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chro·mone

(krō'mōn),
Fundamental unit of various plant pigments and other substances.
See also: flavone, chromene, chroman.
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Synthesis of chromones by cyclization of 2-hydroxyphenyl ketones with boron trifluoride-diethyl ether and methanesulphonyl chloride.
1]-antihistamines, decongestants and local chromones, as well as immunotherapy.
Through the identification and purification of specific aloe chromones derived from aloe vera and other plant species, Unigen scientists have demonstrated the effectiveness of these chromones in inhibiting free radical and oxidative damage through the simultaneous suppression of free radical generation and production of Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS), which includes oxygen-related free radicals.
The ARIA guidelines also include a review of the therapeutic agents that are indicated for the treatment of allergic rhinitis, including oral and intranasal antihistamines, intranasal glucocorticosteroids, local chromones, oral and intranasal decongestants, intranasal anticholinergics, and antileukotrienes.
Xanthones and oxepino [2,3-b] chromones from three endophytic fungi.
The anthraquinones, anthrones and chromones are effective at counteracting various diseases [2, 10].
Phytochemical investigation of this plant revealed the presence of long-chain hydrocarbons, triglycerides, sterols, chromones, flavanoid, anthraquinones, sugar, diterpenoid, and triterpenoids from its leaves, flowers, seeds, pods, and fruits (Kuo 2002).
Chromones are suitable alternative controller agents
Chromones have limited value in the long-term management of asthma.