The major peak-to-peak mass increments observed were 133, 227, 297, 315 to 319, 429, and 445 Da, corresponding to resorcinol, stilbene
type, fisetinidin, catechin, fisetinidin-resorcinol, and catechinresorcinol repeating units.
Popular Science has recognised Inrad Optics' (OTC Bulletin Board: INRD) stilbene
crystals with the 2015 Best of What's New Award.
extracts obtained from the plant has been shown to exert a protective effect on ovariectomy-induced bone loss in rats (Zheng et al.
savings arising out of in-house Diamino Stilbene
Disulfonic Acid (DASDA) manufacturing unit and the likely benefits from the proposed captive power plant.
Fluorescence and relative activities of stilbene
optical brighteners as enhancers for the Gypsy moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) Baculovirus.
Miljanic, S, Frkanec, L, Meic, Z, "Photoinduced Gelation by Stilbene
Oxalyl Amide Compounds.
Induced resistance to plant pathogens has been demonstrated in grapes and this resistance has been related to stilbene
phytoalexins, such as resveratrol, pterostilbene, a-viniferin and g-viniferin .
Red wine contains a complex mixture of bioactive compounds, including flavonols, monomeric and polymeric flavan-3-ols, highly coloured anthocyanins, as well as phenolic acids and the stilbene
Additionally, administration of trans-resveratrol was demonstrated to result in a reduction in both LDL and triglycerides, as well as a 7% increase in HDL, which is in agreement with other studies demonstrating the hypolipidemic properties of this stilbene
likes to lodge in a cozy hollow within the antibody's structure.
prohibiting the marketing of "stilbenes
Since the discovery in red wine of the powerful stilbene
aromatic resveratrol, a glass of vino has gone from being an indulgence to something many experts recommend for better health.