luteolin


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luteolin

(ˈluːtɪəlɪn)
n
(Botany) a yellow crystalline compound found, in the form of its glycoside, in many plants. Formula: C15H10O6
[C19: via French from New Latin reseda lūteola, dyer's rocket, from which this substance is obtained; lūteola from Latin lūteus yellow]
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Luteolin has anti-inflammatory properties, and a study published last year in PLoS One found that luteolin could help provide relief for people suffering from psoriasis and other inflammatory skin diseases.
Chief among these is cynaropicrin, (31) along with luteolin, cynaroside, and chlorogenic acid.
Flavonoids--Apigenin, luteolin and kaempferol and their glycosides.
Steam distilled carrot seed oil typically contains significant amounts of the sesquiterpene alcohol carotol (<67%) and the monoterpenoid ester geranyl acetate (<25%) (Figure 3), with highly variable amounts of the monoterpenoids alpha-pinene (2-25%), sabinene (<32%) and linalool (<6%), and of the sesquiterpenoids P-bisabolene (<16%) and daucol (<10%) (13,14,15,16) Three flavones, luteolin, luteolin 3'-O-P-D-glucopyranoside and luteolin 4'-O-P-D-glucopyranoside have been isolated from a methanol extract of carrot seed.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Celery, artichokes, and herbs, especially Mexican oregano, all contain apigenin and luteolin, flavonoids that kill human pancreatic cancer cells in the lab by inhibiting an important enzyme, according to two new University of Illinois studies.
Celery is full of apigenin and luteolin - flavonoids that wipe out the diseased cells.
Washington, August 16 ( ANI ): Celery, artichokes, and herbs, Mexican oregano, have apigenin and luteolin, flavonoids in them which help kill human pancreatic cancer cells by inhibiting an important enzyme, according to two studies.
Natural aromatase inhibitors include the bioflavonoids chrysin and luteolin, although it is important to note that studies appear to be more favorable for topical, rather than oral, chrysin.
The main chemical constituents of three different fractions (methanol, 80% aqueous ethanol and water) obtained from an essential oil-free infusion of extracts of Cymbopogon citratus leaves includes: Tannins, phenolic acids (caffeic and p-coumaric acid derivatives) and flavone glycosides (apigenin and luteolin derivatives) (16).
Upon acid hydrolysis compound II gave luteolin in the lipophilic layer and glucose in the hydrophilic layer.