silymarin

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silymarin

(səˈlaɪmərɪn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) an antioxidant flavonoid found in milk thistle
[C20: from the genus name Silybum]
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silymarin

n silimarina
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Silymarin comprises a number of flavonolignans, including silibinin (silybin A and silybin B).
Silibinin, given orally from the milk thistle plant, significantly suppressed tumor volume in a TNBC mice model.
Plasma lipoproteins in transport of silibinin, an antioxidant flavonolignan from Silybum marianum, Phytother Res, 17: 524-530.
Inhibitory effects of silibinin on cytochrome P-450 enzymes in human liver microsomes.
Silybin (Figure 3) is the principal component of silymarin, sometimes referred to as silibinin.
Colon cancer chemopreventive efficacy of silibinin through perturbation of xenobiotic metabolizing enzymes in experimental rats.
Inhibition of Kupffer cell functions as an explanation for the hepatoprotective properties of silibinin.
ISLAMABAD -- Silibinin, an extract from the milk thistle, protects against skin cancer and aging caused by ultraviolet (UV) radiation, especially for those who are fond of tanning, says a new study.
He was seen by a local physician and was found to have abnormal liver function tests and was treated with sparfloxacin and silibinin.
There are some promising reports with triple therapy using interferon, ribavirin, plus nitazoxanide "an anti-protozoal drug" or triple therapy with interferon, ribavirin, plus one of the protease inhibitors such as Telaprevir or Boceprevir; and or the addition of the antiviral agent Silibinin.
Washington, Nov 16 (ANI): An Indian origin scientist has suggested that silibinin, a major component of milk thistle, may be a promising therapeutic compound in the treatment of lung cancer.
Silibinin protects against isoproterenol-induced rat cardiac myocyte injury through mitochondrial pathway after up-regulation of SIRT1.