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The pyranoflavonoids are a type of flavonoids possessing a pyran group.
Main article: Pyranoanthocyanin
- 5,3′,4′-trihydroxy-2″,2″-dimethylpyrano (5″,6″:7,8) isoflavone - has antifungal properties, and is from the plant species ficus tikoua Bur. 
- Stimulation of respiratory burst by cyclocommunin in rat neutrophils is associated with the increase in cellular Ca2+ and protein kinase C activity. Jih-Pyang Wang, Lo-Ti Tsao, Shue-Ling Raung, Pei-Ling Lin and Chun-Nan Lin, Free Radical Biology and Medicine, Volume 26, Issues 5-6, March 1999, Pages 580-588
- Wei; Wu; Ji (June 2012), "New Antifungal Pyranoisoflavone from Ficus tikoua Bur.", Int J Mol Sci 2012 (13(6)), doi:10.3390/ijms13067375, PMC 3397532, PMID 22837700
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