Sarsasapogenin - CAS 82597-74-8
Catalog number: 82597-74-8
Not Intended for Therapeutic Use. For research use only.
Molecular Formula:
C27H44O3
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Description:
prevent Alzheimer's disease,antioxidant, anti osteoporosis
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Purity:
>98%
Appearance:
colourless powder
Synonyms:
Sarsaponin
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Application:
prevent Alzheimer's disease,antioxidant, anti osteoporosis
Quantity:
Milligrams-Grams-Kilos
Density:
1.11g/cm3
1.Influence of sarsaponin on growth, feed and nitrogen utilization in growing male rats fed diets with added urea or protein.
Preston RL;Bartle SJ;May T;Goodall SR J Anim Sci. 1987 Aug;65(2):481-7.
Two experiments were conducted with growing male rats to determine the effects of 120 ppm of dietary sarsaponin (S) on nitrogen (N) metabolism when urea or protein are added to the diet. Growth, feed efficiency, N digestibility and balance, urinary N and ammonia-N (NH3-N), and cecal urease and NH3-N were measured. Growth and feed utilization were unaffected by dietary S. Adding urea or protein to the diet increased apparent N digestibility and increased urinary-N excretion. Urea did not affect N balance, whereas growth, feed utilization and N balance were maximized with 22% compared with either 16 or 28% dietary protein. Urinary NH3-N excretion was decreased by S when urea was added to the diet but was not affected when fed with increasing dietary protein. Cecal urease was decreased by S when urea was added or when the protein level was increased in the diet; effects on cecal NH3-N varied between the two experiments. Plasma urea-N was decreased by S. It is concluded that S has minor effects on N metabolism in rats and that NH3-N formation or excretion is only marginally affected by dietary S. If S decreases NH3-N level in confinement facilities, it is concluded that the effect is after the waste material is excreted by the animal, perhaps through reduced urease activity.
2.The ameliorating effect of Yucca schidigera extract on canine and feline faecal aroma.
Lowe JA;Kershaw SJ Res Vet Sci. 1997 Jul-Aug;63(1):61-6.
Addition of Yucca schidigera extract (YSE) products to canine or feline diets improved the character and reduced the intensity of faecal aroma as monitored by a human panel. The general condition of the animals was not adversely affected as monitored by faecal pH, food retention time, and blood cell counts. Blood urea increased significantly in YSE-treated cats, possibly due to the saponins of YSE affecting gut wall permeability. This finding contrasts with previously published reports of a reduction in blood urea on the addition of sarsaponin (from YSE) to rat diets and of YSE products to poultry and cattle diets.
3.Effects of sarsaponin on digestion and passage rates in cattle fed medium to low concentrate.
Goetsch AL;Owens FN J Dairy Sci. 1985 Sep;68(9):2377-84.
Four dairy cows with duodenal cannulae were fed diets consisting of sorghum silage (67% of dietary dry matter) at 85% of ad libitum intake with 0 (control diet) or 44 ppm (dry matter) sarsaponin (sarsaponin diet) in a crossover experiment. Digestion coefficients for organic matter were low but increased by addition of sarsaponin both in the rumen (43.7 versus 32.4%) and total tract (52.1 versus 48.2%). Digestibilities of starch and nitrogen in the rumen and total tract and passage rates of fluid, concentrate, and silage tended to be greater for the sarsaponin diet. Extent of ruminal digestion of organic matter was related to passage rate of concentrate (correlation .81) and fluid (correlation .75). In a second study, diets contained 50% concentrate either with or without sarsaponin added at 44 ppm. Ruminal pH for animals given sarsaponin tended to be lower 4, 8, and 12 h after feeding. In situ rate constants of dry matter disappearance tended to be greater with the control diet for corn, alfalfa, and prairie hay and lower for milo and soybean meal. Lag time of digestion tended to be longer with the sarsaponin diet for corn, milo, soybean meal, and corn gluten meal but shorter for alfalfa and prairie hay.
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