Database of Bioactive Substances of Animals Placenta (BSAP)
name：Database of Bioactive Substances of Animals Placenta (BSAP)
Placenta, which is the tissue responsible for the exchange of blood and nutrients between mother and fetus during pregnancy of mammalian viviparous animals, has special barrier function and endocrine function and contains a variety of active substances. These active substances play a great role in various physiological functions undertaken by placenta.
The placentas of different species of animals have different shapes and structures, and the active substances and pharmacological effects are also different. This database is a comprehensive database containing the bioactive substances of animal placenta of human placenta, sheep placenta, donkey placenta and other species. It takes the type of components, physiological functions, separation and detection methods and other physical and chemical properties as indicators to integrate and summarize them. At the same time, it uses literature research and network information resources to fully supplement their basic properties, which is broad and referential.
This database is mainly used to analyze the physical and chemical properties, physiological functions and separation and purification methods of bioactive substances in the placentas of many species and genera of animals. It provides a theoretical basis for the separation, purification and application of natural bioactive substances in the placentas of animals, as well as the exploration of the main pharmacodynamic components and the next step of activity detection, so as to provide them with a broader application. The purpose of this database is to further study the active ingredients of animal placenta, promote the continuous upgrading of products dominated by active ingredients of natural products, provide natural products with higher quality, outstanding curative effect and clear mechanism, serve the society and create health.