Soyasaponin II has antiviral effects, it can inhibit the replication of human cytomegalovirus, influenza virus, and human immunodeficiency virus type 1. Soyasaponin II has hepatoprotective actions towards immunologically induced liver injury on primary cultured rat hepatocytes. It can inhibit the conversion of fibrinogen to fibrin, it also can promote activation of the fibrinolytic system in a plasminogen-containing fibrin plate. Soyasaponins are a potential antitumor compound and the apoptosis induced by soyasaponins is a key antitumor mechanism.
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Inhibitory activity of soyasaponin II on virus replication in vitro.[Pubmed: 9140220
METHODS AND RESULTS:
The antiviral activities of two saponins, soyasaponin I and II, isolated from soybean (Glycine max Merrill) were studied in vitro against herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1). Soyasaponin II was more potent than soyasaponin I as shown by reduction of HSV-1 production. Soyasaponin II was also found to inhibit the replication of human cytomegalovirus, influenza virus, and human immunodeficiency virus type 1.
The action was not due to inhibition of virus penetration and protein synthesis, but might involve a virucidal effect. When acyclovir and Soyasaponin II were evaluated in combination for anti-HSV-1 activity, additive antiviral effects were observed for this virus.
Planta Med., 1998, 64(3):233-6.
Structure-hepatoprotective relationships study of soyasaponins I-IV having soyasapogenol B as aglycone.[Pubmed: 9581521
As a part of our study on the leguminous plants, we investigated the constituents of the aerial parts of Glycine soya.
METHODS AND RESULTS:
We isolated and identified four known saponins, soyasaponins I, II, III, and IV which have the same aglycone, soyasapogenol B. As a part of our studies concerning hepatoprotective drugs, we also examined the hepatoprotective actions of these saponins towards immunologically induced liver injury on primary cultured rat hepatocytes. The action of Soyasaponin II was almost comparable with that of soyasaponin I, whereas those of Soyasaponin III and IV were more effective than soyasaponins I and II. This means that the disaccharide group shows greater action than the trisaccharide group. Furthermore, the saponin having a hexosyl unit shows a slightly greater action than that of the pentosyl unit in each disaccharide group or trisaccharide group.
Structure-activity relationships suggest that the sugar moiety linked at C-3 may play an important role in hepatoprotective actions of soybean saponins.