flavanone


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fla·va·none

 (flā′və-nōn′)
n.
1. A colorless crystalline tricyclic compound, C15H12O2.
2. Any of various colorless to pale yellow derivatives of this compound, found especially in citrus fruits, and often occurring as glycosides.

flavanone

(ˈfleɪvəˌnəʊn)
n
a chemical compound, C15H12O2, derived from flavone
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Sophora flavanone G from Sophora alopecuroides inhibits lipopolysaccharide-induced inflammation in RAW264.
The citrus flavanone naringenin shows promise as a preventive agent against cutaneous aging as well as carcinogenesis.
The researchers did find direct associations between dietary flavone intake and fecal levels of Blautia, flavanone intake and Lactobacillus, and dihydrochalcone intake and Bifidobacterium levels in the SLE group but not in the control.
Among the 2-oxoglutaric acid-dependent dioxygenase genes involved in the pathway, flavanone 3-hydroxylase gene (F3H) and anthocyanidin synthase gene (ANS) had the highest levels of expression, suggesting that the loss of red color might be the reason of the synergistic inhibitory effect of these enzymes especially F3H and ANS in response to Pro-Ca.
Pro-Ca also blocks flavanone 3-hydroxylase, thereby inducing a completely new spectrum of flavonoids and other phenolic plant constituents (Rademacher, 2000).
Hesperidin (HDN) is a flavanone glycoside abundantly found in sweet orange and lemon and is an inexpensive by-product of citrus cultivation (Manach et al.
The grapefruit flavanone naringin protects against the radiation-induced genomic instability in the mice bone marrow: a micronucleus study.
Synthesis and biological activity of flavanone derivatives.
13) Another study demonstrated that hesperetin, which is classified in flavanone subgroup and is largely specific to citrus fruits, ameliorated the suppression of osteogenesis caused by high glucose in stem cells obtained from periodontal ligaments (as assessed via the measurement of ALP activity).
Bioavailability of C-linked dihydrochalcone and flavanone glucosides in humans following ingestion of unfermented and fermented rooibos teas.