daidzein


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daidzein

(ˈdeɪdziːn)
n
an antioxidant and type of isoflavone found in soy products
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The most common chemical combinations included pairs of metals (such as lead and cadmium, and thallium and cesium), a trio of phytoestrogens associated with soy consumption (genistein, daidzein, and O-desmethylangolensin, a metabolite of daidzein), polyaromatic hydrocarbon metabolites, parabens, and caffeine.
in cultured skin fibroblasts and nude mouse skin indicated that daidzein treatment appears to increase skin collagen production and suppress collagen degradation.
All active ingredients [Baicalin, Liquiritin, Indigotin, Indirubin, Sitosterol, Chlorogenic acid, Matrine, Daidzein, Betaine, Oleanolic acid, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Folate] were suspended in DMSO and diluted to final concentration 25 umol L-1 in DMEM without FBS and antibiotics as the ligand supplemented media.
puerarin, daidzein and genistein which have power to cure a number of ailments.
Concentrations of genistein & daidzein increased following soy isoflavone consumption.
Due to their structural similarity with estrogen, several flavonoids, including genistein and daidzein, also interact with the estrogen receptor to mediate their activity and thereby act as weak or moderate phytoestrogens (Galeati et al.
sup][10],[11] A food frequency questionnaire used in the Japan Collaborative Cohort Study (JACC Study) for the evaluation of cancer risk sponsored by the Ministry of Education, Science, Sports and Culture of Japan (Monbusho) in 2005 showed that serum levels of genistein and daidzein are significantly associated with the dietary intake of tofu, and slightly associated with the intake of miso soup while the consumption of fat, meat, and coffee may be associated with equol production from genistein and daidzein by intestinal microflora in this sample set.
Calibration curves were obtained using external standards for daidzin, daidzein, genistin, genistein, glycitin, glycitein, malonyl daidzin, malonyl genistin, malonyl glycitin, acetyl daidzin, acetyl genistin and acetyl glycitin dissolved in methanol (chromatographic grade) at the following concentrations: 6.
Genistein, daidzein and glycitein are major isoflavones in soy products that comprise, respectively, 50, 40 and 10% of the total soybean isoflavone profile (7).
It reported an inverse relationship between highest daidzein consumption (9.