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Food Research International, ISSN 0963-9969, 10/2017, Volume 100, Issue Pt 3, pp. 375 - 384
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Phytotherapy Research, ISSN 0951-418X, 01/2016, Volume 30, Issue 1, pp. 78 - 83
Landolphia owariensis P. Beauv is economically important for latex/rubber and folklore medicine. Its stringy seed pulp is freely eaten by humans and animals.... 
phenolic acid | Landolphia owariensis | Chlorogenic acid | 3,4‐Dihydroxylbenzoic acid (Protocatechuic acid) | Sitosterol | 22,23‐Dihydrostigmaster‐3 | phytosterols | P. Beauv | Chlorogenic acid methyl ester | 3‐(3,4‐Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid | 3‐(3,4‐Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid methyl ester | ol | phenylpropanoids | (E)-3-(3,4-Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid methyl ester [(E)-Chlorogenic acid methyl ester] | 22,23-Dihydrostigmaster-3β-ol (3β-Sitosterol) | 3,4-Dihydroxylbenzoic acid (Protocatechuic acid) | Landolphia owariensis P. Beauv | (E)-3-(3,4-Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid [(E)-Chlorogenic acid] | 23-Dihydrostigmaster-3-ol (3-Sitosterol) | CHEMISTRY, MEDICINAL | 4-Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid methyl ester [(E)-Chlorogenic acid methyl ester] | PROTOCATECHUIC ACID | BEHAVIOR | BIOLOGICAL-ACTIVITIES | MECHANISMS | Beauv | Landolphia owariensis P | PROFILE | CHLOROGENIC ACID | 4-Dihydroxylcinnamoyl)quinic acid [(E)-Chlorogenic acid] | PHARMACOLOGY & PHARMACY | (E)-3- | 4-Dihydroxylbenzoic acid (Protocatechuic acid) | Plant Extracts - chemistry | Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry | Apocynaceae - chemistry | Phytosterols - chemistry | Phytosterols - isolation & purification | Quinic Acid - isolation & purification | Quinic Acid - chemistry | Sitosterols - isolation & purification | Chromatography, High Pressure Liquid | Hydroxybenzoates - isolation & purification | Chlorogenic Acid - analogs & derivatives | Chlorogenic Acid - isolation & purification | Hydroxybenzoates - chemistry | Sitosterols - chemistry | Seeds - chemistry | Chlorogenic Acid - chemistry | Chromatography | Phytosterols | Resveratrol | Index Medicus
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Food Chemistry, ISSN 0308-8146, 04/2019, Volume 278, pp. 692 - 699
Studies of 54 antioxidants revealed that 27 of them, mainly polyphenols, generated hydrogen peroxide (H O ) when added to Dulbecco’s modified Eagle’s medium... 
Autoxidation | Polyphenols | Tea | Ascorbic acid | Hydrogen peroxide | Antioxidant | p-Coumaric acid, CID: 637542 | Sodium succinate, CID: 9020 | Curcumin, CID: 969516 | Citric acid, CID: 311 | β-Carotene, CID: 5280489 | Apigenin, CID: 5280443 | Quercetin, CID: 5280343 | Rutin, CID: 5280805 | Sodium ascorbate, CID: 23667548 | Betanin, CID: 54600918 | trans-Ferulic acid, CID: 445858 | Gallic acid, CID: 370 | Trolox, CID: 40634 | Sinapic acid, CID: 637775 | Hesperetin, CID: 72281 | Gentisic acid, CID: 3469 | Naringenin, CID: 932 | tert-Buthylhydroquinone, CID: 16043 | (−)-Epigallocatechin, CID: 72277 | Daidzein, CID: 5281708 | L-Glutathione, CID: 124886 | Metformin hydrochloride, CID: 14219 | Morin, CID: 5281670 | Naringin, CID: 442428 | Aminoguanidine hydrochloride, CID: 2734687 | Hydrocinnamic acid (3-Phenylpropionic acid), CID: 107 | Melatonin, CID: 896 | Chlorogenic acid, CID: 1794427 | Propyl gallate, CID: 4947 | D-Isoascorbic acid, CID: 54675810 | Buthylhydroxyanizole, CID: 24667 | Glycitein, CID: 5317750 | Ethoxyquin, CID: 3293 | (−)-Epicatechin gallate, CID: 107905 | Pyrogallol, CID: 1057 | L-Ascorbic acid, CID: 54670067 | N-Acetylcysteine, CID: 12035 | trans-Resveratrol, CID: 445154 | L-methionine, CID: 6137 | D-pantothenic acid hemicalcium, CID: 11306073 | Hesperidin, CID: 10621 | L-cysteine, CID: 5862 | Vanillic acid, CID: 8468 | Pyruvic acid, CID: 1060 | (+)-Catechin, CID: 9064 | (−)-Epigallocatechin gallate, CID: 65064 | Caffeic acid, CID: 689043 | Oxaloacetic acid, CID: 970 | (−)-Epicatechin, CID: 72276 | Mangiferin, CID: 5281647 | Genistein, CID: 5280961 | 2,6-di-tert-Butyl-4-methylphenol, CID: 66609 | DEPENDENT GENERATION | OXIDATION | ASSAY | FOOD SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | MECHANISMS | ASCORBIC-ACID | GREEN TEA | QUERCETIN | NUTRITION & DIETETICS | CELL-CULTURE | CHEMISTRY, APPLIED | CYTOTOXICITY | Transition Elements - chemistry | Cell Survival - drug effects | Quercetin - chemistry | Antioxidants - chemistry | Oxidation-Reduction | Humans | Propyl Gallate - pharmacology | Hydrogen Peroxide - metabolism | Catalase - metabolism | Hydrogen Peroxide - chemistry | Propyl Gallate - chemistry | Quercetin - pharmacology | Polyphenols - chemistry | Tea - metabolism | Cell Line, Tumor | Catechin - analogs & derivatives | Catechin - pharmacology | Catechin - chemistry | Tea - chemistry | Index Medicus
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Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, ISSN 0022-5142, 08/2019, Volume 99, Issue 10, pp. 4842 - 4848
Changes in the metabolite composition of potato tubers during low-temperature storage can affect their nutritional value, susceptibility to bruising, and... 
folates | tyrosine | pyridoxal phosphate | vitamin C | chlorogenic acid | Phosphates | Tyrosine | Phenylalanine | Potatoes | Vitamin C | Phenols | Folic acid | Ascorbic acid | Statistical analysis | Blackspot | Chlorogenic acid | Bruising | Tubers | Organic chemistry | Storage | Acids | Temperature effects | Vitamin B | Food processing industry | Significance | Vitamin B6 | Low temperature
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