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danthron (117-10-2)  
chrysazin  ·  Danthane  ·  Dorbanex
Dantron (INN), also known as chrysazin or 1,8-dihydroxyanthraquinone, is an organic substance, formally derived from anthraquinone by the replacement of two hydrogen atoms by hydroxyl groups (–OH). It is used in some countries as a stimulant laxative. It should not be confused with ondansetron, an unrelated drug that was marketed in South Africa under the trade name "Dantron".
anthralin (1143-38-0)  
Dithranol  ·  Anthranol  ·  Lasan
Dithranol (INN) or anthralin (USAN and former BAN) is a Hydroxyanthrone, anthracene derivative, medicine applied to the skin of people with psoriasis. It is available as creams, ointment or pastes in 0.1 to 2% strengths (Drithocreme, Dithrocream, Zithranol-RR, Micanol, Psorlin, Dritho-Scalp, Anthraforte, Anthranol and Anthrascalp). The terms dithranol and anthralin are sometimes used synonymously.
Rhein (478-43-3)  
dipropionyl rhein  ·  1,8-dihydroxy-3-carboxyl-9,10-anthraquinone  ·  4,5-dihydroxyanthraquinone-2-carboxylic acid
Rhein may refer to
Chrysophanol (481-74-3)  
chrysophanic acid  ·  2-methyl-4,5-dihydroxyanthraquinone  ·  chrysophanic acid, ion (1-)
Chrysophanol, also known as chrysophanic acid, is a fungal isolate and a natural anthraquinone.
Quinizarin (81-64-1, 86321-26-8)  
anthrarufin  ·  1,4-dihydroxyanthraquinone, radiacal ion (1-)  ·  1,4-dihydroxy-9,10-anthraquinone
1,4-Dihydroxyanthraquinone, also called quinizarin or Solvent Orange 86, is an organic compound derived from anthroquinone. Quinizarin is an orange or red-brown crystalline powder. It is formally derived from anthraquinone by replacement of two hydrogen atoms by hydroxyl (OH) groups.
Aloe-emodin (481-72-1)  
Aloe Emodin
Aloe emodin (1,3,8-trihydroxyanthraquinone) is an anthraquinone and a variety of emodin present in aloe latex, an exudate from the aloe plant. It has a strong stimulant-laxative action. Aloe emodin is not carcinogenic when applied to the skin, although it may increase the carcinogenicity of some kind of radiation.
Diacerein (13739-02-1)  
Niverpharm brand of diacetylrhein  ·  diacerhein  ·  Zondar
Diacerein (INN), also known as diacetylrhein, is a slow-acting medicine of the class anthraquinone used to treat joint diseases such as osteoarthritis (swelling and pain in the joints). It works by inhibiting interleukin-1 beta. An updated 2014 Cochrane review found diacerein had a small beneficial effect on pain.
Xanthopurpurin (518-83-2)  
1,3-Dihydroxyanthraquinone, also called purpuroxanthin or xanthopurpurin, is an organic compound with formula C 14H 8O 4 that occurs in the plant Rubia cordifolia (Indian madder). It is one of ten dihydroxyanthraquinone isomers. Its molecular structure can be viewed as being derived from anthraquinone by replacement of two hydrogen atoms (H) by hydroxyl groups (-OH).
Anthrarufin (117-12-4)  
1,5-dihydroxyanthraquinone  ·  1,5-DHAQ
Chrysothrone (491-58-7)  
chrysophanic acid-9-anthrone
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