anthraquinone


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anthraquinone

[‚an·thrə·kwi′nōn]
(organic chemistry)
C6H4(CO)2C6H4 Yellow crystalline diketone that is insoluble in water; used in the manufacture of dyes.
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Anthraquinone was applied to the base of the tree trunks in 10 of the tubs.
Anthraquinone glycoside from the seeds of Cassia occidentalis Linn.
Estimations of polyphenols, flavonoid, and anthraquinone contents of D.
Locatelli et al., "Anthraquinone profile antioxidant and antimicrobial activity of bark extracts of Rhamnus alaternus, R.fallax, R.
Yoshikawa, "Antioxidant constituents from rhubarb: structural requirements of stilbenes for the activity and structures of two new anthraquinone glucosides," Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, vol.
Wei, "Anthraquinone and naphthalene glycosides from Rhamnus nakaharai," Phytochemistry, vol.
The CA molecule consists primarily of three groups: anthraquinone chromophore, a glucopyranose ring attached by a glycosidic linkage, and a carboxyl group (COOH).
In the case of anthraquinone, the reductive process may result in the breakage of the ring bond and, promote color removal in the solution.
Finally, to understand which signaling enzymes contributed to the suppression of Ta-EE on various AD symptoms, the levels of phosphoproteins and total proteins such as Syk, IKK, I[kappa]B[alpha], and p65, one of the NF-kB subunits, known as critical factors in AD pathogenesis [56, 57] and reported to be targeted by anthraquinone compounds enriched in this plant [36, 58], were determined from the skin area in AD mouse.