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Table 5 Correlation coefficients of the chemical composition variable groups and the pharmacological variable groups with VIP values of the compounds

From: Comparison of blood tonic efficacy and chemical constituents of Kadsura interior A.C. Smith and its closely related species

Compound RBC# HGB# HCT IL-3 GM-CSF# M-CSF
BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP) BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP) BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP) BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP) BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP) BCA(r) OPLSR (VIP)
Heteroclitin G 0.828 2.03 0.629 1.8594 0.252 2.0996 − 0.011 1.9421 0.7609 2.2051 0.6907 2.4739
Kadsutherin H 0.7842 0.1718 0.6386 0.1726 0.1364 0.1765 0.1298 0.165 0.6177 0.1765 0.6281 0.0188
Interiorin C 0.614 1.3025 0.858 1.4406 − 0.0287 1.2397 0.2238 1.3791 0.5701 1.3197 0.3061 0.7900
Kadsurin 0.4793 0.052 0.911 0.0578 − 0.1161 0.051 0.4774 0.0533 0.3995 0.0594 0.4301 0.0018
Heteroclitin D 0.6984 1.7646 0.82 1.834 0.0132 1.7267 0.1845 1.8059 0.5106 1.5206 0.4530 1.5014
Interiotherin C 0.6508 0.1504 0.6285 0.1502 0.2163 0.1507 0.0074 0.1497 0.5891 0.1489 0.5541 0.0129
Manwuwezic acid 0.1883 0.0903 0.6403 0.1319 − 0.0257 0.0784 0.1298 0.1051 0.2808 0.0995 0.0498 0.0063
Prinsepiol 0.4824 0.0685 − 0.0307 0.1698 − 0.0058 0.0966 − 0.1328 0.0313 0.2166 0.1232 0.6468 0.0313
Licarin A 0.633 0.0325 0.185 0.0408 0.365 0.0377 − 0.254 0.0265 0.7739 0.0448 0.6280 0.0018
  1. Compounds marked with bold text are with VIP value greater than 1 and Pearson correlation coefficients (r value) greater than 0.5, which could be considered as significant contribution to the classification to be used as an evaluation index for pharmacology. The OPLSR models built to represent these pharmacological indicators (#) are available