naringin


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naringin

[nə′rin·jən]
(organic chemistry)
C27H32O14 A crystalline bioflavonoid with a melting point of 171°C; soluble in acetone and alcohol; used as a food supplement. Also known as aurantiin.
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Naringin abrogates Cisplatin-induced cognitive deficits and cholinergic dysfunction through the down-regulation of ache expression and iNOS signaling pathways in hippocampus of aged rats.
Oskoueian et al [4] found that the addition of the flavonoids naringin and quercetin to ruminate diets could suppress methane production without influencing rumen microbial fermentation, while the use of flavone, myricetin, and kaempferol decreased the total volatile fatty acid (TVFA) concentration of rumen microbes cultured in vitro.
Naringin inhibits TNF-a induced oxidative stress and inflammatory response in HUVECs via Nox4/NF-?
Furthermore, naringin can reduce plaque progression and ameliorate endothelial dysfunction in high cholesterol-fed mice (Chanet et al.
The grapefruit flavanone naringin protects against the radiation-induced genomic instability in the mice bone marrow: a micronucleus study.
The fruit contains very good levels of vitamin-A (provides about 1150 IU per 100g), and flavonoid antioxidants such as naringenin, and naringin.
pumila are flavonoids (kaempferol, myricetin, naringin, and rutin) and phenolics compound (gallic acid and pyrogallol).
Effect of naringin supplementation on cholesterol metabolism and antioxidant status in rats fed high cholesterol with different levels of vitamin E," Annals of Nutrition and Metabolism, vol.
The effect of ozone and naringin on intestinal ischemia/reperfusion injury in an experimental model," International Journal of Surgery, vol.
Standardized to > 30% polyphenolic flavonoids, these compounds include naringin, neohesperidin, neoeriocitrin, 1% melitidine and 2% brutelidine, explained HP Ingredient's Ms.
11,12] Antidiabetic activity of orange is owing to flavonoids such as hesperidin and naringin in citrus fruit peels.
Choi, Antihypercholesterolemic property of naringin alters plasma and tissue lipids, cholesterol- regulating enzymes, fecal sterol and tissue morphology in rabbits, Clin.