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ajoene

An unsaturated disulfide found in garlic (Allium sativa) oil, which is formed from allicin in a 4:1 ratio.
Properties linked to ajoene Antioxidant, antithrombotic, antiplatelet activity, cholesterol reduction, and reduced risk of heart attack and strokes. It is said to have broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity. It inhibits tumour growth, acting on the microtubule cytoskeleton, and has antileukaemic properties.
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Ajoene, a sulphurous compound found in the pungent veg, has been identified as a weapon against bacteria.
In this time, the researchers have demonstrated that the sulphurous compound ajoene, which is found in garlic, is able to inhibit bacteria.
Ajoene, an active sulphurous compound found in the pungent vegetable, when combined with antibiotics helps break down a bacteria's defenses.
It's because the trusty bulb contains the germ-fighting chemicals allicin and ajoene.
quercetin Garlic Aliin, allicin, diallyl Fever, pulmonary trisulfide, S-allyl infections, cysteine, ajoene S-allyl rheumatism, mercapto cysteine hypoglycemic, purgative.
9 The extracts of garlic contain various biologically active compounds such as alliin, allicin, ally methanethiosulfinate, ajoene, diallyl disulfide, diallyl trisulfide, and S-allyl cysteine.
The anti-clotting properties of ajoene found in garlic help in preventing the formation of blood clots in the body.
Allicin has a short half-life and it is disintegrated to other compounds such as diallyl sulfide, disulfides, trisulfides, and ajoene [41].
Estudio de la susceptibilidad in vitro de aislados de Microsporum canis al ajoene, terbinafina y griseofulvina, utilizando el metodo de microdilucion.
In garlic, there are at least 100 bioactive volatile sulfur compounds and nonvolatile with medicinal valuesthat contribute toits pharmacological uses, some bioactive components of garlic include S-allylcysteine, saponins, ajoene, and flavonoid phenolic compounds [10].
It contains a variety of organosulfur compounds such as allicin, ajoene, S allylcysteine, diallyl disulfide, S-methylcysteine sulfoxide and S-allylcysteine (Chi et al.