Sinigrin


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Sin´i`grin


n.1.(Chem.) A glucoside found in the seeds of black mustard (Brassica nigra, formerly Sinapis nigra) It resembles sinalbin, and consists of a potassium salt of myronic acid.
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Glucosinolates (progoitrin, sinigrin, and gluconapin) were confirmed by a Finnigan LCQ Deca XP plus Ion Trap Mass Spectrometer system (Thermo Finnigan, CA, USA) which confirmed by LC-ESIMS in positive mode.
Malpighiales: Euphorbiaceae) which is the natural food, and a synthetic meridic diet containing chickpea seeds and sinigrin as a phagostimulant.
Uda, "In vitro digestion of sinigrin and glucotropaeolin by single strains of Bifidobacterium and identification of the digestive products," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Developmental changes of sinigrin and glucoraphanin in three Brassica species (Brassica nigra, Brassica juncea and Brassica oleracea var.
Mustard's alluring pungency only develops when cold water is blended with the ground seed and a reaction occurs between the enzyme myrosin and the glycoside sinigrin, resulting in a sulfurous compound captured in the highly volatile (and hot-tasting) seed oil.
Two milliliters of boiling methanol solution (70% v/v) were added and 200 [micro]l of 20 mmol/internal standard solution of sinigrin (Indofine Chemical Company, USA) were added immediately.
Visual learning in assays of sinigrin as an oviposition releaser for the cabbage butterfly, Pieris rapae.
Glucosinolates are responsible for the characteristic hot taste of horseradish, wasabi, and mustard, (9) and two of the most abundant compounds in the horseradish root are sinigrin and gluconasturtiin.
stated that Pawpaw (Carica papaya) seeds yield 660-760mg (bactericidal a glycone of glucotropaeolin benzyl isothiocyanate), a glycoside, sinigrin, the enzyme myrosin, and carpasemine.
The black mustard produces most of its defense chemicals in the form of an amino acid called sinigrin.
Investigators have known for many years that sinigrin breakdown products kill cancer cells.