Indoles


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In´do`les


n.1.Natural disposition; natural quality or abilities.
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4] and protein is the precursor for SCFA, branched chain fatty acid (BCFA), phenols, indoles, sulfur, ammonia and amine (Jensen and Jorgensen, 1994).
The essential amino acid tryptophan has been hypothesized to be the ultimate precursor for indole production, in which tryptophanase enzymes act on tryptophan to produce indoles (Verhecken 1989, Naegel & Alvarez 2005, Westley et al.
The second part strategically applies the intramolecular diamination of indoles to synthesize naturally occurring dimeric indole alkaloids.
Alyssa recommends cutting down your alcohol intake and eating broccoli, cabbage, brussels sprouts and greens as they contain indoles - believed to aid the body in reducing oestrogen levels.
The results indicate that plant indoles have beneficial effects on lipid synthesis that could contribute to their potential cardioprotective effect.
Indoles are among the most scrutinized structures in pharmaceutical chemistry: they're kind of like skeleton keys in that they can bind to a whole host of biochemical receptors.
Kennedy said that dark leafy vegetables are a top choice as they are rich in phytonutrients called indoles, which stimulate liver detoxification and help fight cancer.
What they contain: Carotenoids called lutein and zeaxanthin, phytochemicals such as indoles and glucosinolates and nutrients such as betacarotene, vitamin K, iron, potassium and calcium.
GREEN vegetables can include sulforaphane, indoles, and/or lutein, which help battle cancer and improve eye health.
693) note that this approach does not account for antagonistic behavior of ortho-substituted PCBs or the agonistic or antagonistic behavior and toxicity of non-chlorinated AhR ligands such as polyaromatic hydrocarbons, indoles, and flavonoids.
EXAMPLES Acorn squash Apricot Avocado Collard greens Cantaloupe Carrot Corn Cucumber Egg yolks Mango Nectarine Greens Green beans Orange Papaya Peach Green peas Green bell Pineapple Pumpkin peppers HoneydewKiwi Sweet potato Spinach Swiss chard Tangerine Yellow Zucchini with skin grapefruit COLOR Green White PHYTOCHEMICAL Indoles Allicin ACTION Protects against Antitumor several forms of properties cancer, especially estrogen-dependant cancers EXAMPLES Broccoli Brussels Garlic Onions sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Kale Swiss chard
Voafinidine and voalenine, a novel indoles of the aspidosperma alkaloids from Tabernaemontana.