Also the dimers of these glucosides
are observed at masses 1159 u and 1173 u that are due to the dimers of the glucosides
+ sodium (2 x [M-H] + Na).
In another study, scientists enlisted volunteers who applied a cream containing ascorbyl glucoside
to their face twice daily for three months.
In the wines studied, resveratrol was mostly in the form of these two glucosides
. Different hydroxystilbene forms in the studied wines were in the same order as the numbers published in the literature (Gambelli and Santaroni, 2004; La Torre et al., 2006).
* Description: Dicaprylyl ether (and) decyl glucoside
(and) glyceryl oleate
The solid (514 mg) was recrystallised from ethyl acetate to give Naphthol glucoside
as light brown plates (480 mg), molecular formula found ([C.sub.16][H.sub.18][O.sub.7]), mp 216-218 [degrees]C (lit.4, 217 [degrees]C) m/z 222 [M.sup.+], [v.sub.max] (KBr) [cm.sup.-1]; 3605, 3005, 2890, 1600, and 1450.
 Sergio Riva., 2002, "Enzymatic modification of the sugar moieties of natural Glucosides
," Journal of Molecular Catalysis B: Enzymatic pp.
For the bioavailability experiment, 16 healthy men and women volunteers downed a dose of pure limonin glucoside
. The compound, a white, tasteless, odorless powder, was dissolved in about 4 ounces of water.
In order to obtain aglucones for HPLC coelution experiments, authentic hydroxystilbene glucosides
were hydrolysed by [beta]-glucosidase (1 mg/mL) at pH 5 in the presence of not more than 10% (v/v) methanol.
Salicaceac species are characterized by the existence of lower-molecular weight phenolic glucosides
; each willow species appears to contain a characteristic total amount and composition of these glucosides
(Julkunen-Tiitto 1989a, 1989b).
INCI: Sodium cocoyl isethionate (and) cocamidopropyl betaine (and) decyl glucoside
(and) caprylyl/capryl glucoside
Both di-caffeoylquinic acid and caffeoylquinic acid glucoside
were identified with a precursor ion at m/z 515 (Table 1).