glycoside


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a group of compounds derived from monosaccharides

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There are many phytochemical studies on Heracleum species that mainly focused on furanocoumarins (8,9) and furanocoumarin glycosides, (10,11) together with alkaloids, (12) polyacetylenes, (13) and flavonoids.
This finding was consistent with previous reports, with symptoms typically starting 4-6 hours after ingesting a meal, as the cyanide is released upon digestion of the cyanogenic glycosides (6).
Cargill and Royal DSM have partnered in a new joint venture, Avansya, to produce highly sought-after, sweet-tasting molecules, such as steviol glycosides Reb M and Reb D through fermentation, giving food and beverage manufacturers a scalable, sustainable, and low cost-in-use solution.
Meanwhile, products using purely coconut sap sugar and purely steviol glycosides were exempt from the excise tax, as long as these 'comply with specifications as stated in the Philippine National Standard/Bureau of Agricultural and Fisheries Products Standards 76:2010 ICS 67.180 or latest updated standards' in the case of coconut sap sugar, the BIR said.
Bone quality of the tibia was affected and tibia length, the weight were lower when the birds did not receive vitamin [D.sub.3] in the diet and the single source of vitamin D was the metabolite 1,25[(OH).sub.2][D.sub.3] glycoside. Additionally; although, weight/length ratio had not been affected the breaking strength of the bones was lower in those birds, which could be related to the smaller mineral matter of their bones.
The researchers were particularly interested in determining whether glycoside salidroside could improve memory and emotional behavior in mice who participated in exercises designed to generate fear, depression, and anxiety.
Other glycosides, like Reb D and Reb M, are less concentrated but sweeter, and are starting to appear on the market with labels spotlighting the specific extract.
Product ion spectra and fragmentation pathway of CQA glycoside positional isomers: (d) 3-0-(4'-0caffeoyl glucosyl) quinic acid and (e) 4-0-(4'-0-caffeoyl glucosyl) quinic acid detected in Moringa oleifera plant extracts.
Sweet-tasting parts of the stevia leaf are called steviol glycosides. They are 200x to 350x sweeter than sugar, so a little goes a long way — and not just for food and beverage products but also for the environment.
Under special conditions, glycosidases can catalyze a glycoside bond formation, giving rise to the corresponding glycosidic compounds.
The freshly harvested bamboo shoot are creamy yellow in colour with pungent smell and bitter taste, due to the presence cyanogenic glycoside, named taxiphyllin which is toxic in nature (4).
Modifications of ISCOMATRIX by Holothurian Triterpene Glycosides. Due to the main adjuvant function of Quil A in ISCOMATRIX, the next stage of modification consisted in the substitution of Quil A for triterpene glycoside from holothurian to enhance adjuvant activity of immunostimulating complexes.
In order to verify whether steviol glycoside was able to induce an upregulation of these antioxidant enzymes also at the transcriptional level, fibroblasts treated with 1 mg/mL of R97, R60, SG, or TRU for 24 h were lysed and analyzed for SOD1 and CAT cytosolic mRNA content by reverse tran scriptase-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR).
Zhou, "A new flavone glycoside from Selaginella moellendorffii Hieron," Chinese Chemical Letters, vol.