 211-&.
382.    TOXICITY STUDIES WITH FRACTIONS FROM ABRUS PRECATORIUS SEED KERNELS Niyogi, S.K. and F. Rieders, Toxicon, 1969. 7(3): p. 211-&.
383.    DEADLY CRABS EYE - ABRUS PRECATORIUS POISONING Niyogi, S.K., New England Journal of Medicine, 1969. 281(1): p. 51-&.
384.    ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D POISONING IN MICE PATHOLOGICAL FINDINGS Niyogi, S.K., Journal of Forensic Medicine, 1969. 16(4): p. 130-134.
385.    STUDIES ON THE MICROORGANISMS OF THE SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Masood, S., T. Rafay, and A.H. Khan, Zentralblatt fuer Bakteriologie Parasitenkunde Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene Zweite Naturwissenschaftliche Abteilung Allgemeine Landwirtschaftliche und Technische Mikrobiologie, 1969. 123(6): p. 622-627.
386.    PURIFICATION OF ABRIN FROM ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D LEGUMINOSAE Lin, J.Y., L.L. Lei, and T.C. Tung, Journal of the Formosan Medical Association, 1969. 68(10): p. 518-521.
387.    Purification of abrin from Abrus precatorius L. Leguminosae Lin, J.Y., L.L. Lei, and T.C. Tung, Taiwan yi xue hui za zhi. Journal of the Formosan Medical Association, 1969. 68(10): p. 518-21.
388.    TOXIC FACTORS OF SEEDS OF ABRUS-PRECATORIUS Humphreys, D.J., Phytochemistry, 1969. 8(12): p. 2397-+.
389.    STEROIDS AND TRITERPENES FROM ALANGIUM LAMARCKII ALLAMANDA CATHARTICA ABRUS PRECATORIUS AND HOLOPTELEA INTEGRIFOLIA Gupta, N.C., B. Singh, and D.S. Bhakuni, Phytochemistry, 1969. 8(4): p. 791-&.
390.    ABRUS PRECATORIUS - A DEADLY GIFT Gunn, C.R., Garden Journal, 1969. 19(1): p. 2-&.
391.    Abrus precatorius: pretty but poisonous Gunn, C.R., American Association for the Advancement of Science. Science, 1969. 164(3877): p. 245-6.
392.    ABRUS PRECATORIUS - PRETTY BUT POISONOUS Gunn, C.R., Science, 1969. 164(3877): p. 245-&.
393.    MORE ABOUT ABRUS PRECATORIUS Chakravarthy, R.S., Science, 1969. 166(3901): p. 44-+.
394.    AMINO ACID COMPOSITION OF SEEDS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS L Sharma, D., D.S. Misra, and B.K. Soni, Journal of the Chinese Chemical Society, 1968. 15(1-2): p. 67-&.
395.    EFFECTS OF ARECOLINE NEOSTIGMINE PEPSIN AND ANTIHISTAMINES ON MICE POISONED WITH ABRUS PRECATORIUS Niyogi, S.K. and F. Rieders, Federation Proceedings, 1968. 27(2): p. 466-&.
396.    FRACTIONATION + CHARACTERIZATION OF HAEMAGGLUTINATING PRINCIPLE OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS L Misra, D.S., B.K. Soni, and D. Sharma, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1968. 6(2): p. 108-&.
397.    LIPIDS FROM SEEDS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS Lefar, M.S., et al., Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1968. 57(8): p. 1442-+.
398.    An unusual case of poisoning due to rosary beads (Abrus precatorius) Guggisberg, M., Revue medicale de la Suisse romande, 1968. 88(3): p. 206-8.
399.    ENTADA-MANII-D MACARANGA-HETEROPHYLLA-D Derbesy, M., T.L.O.C.W.A.S.A.-P.-D.A.-D.-D.A.-P.-D.A.-A.-D.A.-C.-D.A.-A.-D.C.-P.-D.E.-G.-D. and F. Busson, Oleagineux, 1968. 23(3): p. 191-193.
400.    DIFFERENCES IN SENSITIVITY OF HUMAN ABO AND AB ERYTHROCYTES TO AGGLUTINATION BY ABRUS PRECATORIUS (AP) Niyogi, S.K. and F. Rieders, Federation Proceedings, 1967. 26(2): p. 761-&.
401.    OCCURRENCE AND METABOLISM OF SOME PHYSIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE INDOLE-3-ALKYLAMINE DERIVATIVES IN PLANTS ABSTRACT DESMODIUM-PULCHELLUM-D ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D Ghosal, S., S.K. Dutta, and Adityachuaudhury, Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings, 1967. 54(3): p. 144-144.
402.    Antifertility activity of the steroidal oil of the seed of Abrus precatorius. Linn Desai, R.V. and E.N. Rupawala, Indian J Pharm, 1967. 29((8)): p. 235-237.
403.    STEPHANIA-HERNANDIFOLIA-D Bhaduri, B., S.F.A.F.P.O.I.M.P.P.I.P.O.O.D.A.A.-P.-D.A.-B.-M.S.-S.-D.A.-C.-M., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacy, 1967. 29(12): p. 346-347.
404.    TOXIC + HAEMAGGLUTINATING PROPERTIES OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS L Misra, D.S., R.P. Sharma, and B.K. Soni, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1966. 4(3): p. 161-&.
405.    INTERACTIONS OF ERYTHROCYTES OF VARIOUS SPECIES WITH AGGLUTININS OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS LINN Khan, A.H., B. Gul, and M.A. Rahman, Journal of Immunology, 1966. 96(3): p. 554-&.
406.    INVESTIGATIONS ON ABRUS-PRECATORIUS-D BENG KUNCH I CONSTITUENTS OF DRY ROOT Khaleqe, A., M. Aminuddin, and S. Azim-Ul-Mulk, Scientific Researches (Dacca), 1966. 3(4): p. 203-207.
407.    STUDIES ON TOXICITY OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS L .I. EFFECT OF AQUEOUS EXTRACTS OF SEEDS ON MITOSIS + MEIOSIS IN GRASSHOPPER POECILOCERA PICTA Desai, V.B., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1966. 4(3): p. 164-&.
408.    Antimicrobial activity of Abrus precatorius (Linn) Desai, V.B. and M. Sirsi, Indian J Pharm, 1966. 28((6)): p. 164-165.
409.    RICINUS-COMMUNIS-D Canella, C. F. C., E.W.P.S.T.T.C.I.N.B.W.N.R.A.-P.-D.C.-B.-D.C.-P.-D.P.-M.-D.S.-G.-D.P.-O.-D., C.H. Tokarnia, and J. Dobereiner, Pesquisa Agropecuaria Brasileira, 1966. 1: p. 345-352.
410.    Studies on Abrus precatorius Linn, I.F.a.a.o.j.s.R., Masarrat and A.H. Khan, Pakistan J Sci Res, 1964. 16((3/4)): p. 99-102.
411.    Insecticidal properties of Abrus precatorius Linn. and Nerium odorum Soland Khalsa, H.G., Y.C. Wal, and P.N. Agarwal, Indian J Entomol, 1964. 26((1)): p. 113-115.
412.    EFFECT OF ABRUS PRECATORIUS ON PREGNANCY OF MICE Desai, V.B. and M. Sirsi, Current Science, 1964. 33(19): p. 585-&.
413.    The "crab's eye" seed Abrus precatorius Kennedy, K., Australian Nat Hist, 1962. 14((2)): p. 68-68.
414.    Toxicity of Abrus precatorius Deshpande, V.R., P.N. Dubey, and M.K. Rao, Indian journal of medical sciences, 1961. 15: p. 195-7.
415.    SPECIFIC PRECIPITINS FOR TYPE XIV PNEUMOCOCCUS POLYSACCHARIDE FROM ABRUS PRECATORIUS SEEDS Bird, G.W., Experientia, 1961. 17(2): p. 71-&.
416.    Studies on the chemical components of the seed of Abrus precatorius Tung, Y.C. and M.C. Liau, Jour Formosan Med Assoc, 1960. 59((9)): p. 868-875.
417.    Ravenelia on Abrus precatorius Linn Padhi, B., Current Sci, 1954. 23((4)): p. 139-139.
418.    Cases of Poisoning in the Horse with Ratti Seeds (Abrus precatorius) by Oral Administration Simpson, K.S. and P.C. Banerjee, Indian Journal of Veterinary Science and Animal Husbandry, 1932. 11: p. 59-65.
419.    Colouring matter contained in the seed-coats of Abrus precatorius Sarkar, S.L., Biochemical Journal, 1914. 8: p. 281-286.
420.    Soup is prepared using muskmelon, b.p.n., millet, amaranth, water, Hericium erinaceus, betelnutpalm male flower, Desmodium, Abrus precatorius leaves, rosehip, agar, maltitol and gorgon euryale seed powder Zhu, C. Zhu C.
421.    Vermicelli used for protecting liver comprises gluten flour, l.r.p., sunflower flower, Gynostemma pentaphyllum, apple flower, peanut, orange leaves, sweet potato starch, pearl barley powder, Abrus precatorius leaves, and water Zhao, W. Qingdao Jinchaoyue Machinery Co Ltd.
422.    Chemiluminescent kit for detecting Abrus precatorius toxin, c.a.l.p., an enzyme marking antibody, and a chemiluminescent substrate liquid Zhang, Z., et al. Univ Jilin.
423.    Medicine useful for treating hyperthyroidism, p.u.e.g.r.b., radix paeoniae alba, common orient clam, Abrus precatorius, Phlomis betonicoides, Carpesium abrotanoides, Buddleja officinalis and Callistemon rigidus Wu, B. Ningbo Youmeike New Material Co Ltd.
424.    Soup stock used for clearing away heat and toxicity includes guava leaf, C.s., calcite, inconspicuum, broomjutre sida herb, Cicer arietinum, Abrus precatorius, radix glehniae, black fungus, Pleurotus eryngii and salt Shi, Y. Harbin Haotuo Biotechnology Dev Co Ltd.
425.    Medicine composition used for, e.g.t.p.i.A.p., Spina Gleditsiae, Cortex Meliae, Rhizoma Menispermi, Phragmitis rhizoma, Herba Sarcandrae, Elsholtzia splendens, calamine, Styrax, and Nidus Vespae Ma, M. Ma M.
426.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating mesenteric adipose inflammation, i.A.p., Beta vulgaris, fermented soybean, Clinopodium gracile, little Platanthera, Brachystemma calycinum, and coriander Li, X. Li X.
427.    Tea useful for e.g. nourishing liver, c.o.t., Anoectochilus roxburghii, Momordica grosvenori flower, Rhinacanthus nasutus, Abrus precatorius leaves, Abrus cantoniensis, Chrysanthemum morifolium and jasmine flower Li, H. Dai J.
428.    Traditional Chinese medicine capsule useful as e.g. post-natal care for pregnant women, c.h.a.c., Abrus precatorius herb, Chinese catalpa fruit, Euphorbia, yellow abelmoschus manihot and Vitex negundo leaf Li, F. and J. Li. Li F.
429.    Abrusoside cpds. in pure form useful as high-intensity sweeteners|isolated by solvent extn. of Abrus precatorius or A. fruticulosus leaves followed by column chromatography Kinghorn, A.D. and Y. Choi. Research Corp Technologies Inc.
430.    Abruquinone cpds. extracted from Abrus precatorius|useful as anti-coagulative, a.-i.a.a.-a.a.K., S., et al. Nat Sci Council.
431.    Diet drink comprises lotus root extract, k.p., millet, Tremella, chestnut powder, dried orange peel powder, asiatic pennywort herb, liquorice, Honeysuckle, Abrus precatorius herb, Chrysanthemum, Alisma orientale, corn stigma and br Huang, H. Huang H.
432.    Soup composition prepared using hami melon, b.p.s., sticky rice, Amaranth, mushroom, betel nut flower, lemon grass, Abrus precatorius stem with leaves, pumpkin, agar, maltitol, gorgon fruit powder and water He, G. He G.
433.    Traditional Chinese medicine preparation useful for treating mastitis, c.e.g.L.a., willow root, Abrus precatorius, corymb polycarpaea herb, Apios fortunei, mirabilite and common adenostema herb Han, L. Han L.
434.    Composition used for exhibiting synergistic effect for oncology patients during radiotherapy, c.B.m., Abrus precatorius, Cucubalus baccifer, Goldfussia psilostachys, radix curcumae, Iris confusa and Viburnum opulus Han, C. Han C.
435.    Polyherbal composition useful for treating immunocompromised condition, c.e.o.e.g.A.p.s., Acacia catechu bark, and Chlorophytum borivilianum rhizome and optionally excipients Gokani, R. H., M.R. Herbha, and M.A. Rachchh. Rachchh M A.
436.    Separating and purifying Abrus precatorius L. abrins P1, P.c.c.r.A.p.L.a.o.a.S.B.a.c.c., using initial balancing buffer solution to elute foreign protein Gao, N. and H. Lin. Gao N.
437.    Composition useful for clearing heat, d.a.p.l., expelling phlegm, arresting cough, treating e.g. eye pain and inhibiting bacterial growth, comprises radix isatidis, selfheal, Abrus precatorius and sweet tea Dong, M., C. Guo, and L. Li. Dong M.
438.    Potato chip are prepared using litchi, m.p., sticky rice flour, buckwheat powder, salt, maltitol, water, Angelica, Roselle, lavender, Abrus precatorius leaves, pumpkin vine and Cordyceps militaris powder Chen, W. Chen W.
439.    Honey chestnut kernel e.g. for nourishing stomach, i.l., Chinese chestnut, black pine nut, watermelon, common beet, Saussurea involucrata, figo flower, Polygonum hydropiper, Abrus precatorius leaves, honey, and almond powder Chen, M. Anqing Tianranfengfang Bee Ind Co Ltd.
440.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for e.g. treating rheumatic heart disease comprises tuckahoe, S.l., radix aconiti, Chinese date, root of ramie, Valeriana officinalis, Abrus precatorius, and raisin tree seed Chen, H. Chen H.
441.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for e.g. preventing and treating side effects of radiotherapy and angiography, c.A.p., common achyranthes herb, Phlomis umbrosa, Diuranthera minor and cortex dictamni Chen, F. Chen F.
442.    Skin-whitening cosmetic compositions which inhibit activity of melanin formation, c.A.p.l.e.o.h.s.n.C., Y. H., et al. Lg Household & Healthcare Ltd.
443.    Medicine useful for e.g. treating spleen deficiency-type jaundice and hepatitis, c.E.h., Abrus precatorius, medlar, radix curcumae, Dendrobium, maifan stone, radix paeoniae alba and Corydalis tuber Bai, Z. Bai Z.
444.    Anti-inflammatory herbal composition useful for treating and/or preventing mastitis, c.p.e.o.A.p., Cleome gynandra, Aristolochia indica, Thymus vulgaris and Salvia officinalis Ayyathurai, K. T. Ayyathurai K T.
445.    Sequence characterized amplified regions (scar) primers and kit for authentication of unani drug of glycyrrhiza glabra and its adulterant Abrus precatorius Abdin, M.Z., K.K.J.M. Salim, and U. Kiran. Cent Council Res in Unani Medicine.


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