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n.1.(Chem.) A yellow crystalline substance (C10H6O3) resembling quinone, extracted from green shucks of the walnut (Juglans regia); - called also nucin. Chemically, it is 5-hydroxy-1,4-naphthalenedione.
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elegans in vivo against oxidative stress induced by the pro-oxidant juglone (a naphthoquinone from Juglans regia).
Juglone treatment resulted in the accumulation of pThr53 suggesting a role for Pin1 in regulating rDAT T53 phosphorylation and thereby its function.
The black walnut (Juglans nigra) produces the allelochemical juglone, which affects some species greatly while others not at all.
Allelopathic effects of juglone on germination and growth of several herbaceous and woody species.
Recent studies have shown that treatment of cells with pin1 inhibitor juglone delays the growth of various tumour cell lines (187), suggesting that inhibition of pin1 can be used as an approach for inhibiting tumour growth.
Juglone was extracted from Juglans mandshurica bark via vacuum-assisted steam stripping.
Black walnut (Juglans nigra) controls its territory with a chemical called juglone, exuded from its roots, leaves and nuts, which can kill most plants trying to grow in the surrounding soil.
If you've ever tried to grow tomatoes near black walnut, then you know the devastating effect the chemical juglone can have on certain plants.
Yet, hydrangea makes the list of plants resistant to juglone and, judging from the appearance of several scores of its pink mophead flowers, it is as though something in the walnut's chemistry actually stimulated this hydrangea's growth.
The NCI's use of SARs is illustrated by the review of juglone (CAS Registry No.
We have determined the effects of EGb761 on cellular apoptotic machinery following cellular insult with staurosporine or juglone on PC 12 cells, using assays of intracellular levels of free radicals, cytochrome c release, DNA microarray, and Bcl-2 western blotting.
Juglone is the black walnut's evolutionary means of protecting its territory and assuring the good sunlight necessary for its growth.