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Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

Synonyms for acid

any of various water-soluble compounds having a sour taste and capable of turning litmus red and reacting with a base to form a salt

being sour to the taste

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having the characteristics of an acid

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Non-obese type 2 diabetic rats (body weight 160-180 g) were treated with cinnamic acid or cinnamaldehyde and their blood glucose lowering effect was observed with an acute experiment.
Phenylpropanoid metabolism is defined as the sequence of reactions involved in the conversion of L- phenyl alanine to activated cinnamic acids (Hahlbrock and Grisebach, 1975).
Table 1 shows the basic information of the selected thirteen typical phenolcarboxylic acids and they were classified into three groups in terms of structure patterns: benzoic acid derivatives, cinnamic acid derivatives and their condensation products.
In the present study, we demonstrated that propolis cinnamic acid derivatives Artepilin C, Baccharin, and Drupanin induced apoptotic cell death through both extrinsic and intrinsic apoptosis signal transduction pathways when tested at their [IC.
In this way, we identified one derivate of cinnamic acid (2), four C-glycosylated flavonoids (3, 4, 6 and 7) and one C- diglycosylated flavonoid (9).
Detection was performed at 260, 278, 280 and 324 nm for galangin and chrysin, cinnamic acid, pinocembrin and methoxycinnamic acids, respectively.
Rosmarinic acid is a cinnamic acid derivative with potent antioxidant activity and known antiviral, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.
EPA, sensitivity [alpha]-lipoic acid, L-carnitine, 4-Hydroxy isoleucine (Fenugrek) EGCG, caffeic acid Serotonin Improves glucose tolerance, increases glucose uptake into cells EPA, curcumin Inflammation Since inflammation and glucose impairment are related Bioflavonoids, Ellagic Oxidative stress Since ROS are implicated acid, EGCG, Cinnamic acid in most of the derivatives, Carotenoids, metabolic disorders [alpha]-lipoic acid, vitamin C & E Garlic constituents, Blood lipid Since lipid profile and Guggul constituents glucose impairment are related Kaempferol, leucocyanidin, Aldose reductase Inhibition of polyol hesperidin, Apiin Pathway
Berberine, coptisine, jateorhizine, palmatine, cinnamaldehyde and cinnamic acid were taken as standard substances.
Pyrogallol and derivatives of benzoic and cinnamic acid have been found in the water extract of green parts of G.
In vitro studies have indicated that several phytochemicals (arecoline, berberine and cinnamic acid derivatives) synergistically interact with two commercial OHDs (thiazolidinedione (THZ) and metformin) and enhances the glucose uptake by 16 myotubes and 313-L1 adipocytes (Prabhakar and Doble 2009, 2011a.
Press juice was extracted by solid-phase extraction to separate polar compounds such as flavonoids and cinnamic acid derivatives (Erni, 2006).
pinnatum as the one used in the present study (Erni 2006), revealed the presence of flavonoids, cinnamic acid derivatives and bufadienolides (ca.
Propolis is a bee product that contains phenolic substances including cinnamic acid derivatives and some flavonoids ( Marcucci et al.
Phenylalanine is catalytically deaminated to cinnamic acid and then cinnamic acid is converted to various polyphenols, which share a definitive structural component: a phenol or an aromatic ring with at least one hydroxyl group.