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a group of compounds derived from monosaccharides

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An experiment with mice showed that fermentation converts glycones into the corresponding aglycones, which are absorbed more readily and efficiently (Kishida et al.
Absorption and metabolism of glycosidic sweeteners of stevia mixture and their aglycone, steviol, in rats and humans.
onions), such as quercetin glucoside, quercetin galactoside, or quercetin arabinoside, are deglycosylated to quercetin aglycone prior to passive absorption in the small intestine [6].
The typical steroidal saponin molecule has an aglycone or non-saccharide portion (sapogenin) attached to one or more sugar chains containing glucose, galactose, xylose, arabinose, rhamnose or glucuronic acid (HOSTETTMANN & MARSTON, 1995; WINA et al.
Flavonoids are a large group of polyphenolic compounds, numerous studies have revealed that the flavonoids stem from their aglycones (Hendrich 2002; Kawakami et al.
In third step it shows the continuous loss regarded as the loss due to degradation of aglycone and sugar part to give complete decomposition around 460 C.
Wines made from the hybrid grapes were characterized by a relatively higher concentration of glycosides; wines from 'Shiraz' and 'Cabernet Sauvignon', in turn, contained more flavonol aglycones (Table 1).
The drugs trial aims to find out whether high doses of the treatment Genistein Aglycone is effective in people with Sanfilippo disease.
Antioxidant activities of the flaxseed lignan secoisolariciresinol diglucoside, its aglycone secoisolariciresinol and the mammalian lignans enterodiol and enterolactone in vitro.
Steviol (13-hydroxy-ent-kaurenoic acid) is the metabolic aglycone product of stevioside, a common constituent in the plant Stevia rebaudiana.
Certain differences may be seen in A2, such as in the antibiotic's aglycone, in the stereochemistry variations of the hydroxyl groups which lack a hydroxyl in carbon 10 of the macro cycle, and in the carbonyl position in carbon 15.
They are characterized by the number of sugar chains attached to the triterpene or steroid aglycone backbone, also called sapogenin.
80 relative to the corresponding positions in apigenin (Markham 1982) indicated the attachment of the glucose residue to C-7 of the aglycone.
Sutovsky also draws attention to the fact that Solbar's products contain high levels of genistin and genistein in a glycoside conjugate to aglycone ratio that matches the profile of isoflavones as they naturally occur in the soybean.
Liquiritigenin, an aglycone of liquiritin in Glycyrrhizae radix, prevents acute liver injuries in rats induced by acetaminophen with or without buthionine sulfoximine.