aureusidin

aureusidin

[‚ȯr·e·ə′sīd·ən]
(biochemistry)
C15H11O5 A yellow flavonoid pigment found typically in the yellow snapdragon. Also known as 4,6,3′,4′-tetrahydroxyaurone.
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Aureusidin (C7; DL = 0.24, OB = 53.42, Caco-2 = 0.07) was reported to have marked antioxidant activity and to be useful for the treatment of several diseases [40,41], and anemosapogenin (C5; DL = 0.77, OB = 17.87, Caco-2 = 0.07) has antitumor effects [42,43].
Kumaresan, "A quantum chemical study on the antioxidant properties of aureusidin and bracteatin," International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol.
Diamanti et al., "Encapsulation of the natural antioxidant aureusidin in biodegradable PLA nanoparticles," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.
LU & FOO (2003) showed the presence of an array of polyphenols in blackcurrant seeds, such as anthocyanins, consisting of the rutinosides and glucosides of delphinidin, cyanidin, myricetin, quercetin, kaempferol, dihydroquercetin and aureusidin, as well as the phenolic acids 1-cinnamoyland 1-p-coumaroyl-b-D-glucosides.
10 SCIENCE, the team reports that it also determined the gene that codes for this enzyme, called aureusidin synthase.