anthocyanidin


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anthocyanidin

[‚an·thə‚sī′an·ə·dən]
(biochemistry)
Any of the colored aglycone plant pigments obtained by hydrolysis of anthocyanins.
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Sugars were analyzed using high-performance anion exchange chromatography; acids with high-performance liquid chromatography; the total anthocyanin count with the FolinCiocalteu method; and anthocyanidins using ultra-performance liquid chromatography.
The profile of anthocyanins was species- and cultivar-dependent, whereas the wines of hybrid species distinguished by their content of anthocyanidin diglucosides.
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To understand anthocyanin stability during silage storage, the relationship between anthocyanin stability and lactic fermentation during ensiling should be determined, because anthocyanin is composed of anthocyanidin and sugar(s) and there is a possibility that sugar(s) of anthocyanin is used as substrate for lactic fermentation.
In this study, greater intake of the anthocyanidin class of flavonoids and total flavonoids was also associated with a reduced rate of cognitive decline.
Delphinidin, an anthocyanidin in pigmented fruits and vegetables, protects human HaCaT keratinocytes and mouse skin against UVB-mediated oxidative stress and apoptosis.
A obesum is known as desert rose (Dimmit and Hanson 1991), and it has been reported the presence of several cardiotonic glycosides in addition to anthocyanidin glycosides and steroids (Yamauchi and Abe 1990).
35) Anthocyanidin molecules from such extracts have been shown to cross the blood-brain barrier, making them accessible to neurons, thereby improving memory.
Antiulcer activity of an anthocyanidin from Vaccinium myrtillus.
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