Organization profile

Organisation profile

Established in 2014, the School of Pharmacy, National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) provides a comprehensive pharmacy curriculum integrating pharmaceutical sciences and clinical pharmacy practice to cultivate the competence for pharmacy professional. Through endeavor in education, research, and clinical service, the School aims to advance effectiveness and safety of medication and further promote public health of the nation and the world.

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Alkaloids Chemical Compounds
Taiwan Medicine & Life Sciences
Rutaceae Medicine & Life Sciences
Murraya Medicine & Life Sciences
Cytotoxicity Chemical Compounds
Anti-Inflammatory Agents Medicine & Life Sciences
Aristolochia Medicine & Life Sciences
Cells Chemical Compounds

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Projects 1995 2020

Research Output 1972 2019

Acrofolione A and B, acetophenone dimers from Acronychia pendunculata, induce an apoptotic effect on human NALM-6 pre-B cell leukaemia cells

Matsui, T., Ito, C., Kato, A., Wu, T. S. & Itoigawa, M., 2019 Mar, In : Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology. 71, 3, p. 348-361 14 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Precursor B-Cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia-Lymphoma
Rutaceae
Caspase 7
Caspase 3
Annexin A5
1 Citation (Scopus)
Open Access
ovaries
Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
Metformin
polymorphism
Polymorphism

Characterization of Cytochalasins and Steroids from the Ascomycete Daldinia concentrica and Their Cytotoxicity

Van Trung, H., Kuo, P. C., Tuan, N. N., Ngan, N. T., Trung, N. Q., Thanh, N. T., Hai, H. V., Phuong, D. L., Giang, B. L., Li, Y. C., Wu, T. S. & Thang, T. D., 2019 May, In : Natural Product Communications. 14, 5

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Open Access
Cytochalasins
cytochalasins
Ascomycota
steroids
cytotoxicity