anethole


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anethole

(ˈænɪˌθəʊl) or

anethol

n
1. (Elements & Compounds) a white water-soluble crystalline substance with a liquorice-like odour, used as a flavouring and a sensitizer in the processing of colour photographs. Formula: CH3CH:CHC6H4OCH3
2. (Photography) a white water-soluble crystalline substance with a liquorice-like odour, used as a flavouring and a sensitizer in the processing of colour photographs. Formula: CH3CH:CHC6H4OCH3
[C19: from Latin anēthum dill, anise, from Greek anēthon]
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Anethole, a chemical component has structural resemblance with dopamine thus, exhibit dopamine like effects such as intestinal relaxation and infentile colic (Gurinder and Daljit, 2010).
Anti-inflammatory effects of anethole in lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury in mice.
In mammalian systems, anethole had demonstrable anti-carcinogenic, anti-oxidant, and anti-inflammatory activities (Al-Harbi et al.
Effects of AP39, a novel triphenylphosphonium derivatised anethole dithio lethione hydrogen sulfide donor, on rat haemodynamic parameters and chloride and calcium Cav3 and RyR2 channels.
I really enjoy a Sazerac with Dan Dan Noodles, which both contain a large amount of anethole, the main volatile compound in anise," he says.
The fruit contain higher bitter principle, tannins and essential oil (9-10%), consisting of anethole (85-90%), a-pinene, limone, b-phellandrene, a-terpineol, farnesol and safrol.
4 5 FENNEL'S sweet aniseed-like flavour comes from essential oils such as anethole, estragole and fenchone, all thought to have antiseptic properties.
Anethole, estragole, methylchavicol, apiin, apigenin, myristin, limonene, cineole, safranal, crocin, and picrocrocin (52).
Effects of AP39, a novel triphenylphosphonium derivatised anethole dithiolethione hydrogen sulfide donor, on rat haemodynamic parameters and chloride and calcium Cav3 and RyR2 channels," Nitric Oxide, vol.